Last night's Golden Globes were certainly filled with some memorable moments. The Tommy Lee Jones death stare, Taylor Swift's disapproving face, Adele's delightful acceptance speech. But today most people are talking about Jodie Foster's sort of rambling acceptance speech for the Cecil B DeMille lifetime achievement award.
Wow. This lady is going to have to attribute this to sheer panic, because this is just about the most unhip 'Wheel of Fortune' blunder ever. It's one thing to make a mistake. It's an entirely different thing to think 'I Have the Wine' is a song by Johnny Cash
Holy cow, it's a dog that can drive! Sort of. Granted, we've seen dogs driving actual cars before, but this one is an enormous dog in a tiny Power Wheels. Plus he has no idea how to steer. The technical skill may not be as impressive as those w
Songwriter/producer Patrice Wilson has really outdone himself this time. 'Skip Rope' by Tweenchronic is maybe not as annoying as last year's 'It's Thanksgiving,' but it's definitely crazier. (Also, Patrice Wilson put on a giant chicken costume for that one.)
Here's a little gem from the TruTv reality show 'Principal's Office.' We aren't really sure how the principal thought it was going to go when he brought in two student "leaders" to ask them for help solving the school's "grinding" problem, but this seems about right.
Hey, did you hear the good news? We managed to avoid soaring headlong off the fiscal cliff yesterday. Granted, the House pulled the plug on a bill providing emergency aid to people whose lives were destroyed by Superstorm Sandy to do it. But they did it. Hooray!(?)
This guy's Dad Level = Outer space. With some donated old electronics and a master control board found in a TV station's dumpster, he built his son a spaceship. Then Redditor JeremiahGordon shared his results with the world. We must admit, we're pretty impressed. Take a look!
Well, the year is nearly over, so let's look back and hate on it a little bit. So many, many things were annoying this year. People starting saying "cray-cray" all the time, and for some reason they also all decided it was okay to waggle their chewed up gum halfway out of their mouths on the train. It's not. It's never okay.
This is happening right now on the internet. 'Pickles,' a song by Irish (by way of Russia and Israel) artist Yasha is blowing up. It's not very good, but it's gotten more than eight million views in the past six days
Jonathan Mann has written a song a day every day for almost 1,300 days. Seriously. A lot of them are very silly, but he and his girlfriend broke up yesterday, and they did a song about that. It is maybe the best breakup song ever written, because of its sincerity, maturity and plea for friends to still invite both of them to the same parties.
We've never seen 'Shark Tank,' because it doesn't feature animals or hillbillies, but we already know it will never be as good in real life as it is in this video. It's a mash-up of 'Shark Tank' and that episode of 'Saved by the Bell' when Zack Morris pitches his friendship bracelet business idea
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