Do you like the thrill of the open water? Enjoy the luxuries of cruising on the open seas? Love living in fear for your life? Then perhaps the Carnival Cruise Lines “Saw” cruise is for you?
Yes, after the spate of music-themed cruises (Weezer cruise, anyone?), the marketing geniuses over at Carnival have come up with a “Saw”-themed cruise. “During this amazing cruise, you will be able to party with the “SAW” Stars and meet other fans who love “SAW” just like you!” announces the press release. “You will attend fantastic pool and dance parties, question and answer sessions and many special events.”
Presumably those “special events” will include murder and torture porn. But will Jigsaw be there? That’s what we really want to know. [Slash Film]
While we will most likely never see “American Pie: Reunion” — not even in a so-bad-it’s-good way — we have been impressed by the international press blitz the film’s been on, promoting itself around the globe. Because apparently, gross-out humor is universal. Here, Mena Suvari looks smashing in a slightly conservative magenta and black cocktail dress. Conservative? Does she know what movie she’s in?
Double Take, the dynamic duo who recorded “Hot Problems,” the song that threatens to overtake Rebecca Black’s “Friday” for the title of worst song ever, appeared on “Good Morning America” today to discuss their sudden fame and terrible singing. It seems the pair knew they really couldn’t sing, which is why they chose to simply “talk” the lyrics instead. The girls insist they meant the song as a joke, but we’re not quite convinced. [ABC News]
At Burger King, you can “have it your way.” And one Japanese guy really took that to heart, by customizing his burger with more than 1,000 pieces of bacon. My very special next boyfriend candidate likes bacon so much that he had the fryolater workers at his fave fast food joint add 1,050 slabs to his sandwich, rendering it absolutely impossible to actually shove in one’s mouth. Not that he didn’t try. Which is what I actually admire in him — his sandwich fortitude, or sandwichatude, if you will. It warms my cold vegan heart. [Huffington Post]
Rashida Jones was on “The Today Show” the other day to talk up the return of “Parks and Rec” (yay!) and she wore this cute and casual shorts ensemble. We like the unique printed blouse and the turquoise shorts, and think this is a perfect spring look if you work in a casual office. Check out how we stole her style after the jump.
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This hilarious note was photographed by my brother in the basement of his apartment building. It seems they’ve been having a raccoon problem there, and the management’s solution is to simply gently knock and acquiesce the use of the washers and dryers over to the raccoons. Please, step away calmly.