We received a ton of photo entries from Frisky fans eager to make over a space in their home and gunning for a $300 gift card to HomeGoods, but unfortunately only one lucky dreamer could win! So, without further ado, the winner of The Frisky’s Style My Space Photo Sweepstakes goes to… Keep reading »
I hate running with a fiery passion. But thanks to one genius woman who has turned her exercise misery into something inappropriate, I am now inspired to lace up my old sneakers and sprint my little heart out. There’s nothing like hitting the pavement knowing that the calories you’re burning will eventually form a dick pic.
New national treasure, San Francisco’s Claire Wyckoff, has been using satellite-enabled exercise tracking technology from Nike+ to run courses and paths around the city that form penises. We’re talking big ones, small ones, long ones, fat ones, everything. But per her Running Drawing Tumblr page, Claire doesn’t limit herself to just dicks— she also recently drew an extended middle finger and a stripper on a pole, for example. Basically, she’s the new Picasso. Keep reading »
In my day, I’ve come across many children I want to snatch up and keep for myself, and Noah Ritter has now made his way to the top of my list (sorry, Blue Ivy, you’ve been bumped). The five-year-old was visiting a local fair when WNEP gave him the chance to talk on live television about one of the rides, but he had an agenda of his own. Needless to say, he completely stole the show. Noah may only be in kindergarten, but he’s “apparently” already found his favorite word. He’s also apparently the cutest, funniest kid ever and I can only hope my offspring are as awesome as he is.
I think Coke’s #ShareACoke campaign is stupid. Just think of how many germs you’re spreading by sharing your soda with someone just because it says their name on the can. I’m not drinking my “Katie” Coke and then offering it to some other random chick named Katie just because we share the same name, nor would I be accepting one. What if Other Katie has herpes or something?! No, thank you.
Anyway, the McGillicuddys have come up with a ridiculously clever way to use the #ShareACoke campaign to announce they’re expecting. I’ve seen a lot of clever pregnancy and birth announcements in my day— a Taylor Swift-inspired announcement, a hip-hop announcement and a time lapse video of a pregnant belly, to name a few— but this one takes the cake. See how the couple used the soda’s social campaign to reign supreme in the pregnancy announcement world (and also why they should probably get free Coke for the rest of their lives.)
Earlier this week, someone posted a photo to Reddit with the caption “My friend’s son looks like Jay Z.” That sentence is the understatement of the century.
This kid can’t be more than, like, four-years-old and he looks more like Jay Z than Jay Z looks like Jay Z. I know Blue Ivy doesn’t have a brother THAT WE KNOW OF, but this child is a spitting image of Hov, am I right? Now we just need a little Beyoncé doppelganger, some divorce lawyers on hand, and we have the future On The Run (Again) Tour all figured out.
First and foremost, I will start by saying that I love horror films, ghost stories and any excuse to scare the bejesus out of myself. I commonly find myself locking all doors and windows before I go to bed, checking under my bed for serial killers and half-expecting to find Norman Bates behind my shower curtain. With that said, this story about a local news crew who was harassed by demons while visiting a local haunted home has “oh hell no” written all over it. Scary stories are fine and dandy when they’re in the movies, but as soon as my own home turns into the Devil’s playground, I am out. Not so much for these people… Keep reading »