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Watch “Even Santa Poops,” PooPourri’s Hilariously Punny Christmas Video

It's The Ghost Of Christmas Ass

You gotta go when you gotta go, even if you’re Santa Claus. And this year, St. Nick got caught with his pants down. PooPourri, a pre-poo spray that helps eliminate stinky odors, has come up with a clever, hilarious Christmas video to let everybody know that no matter who you are or where you find yourself when nature calls, you should be armed and ready to drop a deuce, or in Santa’s case, “to make your dingleberries smell like jingle-berries.” Check out the video to watch two little girls chastise Santa for making their house smell like “a gingerbread manslaughter.”

25 Everyday Things You Can’t Do After You’ve Painted Your Nails

We’ve all been there: it’s Sunday morning and that new Essie nail color is calling your name. You decide to paint your nails, completely forgetting that for an extended period of time after your mani, you’re unable to do a damn thing except sit still with your fingers stretched out in front of you like you’re a frightened baby animal. Even the most simple everyday tasks are impossible. Just gave yourself a fresh coat of “Ballet Slipper” pink? Do not attempt to do any of these common things. Keep reading »

Princeton Mom Calls Rape A “Learning Experience,” Says Victims Should Just Ask Their Rapists To Leave

Princeton Mom Calls Rape A "Learning Experience," Says Victims Should Just Ask Their Rapists To Leave
Warning: This Will Make You Want To Throw Things

I’m generally in a happy mood on most Fridays, but I am on the verge of throwing my laptop at the wall this morning after watching Princeton Mom‘s latest bullshit-spewing interview about her thoughts on acquaintance rape.

Susan Patton, dubbed Princeton Mom for her degree from the esteemed University and, quite frankly, weird obsession with it, has become infamous for her “alternative” views on gender and relationship issues, including her idea that date rape isn’t real. So when CNN did a segment on campus rape yesterday, they, for some reason unbeknownst to every human in America, chose to bring on Princeton Mom as their guest. The interview was held for 10 minutes and 32 seconds, and it was 10 minutes and 32 seconds of some of the most ignorant, generalized statements I’ve ever heard in my life. Amidst her claims that she is a “sympathetic ear,” Patton managed to have this mind-numbing conversation with CNN host Carol Costello about rape on campus. Keep reading »

Real Couples Play “Sexy Charades,” Try To Act Out Sex Positions Based On Their Hilarious Names

Real Couples Play "Sexy Charades," Try To Act Out Sex Positions Based On Their Hilarious Names
This One's Called 'Intermediate Swimming Lesson'

I think I just found a new game that I want to bring to every party I will attend for the rest of my life. The Cut has come up with “Sexy Charades,” a game in which real couples are asked to act out a sex position based on its name, and its name only. As I’m sure you know, some positions these days are given…um, unique names. Take, for example, One Sausage Wrapped To Go, or The Intermediate Swimming Lesson. The Cut producers used the “Position Of The Day” card deck by the editors of Nerve.com as their guide, and let the games begin! So how did their test couples do getting into position? Watch the video above to find out! [Happy Place]

Gift Guide: For The Person Who’s Always Cold

No matter who you are and where you live, you’re bound to know someone who’s always cold. You know… that person who wears wool sweaters in 80-degree weather, whose hands and lips turn blue when there’s a slight spring breeze. It’s time to help them with their struggle. We’ve compiled a list of cozy and warm items to gift your chronically freezing friend. Check ‘em out.

Oh Come On: Best Buy Tweets About “Serial,” Instantly Gets Crap For It

Oh Come On: Best Buy Tweets About "Serial," Instantly Gets Crap For It

It wasn’t the first time, and it won’t be the last, that a brand posts something on social media and instantly regrets it.

For those of you who’ve been listening to the popular “Serial” podcast, about the real-life murder of Hae Min Lee in 1999, you’re aware that there’s an ongoing deliberation about where the crime was committed. One report claims the high school student was strangled in the Best Buy parking lot, before her accused killer used a pay phone at the entrance of the store to make his “she’s dead, come and get me” call to a friend. Keep reading »

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