There are few things in the world that bring me more joy than watching Britney Spears poorly act and lip-sync in the 2002 chick flick “Crossroads.” It’s going to be a cold, cold winter, which is why I’m even more grateful that the awesomely horrible movies is one of the newest offerings on Netflix, in good company with fellow trainwrecks “Sharknado 2″ and “Jewtopia.” If you can’t find me this month, it’s because I will be curled up in my electric blanket watching Britney whine “I Love Rock & Roll” in a highway pitstop divebar.
To uphold my civil duty in assisting with your winter programming, check out the new movies and TV shows available on Netflix this month after the jump. What will YOU be watching? Keep reading »
Not sure what to get for that hard-to-buy person on your holiday list? T.J. Maxx and Marshalls are making shopping easier this year by bringing back their Holiday Gift Hotline, with famous gifting experts as their operators! Pretty cool, huh?
According to a survey by T.J. Maxx and Marshalls, parents, colleagues, men, teenagers and hosts/hostesses are the hardest types of people to shop for, with parents receiving the most un-inventive holiday gifts. To help out consumers who need some guidance, they’ve tapped experts in those five categories to provide personalized gifting consultations free of charge. Keep reading »
I love Christmas, but I loathe the mall at Christmastime. From assholes who steal parking spaces to children running wild and wailing around Santaland, here are 17 reasons we try to avoid the mall at all costs in December. Or, in other words, why I believe in drunk Christmas shopping (in GIFs!) Keep reading »
There are so many important issues going on in the world today, which is why it pains me to report that some people in Poland are up in arms about the sexual habits of one beloved Winnie The Pooh.
Local counselors in the town of Tuszyn, Poland have been tasked with assigning a public face to a new local playground, when someone suggested Winnie The Pooh. The character was rejected by officials after being deemed “horribly inappropriate for children.” Um … come again? Keep reading »
It’s almost Thanksgiving, which means it’s time to show some gratitude for the blessings in our lives. Rebecca shared hers yesterday, Claire went this morning, and now here’s Katie!
In true Thanksgiving spirit, it’s time again to reflect upon my year, my life and the things I’m most thankful for. Some obvious blessings made my list, along with some more timely things I’m thankful for, but every single one has in some way, made my life happier, easier or fuller this year. Without further ado, here are 10 things I’ll be thinking of while I chow down on turkey this Thursday. Keep reading »
Remember BBC Radio 1 Radio reporter Chris Stark, who famously (and awkwardly) interviewed Mila Kunis a while back? Well, now he’s back, this time interviewing Jennifer Aniston about her upcoming film “Horrible Bosses 2“.
Unbeknownst to Chris, his boss Scott Mills wanted to play a little prank on him, so he spoke to Jennifer before the interview and asked her to make the interview as awkward as possible. Aside from acting horribly offended by some of the questions she was asked, she managed not to break character by remaining stone-faced the entire time, and Chris looks downright MORTIFIED. Keep reading »