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The 7 Dumbest Marriage Proposals Of All Time

Your engagement story is supposed to make people swoon, not cringe. But these real people who really screwed up obviously didn’t get that memo…

1. Hot Air Balloon Fail: London floor-fitter Lefkos Hajji concealed a $10,000 engagement ring inside a helium balloon, thinking she’d pop the balloon — and he’d pop the question. But as he left the store where he purchased the balloon, a gust of wind pulled the balloon from his hands and far, far out of reach. Hajji then spent two hours in his car trying to chase and find the balloon, ultimately failing. His bride to be refused to speak to him until she got a new ring. Read more…

20 Totally Inappropriate Photos Of Candy Corn

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5 Dumbest Moments Of The 1st Presidential Debate

Still feeling the Rocky Mountain High from the first Presidential debate?  We sure are.  Others will fact check — we can’t — we’re dumb.  Think of us as “fun checkers.”  Isn’t that adorbz? Anyway, here are the five flat-out dumbest moments of the night with our ribbing for your pleasure:

1. Dueling Flag Pins: Guys, it’s embarrassing showing up to a party wearing the same patriotic bling. Well, not exactly the same — Romney’s was two millimeters bigger than Obama’s.  That means he loves America more, right?

2. Big Bird: The mellow yellow icon was shown some love by Romney — the same guy who had just pledged to de-feather his PBS nest if elected.  Even dumber, Twitter parody accounts sprouted faster than bird seed in fresh manure.  Lots of attention whores people started tweeting as Big Bird and then lemmings people flocked to follow them.  Cue the inevitable articles about social media being important written for the AARP set, who will, inevitably, still have no clue what it is.  e.g. “Social media? That’s new fangled clap trap!  Now go back to yer Phasebook and git off my lawn!” Read more…

20 Dumbest Presidential Campaign Slogans

While it never wins or loses the election on its own, having a simple slogan that defines your campaign can mean a lot, particularly with undecided voters.  So, in the best case scenario, it shouldn’t be totally stupid. Here, in no particular order, are the 20 dumbest American Presidential campaign slogans.

2012 Mitt Romney: Believe In America: “Believe in America?” This country may be going through a rough patch right now, but does anyone doubt it exists?

2008 Barack Obama: Change We Can Believe In: This slogan was right on, except it turns out he was talking about loose change, which is all we have to live on. Read more…

5 Dumbest Justin Bieber Fan Blogs

Are you a Belieber with some basic HTML skills? Well, then you should join the millions of teen girls (along with a few creepy guys) and start your very own Justin Bieber fan blog! You’ll be able to keep your friends, family and the authorities posted on your unhealthy obsession with the young celebrity! Here are the five dumbest Justin Bieber fan blogs.  Read more…

21 Reasons Why ’80s Nostalgia Is Dumb

It’s no surprise people have gone to the ’80s to meet their nostalgia needs. It’s unseemly looking back before the 1960s. When you say, “The ’50s were great,” folks reply, “They sure were! Which did you prefer: the crippling conformity or the segregation?” The modern pop culture machine chewed up and crapped out the ’60s and ’70s long ago, leaving 1980-89. Which would be fine, except that decade was dumb. Ten long years of dumb — dumb hair, dumb music and dumb crises. Anyone who celebrates this era clearly has blocked out the part of the ‘Rock Me Tonite’ video where Billy Squier starts crawling across the floor. Read this list of reasons why the ’80s was dumb, and think twice before blogging a list titled “Top 20 Reasons I Love The ’80s.”  Read more…

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