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Camel Snacks On Kid

Children make an awfully tasty afternoon snack, don’t they, Mr. Camel? [The Daily What] Keep reading »

“These Skirts Need To Be More Feminist!”: Vag Magazine Webisodes Spoof Feminist Mags

Because all patriarchal structures must fall, fashion magazine Gemma is gone! In its place is Vag Magazine, a feminist rag purchased by Fennel, Sylvie, Bethany, Heavy Flo (a roller derby legend), and Reba (a gonzo feminist pop-culture journalist) with the proceeds from the reusable menstrual pads they sell on their Etsy shop. Will Meghan, the sole holdover from Gemma, survive their stern rebukes and wayward logic?

This parody is good, but my favorite “Vag Magazine” skit — Meghan’s new co-workers teach her a lesson about “feminist skirts” — is after the jump … Keep reading »

“Sesame Street” Spoofs Old Spice Ads


He isn’t as hot as Isaiah Mustafa, but Grover still amuses in this Old Spice ad spoof on “Sesame Street.” How long do you think before media-savvy Isaiah and the people behind his ads get him a guest spot beside those lovable Muppets? [via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

VH1′s “My Big Friggin’ Wedding” = “Jersey Shore” + “Bridezillas”

What happens when “Jersey Shore” meets “Bridezillas”? The best Worst TV Ever.

On VH1′s new show “My Big Friggin’ Wedding,” the producers of “Jersey Shore” follow five real-life couples — two from Long Island, three from New Jersey — as they try to sober up long enough to walk down the aisle. Meet Tammie and Danny from Massapequa, NY; Amanda and Matt from Elmwood Park, NJ; Megin and Johnny from Wood Ridge, NJ; Alyssa and Tyler from Egg Harbor, NJ; and Sandra and Joey from Lynbrook, NY. It’s got drinking! It’s got the bride’s mom barfing at the bachelorette party! It’s got racist relatives! And it’s got Johnny, the “Meatball King of New Jersey”! (Sorry, ladies, he is obviously taken.) “My Big Friggin’ Wedding” will debut Monday November 1, at 9 p.m. EST on VH1, and yeah, I will so, so be watching this. [VH1] Keep reading »

“Jersey Shore,” The Video Game

“Jersey Shore” hardly needs CollegeHumor.com to make itself more funny, but a fake RPG video starring these stallions is still kick-ass. Watch Pauly D, Vinny, Ronnie and The Situation find skanks for the hot tub and follow them along their way as they dodge grenades, defend Sammi’s honor, and of course, show disrespecting clowns on the dance floor who’s boss. Vodka and pickles should totally be the weapons of choice in more video games. [Gamefreaks] Keep reading »

Paula Deen Makes The Creepiest Sandwich Ever

Just slow Paula Deen down and give her some doughnuts and you’ve got a B horror movie on your hands. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

Istanbul Cab Drivers Are Also Belly Dancers And Stunt Men


My boyfriend and I are trying to plan a romantic getaway over Thanksgiving, so we spent our Saturday internet-researching possible destinations and hotels. Near the top of our list was Istanbul, so to get a better feeling for the city, we checked out some videos from the Lonely Planet travel guides. Here’s what we found: a crazy Istanbul cabbie who belly dances while driving (and outside your window while in traffic) and performs insane stunts. Check it out for a good Monday morning chuckle. (And for the record: we’ve whittled it down to Prague and Lisbon—the dancing cabbie had nothing to do with crossing Istanbul off the list.) [YouTube] Keep reading »

5 Actors Who Have Writing Projects On The Side

You probably know actor Bill O’Malley as Kurt’s currently comatose dad on “Glee.” And while he knows that all the Gleeks are desperate to find out if he makes it or kicks the bucket, Bill would rather talk about the project he is bringing to life on the side. When O’Malley isn’t listening to the sweet serenades of New Directions, he is writing and producing the upcoming Showtime series “Shameless,” which will star William H. Macy and premiere in January. No musical numbers are involved.

Check out what other stars are working on scripts, screenplays, and stage numbers. Keep reading »

These 10-Year-Olds Dance Better Than We Ever Will

Witness these adorable 10-year-old dancers, shaking their booties to fellow tween Willow Smith’s hit single, “Whip My Hair.” Apparently the video was made in three hours. These are some talented little ladies. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Quickies: Don Draper Rates His Sex Partners & Dora Is Suing Nickelodeon

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