A Very Unfortunate Head[line]

Please explain how a headline like this sees print? I bet their enrollment rates have plummeted in the last 24 hours. [yfrog] Keep reading »

Hilarious New Blog Alert: Daily Urban Legend

I’ve never told anyone this, but there’s a good chance Jim Morrison, you know, from the band the Doors, could be my father. My mom was working at a head shop in the late-’60s when Jimmy (that’s what she called him) came in and bought a year’s worth of incense. It was basically love at first sight. They were together for a short period but it eventually fizzled out because of Jimmy’s drug use (which eventually killed him in 1971). Still, my mom was a forward thinker and thought someone should carry on Jimmy’s genes, so she kept a little container of his man juice on ice for safe-keeping. In January of 1979 that little cup of frozen spunk went missing; 10 months later, I was born. My mom refuses to talk about it. Keep reading »

Our 12 Favorite Fictional Bands From TV

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Sure, the lineup for this year’s Coachella music festival in Indio, California looks pretty awesome. But you know who I wish would go on tour together? Zit Remedy, Frozen Embryos, and Hot Sundae. What? You don’t remember them? Apparently you haven’t been glued to the boob tube for the last 20 years like I have. Those were just a few of my favorite bands from TV! Keep clicking to see the rest. I bet you anything your subconscious still knows all the words to Zack Attack’s “Friends Forever.”

Britney Spears Is One Serious Femme Fatale

Behold, the cover for Britney Spears‘ to-be-released-in-March album, Femme Fatale. Brit herself tweeted this image, along with the words, “Sexy and strong … Dangerous yet mysterious … Cool yet confident! I’ve poured my heart and soul into this album over the last 2 years. I’ve put everything I have into it.” Please, world, let it be good. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

Christian Ladies (Put A Purity Ring On It)


I gotta say, as a non-Christian who practices excessive amounts of pre-marital sex (well, at least before the sabbatical), I kinda like this pro-abstinence take on Beyonce’s “Single Ladies.” The lyrics don’t roll off the tongue as easily as in the original, but I gotta give props to these gals for using such a popular song to spread their message. I love a music video with a story line, especially one acted with such skill. Babe. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

10 (Alleged) Famous Female Thieves

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You might think a world-famous filmmaker and author would be above petty crime. But you would be wrong! Miranda July, the twee mind behind the film “You And Me And Everyone We Know,” has confessed in this week’s issue of The New Yorker to a sordid history of shoplifting. Her first time stealing was during her freshman year of college when she nabbed a package of Neosporin. The minute a guard apprehended her, she wet her pants. And if you think that an incident of public peeing might have put the woman off from shoplifting, you would be wrong again! July continued to shoplift at the grocery store and even at Goodwill. (Yes, this woman stole from charity. Oof.) If you ever go to one of Miranda July’s book signings, watch your purse. [New Yorker]

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