Far be it from me to criticize if what you really want to snuggle up with at night is the Rubber Man from “American Horror Story” season one. All of these Funko Pop dolls are a bit creepy with their big ol’ eyes, but the rubber man with that ball gag in his mouth? The creepiest. Although I suppose if you’re an “AHS” fan with a doll collection, this is probably right up your alley. See a few more of the dolls after the jump! [Entertainment Earth via ONTD] Keep reading »
There’s awkward errors and then there’s really awkward errors: subtitles on a BBC News weather report this week accidentally warned Glastonbury Gestival-goers to prepare for “rape” instead of rain. This Instagram pic shows the “unfortunate typo,” as a BBC spokesperson put it. I’m sure most newswatchers put it together themselves when the subtitles showed the newscaster advised packing one’s “wellies” — not a good deterrent of sexual assault. [Independent UK]
Let no one say Rumer Willis is not dedicated to the cause. The cause, remember, is letting nipples be freeeee. Weeks after her sister Scout Willis paraded around New York City topless, last night Rumer kept a shirt on but the girls still out on the red carpet. The cause? A fundraiser for “Free The Nipple,” a film made by their friend (left), actress Lina Esco. As if this all wasn’t weird enough, Russell Simmons hosted and Chris Brown’s girlfriend Karrueche Tran attended. Keep fighting the good fight, Willis sisters! [Image via Getty]
I love Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield. They’re adorable and clearly glass-half-full types, as they often use the paparazzi following them around like vultures to promote causes they believe it. Like today, the couple was photographed strolling around NYC carrying signs directing people who eventually looked at the snaps — like y’all! — to support YouthMentoring.org, AutismSpeaks.org, WWO.org and GildasClubNYC.org. Cool use of their fame — and definitely nicer than flippin’ the bird. Keep reading »
This is a clothing label produced by a Japanese brand called, fittingly, Fatyo, which has opted to forgo the traditional sizing model of small, medium, large, and extra-large, and instead label clothing with “twitch,” “skinny,” “fat,” and “jumbo.” Well, these terms are definitely … descriptive, if not particularly flattering. Would you ever buy a piece of clothing that had the word “fat” on the label? What about “twitch”? Maybe we should just stick to numbers? Those work pretty well. [UPI]
Most Brad Paisley songs include at least one shoutout to the joys of a cold beer. This is ostensibly why the Westboro Baptist Church (AKA the “God Hates Everyone” people) showed up to picket his concert in Kansas this weekend. Because God hates drunks, didn’t you know? Brad decided to make the most of the zany zealots’ presence by posing for a bemused selfie with them and posting it on Twitter. “Hopefully they can hear the show out here,” he wrote. “We’ll play loud.” Oh Brad, never change.