So I don’t like movies that much, and I’ve run through all of “Orange is the New Black,” “Archer,” “Adventure Time,” “Breaking Bad,” “American Horror Story” (not season 3, I will not), “House of Cards,” “Orphan Black,” “Doctor Who,” and “New Girl.” So I sometimes find myself wanting to watch something for only an hour and also wanting to laugh: Enter Netflix comedy specials. Keep reading »
This video series has been around for a little bit, but it just came across my Facebook news feed and made me literally LOL over and over again, so I just had to share. Watch as MisterEpicMan (and his dinner companion) demonstrate the manner in which various animals — from alligators to kangaroos — eat their food. And after the jump, there’s part two! Keep reading »
I can’t tell if this kid is going apeshit because something awesome happened during the game or if he’s just super stoked to be on TV. Regardless, something tells me his parents have their hands full with this one! [Huffington Post]
Actually, yes, this does accurately sum up how I watch both shaving cream commercials and the E! channel. For the sake of comediennes Akilah Hughes and Suzanne Hitchman, I hope other feminists are able to laugh at this, too. [YouTube]
The beauty of being a grown-up is that when you get cravings, you have the ability and means to drive yourself to the store (or, in my case, McDonald’s) to immediately satisfy those cravings. No such luck for three-year-old Connor.
When young Connor found himself without pancakes, he felt his only solution was to punch his brother Aiden in hopes that their father would immediately deliver him a platter of flapjacks. Needless to say, it did not work. Somehow, as his brother flinched and cried in pain, Connor managed to explain his dire situation very calmly to his dad, the whole time keeping the focus on the real problem at hand: he still has no pancakes.
I get it, dude. I have that same struggle every Friday night after I leave the bar.