Chris Kaman is the center forward for the New Orleans Hornets basketball team, apparently one of the worst teams in the league. Last night, the Hornets played against the Charlotte Bobcats, and Chris thought that he would use an age old intimidation tactic to scare his opponents: Twitter. So he posted a couple of photos of himself on the social networking site — with a dead bobcat. Gross, you say? Tacky? Totally disgusting and effed up? Yeah, that’s about right. Keep reading »
Bret Easton Ellis, author of American Psycho, was very busy this weekend … thinking of ideas for a possible sequel to the book. So what is Patrick Bateman up to nowadays? Ellis took to Twitter to share his darkly frantic brainstorm. For starters, Patrick wants to have a threesome with Rihanna and Chris Brown. Disturbed? It gets so much more twisted. Hint: The Kardashian sisters, Kris Humphries, Chris Martin, Lindsay Lohan, David Beckham, Gavin Rossdale, and Katy Perry’s trainer are all involved. And lots and lots of murder. Oh, and if you didn’t figure it out from the original, Patrick Bateman is gay. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. I’m frightened. Social networking and celebrity culture would only make Patrick more psychotic, it seems. If that’s even possible. Click through to see Ellis’ highly disturbing Patrick Batemen musings. [Buzzfeed]
I love a joke that’s taken way too far, and that’s why I’m totally over the drag queen moon for the Twitter account @Ron Paul’s Drag Race, a mash up of libertarian Republican candidate Ron Paul and “Ru Paul’s Drag Race” host RuPaul. Sashay, Chante! [Twitter]
It all started a few years ago with an ex and one innocent Google search. In a moment of missing Jeremy*, a guy I’d dated a couple of years earlier, I typed his name and pressed “Enter,” thinking, What could it hurt? It did hurt though when the results returned an article about him and his new girlfriend, whom, I read, he now lived with.
Despite how painful this news was, after that initial Google I became addicted to looking him up online. My cocktail of choice was one parts Googling, two parts his blog, and three parts Twitter. With these sources mixed together, I could feel like I was somehow still connected to him. I was hooked, and I’d go through periods of reading his Twitter several times a day, every day. Keep reading »