Yesterday, Winona IM’d me with a question of utmost importance: “What’s the difference between Kellan Lutz and Channing Tatum?” My head just about exploded. “OH MY GOD SO MUCH EVERYTHING!!!!” my fingers typed with ferocity. Then I decided the differences (and few similarities) could be best depicted in Venn diagram form. So here you go, Winona. Any questions?
Hollywood has gotten lazy, so these days, movie studios either remake movies, produce sequels to blockbusters, or adapt popular books into movies. Of the latter, many of these films don’t do justice to the original material, but a special, rare few actually improve upon the book and the story translates better to the screen. (There is a whole other category of books that were terrible and should not have been turned into movies, but that’s another subject and chart entirely.) So, should you see the movie or read the book? Here’s a short, fairly random list to refer to.
How on earth did we even try to understand the differences between the genders before Google Instant? Everything we could ever want to know about men vs. women can be illuminated by autocomplete. (For the record, Google, I also need to urinate. Too much Diet Coke today.) [via I Love Charts] Keep reading »
We thought a writer that doesn’t read was the big issue with Snooki’s debut as an authoress. But potential readers that don’t read? Yeah, that could be even more problematic for the Snook book. Unless, of course, she decides to do a picture book. [Laura Olin] Keep reading »
Although, there are exceptions made for particularly awful, skeezy, and lewd pick-up lines, of course. “I’m not too good at math, but U + I = 69″ would even take the hotness sheen off Mark Sanchez. [via I Love Charts] Keep reading »
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I need reminding of this. [9gag.com] Keep reading »