I have not seen the inside of a gym in over four months. I am not proud of this, but martinis and lobster rolls just took priority. Every time I try and motivate myself to get off my ass, I’m drawn into another episode of “The Affair” and refuse to move. And then today I learned about Willie Murphy, a 77-year-old grandmother who could kick my ass.
Consider me on the treadmill by 7 p.m. Keep reading »
Dear Man Whose Moves To “Push It” Are Better Than Those Of Salt-N-Pepa,
For the last 40 minutes or so, I’ve been watching you gyrate and bust a move like the seasoned dance floor veteran that you are, without once losing interest in your funky groove. Keep reading »
I’m dyingggg. Either “Jimmy Kimmel Live”‘s “Mean Tweets” segment is getting funnier, or humankind is becoming more vicious— okay, or maybe it’s both. Whatever it may be, the TV host brought back his popular “Mean Tweets” segment last night, where he has celebs read actual cruel tweets directed at them, and it was one of the best ones yet. While Gwyneth Paltrow didn’t seem too amused reading her tweet (because, let’s be honest, she’s about as stale as month-old bread), other stars like Chloë Grace Moretz, Lisa Kudrow, Scott Foley and John Stamos found humor in the hatred. Is it bad that I want to start tweeting mean things just for the chance to have it read on television? My tirade against Taylor Swift begins now.
Every once in a while, we fail. Even when we’ve tried our absolute best, things don’t always work out in our favor. Maybe you put in long hours to win a pitch, poured all of your energy into appeasing a bitchy client or spent the last ten weekends slaving over an Excel worksheet, but in the end, didn’t quite make the grade. That’s how Toronto advertising agency Union felt after getting shortlisted for Strategy Magazine’s Agency Of The Year awards.
Even though the hardworking folks from Union weren’t recognized for their hard work, the head honchos created a hilarious video about how they rewarded their employees … in the most sadistic way possible. Keep reading »
You remember the “Apparently Kid,” who won us over earlier this year during his impromptu broadcast on a local news channel? Well, he’s back to remind us why we love him so.
Noah Ritter, the blunt kindergartner who’s incredibly fond of the word “apparently,” visited Ellen DeGeneres again after the talk show host sent him out for a day of fun at the Texas fair. From his trip, we learned that he hates LA pizza, has no problem telling other people how to drive, is nicknamed “Noah Police Junior,” why the TVs in hotels are “a big fail,” and that mirrored mazes aren’t his strong suit. Never change, Noah. Never change. [Mashable]