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The Life Of A Firework, Caught On Camera

 

Last night, I was thoroughly entranced by the fireworks lighting up the night sky over New York’s Hudson river. So I was kind of excited to come across this video this morning that shows what the world looks like from a firework’s perspective. To make this clip, 19-year-old videographer Jeremiah Warren strapped an itty-bitty camera to several fireworks he shot in the air. The result made me happy. Also, dizzy. Did you watch fireworks last night? [Newser] Keep reading »

Sneezing Baby Panda: The Movie?


At this point in life, we are all as similar with this awesome YouTube clip of a baby panda sneezing as we are with our own reflections in the mirror. But apparently, we are about to see the Sneeze Heard Around The World in a totally new light—on the big screen. Lesley Hammond and Jenny Walsh, the documentarians who captured the moment in the first place, are hard at work on a mockumentary called “The Life and Times of Sneezing Baby Panda.” The flick will follow a faux Australian zoologist as she heads to China to try to save the adorable baby panda in the video. While they’ve yet to cast the zoologist, they are scheduled to begin shooting in October. What do you think? Would you spend $12 to go see this in theaters? Or would you rather watch the 16-second viral video clip on repeat for an hour and a half? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

The Cattiest Place On Earth: Camp Bravo


Bravo shows are kind of like the beach reads of television programming. So I like that for the past few summers, the channel has gathered its stars and made a big promo featuring all of them. This year Andy Cohen, Bethenny Frankel, et al pack up and head to Camp Bravo, where Patti Stanger drops Jill Zarin in a trust fall exercise and Teresa Giudice shoots an apple off Kyle Richards’ head. Fun! Keep reading »

Happy Friday! Let’s Do The “Lady Bump”

It’s Saturday night and I’m itching to dance! Think I’ll do the “Lady Bump” with blast from the past ’70s German disco star, Penny McLean. Do I even want try to understand what she means by “lady bump”? Nah, I think I’ll just enjoy the shrieking and the disco-tastic dance moves. It’s impossible not to feel her joy. Happy weekend! [Tabloid Prodigy] Keep reading »

Would The Real Charlie Sheen Please Step Forward?

This realistic Charlie Sheen mask took top honors at Maskfest 2011. Now you too can put on this Hyperflesh masterpiece and win at life — well, for a cool $2,500. This is truly frightening. As a sidenote, I really enjoyed the original song, “I’m Gonna Be A Winner,” by Precious Jade Teo. [ONTD] Keep reading »

The Muppets Take “The Green Lantern”

 

 

I’m having a hard time staying patient while waiting for the new Muppet movie, which won’t be in theaters until Thanksgiving. So I’m happy that Jason Segel, Amy Adams, Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear and crew have taken to making parodies of the big movies of summer 2011. In this brand new one, the Muppets do “The Green Lantern.” I love the line, “If I didn’t know better, I’d say you were reciting some sort of important plot point.” [Huffington Post]

After the jump, more Muppet movie parodies. Keep reading »

“Planking” Is Over—It’s All About “Cone-ing” Now

Just in time for summer, a hot weather-friendly viral fad called “cone-ing” is sweeping the interwebs. Phew, this means we can all stop “planking”. Simply put, cone-ing, invented by Australian comedian Alki Stevens, is the act of grabbing a soft serve ice cream cone upside down thus creating the most awkward situation possible. Very awkward indeed, but sadly, a terrible waste of ice cream. My inner former fat kid is crying. [Cone-ing] Keep reading »

A Really Creepy Way To Eat Your Hot Dog

I already dislike hot dogs, but the Happy Hot Dog Man brings my distaste to a whole new level. These kind of antics are fine for Play-Doh, but not for wieners. I do not want my hot dog to have arms, legs, eyes, the ability to dance, or wear outfits. I have serious concerns about the child (or adult) who complains that the standard hot dog is “not fun enough to eat.” [The Daily What] Keep reading »

A Father/Daughter Wedding Dance On Another Level

Brooke Lavin apparently had a very luxe wedding. Complete with a choreographed wedding dance with her pops, Bill, and a videographer who did some awesome editing of it. The best part here is when Brooke and her dad do the MC Hammer. Oh, and when they take air shots together. Hey, they’ve got moves. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

Bert Gets Down To Brass Tacks With Andy Samberg


Who knew that Bert, as in the best friend of Ernie, was such a hard-hitting interviewer? In this edition of “Conversations with Bert,” his version of “Inside the Actors Studio,” the yellow guy talks to Andy Samberg of “Saturday Night Live.” While Bert missed the obvious question of asking about his threeway with Justin Timberlake and Lady Gaga, he did ask how Andy feels about socks. “From my perspective, anyone who has a problem with socks needs to grow up. It’s been a long time coming. Socks are here to stay, and people who are anti-sock, to me, it’s immature, it’s short sighted — short minded,” replied Andy. To which Ernie added: “One day I’m hoping every sock will meet its match.” The rest of the interview is equally as amusing. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

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