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Prepare Your Ears: “Let’s Get Social” Is The “Friday” Of Our Generation

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"My Cat, My Kids, Some Bacon—Let's Get Social!"

Please take this moment to clean out your ears with Q-Tips and emotionally prepare yourselves for what you’re about to see and hear. At this year’s Social Media Marketing World Convention, a woman by the name of Mary McCoy took the stage to sing a little ditty about the power of social media, and it’s basically the new “Friday” (aka that earworm of a song by Rebecca Black). ”Let’s Get Social,” which she also penned, was described by co-writer Phil Mershon as “a humor-laced theme song for this year’s Social Media Marketing World.” And humor it is, Phil. Humor it is. Just when you think Phil’s random yelling of the word “social!” is the bittersweet icing on top of the WTF cake, just wait for his rap solo. LL Cool J would be proud.

Anne Hathaway Sings Broadway Versions Of Hip-Hop Songs And It’s Not As Insufferable As You Might Imagine

Anne Hathaway Sings Broadway Versions Of Hip-Hop Songs And It's Not As Insufferable As You Might Imagine
Bitch, This Is Not Killing My Vibe!

I’ll be honest. I wanted to hate this so much. First, while I’m not a card-carrying Hathahater, like many, I do find Anne Hathaway’s carefully crafted ladylike-ness to be grating at times. Second, I have pretty much hated musical theater ever since I was a shy teen dodging jazz hands at a performing arts high school. And lastly, hip-hop is my favorite genre of music, so naturally, the idea of prissy jazz hands Anne Hathaway belting out Broadway versions of Snoop’s “Gin and Juice” and Kendrick Lamar’s “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” on “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon” kind of sounded like torture. But … it isn’t? In fact it’s really kind of hilarious and endearing and silly? You win, Hathaway. YOU WIN.

It Happened In Florida: McDonald’s Customer Strips Down To Her Thong, Goes Apeshit For Soft Serve

It Happened In Florida: McDonald's Customer Strips Down To Her Thong, Goes Apeshit For Soft Serve
Save Yourself A Cup, Lady!

Did you ever read the Ramona Quimby books? One of my favorite stories is when Ramona literally cannot fight the desire to squeeze an entire brand new tube of toothpaste, emptying it in long, satisfying stream into the sink. I wanted — nay, WANT — to do that so bad. The only thing I want to do more is to turn on a soft serve ice cream machine and let it just GO. Just watch that perfectly tubular icy treat just poo out of the machine everywhere. I don’t know why, but it’s a desire that burns deep inside. And like Ramona Quimby before her, this random woman at a McDonald’s lived my dream for me. But first she had a fit for some unexplained reason, stripped down to her thong and destroyed the establishment. Oh, and then she served herself a cup of that ice cream. I’m not sure what her damage is, and I’m sure she’s headed to the clink, but I’d say she’s earned that soft serve. [Dlisted]

The Daily Squee: Watch These Cats Totally Ignore This Guy’s Magic Tricks

Cats Are Not Impressed By Your Card Tricks

Magician Rick Lax knows all kinds of nifty tricks, or as Gob Bluth would say, illusions. He’s probably used to receiving a major reaction from his audiences who are impressed by his skills of trickery. But in this video, Rick goes up against his toughest critics:  cats. Their visible boredom as he pulls out all the stops to get their attention is a feeling of rejection every cat owner knows. After all, kitties are snobs. [Laughing Squid]

Would You Have Sex With Paul Rudd?

I Predict That Will Be A Resounding "Yes"

I would tell you my answer to that question, but I think you already know. [Funny Or Die]

Crappy Veet Ad Campaign Says A Woman With Leg Hair Is A “Man”

Crappy Veet Ad Campaign Says A Woman With Leg Hair Is A "Man"
Oh Fuck Off, Veet

Listen, it’s not new for companies that make hair removal products and tools to focus their messaging on how “gross” body hair is, in particular on a woman. I don’t think I’ve ever met a hair removal ad that made me feel great or even neutral about my body hair. But these new ads from Veet are lame on a whole other level, as they try to make the case that somehow body hair on a woman is not normal or natural and that if you have it, you are a … wait for it … MANNNNNNNN. There are a few versions of the ad (see more after the jump) all of which basically make clear — in a lighthearted, silly way, don’t take it so seriously, you fucking hairy feminist — that even the tiniest bit of body hair, hair that has emerged since you shaved yesterday, means you look like a gross, brutish man and you should be embarrassed for anyone to see you in such a state of un-groomed nastiness. (Which is why you need Veet, duh.) Well, I have a fuckload of stubble on my legs, I do not know what’s happening with my arm pit situation, my bush will do what it wants, and none of these things have anything to do with my femininity or perceived femininity, so please shove off, Veet. [via Jezebel] Keep reading »

Watch This LSU Gymnast Score A Perfect 10 With Amazing Routine

Watch This LSU Gymnast Score A Perfect 10 With Amazing Routine
FLAWLESS.

Let it be made perfectly clear by this Louisiana State University student’s perfect 10 routine that the Olympics are not the only place to watch incredible gymnastics. Junior Lloimincia Hall nailed her highly entertaining floor routine earlier this year, video for which is now making the rounds on the internet — and it’s easy to see why. Best part is, her teammates couldn’t even contain their excitement when she was done. Before the judges’ scores could even be tallied, they were out on the mat celebrating her perfect score with her. Get it, girl! [via Buzzfeed]

Stevie Nicks Performs “Rhiannon” With Lady Antebellum, Kills It At The ACMs

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I was totally in my element watching last night’s Academy of Country Music Awards, basking in the hotness that is Luke Bryan and contemplating my love-hate relationship with Taylor Swift, when Stevie Nicks showed up and totally changed the game. She took the stage with Lady Antebellum for a medley of Lady A’s tune “Golden,” and— wait for it— Fleetwood Mac’s “Rhiannon.” In that moment, dreams came true. I didn’t even mind that Hillary Scott was a bit pitchy at times, because it was THAT magical. It was like watching the Power Rangers get together for the first time. Check it out for yourself and thank us later.

“SNL”‘s International Nasty Girls Want “Dongs All Over The World”

"SNL"'s Nasty Girls Want "Dongs All Over The World"
"196 countries, now that's a lot of dongs..."

Yay! “Saturday Night Live”‘s International Nasty Girls (aka the show’s female cast members and the group behind the song, “(Do It On My) Twin Bed”) are back with a new unbashashadly slutty girl power anthem called “Dongs All Over The World.” It’s about travel sex, which I know a thing or two about. Catch them dongs like Pokemon, ladies!

Janelle Monae Performs Via Hologram With M.I.A. & It’s Actually Awesome

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Bang, Bang, Bang

Bringing dead celebrities “back to life” via hologram is hella morbid. But the very-much-alive Janelle Monae performing via hologram with M.I.A. on “Bad Girls”? That’s really fucking cool. (Maybe if Justin Bieber only performed via hologram, he would show up to his concerts on time.) [YouTube via AV Club]

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