If a tough week at work has trodden on your self-worth, let the “Sesame Street” critters sing you into solace. “Change the World” is an adorable little ditty performed by the same girl puppet who proudly told the world she loved her hair. ”Change the World” sends a similarly positive message as our Muppet declares, “I am going to be the best me that I can be” — which is something we all can aspire to. It just gives you the warm and fuzzies, doesn’t it? [YouTube via Clutch Magazine] Keep reading »
At long last, the trailer for Angelina Jolie‘s hella controversial directorial/screenwriting debut, “The Land of Blood and Honey,” is here. Cast with a slew of unknown actors, the film follows the impossible romance of a Serbian man and a Boznian woman during Bosnia’s civil war (circa 1992-95). The two minute trailer features murder, persecution, sex, imprisonment and tears. A word to the wise not to catch this flick when feeling emotionally vulnerable. [ScreenRant] Keep reading »
Indie filmmaker Harmony Korine (“Kids”) created an “eccentric” ad for the Native American-inspired clothing done by the Proenza Schouler fashion label. And by eccentric we mean either racist, eerie, or downright bat-s**t crazy. Watch the video, entitled ‘Snowballs’, and take your pick. Keep reading »
Mrs. Coach — I mean, Connie Britton — is the latest celeb to do “Seven Minutes In Heaven With Mike O’Brien” and she’s just as adorable as always. I have a pressing question that needs to be addressed: WHY IS HER HAIR ALWAYS SO DAMN PERFECT? This beyotch is like Kate Middleton or something. [YouTube via Pop Culture Brain] Keep reading »
Got plans Sunday night? Me neither. No, I’m not asking you out on a date. I am, however, suggesting you maybe watch the Style Network’s new reality/makeover show “Glam Fairy,” which premieres Sunday at 8 p.m. It looks like “Jerseylicious” meets “How Do I Look?” meets “Toddlers & Tiaras: The Beauty College Years” (if such a wonderful thing existed) which I think we can all agree equals guaranteed entertainment. Meet the Glam Fairies in the clip above and then check out a sneak peak and a clip from the episode here.
This post was sponsored by the Style Network’s “Glam Fairy,” premiering Oct. 23 at 8 p.m., but I really am planning on watching this for my own personal enjoyment.
Michigan man, Shawn Weimer reached an all-time parenting low when, after a night of drinking, he recruited his 9-year-old daughter to play chauffeur. Propped up on a booster seat, the girl drove Shawn to the gas station to fill up his van and pick up a pack of cigarettes. For her efforts, she was rewarded with a candy apple and her father’s praise. “Nine years old. Nine! Gas, brake, listen, we’re leaving, and she’s driving. I’m drunk,” Shawn bragged to the cashier. It probably wasn’t the best idea for him to broadcast his crime like that. As a result of his all-around stupidity and recklessness, the cops were called and they pulled the van over even though the girl claimed she was “driving good.” Shawn is facing felony child abuse charges, obvs. Parenting at its finest. [Dumb As A Blog]