Happy Femme Fatale
day! Britney Spears
‘ highly anticipated new album drops today and to celebrate, BritBrit recorded a performance of three numbers over the weekend to air on “Good Morning America.” And all I can say is … how sad. These performances are only a smidge above the infamous “Gimme More” debacle of a few years back. Not only does Britney’s dancing seem terribly stilted, but she’s obviously not singing even a little. And I’m sorry, but the costumes just aren’t doing anything for her body—which would look totally hot just a little more covered up. At least the sets, lights, and costumes look cool?
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Call me crazy, but I have been utterly transfixed by this demo video for some magical contraption that cleans up condiment spills. Mind you, a swipe with a sponge will do the job fine, but if you want to pick up
, say, the big glob of ketchup you dropped on the floor and keep it in the exact same formation, then this is the gadget for you. [The Daily What
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Midnight the miniature horse was only born with three legs, which would normally result in being put down. But thankfully, the folks at Ranch Hand Rescue in Fort Worth, Texas, were able to make him a special prosthetic horse leg, so he can trot, gallup and run with the best of ‘em. It’s enough to make even the saltiest cowboy cry. [Houston Chronicle
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Cute! But I’m muy embarrassed this salsa-dancing puppy’s got better moves than I do. [Guanabee] Keep reading »
Commercials are usually those things I fast-forward through on the DVR because they’re loud and try to get me to buy things I don’t need. However, every once in a while, there is one I love. Take, for example, this campaign for Sony Ericsson’s Experia Play smart phone, starring Kristen Schaal, totally cracks me up as Mel, the lone fan slash stalker on “Flight of the Conchords.” Message to companies: include awesome female comics in your ads, and I will consider purchasing your stuff.
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