Given the post is on www.aplus.com (owned by Ashton Kutcher) and announced on April 1st, this is either a fantastic joke or the announcement of what could be the best news all week.
Creativity in Hollywood has fizzled. Reboots and action packed fluff are the new norm. Here is my plea to the Hollywood “creatives”
The destruction by the Illinois tornados were no laughing matter (neither was the interruption of the Bears game), but some joker thought it’d be funny to punk the CBS weatherman - and he fell for it!!!
The NBA announced a plan to test “Nickname Jerseys” on players from the Miami Heat and Brooklyn Nets, showcasing their nicknames in place of their names. What would some current and former players Nickname Jersey’s look like?
Biggest brand fail ever seen on 9/11. If turning the day into a customer appreciation day isn’t bad enough, they’re only offering it for 30 minutes!
This beautiful forgotten sport is making a comeback thanks to Mark Ornstein and the music of “Lady In Red”
Those “Robsten” fans are an emotional bunch. What do they really think? Just need to look at Twitter to find out.
Remember when San Diego had the shortest and most powerful fireworks display ever? Here’s an up-close and LOUD perspective.
Can’t tell the difference between Moby, Michael Stipe, Michael Chikless, Bruce Willis, and any number of other bald celebrities? Now there’s a song to help you.
Larry David thinks it’s a “Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good idea”
The Steelers know they can’t play football forever, so they’re forming a new dance group.
Photobombs are old school, check out this cool trick using some good old hard cash!
Be careful when you drink too much, you never know when someone will take a picture!
They’ve never been seen in the same room together, and now we know why. Bobby Brown and Martin Lawrence are the same person!
Nothing explains social media as perfectly as a minty cool Shamrock Shake
Watch a Scottish fellow try to interact with Apple’s Siri to hilarious results!
To celebrate the launch of Chicken McBites, McDonald’s (client) crowdsourced web intended “bite sized” videos to showcase how customers think about the concept of “bite sized enjoyment”. The results speak for themselves. Share your favorite!!
Don’t professional photographers and art directors check their work before going live?
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Ever wanted to know how many Bat-Suits there have been over the years? Check out the history of the Bat-Suit right here.