In case you didn’t know, Keyboard Cat is running for President. His latest campaign ad is a dig at Clint Eastwood’s “The Empty Chair Is Obama” speech at the RNC. Journalistically, I think the ad’s message, while important, is a bit too esoteric to connect with today’s voters.
Remember when someone made that supercut video of Mad Men’s Don Draper saying “What?” 47 times? This is the Mariah Carey edition where she talks about her Home Shopping clothing line.
Watch as he runs right into your heart.
I wonder if she considered the possibility that she’d flip over with her scooter several times in a truly epic fail right in front of a security camera and confused onlookers? At least she walked away from it. Actually, I can’t believe no one’s tried this where I work. Yet.
First, blog about it, attracting media attention to the issues you face as a corporate yoga instructor. Second, give a picture of your roommate’s cat eating your termination papers to the San Francisco Chronicle when they do a story on you. Third, celebrate your Internet win.
I’m glad that librarians are free and no longer suffering from gluten allergies, too, Sarah, but I don’t think Gaddafi had anything to do with it. Ok, so this is a parody account, but still, I could totally see her saying this.
When memes collide. The Overly Attached Girlfriend girl does a fanvideo of Carly Rae Jepson’s “Call Me Maybe” song, complete with her own lyrics that achieve a new level of crazy on the stalker girlfriend scale.
The three grandmas who watched Kim Kardashian’s sex tape are back. This time they take on the kinky content in the erotic novel, “Fifty Shades of Grey.” Spoiler: the grandmas were not fans of the books BDSM “contracts.”
A Scottish 9 year old named Martha has just had a ban on her school cafeteria food blog “Never Seconds” lifted, after a Twitter firestorm. She was banned for taking pictures of her lunch — after her blog drew attention to how much overpriced school cafeteria food can suck.
This was a terrible idea.