This is why child stars shouldn’t be allowed on live television.
Atlanta’s hottest new restaurant serves dishes inspired by rap puns. And it clearly doesn’t exist. It’s a viral stunt by social marketing firm Baby Robot Industries. Here are some so-dumb-you’ll-laugh-then-feel-guilty-for-laughing-then-laugh-again items from the menu.
Usher was bull-rushed in the middle of a crowded parking lot in Atlanta last weekend by an angry woman looking to fight the singer for parking in a handicap spot. As her husband tried to pull her away, she grabbed his hoodie and screamed “You don’t belong here!” View Media ›
After a cross country crime spree that involved armed robbery and shooting at police officers, Lee Grace Dougherty and her two brothers were apprehended in a shootout on a Colorado highway this week. On her Flickr account (since removed), Lee describes herself thusly: “I love to farm and shoot guys and wreck cars. I’m a redneck and proud of it. I like milk and German engineering and causing mayhem with my siblings.” Oh, and she was a stripper who liked to take photos of herself. Here are the safe for work pics. Visit TMZ for the not. View List ›
When Athens, GA, band Reptar came to NYC to play a few shows this month, we knew they’d have a good time with the Buzzfeed Flipcam. Watch Video ›
An Atlanta man dodges death with the help of his cellphone battery. Bullet proof vest? There’s an app for that. (I wish…) Watch Video ›
My favorite thing about this song is the way it rhymes words with themselves instead of with other, similar sounding words. View Media ›
Instead of swallowing your delicious lunch, imagine your favorite fast food swallowing itself. That’s what happened at a Sonic fast food restaurant in Atlanta. If your appetite is still intact hope lunch is better down the road. Watch Video ›
The Six Flags Over Georgia is deep under muddy water with the continued rain-fall flooding huge parts of Georgia. Helicopters photo have finally surface, showing the peaks of the huge roller-coasters rising up above the water. View Image ›
Due to mass flooding throughout Georgia, the Six Flags park is almost totally under water at this point.
People in Atlanta, GA are frantically Googling the phrase “Banana Boat Rat.” But WHY?