Nightmares are real.
Nightmares are real.
Can words be racist? Kinda!
“You bury emotion as much as you can until you physically can’t hold it anymore.”
Everyone should be afraid of Jason Derulo.
Man, I’m sweating babies over here.
Everyone is afraid of something.
“This kid’s not a good actor. I can now see that.”
“Being beautiful doesn’t necessarily mean you like what you see when you look in the mirror.”
Turns out everything is terrible and completely frightening.
The definition of bravery is being afraid… and doing it anyway. A reminder from Divergent — a film where a young woman learns what it takes to overcome her fears — now playing in theaters and IMAX. Tickets on sale now.
There’s no point in being irrational anymore.
You have nothing to fear but everything.
The sky is dark and full of terrors.
DON’T MAKE THEM DO IT!
What you won’t read in the safety manual but need to know.
Check under the bed for Boban Marjanovic.
Because it’s the little things in life that torment us most.
In 1981, the show’s biggest musical mistake was hosting an obscure L.A. punk band who caused a riot in the studio. In 2004, it was allowing Ashlee Simpson to lip-synch. Here’s a look at everything else that’s changed over the years.
If we were supposed to fly in the air, wouldn’t we JUST HAVE WINGS?!
Hearing the phrase, “Excuse me do you have a minute for…”
“My how time flies,” says American Crossroads in a new web video.
Democrats are up in the polls, and chuckling at Romney’s gaffes. Chicago needs to scare them to the polls.
This made me love her all over again. When asked by MTV News how she felt about reports that Justin Bieber wants to remake her movie, “Fear,” Reese Witherspoon responded in the best way possible. (via Dlisted)
The Middle Ages had the Black Death, 1918 had the influenza epidemic. But the scourge sweeping the land at the end of the 19th century? Masturbation.
I feel guilty laughing at this man’s crippling phobia, but I was totally laughing at this man’s crippling phobia. This is Marvin, and he runs away and starts weeping when confronted with a pit bull puppy. My Extreme Animal Phobia might be my new favorite show.
Thalassophobia is fear of the sea, and over the years it’s pushed forward some interesting (and terrifying) images of what people think might lurk in the depths. Never going swimming again. Ever. View List ›