Ahh, to be in love.
Ahh, to be in love.
You know who you are!
Behold: the grand reveal of MAXWELL DREW JOHNSON. (via people.com)
This child is unimpressed and disgruntled (“unimgruntled”). Spotted in People Magazine’s Real Beauty At Every Age Contest, which this child clearly wins.
Apparently there are a group of people who believe a government machine called HAARP (High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program) controls the weather. Here’s what some of these people have to say about this recent round of tornados. Who do you believe?
The myth of Friday the 13th has been around for centuries. And it still scares the crap out of millions of people. (via en.wikipedia.org)
“Let’s do some wheatgrass shots after this.” No.
Repeat: fake. Even though this mock cover is demonstrably false, it got passed around with such enthusiasm over the Christmas weekend that one suspects people desperately wish it to be true (which hopefully wasn’t the case with the Bon Jovi rumor).
Cripple fight! No, but seriously, retired Canadian Football septuagenarians Joe Kapp and Angelo Mosca got into a scuffle at an otherwise pleasant alumni meetup on Friday. Perhaps things turned sour when Mosca suggested that Kapp “stick it up [his] ass?” (via gawker.com)
‘Tis the season to be thankful you don’t live at home anymore.
In response to “People” Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive issue, here is a list of 13 stars who Father Time was not so kind to.
Some poeple have the cojones to sit on deadly animals for a photo opp. Those less courageous prefer to safely sit on fake animals. But in the end they all look stupid. I mean who would ride a crocodile to a battle ? View List ›
People Magazine has just come out with a story claiming that Gwyneth Paltrow saved a woman’s life on 9/11. That’s not exactly what happened.
Now you’ve seen everything. Watch Video ›
I will forever be amazed by this phenomenon. And this guy.
Ah great, McDonald’s is hiring away all the rapping robots. This guy’s at the McDonald’s near UCSD in La Jolla, CA, per a YouTube commenter. Watch Video ›
And cookies? Waaahhhhh! List regretfully screencaptured from this week’s Jerz Shore. View Image ›
‘People Who’ is a new tumblr dedicated to observing annoying little things that people do and anonymously calling them out on it. Check it out, it’s pretty hilarious, and you’ll more than likely see something that you do, and feel kind of guilty for it. View List ›
Homeless people and beggars in general are getting more and more creative with their signs. While some are sad, some of them are just plain hilarious. It leaves you to wonder, how exactly did they get themselves into these situations? View List ›
There are some pretty terrible creatures lurking around Starbucks for the wifi - and with free wifi for everyone being launched, we’re bound to see a lot more coming through. I think I’m the second guy. View Image ›
This girl posted a story to People of Walmart about a trashy blonde girl butting in front of her in line, so she starts a fight. Somehow she fails to realize that she’s the one being a piece of trash. The comments under her post are priceless. Because yelling “WELL I CAN F*CK BETTER” across Wal-Mart just screams “classy”. You mess with her, you mess with the whole trailer park.
Sandra Bullock appears on the cover of this week’s People announcing her divorce and her adopted newborn son, Louis. She adopted Louis from New Orleans in January, but has been keeping him a secret until now. She still hasn’t revealed the secret of his necklace, though — what is that, candy? View Image ›
This video is, without a doubt, the culmination of our society and culture. It can only go downhill from here. Watch Video ›
Sarah Lister is afraid of other people’s kneecaps. Just seeing strangers’ knees leaves her “flustered, angry and sweating profusely.” Yo’ knees make me sweat, girl. Technically called Genuphobia, Lister’s fear of knees began when she was 11 and her father dislocated his kneecap. Strange, huh? Read More ›
No matter what the context, naked girls will always be popular on the internet. View Image ›
A website featuring photos of the people who shop at wal mart.
A single-serving site devoted to the proud patriots found at your local Walmart.
Personification of the Internet. I wonder what BuzzFeed would look like? View Image ›