Considering the skirt length that Brit, Paris and Lindsay got to right before the 2008 crash, I'd say this is accurate.
Justin Bieber: Prince of the Internet.
A yarn pentapus that has fallen and cannot get up!
Comedian Gil Ozeri made a prank call to a phone sex operator asking her to make hack jokes in order to pleasure him. It's equally hysterical and creepy.
You know them, you love them and now they're all in one place. Here are HuffPost's funniest, best, weirdest news moments of all time. Enjoy!
I love pillows. They mean it's bed time. Bed time is awesome. These pillows are visually interesting and inventive, and promise to make your sleeping experience weirder.
Last year HuffPost caught Dave Letterman reusing the exact same jokes (gestures included) just days apart. Now he's at it again. WATCH!
Rumored-to-be-gay-but-now-married Governor Charlie Crist was with Obama today when the President made an unfortunate reference to grabbing a hose.
Jim Beam has recruited comedians to make Web ads spoofing their own commercials for a new ad campaign/contest. Viewers of these videos are encouraged to create their own and submit them for a chance to win $25,000 and a trip for four to Las Vegas.
A Florida man bought the cutest potato ever. He promises not to eat it.
A show about Obama's campaign is set for release in London and it looks pretty insane. Lots of singing and dancing.
It's a question we've been asking for a long time: Are reality shows making the average skank feel bad about her level of trashiness? The Onion News Network tries to answer it.
The man on the receiving end of Christian Bale's tirade was cinematographer Shane Hurlbut. In addition to "Terminator Salvation," he has been the DP on "We Are Marshall," "Swing Vote," and "Semi-Pro."
We all remember the backlash David Cross received for taking a part in the Alvin and the Chipmunks movie. Now we find out he's contractually obligated to be in the sequel and he's not happy.
An ATM built by Melli, Iran's largest bank seems to have not been well thought out during the design phase of construction.
Defamer said it first, and now Entertainment Weekly's getting in on the action, speculating that Joaquin Phoenix's "retirement" from acting and new rap career are an "elaborate Andy Kaufman-style hoax." Casey Affleck is supposedly documenting the transition in a new film, but the guy is Phoenix's friend and brother-in-law and could just be doing him a solid.
Every time you walk in to your living room you can be reminded of the small furry creature you plowed down on I-95.
Edward Richardson, 41, stabbed his 26-year-old wife Sarah to death after she changed her Facebook status from 'married' to 'single.'