January 27, 2011
As seen on The Little Mermaid edition of Cribs.
The ultimate collection of badly placed internet ads.
Hardened, street-wise New Yorkers start screaming like '50s cartoon housewives and jump on their seats once a rat is spotted in a subway car. The little guy finally makes an appearance towards the end of the video, just like "Jaws." Between this and the rat that crawled on the guy's face, it's good to see plague carriers are commuting.
Footage and audio of King George VI, subject of "The King's Speech" in which he was played by Colin Firth, addressing a large crowd in Scotland. It's a fascinating exhibit of the numerous speech impediments that plagued George throughout his life. Poor guy. The halting stammer gets really bad at about the two minute mark.
You know your meme has gone mainstream when it gets a full-page spread in Kotimaa.
Not as scary as the original.
Your car will get anonymous comments about its sexual orientation and eventually be called a Nazi. Check for Pedobears before backing out.
Please, can it be animal cuddle time? Yes!? If you love animals, you will love animals loving on each other.
What the hell are you running from, Thundersnow? Relax, your ice cream cone isn't going to melt. IT'S 30 DEGREES OUTSIDE.
If zombies ever take over When zombies finally take over, this is exactly how it's all going to go start. Keep an eye on your social networking profiles, it might save your life some day.
A disturbingly lifelike mannequin dressed up as Kenny from South Park is given the Joan of Arc treatment and burned to a cinder. Protest against a repressive Middle Eastern regime or the result of bored pop artists? You be the media critic!
The Northeast got pounded by another blast of white stuff, bringing Washington D.C. to its knees and dropping more than twelve inches on New York. Last night on Philadelphia's Fox29, weatherman John Bolaris illustrated the rigid, punishing front.
I woke up this morning, and somehow traveled back in time to 2007, because this video is everywhere today.
DID YOU HEAR? Amanda Bynes is back on Twitter! Here's the top 10 reasons why you should follow her. You really should.
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Hot dudes from Milan and Paris Fashion Week perform a lip dub to Dandy Warhols' "Bohemian Like You."