March 18, 2011
Do people really think that having bowling balls for breasts is attractive? Apparently, they do.
A beautiful infographic detailing the results of every Mars mission ever attempted. We're getting there! (Click through for larger.)
That's not the set up to a joke, but a legitimate question regarding an eBay auction for a used wetsuit. The listing for the wetsuit prominently and curiously displayed a picture of a bear using a urinal. The eBay auctioneer explained himself thusly...
Darin Furukawa, a volunteer for the Red Cross in Los Angeles, dressed up as a samurai while gathering donations to aid relief efforts in Japan. Nerdy and noble, all at once. Here are some links where you can also contribute to the cause.
This is her costume? Really?
A telenovela about a dysfunctional advertising agency, revolving around a plucky junior copywriter in a wheelchair and the raging executive who accuses her of stealing bananas. This is, of course, not a real show. But after lines like "You think you're so cool with your fixie wheelchair," you wish to God that it was.
For such small critters, their cheeks have a pretty high capacity for storage. Honestly, it’s a miracle they can unpack everything they've put in.
An equal and opposite reaction to the Hipster Trap. Spotted outside of a New York City bar, this spring-loaded snare contains Drakkar Noir cologne, bronzer, a schedule for the Long Island Railroad, PATH tickets, hair gel and a gold chain. If she were caught in one, Snooki would gnaw her own leg off.
Exodus International, a Christian ministry that specializes in helping people "leave homosexuality" to become "former homosexuals," has an iPhone application available for download in Apple's App Store. Ugh. There's an app for that. No word yet from Apple on why this doesn't violate their ban on apps that "contain hateful/violent/offensive content."
A delicious diorama entitled "The Peeple vs. Scott Walker." Activism has never been so sweet.
Oh God, I've got vertigo just looking at this.
You are a mercenary pig named Hambo (in this game).
Starting now, Thursday was not yesterday and tomorrow is not Saturday. Party's over. Turn off the lights. Management has changed the days of the week, so this has run its course. Go home people, go home.
White people smell the WORST.
Tween pop legend, Rebecca Black, gets her first national interview on GMA.
Well, that narrows it down.
You stay classy, Metro UK.
Let's be honest here.
This is wrong in so many ways. First of all, it's not even a potato.