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March 8, 2011

Finally, a celebrity who will actually talk about what fans really want to know âe" their dating life. Amanda Seyfriend more than opened up to Elle magazine about her dating history, her favorite kissers and current relationship with Ryan Phillippe.

Look up, now down. Those diamonds are now stars. Can Old Spice make this gif a reality?

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Yes, this is real. And, hearkening back to the glory days of awful porno title puns, it's called "The King's Piece." Don't worry, the trailer is safe for work.

Gaze into his cracker ball and see the future. A future filled mostly with heart disease. Delicious, delicious heart disease.

Purim's not for another couple of weeks, but you can still celebrate by jamming to the Maccabeats and their spin on Pink's Raise Your Glass!

She didn't even cry when Wash died? He was dating a robot.

Check out these pups looking their best on Fat Tuesday. It's easy for dogs to get beads at Mardi Gras! Their owners will place necklaces around their necks whether they like it or not! No flashing required.

A long time ago in countries far, far away, these Star Wars movie posters were hung. Apparently West Africa is a big fan of the television movie, "Ewoks: The Battle for Endor."

Mardi Gras has got nothing on Carnival. It's all the pageantry of Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade with all the debauchery of Fat Tuesday.

Fat Tuesday is all about excess! Here are some yummy traditional Mardi Gras foods for you to drool over. Eat, drink, and be merry! (And repent tomorrow.)

Federal prosecutors, in the upcoming perjury and obstruction of justice trial of Barry Bonds, will show these photos of the baseball star in an attempt to prove he was lying under oath about taking steroids. They span from his slender days as a college player in the early '80s to his final professional season as a human mountain in 2007. The one of Bonds in an open bathrobe and gold chains seems to just be for fun.

Available at FAO Schwarz for only $24,999.99. Looks like a mass crucifixion in pink.

Even the most ruthless of dictators look cute in sloth bodies. I think Sloth Jong Il is my favorite.

I prefer the 8-bit soundtrack over this realistic depiction of Mario running into things.

Aloha, tourism!

A DVD of "Taken" that has the same effect as a fist full of Cialis washed down with a warm glass of Extenze. If this director's cut of "Taken" lasts more than four hours, call your doctor.

If you like hair (a little too much), then this is the place for you! The Hair Museum of Avanos, in Cappadocia, is something out of a horror film. The walls, ceiling, and all other surfaces, except the floor, are completely covered with locks of hair from over 16,000 women. I've already booked my trip!

Evolution in action!

Alan Simpson, former Wyoming senator and co-chair of The Deficit Reduction Commission, is concerned that our nation's grandchildren are listening to the Enema Man and Snoopy Snoopy Poop Dog. The kids these days with their hippin' and their hoppin' and their snoopin' and their poopin'.

I think Charlie just found his official anthem. WINNING.

Colorado resident wackjob, Rosina Kovar, delivers an inspiring and informative testimony against civil unions.

The internet just peaked, people.

I'm sure he did just fine on that test. It's all about the "extra-credit."

Spun uncontrollably skyward and driven brutally into the ground!

Shelley Duvall, creator of Faerie Tale Theatre, tells us who she is.

Is it me you're looking for? These clever but useless flyers are popping up all over the internet, and this may be the best one yet.

Free Glamour tote bags?

To hug or to devour?

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