April 1, 2012
Granted, the competition is slim and none. Still, pretty funny.
Wrestlemania 28 happened last night. It's always been a weird weird night in wrestling; here are the 10 weirdest moments in Wrestlemania history.
A new USA TODAY/Gallup poll of swing state voters out today finds President Obama leading likely Republican challenger Mitt Romney 51%-42% among registered voters, largely due to a huge gender gap, beating Romney by a 2-1 margin among women voters. In 1994, Romney also found himself in a deficit among women, tying his opponent Ted Kennedy at 49% among men, but losing female voters by 24%.
The colors were bright (probably something having to do with the neon orange carpet) and the assortment of celebrities seemed almost completely random. Enjoy this collection of a weird array of famous people wearing, for the most part, weird clothes.
Another big win from whoever those people are who make all the funny signs.
Biebs got slimed from every angle alongside Will Smith at last night's Kids Choice Awards. It was pretty glorious.
Time for some really pointless multi-tasking.
By a 12-year-old, no less. His name is Tom Schaar, and, sure, this is a mega-ramp, but still - that's a full 1080 degrees more than I can do on a skateboard, and I've had 21 more years to practice it.
April Fool's Day: You're doing it wrong.
Today, we are all this raccoon with a sock on his head.
Cats have begun (or more accurately, continued) their Internet takeover with a series of dangerously persuasive feline propaganda posters over at deviantART. Is this an April Fools prank, or the moment that we have all been secretly dreading? Go here for your mandatory brainwashing.
The King took to Twitter to issue his pronouncements. He likes... Toronto?
Spring is here! Hence, dancing cows, I guess. Cows are cute, right?
Sacreblew-it! Ah, the dangers of using cheap stock photography.
Activists tweet that "May Day" is a no-go. It's an April Fool's joke, but others weigh in: "This is actually really smart."
"Ready to reveal a side you haven't seen before." How worried is NBC about losing in the ratings while Katie Couric co-hosts Good Morning America? This worried.
Brandon Jennings is one of the most exciting and frustrating players in the NBA. Why? Plays like this.
"Once it’s fixed, it’s fixed. It’s a simple surgery. It’s not an end of my career.” There is a chance Lin could return for the playoffs, should the Knicks make it that far and get out of the first round.
Check out these fandom GIFs of popular franchises, like "Lord of the Rings" and Harry Potter, as if they were "Hunger Games" districts. Here's an explanation of the district numbers. The sad part is, EVERYONE DIES.
Kansas forward Thomas Robinson threw down this dunk with a scream so epic, we figured it shouldn't be limited to basketball. Who needs a Wilhelm scream if you have a Robinson scream?
Or was last week's hubbub on the Supreme Court steps just a nostalgia trip. "We've matured into Tea Party 2.0," says Kremer.
Wait, what now? What about the Olympics?
As Kentucky put the nail in Louisville's coffin, Anthony Davis decided to jump out of the gym. Holy crap.
Be wary of him. He goes to Final Four games, stands behind coaches, and signals his dastardly plans with his eyes. We're already doomed.