Hilarious 'Disney Bitches' Shows How Fun It Can Be To Play Dress Up With A Strong Feminist Babysitter
"I brought Disney bitches costumes for you and pantsuits for me to model other strong women and help you question narrow gender roles."
All. The Feels. (But not a lot of good ones.) Goodbye, How I Met Your Mother, you cruel mistress.
Uteruses before duderuses. Right, Sandy?
I can't look away you guys.
I'll take 1 of everything.
Still feeling blue about losing two of the best SNL cast members of all time this weekend? Deal with your grief with these handy GIFs. That's it. Just let it all out.
With a new director, a new script, and the news that this 4th installment will be taking place back at the original stomping grounds of Isla Nublar, let's discuss what totally and most definitely needs to be included in the upcoming Jurassic Park 4.
The stick figure of Marla is totally accurate.
Delighting literally everyone, everywhere, Glee's Darren Criss made a surprise appearance at "his favorite band's" rehearsal last night. The amount of ovaries that exploded due to this event is still unknown.
And what have YOU made today?
This spot on commercial parody asks the important questions for your road to recovery: "Are you ironic? Do you have a beard? Are you wearing a V-neck lower than the US economy?" #hashtag
BTTF, the abridged version.
Like we need an excuse to celebrate anything involving Bill. But in honor of the 20th anniversary of the release of Groundhog Day, here's 20 pictures of Bill being awesome. You're welcome.
"Life By The Numbers" shows off some impressive scientific facts in a really fun way, while simultaneously making us yearn for the good old days when Bill Nye the Science Guy was the only sexy scientist in town.
The epic story, in the way it was meant to be told.
As if there was any real question that he was a certifiable badass, here's video proof that Neil DeGrasse Tyson just wins at life.
It's weirdly unsettling to hear Charlie Brown drop the F-bomb.
If someone could just go back and dub all of Edward Norton's movies with John C. Reilly's voice now, that would be great.
It's a Christmas miracle.