My favorite band of all time, They Might Be Giants, is now sponsoring little league teams. I wish I had a kid just so they could play little league for them, even though that’s really not a good reason to want a kid. (gothamist)
But of course, as we all know, kids always ruin everything. Okay, okay … Just in movies. Usually. (Film School Rejects)
It’s official! Mel Gibson got his weirdey, Octomom-looking girlfriend knocked up. Apparently booze doesn’t dilute your sperm after all. Also, Jeremy Feist is helping me out over on Webster’s today, so go on over and poke at him. (Webster’s)
Dan Carlson reviews the new CW show “Hitched or Ditched,” which proves that reality TV isn’t done “treating marriage like a cheap carnival prize.” (Hollywood Reporter)
The new tech guy at Cyberdyne is a little confused as to what’s going on. Thanks, Neon! (Cracked)
Oh. My. God. Nick Cannon gave Mariah Carey a “bald eagle” for your birthday, and if you — like me — thought that was just an endangered species, then prepare for the vomit to flow freely from your orifices. (Celebitchy)
Universal studios is rebooting the popular King Kong ride, which was I think my favorite one when I went there as a kid. Much better than that “E.T.” crap, anyway. What a disappointment that was. (Screen Rant)
Here’s the five best robot kill scenes. With clips! Yay! (CHUD)
Does anyone else here remember “Watchimals” from the 80’s? I SO WANTED one of these things when I was a kid but I guess my parents knew what a horse’s ass I would look like wearing one. (DListed)
If I told you a product called a “cockbib” existed, take a moment to ponder what such a product would entail before clicking on the link. (Zelda Lily)
Check out the celebrity gender switch experiment. Sweet Jesus does Hillary Swank’s face look creepy on a man’s body. (Holy Taco)
This story was too funny not to post. If you ever decide to propose to someone via cake, I can’t stress “spell checking” enough. (Cake Wrecks)
Here’s a clip from the new Comedy Central show “Michael and Michael Have issues.” Feel free to comment about how much you love Michael Ian Black and/or complain about how much you hate him.
|Michael & Michael Have Issues||Premieres Wed, July 15, 10:30pm / 9:30c|
|Preview - The Farting Butterfly Sketch|
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