11:47 am, September 10th | by Colette McIntyre
Hopefully this puts an end to twerking forever.
4:03 pm, September 6th | by Colette McIntyre
This is the most educational sex tape that you’ll ever see in your life.
11:43 am, September 5th | by Colette McIntyre
Thanks to a surprisingly touching eulogy Sarah Silverman wrote for her dog, today has become a lay-down-in-the-dark-and-dissolve-into-a-puddle-of-flesh-and-emotion kind of day.
2:50 pm, September 4th | by Colette McIntyre
“Ask A Slave” is based on Azie Mira Dungey’s experiences at George Washington’s plantation home Mount Vernon where she portrayed one of Washington’s slaves.
4:42 pm, August 30th | by Colette McIntyre
As part of The Bold Italic’s Facing Change project, Jessica Saia took eight long-haired men to a salon to get all the updos of your Barbie Styling Head’s dreams.
2:30 pm, August 30th | by Colette McIntyre
Unless you work in design, advertising, or for one of those bliggity blogs that they got on this here interweb that I keep hearing about, you probably aren’t aware of just how wacky stock photography can get.
2:29 pm, August 28th | by Colette McIntyre
“Cats on Film,” a new Funny or Die video written by the woman we want to be buried with, pharaoh-style, Julie Klausner and frequent collaborator Jake Fogelnest, is illuminating
11:49 am, August 28th | by Colette McIntyre
“Selfies At Serious Places” compiles snapshots of people mugging in front of their own cameras at the most inappropriate times and locales, like the young gentleman who took a self-portrait inside the gas chamber at Auschwitz and tagged it “#respect”
3:46 pm, August 27th | by Colette McIntyre
Before we begin, you should probably sneak into a cartoon villain’s secret lair, steal a comically oversized magnifying glass, hold said glass over the ocean, angle it in such a way that the intensified sunlight causes the water to boil, wait until the water evaporates, and take this story with all the dissolved salts you gather from the ocean floor.
4:42 pm, August 26th | by Colette McIntyre
In “Writer’s Cabin,” animator Leigh Lahav attempts to create the greatest TV show of all time.