12:30 pm, October 29th | by Sarah Devlin
Oh, Lindsay Lohan, I am starting to think you are just trolling all of us as some kind of weird scheme to virally promote Liz and Dick. I see you, girl! While the rest of the country was battening down the hatches in preparation for Hurricane Sandy and/or poring over Instagram photos of the storm, [...]
9:43 am, September 6th | by Sarah Devlin
Bill Clinton delivered a 48-minute opus of a speech last night, thumbing his nose at his time limit and his teleprompter, and zealously defending President Obama from attacks made by the Romney campaign. It was a substantive, wonky and often very funny speech. But something happened during his remarks, just for a moment, that struck me as very sad.
4:00 pm, August 30th | by Laura Donovan
But I still find her wildly entertaining.
12:30 pm, August 30th | by Sarah Devlin
Remember when a Something Awful campaign successfully hijacked a contest to have Pitbull fly to a local Wal-Mart and give a concert, sending the rapper (who bore the indignity with good humor) to Kodiak, Alaska? Well, the bedbugs of the Internet, Reddit and 4chan users, found that so inspiring that they were moved to try again — this time by sending Taylor Swift to give a concert at a school for the deaf.
2:30 pm, August 25th | by Amy Tennery
… And put pictures of it on Instagram.
2:15 pm, August 22nd | by Amy Tennery
There must be something in the water in Missouri — because yet another Republican Senate candidate in the Show Me State is showing some good old fashioned misogyny.
10:45 am, August 2nd | by Amy Tennery
Ever told someone to “grow a pair”? Is it a vulgar thing to say? Sure. Inappropriate? Yea, pretty much. Illegal? Well, technically, it is now — in Italy.
3:00 pm, August 1st | by Amy Tennery
With all the recent debate over Photoshopping — “It’s bad for women!” or “It’s not that bad for women!” — I think we’ve lost sight of a simple truth: When terribly executed, Photoshopping is downright hilarious.
10:45 am, July 26th | by Laura Donovan
Most people wouldn’t want the life of “American Pie” main character Jim Levenstein: He has no game, gets stage fright, and is caught humping a pie by his father. But the only thing worse than being hapless Jim is wanting to be like the unfortunate character, and that’s what one pathetic teacher can say about himself.
9:09 am, June 2nd | by Lilly ODonnell
Everything about this photo is great — from the pristine white glove on the trigger to the hard-as-nails look on Her Majesty’s face, to the fact that she’s got someone holding an umbrella for her so her hair doesn’t get mussed while she’s busy being a complete and total badass.