If you don’t like this you’re REALLY not going to like their followup product “TweetCum” that husbands/boyfriends will soon have to take with them on business trips.
So wait, which one of the “women” was in drag? Or are they both? Or were they in the video to explain why the guy had turned gay? (Watching at work so I had the sound off…)
My theory on how People makes this decision: Their staff all write down a celebrity’s name, then they all chug sodas really quickly and whoever burps the loudest gets their celebrity on the cover.
It’s all very scientific.
General: “Those aren’t ideas, those are special effects!”
Michael Bay: “I don’t understand the difference.”
General: “I know you don’t. Get him out of here!”
There are two types of singers: those who love music and whose who do underwear commercials. The 2nd kind is commonly known as “underwear models”.
Methinks someone is overestimating her Q Score.
It’s no surprise she was eating with Russell Crowe, because there’s only 8 celebrities in Australia and when you’re a celebrity you can’t have dinner with a non-celebrity (duh!) so they just have to rotate.
I heard she already has a deal with Vivid to sell the birth tape. She’s denying it, obviously.
How am I supposed to know which comments are funny if I don’t see other people’s upvotes? I’m not qualified to make those types of distinctions on my own.
On a side note: I’ve been out of the loop. Are upvotes off because there’s a glitch, or because an executive decision was made not to allow a way to compliment people for their wittiness because it takes away from the purity of why people should want to post in the first place and/or they didn’t want people to get big heads? (I’m looking at you, FaceTaco!)
(Un?)-Coincidentally, I haven’t been able to log into Videogum for 2 weeks. Using both Firefox and IE Videogum doesn’t accept my password, and the password lookup function tells me I didn’t enter an email or username, which I did.
I just tried Chrome on a whim and the login worked. So congrats to everyone who was cool enough to get the memo (apparently) while excluding me for 2 weeks, I hope everybody enjoyed a good laugh.
Wait, that human statue was in AUSTRALIA? In that case, that was literally the least violent outcome imaginable.
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Matt Lauer hosting a game show where his entire job is to act superior as he condescendingly tells contestants what the right answer was by reading it off a cue card? How could that POSSIBLY fit with his personality and self-image?
I’m sure the Steve Wilkos show is fine, but I’m holding out for the spinoff show they’re going to give to the guy who dries his car at the car wash.
Yeah, it’s a good show although it’s also *completely understandable* that anyone watching the above clip would think it looked kind of hokey and stupid.
All this proves is that he’s not a witch.
And why did he sing his answers on that dating show? Why didn’t he just talk or whatever? And why do they use that guy Stefan as a tour guide? His recommendations don’t seem that helpful or whatever. And how did Elton John lose so much weight? Has he been on a diet or has he been sick? And why would women want to use a birth control device that was only 70% effective when there are better options?
First time I actually WATCHED an entire SNL since I got a DVR. ‘Nuff said.
The first X-Files movie basically ruined the whole series for me by finally “showing the aliens” instead of keeping things mysterious, so by all means, make a 3rd. We should also demand a 3rd Caddyshack, Meatballs, and Grease, what with the sequels for them being so strong.
I thought the trend was to have Lena Dunham play Cinderella in an ironic self-conscious way. I guess Disney couldn’t break her “forced nudity” clause.
…And that’s how babies are made.
Now you’ve got me wondering what an “elegant death” would and should look like… The only thing I thought was stupid about the way he died was that the car’s airbags should have saved his life easily.