C’mon Anne, you’re better than this. Did you learn nothing from Britney and Paris? At Monday nights’s eagerly anticipated Les Miserables premiere, the film’s star, Anne Hathaway, had a serious wardrobe malfunction as she emerged from her car. Now, we know there is the ethical matter of whether these photos should be released to the public, but, honestly? She was the one who chose to fly commando on the night of the season’s biggest premiere. Though we liked you as Catwoman, please keep your kitty cat under wraps, Miss Hathaway. Your ladybits aren’t going to land you that Oscar.
Apparently some peeps in Brazil thought it would be funny to scare the $h*t out of a few innocent elevator riders. And I cannot help but laugh hysterically when I see it! But, seriously WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF THIS HAPPENED TO YOU? I already have a problem with elevators because of my mild claustrophobia, but add this freaky little girl and her equally freaky doll and I. would. die.
Cue the warm, fuzzy feelings. Coca Cola has put security cameras to good use and captured little moments of people giving a little bit of their love. Coca Cola wants you to look at the world a little differently and notice all the kindness and bravery happening around you all the time.
What do you think of the campaign? Does it make you more likely to drink a Coca Cola now? Us neither, but the sentiment is nice.
“A present for my cat ‘Rufus’. He began to resent me due to painful ear drops to fix an infection. I would return from work and he would run from me! Now the ears are better I wanted to do something to show my gratitude for his putting up with my torture. Rufus loves boxes as all cats do so this is what I made for him.”
Karlie Kloss is no stranger to being the hot topic. After her nude pics and photoshopped ribs, you’d think she’d want to stay away from controversy! Well, Victoria’s Secret didn’t help her last week. They sent her stomping down the runway during the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show in this fringed leather bikini, an overload of turquoise jewels, and (the most important item of all) a towering Native American headdress replica. Not such a great idea, VS.
The Native American community was less than pleased (especially since it was a short 3 days after Gwen Stefani and No Doubt were forced to pull their music video because Gwen was.. yes, wearing a sexy Native American getup). Why are the Native American garbs taking so much heat? Among other offensive reasons, the headdress is a traditional sacred item that is being used as a costume. Native women are insulted that they are thought of as a relic/theme/trend of the past.
Victoria’s Secret has decided to pull the controversial look from the fashion show’s broadcast and any other press. A representative from the company told Huffington Post, “We are sorry that the Native American headdress replica used in our recent fashion show has upset individuals. We sincerely apologize as we absolutely had no intention to offend anyone. Out of respect, we will not be including the outfit in any broadcast, marketing materials nor in any other way.”
To make this all worse, November is Native American Heritage Month.
The bloody battle known as the election may FINALLY be over, but election night talk is not! What’s the main topic of discussion? Diane Sawyer’s slurs.. literally. If you missed election coverage on ABC News, you missed the cause of the the Twitterverse explosion! Of course the twitter handle @DrnkDianeSawyer didn’t get as many followers as the Romney’s infamous Binders Full Of Women, but people still talked (and for good reason). The journalist not only cued nonexistent music and rambled her way through the program, Ms. Sawyer pronounced our President’s name as “Barack Orama” ! Either someone needs a nice long nap or someone started celebrating a little too early!
Judge for yourself, but I think she was a little schwasted.
If only all United States citizens could be as decisive as Honey Boo Boo! She has picked her preferred candidate for President and she’s only 7. With the election only a few weeks away, there are way too many undecided voters (if they really are undecided) and not enough public figures encouraging citizens to vote. Of course Lindsay Lohan can’t make up her mind saying that her choice is “for now Mitt Romney… for now.” But where are all the other “Vote or Die” celebs that were so vocal during the last election?
Well, don’t you worry, because Miss Alana Thompson has stepped in and is voicing her pick for Prez. Jimmy Kimmel, trying to capture the antsy 7-year-old’s attention during his show, informed her that when Romney was asked if he preferred Snooki or Honey Boo Boo he chose the Jersey Shore star. His prompting led Honey Boo Boo to let the world know that she would choose “Marack Obama” for President if she could vote.
You “undecided voters” should take a hint from Honey Boo Boo (just maybe base your decision on something a little more important than their fav reality star)!
It’s hard to keep up with all the stupid comments on the Internet nowadays. Commenters are constantly trying to one-up each other with rants and raves and snarky remarks. Every once in a while, though, there is a web genius that sticks out of the crowd and gets the 15 minutes of fame he was seeking. Take for instance, one Richard Neill–apparently a Facebook comedian–who recently wrote a witty post on British maxi pad company Bodyform. His sarcastic comment, complaining about the unrealistic advertisements of feminine products, went wildly viral with nearly 85,000 Likes on Facebook! Aka he’s famous.
Instead of ignoring it or replying with a robotic answer, Bodyform responded to his funny rant with an ironic apology video with a faux CEO (drinking blue liquid) admitting, “We lied to you, Richard.” Why all the lying? It was to protect men from “the blood coursing from our uteri like a crimson landslide,” because men can’t handle the truth about menstration.
You must watch this hilarious video! Hint: the end is the best fart part!
BTW! Here’s what ol’ Richard said: “Hi, as a man I must ask why you have lied to us for all these years. As a child I watched your advertisements with interest as to how at this wonderful time of the month that the female gets to enjoy so many things, I felt a little jealous. I mean bike riding, rollercoaster, dancing, parachuting, why couldn’t I get to enjoy this time of joy and ‘blue water’ and wings!!” (Hey, can you blame him?)