If you want to know how to wash your cat with fleas, you can look no further than this video. Of course in all honesty, I’m being completely sarcastic.
This cat looks like it’s in absolute pain as its owner Dave Webster calmly washes him/her. I’m actually surprised Webster lasted this long. The cat was pretty much saying, “NOOOOO!” the whole time.
Somehow after seeing this video, I don’t think this made for good human/pet bonding time.
The company Abercrombie & Fitch has come under fire lately. And reasonably so.
A 2006 interview with A&F CEO Mike Jeffries went viral in the past couple of weeks, where he appears to have no conscience in saying something as insulting as this:
“Candidly, we go after the cool kids. We go after the attractive all-American kid with a great attitude and a lot of friends. A lot of people don’t belong [in our clothes], and they can’t belong. Are we exclusionary? Absolutely. Those companies that are in trouble are trying to target everybody: young, old, fat, skinny. But then you become totally vanilla.”
You can tell Adam Levine is serious about good music when he helps launch singers to stardom as a judge on “The Voice.”
But what happens when he takes the judging a bit too far? Acting as a super-demanding celebrity (we really doubt he is), it takes him a while to decide on a proper meal.
His decision at the end? A bottle of tequila and a tattoo gun.
Now that’s the type of decision I’d be down for
If you’re an emotional person, you better get some tissues ready.
At the request of his grandfather, Redditor stevieboy1984 turned to the internet community to see if anyone could clean up a scanned image of his grandfather’s photo from World War II during his service in the Navy.
Proving that the world can be a nice place, several Redditors offered their photoshop skills to help restore the photo. At the end of it all, stevieboy1984 received six variations of the photo before handing his grandfather a framed version of top commenter unhi’s submission.
It’s these little things that restore my faith in humanity. The Reddit community is awesome!
I must have had the attention-span of a cute puppy, because I am also entertained by the funny noises of a door-stopper.
There’s just something really addictive to seeing it go BOING BOING BOING.
Am I the only one to experience this? Yeah? I guess I’ll go hide in a corner now.
When you’re born double-jointed, it almost feels like you were welcome into a special league. That’s how I felt when I realized I could bend/contort my fingers in a strange way while disgusting those around me with my strange talents.
But in the case of this girl, she takes her double-jointed-ness to the next level. Entering a “Special Talent” contest for the Ellen Degeneres show, this girl has the ability to bend her leg upwards–ultimately making her leg look like it’s missing some joints.
What’s more is that she goes further with her talent, shocking her friends and her doctor (who by the way, said this was normal).
Check it out! I don’t know whether to be impressed or grossed out.
World, this is Rev. Rev is a dog that can sing along to Adele’s “Make You Feel My Love.” According to the description, his owner has been singing this song to Rev since he was a puppy. You got my vote, Rev, for the world’s best singing dog.
Ever find yourself really bored at Walmart? Of course you have.
It’s the story of every kid’s life: your parents dragged you with them and now you need to keep yourself occupied for the better part of an hour. For a store that literally has everything, the amount of things you can do to keep yourself busy are minimal. That is, if you think rationally.
Thinking rationally is never fun, so instead we decided to get creative (and slightly illogical) to think of some stupid things that could keep you busy at Walmart while your parents shop.
READ 12 STUPID THINGS TO DO AT WALMART
1) Use toys to re-create a scene
2) Play hide and seek
3) Say hi to random customers
4) Every time someone is paged on the loud speaker, ask “god, is that you?”
The past 24 hours have proven to be a busy news day for Canadian media, but amidst the Canadian scandals only one proves to have some international potential. Toronto mayor Rob Ford has been accused of substance abuse by The Toronto Star and American news outlet Gawker. Both publications claim to have reporters who have seen actual video footage of the mayor smoking crack.
It’s not like Torontonians needed a reason to be embarrassed by Ford. The internet has already made a mockery of him by turning a photo of Ford trying to kick a football into a meme and launching him as a viral video sensation after he walked into a cameraman last month. But we do appreciate that his current scandal has led to him landing his very own Taiwanese animated news piece. In it, the mayor is portrayed as running over little kids and partying with Toronto’s elite, which hilariously includes a beaver.
Contrary to this animated report, the people of Toronto do very much care about the irrational behaviour of Rob Ford. We even tried to kick him out of office for conflict of interest. Will this scandal, true or not, finally get rid of the city’s most polarizing politician? We can only hope.
[H/T to Uproxx]
If you live in Ontario and are 19 years of age or older, let us all breathe a sigh of relief as the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (the governing body that controls the selling of alcohol) has averted a possible strike, or how I like to think of it, the driest summer Canada would have had since the Prohibition era. Let us all celebrate by watching a super cut of awesome ways to open a beer before we go buy a 24 pack for ourselves this long weekend.
Everyone loves a good love story. How else could you explain the myriads of terrible dating shows and romantic comedies?
Late night host Jimmy Kimmel takes it one step further with his new upcoming segment The Baby Bachelor. It’s both adorable and very, very creepy because toddlers shouldn’t be dating each other! They should be thinking the other has cooties and running away! But alas, my heart melted as this too young bachelor gives one crying contestant a little kiss.
Dammit, Kimmel! Why do you make me feel these things?!
Why anyone would want to get rid of the world’s cat is beyond me, but freddiew‘s world is a dark place when the likes of Wiggles, the president of the United Sates, order a mass kitty genocide. It’s up to a group of kids to save the last cat on Earth. It’s not as easy as you think as military dogs packing some serious heat as they try to track down the precious cat. It’s life or death for these kids who probably spent too much time on the internet before the dogs took over.
But where, oh, where is the rest of the Internet crowd? You’d think we would’ve banded together by now to save every cat we can, or at least buy enough peanut butter to distract the dogs.
Doing stupid things with a shopping cart may sound like a good idea at first, but then you realize they’re not really made for speed or to support the human body. Whoops. This compilation video of shopping cart fails will make you laugh, cry, and question some people’s intelligence. Because no, jumping headfirst into a shopping cart ISN’T A VERY SAFE IDEA.
Kids, under no circumstances should you try this at home.
Have you ever wondered what it might be like if the internet was a big store? Well, even if you haven’t, prepare to have your mind blown by Neosignal’s music video for “Planet Online” that does all the imagining for you.
Picture Google game consoles, a Facebook race track, a robotic Firefox, a trojan horse, a Twitter toy set, and more games of the internet variety. Okay, so I imagined, and I admit it sounds pretty cool. It also sounds pretty cluttered, and in all honesty I worry for the children of the future if they all became actually things. The whole idea is kind of disconcerting. If it were up to me, kids would continue to grow up with Hot Wheels, Polly Pockets, and yes, Barbies because, well, they seem less creepy.
Bring on Downton Diddy.
It’s true, Downton Abbey has casted it’s very first black character and it’s the one and only Sean Combs, or as he is more commonly known,
P. Diddy, Puff Daddy or whatever he wants to be called these days.
In a Funny or Die exclusive, the rapper and producer announced the “news” that he is in fact the face of Downton Abbey‘s first black character. He even provided some exclusive footage from the show. Funny, it doesn’t even seem like they know he is there! Be careful Diddy, no one calls out The Dowager Countess (played by the perpetually bad ass Maggie Smith). I’d watch your back at Downton if I were you.
While this might be a spoof, it is hysterical and worth the watch. No one can deny the power of a good Downton Abbey satire. Remember when Colin Mochrie, Matt Doyle and Jeremy Jordan did a musical satire? Priceless.
Australian morning show anchor Karl Stefanovic strikes again.
The Today show host known for his bad puns, awkward interview with the Dalai Lama and making dirty jokes on air, Stefanovic pulls a prank on his colleague Roz Kelly. he was most likely channeling the movie Anchorman as he added an extra line in Kelly’s sports segment script. He somehow managed to put “how good are the [hash] cookies there” at the end of her soccer results report which Kelly obviously just had to read.
“See I read everything on the auto-queue. It’s like Anchorman,” she joked after the incident just as Stefanovic and his co-host lose it. She later followed it up with, “”Karl, you’ve won the battle. The war has just begun, though.”
Karl and Roz, I hope you both know the whole world will be waiting to see how your on-air rivalry unfolds. Make it count!
A Pennsylvania bus hit a deer Tuesday. Miraculously, the deer was seemingly unharmed as it crashed through the bus window, promptly springing up to its feet and frantically looking for a way out.
The deer had been crossing a street in Johnstown, Pa. when it was hit by the bus, according to Tribune-Democrat.com. The best bit, though, is watching the guy sitting all the way at the back of the bus who seems a little stunned and then decides to move his bag from the seat beside him, because that’s really going to help.
In any case, we might as well start cueing up all the deer jokes we can find.
New York and London may be enjoying their frozen bananas but the world gets to enjoy Tobias Fünke’s acting reel.
This YouTube video is everything we’ve ever dreamed of as Arrested Development returns to us via the magic of Netflix (it’s not like they needed a way to suck people in the first place but yay, Netflix for giving the people what they want!). While it would be better if Toronto got a Frozen Banana Stand to call their own, this is so perfect that I want to cry. Director Ron Howard also seems to be impressed as he tweeted about it:
— Ron Howard (@RealRonHoward) May 15, 2013
You too can insert Tobia Fünke anywhere you want thanks to this accompanying website, http://insertmeanywhere.biz/. First created to capture the imagination and attention of the world’s famous directors, the site gives filmmakers and those aspiring to be filmmakers the opportunity to use the talents of Tobias Fünke however they please. Have you ever dreamed of Tobias Fünke exploring North Korea with a magical unicorn by his side? You can make that into reality! What about him shooting out of a cannon in any James Cameron movie? If it is written, it can be done.
Thank you, gods of Netflix, for this glorious gift. I can die a little happier now.
As we’ve mentioned before, Russian dashcam videos don’t only capture meteors falling from the skies or people attacking other cars. They also catch nice moments that make you want to hold onto a small silver of hope for society.
This particular dash cam video is more of the latter variety but is also a little bit of the surprising former as you’ll see later on. In it, one father takes it upon himself to educate his young daughter on what to do in a car crash as they speed along on the highway. He doesn’t sugar coat the situation and gives her some important piece of advice. Just make sure to watch until the very end to understand just how important his own advice is.
Fishing is all about timing as Norman Dreger learned from one crafty Bald Eagle. He was just about to reel a fish in when the eagle swooped in and stole it from right under him—while it was still on his line! Talk about missing out on the catch of the day.