Ever wondered why Gatorade showers were celebrations only limited to the football field? Basically,
hard wood + liquid = bad, bad accident
It’s true. Just watch this failed attempt in action and hope you never end up in that coach’s place.
Man, these terrible songs just keep outdoing each other don’t they?
Singing about six packs of beer,
abs of steel and doing p90x, this tune called “Six Pack” by Gifted and Twisted is now officially in the running for the worst song EVER.
I somehow think that this song is a joke. But as commenter MacDay000 says, “it isnt even good in satire.”
(WARNING: This song is not appropriate
for work EVER)
Here’s a surefire way to get rejected by every woman you plan to pursue.
Taking on the challenge to get rejected by as many girls as possible, this man chooses to use the worst pick-up lines the world has ever heard.
With lines like, “How do you like your eggs in the morning? Fertilized?” and “I just shit my pants. Can I get in yours?”, this guy seriously has no game.
But hey. I guess honesty is the best policy even when the guy comes off as a huge douche. For the woman at 1:38, his advances actually worked.
Do you think Simon Cowell is evil? Well it seems that he’s been like that since birth. He told some stories to Regis & Kelly this morning.
“When I was about four, I found the Father Christmas outfit. So I took my brother to the top of the house and said, ‘See, there is no such thing as Father Christmas’. My brother was about three at the time and he started to cry, and then I set fire to the Father Christmas suit,” he told Regis, to a chorus of boos from the studio audience.
He added: “I was horrible. I was really, really bad. A few years later, I bought a thing called a pea gun – they shoot peas. As a joke me and my friend and I got onto this bus and pointed the gun at the driver’s head and said, you know, ‘Take me to wherever I am going’.”
But his prank backfired when he and his friend found the cops waiting for them.
“When we arrived, there [were] about five police cars and they arrested me,” said Cowell.
As you can see below, a completely obnoxious and crappy song, combined with a really stupid music video. We certainly hope this is a joke. And if it’s not, the good news is how much worse can we really get in the music world? Maybe we finally have hit rock bottom? Then again, Vanilli from Milli Vanilli is making a comeback….
New York Post: “Displaying approximately 1½ expressions, the teenage Cyrus pouts her way through a fire, a wedding and a funeral — not to mention intervening in an abusive relationship, digging out guilty secrets and resisting overtures from her dad, whom she’s never forgiven for her parents’ divorce.”
Associated Press: ”Her dramatic abilities largely consist of two moves — scrunching up her face and staring wistfully into the distance.”
Metromix Chicago: “The worst movie star since Dane Cook. Her emotional range includes happy and mad and nothing in between.”
Boston Globe: “Allegedly, this is the film in which Cyrus gets all, like, dramatic. If by “dramatic’’ one means pouty, sullen, and cute, then OK. But it’s not tragedy you sense behind those big brown eyes. It’s a party in the USA.”
USA Today: “Miley Cyrus sulks and sneers her way through her first dramatic role. There is a modicum of chemistry between the rebellious Ronnie and the polite and ecologically minded Will (Liam Hemsworth). But, perhaps to hedge her shaky dramatic bets, about halfway through the movie, Cyrus bursts into song along with the radio.”