Red Cup Living (yes, that really is a brand name) has come out with a set of washable drinkware that mimicks the classic party essential: the red cup.
Not only are Red Cup Living’s glass version sturdier, but they are dishwasher safe. They also cost $4-10 dollars per cup.
I’m sorry…what? Is this a joke?
This is so ridiculous it’s funny. I understand washable red solo cups, but a whole glass set modeled after the cup? Who wants to drink wine out of a class modeled after the Red Solo Cup? Not I.
However, this does seem the dream of a college partier. With the set you can feel like a college student whenever you drink, even if it’s a glass of diet soda.
I understand the appeal I guess, but it’s just not for me.
The only thing more ridiculous thing than Red Solo Cup, is this song:
WTF is the Illuminati and how is Mac Miller connected to it? He sat down with @Jordans_Life to reveal the little he knows about WORLD CONSPIRACIES. Mac also talked about Drake showing up at his show with his entourage, which is pretty trippy since Mac is a huge fan. It’s always a party at Mac’s concerts. On his way in Jordan spotted tons of hot girls outside and ambulances rolling in and out.
As if the hangover wasn’t bad enough Belgian cyclist Gijs van Hoecke was sent home after drunken photos of him surfaced in several British and Belgian newspapers. The Belgian Olympic Committee made the decision to send him home after consulting the leader of the Belgian cycling squad.
The 20-year-old was photographed on Tuesday night stumbling toward a car with the help of his teammates, wearing wet pants, with his eyes closed. He already finished his race, coming in 12th place at the men’s omnium and just wanted to celebrate…. maybe a little too hard.
Can’t an Olympian hold their liquor these days?
Hoecke told a Belgian daily called Het Laatste Nieuws: “I made a big mistake. I’m happy my parents didn’t tell me off. They understand that I needed this.”
There were probably more discreet ways for the guy to have some fun. That said, can’t we give him a break?
In the meantime, his teammates provide us with a helpful guide to helping a drunken friend:
1. Firmly grasp an arm so the boozy partier will feel safe/protected. It will also prevent them from toppling to the pavement, which would result in you expending more energy to pick them up. Carry their cell phone and wallet in your pockets so they don’t get lost.
2. When applicable, navigate. Point your fingers in the direction you’re going to guide your friend. If their eyes are half closed, accompany your exaggerated gestures by narrating your movements in a loud voice. Always carry water. Read more…
Chris Brown should be having a bad day. In fact, he should be having a bad life considering the fire he has come under since he assaulted Rihanna in February. But despite his sentencing yesterday (five years probation, a restraining order from Rihanna, domestic violence courses, 6-months community service), and the release of the official police report from the incident (a brutal account of his relentless attack on Rihanna), Brown has still found time to dress up, hit the recording studio and party.
First, Brown was seen entering the Record Plant Recording Studio in L.A. yesterday shortly after his hearing. Pictures on TMZ.com show Brown had changed from his three-piece suit into a hip vest and oversized yellow heart broach. Not exactly non-chalant.
In the same outfit hours later, Brown was seen partying at Guys and Dolls in Hollywood. The photos on TMZ.com show Brown surrounded by several women – shockingly – and actually enjoying himself. This comes after a statement from the probation report in which Brown said he has been “depressed” since the February incident.
If I could party with any celebrity, it would be The Black Eyed Peas. And I think that’s exactly what they are going for. After all, they have managed to make a living off it.
Their latest album, The E.N.D. is a self-proclaimed party soundtrack and has skyrocketed them to the top of the Billboard charts in a record-breaking leap. Between singles “Boom Boom Pow” and “I Gotta Feeling”, BEP clocked in 20 weeks up there, beating legends like Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
The record isn’t a new theme for the group who have made a name for themselves with songs like “Let’s Get Retarded” and “Pump It”. Not much has changed in the four years since their last release. Except the resurfacing of mainstream electro-house music, which the peas were exposed to on various world tours and quickly adapted to fit their hip-pop repertoire thanks to guest DJs like Mstrkrft and Crookers.