Redditor dmundt posted this photoshopped picture of himself sitting next to none other than Kanye West. Obviously, we would love to have the opportunity to be seated next to Yeezy himself, you know, if he ever bothered to be on a commercial flight with us normal people. But what do you do during the flight?
Here are just some ideas on how to pass the time if you’re with Kanye West:
1. Tuck him in with his Louis Vuitton blanket as he’s falling asleep
2. Ask him if he would like some fishsticks
3. Ask him just how good is his music really is. We all know he listens to his own music
4. Ask if you could borrow that badass leather kilt of his
5. So, Donda?
Yup, sounds like a good ol’ time with Yeezy.
One of the best parts of being a kid is was the ability to believe in anything without feeling really stupid or weird about it.
A strange man comes on December 24th with gift for me? Cool. Turtles who are trained in martial arts live in the sewers of New York City and are guided by a large rat? Badass. You’re allowed to roam the free world to capture possibly dangerous animals? Can’t wait. When you turn 11, you might get a letter from a super awesome magic school? Please let it be true.
But there are those childhood mysteries that rattled our brain and continue to even to this day. Here are just some of the most bothersome cartoon mysteries to date:
1. What happened to D.W.’s Snowball on Arthur?
After having a really amazing snow day, Arthur’s little sister, D.W., put a snowball in the family freezer so she could remember the day. A couple of months later she discovers that her prized snowball has gone missing and starts interrogating everyone about it. Years later, we still don’t know what happened.
2. Why are Mickey Mouse and gang always wearing gloves?
3. And how come Goofy gets to be a human-like character but Pluto is just a dog?
While they’re both dogs and Mickey Mouse’s loyal companions, why does Goofy get to speak while Pluto is just a pet? Or, how does cartoon animal logic even work?
4. If Donald Duck isn’t wearing pants, is he just mooning everyone?
If you say it’s because his feathers cover up all his bits, then why does he cover himself up with a towel when he gets out of the bath?
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I never thought I would hear about a robbery at a Subway Restaurant, yet alone a robber dressed as a ghost. In Braidwood, Ill., a man dressed as a ghost, demanded a female sandwich artist open the register. Her coworker came to the rescue and threw soup on the poltergeist.
He then left Subway without any cash, only his soup-stained pride.
Maybe next time try dressing up like the Terminator or something a little more intimidating, LOL
Children Scarred for Life
Some children were scarred for life Nottingham after families going to see what they thought was Madagascar 3, but accidentally saw Paranormal Activity 4.
Even I haven’t seen that movie, just so scary. Apparently it opens with a really creepy scene where a ghost flies toward the screen. Needless to say, all the children ran out of the theatre, families in tow.
I can’t stop laughing about this. I am a terrible person LOL.
Moose in headlights?
As if seeing a deer on the road isn’t scary enough, how about a moose. An RCMP officer was in his cruiser in British Columbia, when a moose climbed onto the car.
The moose just picked a fight with the cruiser for no reason. It kicked the bumper, windshield and broke a window.
The officer was fine, the report didn’t say he sh*t his pants, but he probably did. I would’ve.
Drugs are bad mmkay?
If Mr. Mackey from South Park, can’t convince you drugs are bad, this story might. A New Jersey man, high on PCP, decided he would try and steal a car, naked. He failed, and was taken to jail. In jail, he bit off his own finger and swallowed it.
I think that needs to be repeated. In jail, he bit off his own finger and swallowed it.
He must’ve been really hungry. Drugs are bad mmkay?
Real life wanna-be-cannibal
There’s a new case developing in NYC where an officer has been accused of compiling a list of women he wanted to kidnap, cook, and eat.
Did I mention he is an officer? Why would you ever wanna do that? Yet alone, make a list?
Apparently he had a lot of women on the lists, some he even followed at their homes and workplaces.
It’s official, I’m never sleeping again.
It’s true that Justin and Selena do everything together, even getting beaten up in cartoon form on South Park.
Selena appeared on this week’s episode of South Park being punched around and hit in the head with a cookie tray. This follows Justin’s appearance on the show last season that features his head exploding while performing on stage. Gross!
Selena’s cameo on the notoriously inappropriate show leaves a sour taste in one’s mouth. Not too long ago, she was receiving death threats by a 46-year-old man, the Huffington reports.
Now, no one ever expects the creators of South Park to ever be classy or respecting of real life events surrounding celebrities. The creators have been torturing celebrities for years! Yes, the clip made me laugh for a moment but when you realize what Selena’s dealing with in real life the joke isn’t funny any more. I wouldn’t be surprised if Selena Gomez’ team tried to find a way to bring the show down.
Watch the South Park clip on YouTube.
On Tuesday, March 16, “South Park: The Complete Thirteenth Season Uncensored” DVD and Blu-Ray will be released nationwide by COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment. All fourteen episodes from South Park’s thirteenth season are available in this exclusive three-disc set. Roll with the boys as they save the economy, the whales, and a bunch of dead celebrities, all while discovering the joys of fish sticks. For them, it’s all part of growing up in South Park!
For the first time ever, the DVD and Blu-Ray will include exclusive deleted scenes and the bonus features include “Inside Xbox: A Behind-the-Scenes Tour of South Park Studios” and free codes to unlock character and challenge levels in the “South Park: Let’s Go Tower Defense Play” game on xBox Live Arcade. Episodes on the DVD version will be presented in widescreen format and the Blu-Ray version will be in full HD (1080p). Read more…
South Park, a Comedy Central classic, starts its 14th season this Wednesday evening. And yes, a Tiger joke is definitely fitting.
Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have included the South Park gang having a run-in with the infamous golfer. Also, to bring things to a new level of humour, there is even an animated version of Tiger’s public apology.
In a recent South Park episode, the creators of the popular cartoon series poke fun at Kanye West as they call him a “gay fish.”
The episode, which centers around West as an egotistical performer who has rooted desires to return to the sea and live out his life as a gay fish, did not spark a temper tantrum in the rapper. Instead, Kanye was humbled by the episode, according to mtvnews.com.
Kanye took to his blog to express his feelings about the public slamming and to let the public know he was not upset about the burn.
Could you trust the creators of South Park with a PG rating?
Apparently Paramount does, as they will be releasing Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s kid-friendly film, “Giant Monsters Attack Japan!” Though the film title was announced previously, details of the storyline only became available on Sunday, when IESB.net obtained this year’s “Black List” – the favourite scripts of 150 film execs and high-level assistants.
According to the Black List, this is the premise of Parker and Stone’s film: “Prompted by a corporate transfer, a father and son move to Japan and find that all the fantastic elements of the son’s favourite Japanese movies – Godzilla, giant robots, secret ninja cults, etc. – are a real and borderline mundane aspect of everyday Japanese life. Adjusting proves difficult, hijinks ensue.”
Scripts must be mentioned by at least two people to be included on the Black List. “Giant Monsters” received the minimum two votes. The film with the most votes, 44, was “Recount,” written by Danny Strong, about “A behind-the-scenes view of the 2000 presidential election and the scandal that ensued in the weeks following.”
Comedy Central has acquired the rights for Canadian reality/comedy series ‘Kenny vs. Spenny,’ with South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone helping to produce new episodes.
Kenny vs. Spenny will premiere on the cable channel Nov. 14.
The network has licensed 10 existing episodes, and Parker and Stone will help produce 10 additional episodes.
Kenny vs. Spenny features best friends Kenneth Hotz and Spencer Rice going head-to-head in a series of silly competitions. According to Comedy Central, “the winner achieves short-term glory and bragging rights, while the loser is forced to perform a humiliating stunt of the winner’s choosing.”
Previous challenges have included: Who Can Stay Naked the Longest?, Who Can Sell More Bibles?, Who Can Last the Longest Without Arms? and Who Do Gay Guys Like More?
Stone and Parker say it was the episode about Who Can Stay Awake the Longest that caught their attention, as they were pulling all-nighters to finish the movie Team America: World Police at the time.
“When we first saw Kenny vs. Spenny, we thought it was really funny. And the fact that they are Canadian somehow makes it even funnier,” Stone and Parker said in a press release. “Truthfully, the show isn’t just funny, it’s the most accurate examination of male friendships that we’ve ever seen.”
Perhaps South Park made one religious joke too many. At least that is the case for Isaac Hayes.
The deep-voiced singer-turned-South Park voice quit the animated show Monday, blaming its “growing insensitivity towards personal spiritual beliefs.”
Hayes has voiced “Chef” for nine seasons, since the show started in 1997.
“There is a place in this world for satire, but there is a time when satire ends and intolerance and bigotry towards religious beliefs of others begins,” Hayes said in a statement.
“Religious beliefs are sacred to people and at all times should be respected and honored. As a civil-rights activist of the past 40 years, I cannot support a show that disrespects those beliefs and practices.”
The show has poked fun at just about every religion, but an episode in November that joked about scientology may be what irked Hayes, who like Tom Cruise is a scientologist.
Matt Stone, who along with Trey Parker created the show, said that he has no problem releasing Hayes from his contract.
“In 10 years and over 150 episodes of South Park, Isaac never had a problem with the show making fun of Christians, Muslims, Mormons and Jews. He got a sudden case of religious sensitivity when it was his religion featured on the show. To bring the civil-rights struggle into this is just a non sequitur. Of course we will release Isaac from his contract and we wish him well,” Stone said in a statement, according to MTV.