Nathan Bverbeez learned an important lesson when he was test driving his new camera: yelling, “sup, bro?” at a cow is never a good idea. Standing your ground against a cow is also a terrible idea because if you do, the cow will probably run at you. Basically, don’t be a dumbass around farm animals.
Dear Furby Living,
This is the most terrifying thing I’ve ever seen. Furbies on their own were creepy enough as it is with their large eyes watching you and their creepy little voices talking when no one has even said anything. They’re also just one step away from becoming gremlins, just add water.
So why in the world would you think it was a good idea to turn furbies into celebrities?
Furby as Taylor Swift? Creepy.
Furby as Nicki Minaj? She looks like she’s going to kill me.
Furby as Azealia Banks? This is the stuff nightmares are made of. Read more…
We all did it, whether it was crimping our hair, or wearing overalls with one strap snapped on and the other hanging, we did what was cool. All the cool kids followed these trends, but that doesn’t mean we want them back.
10. Hair Scrunchies!
What would make your ponytail look mighty fine, you ask? A big fat awkwardly wrinkly tacky cotton elastic of course! They almost looked like a napkin wrapped up in your hair. Worst part is I saw a woman sporting one just the other day at Taco Bell, which we all know is way to classy of an establishment to be wearing one of those.
9. Hair Mascara!
Just like the name suggests, you apply like mascara, but to your hair. You could have all the colors of the rainbow in your hair. For some reason I always liked blue hair color. Best part is your parents couldn’t be mad cause it just washes out.
These terribly simple pants came in every color and even fleece. They were a baggy staple in youth and teen wardrobes in the 90s. I’m pretty sure whoever owned the brand is laughing their ass off, cause they have to be the most unflattering pants ever, and we all bought them.
7. Overalls! Read more…
Japanese clothing store United Arrows has developed technology to get their display mannequins to mimic anyone standing in front of the display. Called “MarionetteBots,” the monkey-see-monkey-do mannequins uses X-Box Kinect technology to track a customer’s moves which is then relayed to a special motor which pulls the strings on the plastic dolls.
It seems that only in Japan that people don’t find this creepy at all. Have they not watched the episode with the killer mannequins? Trust me, it’s a lot scarier than it sounds.
United Arrows also just had to up the creep factor with an upbeat rendition of “I Wanna Be Loved By You.” Ugh, so much for sleeping tonight.
If you were just as confused as I was when you heard about Manti Te’o's hoax girlfriend, then this song by the Gregory Brothers will certainly help clear a few things up.
Mashing up a recent interview with journalist Katie Couric, this video features the Notre Dame football player and his family breaking it down for audiences through song. Who knew Manti had such a wonderfully smooth Samoan baritone voice? And who knew his father had such hardcore rapping skills? He needs a record deal immediately.
I don’t mind seeing happy couples because i’m not a heartless person. But when they choose to proclaim their love for each other in public (because let’s face it, it’s awkward 95% of the time), then it starts to become a bit too much.
Don’t get me wrong, I love that these two are madly in love. But we all know that choosing to proclaim your affections in public might just end up badly in the long run.
I wish these two all the best. But from one person to another, PLEASE DON’T DO THIS WITH YOUR SIGNIFICANT OTHER AND SPARE US.