This is how a proposal is supposed to go in Southport, N.C.: You head down to that fish bar by the water Saturday night, and take a walk on the dock with your girlfriend. “Hey, is that your mom?” she wonders, “What’s she doing here?” She turns around and you’re already on one knee, deftly whipping out the box containing your future fiancée’s engagement ring. Smooth. Flawless. But that’s not how it went for Matthew Picca, age 25.
CrossFit®, the name-brand fitness craze that you shouldn't participate in for several reasons, is still growing in popularity, with more WODs killed every day. And while CrossFit will get you in shape (if it doesn't give you a crippling case of rhabdomyolysis), it might not make you look like the badass you've always wanted to be. Case in point: These people.
With a DVR in every home and a YouTube account in every computer, it's become impossible for news bloopers to go unnoticed.
One little girl is in big, big trouble after she interrupted her anchorwoman mom's live broadcast in order to hand her back her cellphone.
Well, they did say that sooner or later God (of The Great Flood fame) would come to punish the world for the sins of the gays (marriage in particular), but who knew He would be so damn boring about it? Hours ago, CNN contributor Jeffery Toobin was lightly tapped by a possessed umbrella while proclaiming that "DOMA" may be "in trouble."
Last night, Hollywood had its first dress rehearsal of the awards season: the Golden Globes. As with most rehearsals, a lot of shit went wrong: audio cut out, teleprompters malfunctioned, and several women grabbed the microphone to scream crazy things into it; in another era they might have been burned as witches.
You may be able to stave off audible laughter for the first part of this blooper reel from a recent commercial shoot for Dysart's truck stop & restaurant in Bangor, Maine, but as soon as grandma starts fumbling her words and grandpa gets all LOL on her ass you'll be wondering if adopting grandparents is a thing.
It's been about six hours since the tragic shooting in Newtown, Conn., which means we're right on schedule for a tone-deaf corporate social meda account fuckup. And here it is: "Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of this terrible tragedy," K-Mart tweeted after the shooting in Connecticut. With these three very appropriate hashtags: "#PrayforNewtown #CTShooting #Fab15Toys."