In the series’ final installment, you go hunting for the trickster deity who started it all.
“Most of the best people are dead.”
That kind of goes for most of the worst people too, seeing as most of whoever’s existed has died, but it’s still catchy. It’s also typical John Cleese.
Cleese went on Fallon last night and talked about old age and impending death. Surprise surprise, he does so using surreal humour.
The seventy-seven year old (he has trouble remembering that at first) is going on tour in the US with screenings of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Possibly more affronting than the f-bombs Cleese casually lobs into the conversation is the fact he says he doesn’t like the film. He must be lying, right? Read more…
A great many people felt a sinking feeling when Donald J. Trump won the race for president of the United States last November. For a select few, it meant they didn’t get to strip on TV. Lose-lose situation.
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Memes are great, but maybe don’t use them to be a total jerk.
Twitter user Leyton Mokgerepi tried his best attempt at a popular meme format on Tuesday, but failed miserably and publicly in his attempt.
The comparative format’s pretty simple and can be applied to a variety of situations, however, this version is pretty gross and exists only to body shame women. “Girls that I like vs girls that like me,” the post reads, along with images of two women.
While comparative memes are often meant to be used in a self-depreciating or sarcastic manner, Mokgerepi’s version is sexist, and crossed a major line when he used two images of real people, and shamed the woman on the right for her body type. Read more…
A teen is receiving praise on the internet after returning a wallet he found with $1,500 cash inside.
Melissa Vang posted a short clip to Facebook on Friday showing a young man waving a wallet at the security camera pointed at her front porch. After a few moments, the teen leaves the wallet on the home’s welcome mat, and slowly takes off.
“My husband dropped his wallet (with hundreds of dollars and all his credit cards) in our drive way and this gentleman picked it up and left it at our doorstep,” Vang wrote on Facebook.
The woman later tracked the young man down, and says she thanked him and rewarded him with $150 for his actions. Read more…
The city of Colorado Springs is in crisis over the unknown runner who’s tearing across the city and leaving a trail of poop in her wake.
Dubbed the “Mad Pooper,” the unidentified runner was the subject of an excellent KKTV segment that details her reign of terror.
Per the local news affiliate, the runner consistently defecates on the sidewalk outside a local family’s home. Homeowner Cathy Budde says she’d expected an end to the madness after confronting the runner in person one fateful day.
“I thought for sure she’s mortified, it was an accident, she’ll go get a dog bag, come back, clean it up, and never run here ever again,” she said. “Not the case.” Read more…
Just because you’ve won a shiny, golden Emmy award does not mean you can’t enjoy a cheap burger from time to time.
Aziz Ansari knows this. Following his win at the 69th Emmy Awards, the man behind Master of None decided to celebrate his show’s big win with some grub at the classic Los Angeles attraction, In-N-Out. Still looking fresh in his tux—and with his Emmy in hand—the actor strolled in and ordered as if he hadn’t just helped make history at the annual ceremony hours before.
Everyone receives an odd email every so often, but when it’s from a trusted site like Amazon and it’s sent to masses, people tend to freak out a little.
Sometimes after 4:30 p.m. ET Tuesday afternoon, Amazon apparently sent a mass email to an unknown number of people, informing them that “a gift is on its way.” But before anyone could count their blessings that the Amazon gods or a kind soul were gifting them some free stuff, the message was promptly ruined by a baby wearing a diaper.
“Hello Amazon Customer,” the email reads. “Someone great recently purchased a gift from your baby registry!” Read more…
Harrowing footage has emerged of a dam that failed in the Xaysomboun Province of Laos, sending construction workers running for their lives.
According to government news agency KPL, the Nam Ao Hydropower Project was currently under construction when it broke on Sept. 11, flooding lower lying farmlands.
Officials of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment are currently investigating the cause of the failure, but it is believed that heavy rains damaged a sub-reservoir, which caused the dam to break. The main reservoir was not affected. Read more…
Serena Williams been a mother for less than a month and she’s already blessed us with an entire baby Instagram, videos, and more starring none other than the young legend herself, Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.
The tennis star took some time to pen a letter to her mother, tennis coach Oracene Price, which she shared with the world on Tuesday. In the Reddit post (which, let us not forget, was co-founded by Williams’ fiancé, Alexis Ohanian), the new mother shares her thoughts on body image in the light of raising a daughter that has her “exact same strong, muscular, powerful, sensational arms and body.” Read more…