Well, the bear doesn’t know it’s called a bear-proof garbage can…
It’s been a quiet few weeks on the Taylor-Swift-Doing-The-Absolute-Most-O-Meter (patent pending), but that’s about to end. Her new album comes out in less than a month, which means she’ll be putting in overtime at being the absolute worst. She’s already been hard at work on her next music video, which will apparently portray her as some London girl that we definitely wouldn’t get along with. The London aesthetic is reportedly inspired by Joe Alwyn, the dude who Taylor is
Demi Lovato's new album, , is already getting major fan love, but there's one famous pal gushing about Lovato's new project too. For those wondering what Nick Jonas' response to Demi Lovato's album is, well, you didn't have to wait long. Jonas already hopped on social media to share his congratulations and love. Jonas posted an Instagram Story to celebrate the new album, sharing it on Twitter as well, where he tweeted: “Simply the best. @ddlovato released her new
This guy fell asleep on the couch while watching a movie. His friends thought it would be funny if they pranked him. So one of them slipped into a green suit, grabbed a chainsaw, and turned it on to scare him awake. He freaked out a bit, but they all had a great laugh in the end.More From this publisher : HERE
The gang of former Disney kids are fascinating. Anyone who is anyone these days started on Disney — Selena Gomez, Miley Cyrus, Cole Sprouse, Bella Thorne, and Zendaya are just a few. A lot of them stay in touch, but not many are still BFFs. One exception is Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato. They have known each other since and if you're wondering, “Are Nick Jonas and Demi Lovato friends?” The answer is hell yeah. That is not to
Remember that dress that blew up the internet a few years back? You know the one I'm talking about. The one that was either white and gold or blue and black, depending on how much weed you'd smoked that day the construction of your retinas or whatever? Well, now it's back, only this time, in the form of a pair of sneakers. On Wednesday, a Twitter user who has since deleted her account (but y tho?) posted a picture
Imagine if someone jumped into your conversation at a party without an introduction, interrupting you mid-sentence. That might strike you as odd or rude. But when we give someone the simple advice to "just go up and introduce yourself," we're skipping many of the nonverbal steps important to making a good impression. For most, connecting with other people relies on intuition. However, social interactions of all sorts — from just saying "hello" to a new acquaintance to interviewing for
Megyn Kelly won't be booking A-list guests anytime soon. Not only has the blonde TV personality been hit with criticism and poor ratings, it seems that celebrities are avoiding her talk show like the plague. According to Variety, a number of celebrity publicists are uncomfortable booking their clients for appearances on Megyn Kelly Today.
(CNN)A Canadian man who was freed along with his family after five years in militant captivity in Afghanistan said his captors authorized the killing of one of his children and raped his wife.His captors' actions were in retaliation for his "repeated refusal to accept an offer" from them, he said, without providing details on what the offer was. Boyle, his American wife, Caitlan Coleman, and their three children were freed Thursday in a mission that Pakistani forces carried out
Americans are helplessly, desperately "addicted" to guns. Or so a new Dutch comedy show has suggested.“Sunday with Lubach,” a news satire series hosted by comedian Arjen Lubach, panned Americans in a recent sketch that encouraged Europeans to be more sympathetic to our "Nonsensical Rifle Addiction," or NRA."NRA is a constitutional disorder caused by a dysfunction of the pre-frontal second amendment in the nonsensical cortex, causing patients to shoot people," the ironically somber narrator jabs to laughs. "NRA is highly contagious,"
Montia recalled: "I was intimate with Kevin three times in the course of maybe three days. It was fun. We just get along, we get each other, he's funny, I'm funnier. We had a connection, we had chemistry. We clicked. It was fun, he didn't try to woo me, it was just an instant connection." The aspiring musician also revealed the funny man wasn't drunk when the sex tape was filmed, but he was actually completely sober as it
In the Oct. 23 issue of The New Yorker, it was reported that President Donald Trump likes to joke about Vice President Mike Pence's long history of anti-LGBTQ views. In Jane Mayer's exquisite story "The Danger of President Pence," a source shared that Trump likes to remind Pence who's in charge and frequently mocks his commitment to religion (Pence is an evangelical Christian). Specifically, he jokes about Pence's need to limit the rights of women and LGBTQ people. Here's
(CNN)There is no heroic action, no patriotic sacrifice, no solemn occasion that President Donald J. Trump is unwilling to turn into a narcissist's stew of ludicrous boasts and dishonest attacks. And yet, somehow, he retains the capacity to shock many of us with his ongoing debasement of the American presidency. He said: "The traditional way, if you look at President Obama and other Presidents, most of them didn't make calls." He had a lot of other, better options. The
Whether they're creative, ridiculous, or hilarious, one thing's for sure about them -- they definitely aren't boring! 1. "Opened up my Finance textbook and found this dedication." Reddit / bagpiper98 2. "Skulduggery Pleasant: Mortal Coil" by Derek Landy Imgur / imasarcasticlittleteapot 3. "This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don't Touch It" by David Wong Imgur / vladmandingo 4. "Diary of a Mad Diva" by Joan Rivers Twitter / BrianFishbach 5. "I Wonder What I'm Thinking About?" by
Celebrities Are Sharing Their Hilariously Awkward Puberty Pictures To Raise Money For Hurricane Victims
Social media has been responsible for charitable phenomenons such as the Ice Bucket Challenge, which raised a reported $115 million for ALS research, the #NoMakeUpSelfie movement which raised $8 million in one week for Cancer Research and Kony 2012, the campaign to have the brutal Ugandan war lord taken down, which raised $20 million in one year – although Kony is still at large. The success of these campaigns all have one thing in common: celebrity support. Donald Trump,