Creative places…

Admit it….

And though the bathroom experience is not always exciting, These toilets aim to make the experience more exciting… 

Check out some of my favorites below and the full list HERE.

1. The Ski-Slope Bathroom

The Ski-Slope Bathroom

2. The Ice Restroom

The Ice Restroom

 

4. The Solid-Gold Throne

The Solid-Gold Throne

6. The Glass-Bottom Bathroom

The Glass-Bottom Bathroom

thefw.comThe perfect compliment to a room most preoccupied with YOUR bottom.

7. The Underwater Bathroom

The Underwater Bathroom

11. The One-Way-Mirror Palace

The One-Way-Mirror Palace

 

13. The Outdoorsy Bathroom

The Outdoorsy Bathroom

 

15. The Surprise Bathroom

The Surprise Bathroom

Not only can it propel you onto the stage for the Superbowl halftime show, but it can also hide below ground when not functioning as a public toilet.

16. The Indoor/Outdoor Bathroom

The Indoor/Outdoor Bathroom

Reddit.comGet a tan while you do your business!

 

18. The Garden Toilet

The Garden Toilet

19. The High-Rise Bathroom

The High-Rise Bathroom

 

21. The Comic Book Bathroom

The Comic Book Bathroom

 

23. The Gamer’s Paradise

The Gamer's Paradise

24. The Tropical Challenge Bathroom

The Tropical Challenge Bathroom

Jimmy and Jen…can’t go wrong…

I don’t care what anyone else says…I still think Jennifer Lawrence is fantastic. 

I only say that because I hear that folks are getting tired of her. Want to know what I want to say to those people?

 

Anyways- J Law was on the Tonight Show with Jimmy the other evening and they played a fun game of “Box of Lies”. 

Except they spent more time laughing at each other than actually playing the game. Which I was totally OK with. 

Check it out!

 

 

TGIF yall!

Once Upon a Time….

I really need to stop doing this…

First it was “The Walking Dead”. Now it’s “Once Upon A Time”.

What will be my next binge addiction? Will I ever learn to just say no to Netflix/Hulu Plus? 

So what happens is this… (and I’m sure I’m not the only one that this happens to)

I get bored with normal TV, and decide I should surf Netflix and see what’s available. Which is how I found OUAT. First episode..not too bad, lets see what happens next…that was good too….and before I know it the show has sucked me in. 

To the point where I am sneaking in bits and pieces of episodes during my lunch hour on my phone and ignoring what the DVR is recording that evening. 

It’s fun, it’s fantastic…it’s like a great novel that you don’t want to put down! 

but then….

you catch up. 

and now you have to wait along with everyone else for the next season to start. 

I don’t know if I can handle this! 

True, I keep hearing about other amazing TV shows (I’m looking at you Breaking Bad and House of Cards) that could fill this void… but I don’t think I’m ready for a replacement just yet. 

So I will be busy scouring the internet for fan sites and OUAT theories. Here’s one of my favorites from EW. I pretty much had these same questions fill my head after the OUAT finale…

Until then….

What are your favorite shows/series that you have “binge” watched? 

In case you forgot….

Thank you Buzzfeed… for all your ridiculous quizzes.

First, they were fun “who are you?” quizzes. Yeah, I can get behind those, and several of my results I was very fond of. (pretty much anytime I got Tina Fey in some form or fashion.) 

 

Now they’ve turned into ridiculous lists of “How____are you” and it’s getting out of hand.

For example…. this one below:

Did you actually grow up in the 90′s?

 

 

Really? 

 

Don’t get me wrong, I still took the “quiz” and aced it….but if you can’t remember when you grew up, there may be some deeper problems. 

Just sayin’ :)

Happy Tuesday ya’ll!

Dumb and Dumber just got serious…

I am so thankful for those that have all this crazy time on their hands to put together stuff like this…

PS…can I borrow some of that time? 

 

Anyways- Someone took the great ’90′s comedy classic “Dumb and Dumber” and created a trailer which turns the film into a thriller/drama and it is fantastic! 

 

Check it out and have a laugh! 

 

This guy really loves the movie “Speed”….

So we all have our favorite movies….but this might be going just a bit tooooo far….

 

This guy….is collecting every VHS copy of SPEED that still exists. Yes…every single one. 

 

 

What started out as an idea for Christmas presents for the family, turned into this weird goal to collect all copies of SPEED. 

 

 

He also plans on turning his vehicle into a replica of the bus in said movie. 

 

 

 

OK……

 

 

You can read more on his “hobby” HERE. (I’d rate the interview PG 13 for some language and content) 

HAPPY MONDAY! 

I can’t get enough of this baby!

Seriously Prince George, can you BE any cuter?

 

So I’ve recently developed an obsession for judgmental baby faces. Sure, the smiles are adorable…but have you seen a baby throw shade? IT’S THE BEST THING EVER! 

 

 

So when buzzfeed posted a whole slew of pictures of Prince George and his judgmental faces, I almost died. Below are some of my favorites….

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facts about Nickelodeon…

Hey 90′s Kids! 
 
Here’s some super fun facts about the channel we all knew and loved, Nickelodeon! Check out my favorites below or click HERE for the full article.
 
 

Whether you preferred the drama of Hey Dude, the postmodern sensibility of Clarissa Explains It All, or the gross-out humor of Ren & Stimpy, if you were a kid in the ’90s, there’s a good chance your favorite TV channel was Nickelodeon. Here’s what went on behind the scenes, as uncovered by Matthew Klickstein in Slimed! An Oral History of Nickelodeon’s Golden Age.

1. Designer Tom Corey chose orange and lime green for Nickelodeon’s logo because they’re international distress colors.

2. There were many different recipes for the famous green slime that originated on You Can’t Do That on Television. A few key ingredients: Cream of Wheat, green food coloring, Johnson’s baby shampoo, vegetable oil, and occasionally cottage cheese.

3. Roger Price, creator of You Can’t Do That on Television, slimed kids for saying, “I don’t know,” because he found it annoying. And dumping water for saying “water”? That was just funny. After the cast started complaining about how much slime and water were dumped on them, they received bonus payments—$25 to $50 extra—for getting soaked.

4. The creators of Ghostbusters, released in 1984, tried to sue Price for stealing the idea of green slime. They dropped the lawsuit when he pointed out that he’d been sliming kids since 1979, so Ghostbusters must have stolen the idea from him.

6. You Can’t Do That on Television didn’t allow parents on the set. The kids weren’t allowed to take scripts home, either.

7. Nickelodeon Studios originally printed the blimp logo on its toilet paper. But visitors kept stealing it, so they switched to plain.

8. The Double Dare set was designed to look like a bathroom.

 

Courtesy of Facebook.com/DoubleDare

11. Double Dare host Marc Summers has OCD and sometimes struggled with all the slime and mess on the job.

13. Nickelodeon recorded a number of doo-wop bumpers, those short clips played between a show and a commercial, because research shows that kids respond well to doo-wop music.

14. On Pete & Pete, Little Pete’s signature red hunting cap was an homage to The Catcher in the Rye‘s Holden Caulfield.

15. Only Mark Mulcahy, who wrote and sang the Pete & Pete theme song, knows what it’s really about—or can easily decipher all the words.

16. There was almost a Clarissa Explains It All album. The group name: Clarissa and the Straitjackets. The first single: “This Is What Na-Na Means.”

17. The Midnight Society kids on Are You Afraid of the Dark? weren’t allowed to be shown lighting the campfire.

18. Alex Mack of The Secret World of Alex Mack was first written as a male character.

19. The polling for the Kids’ Choice Awards was originally done at amusement parks or McDonald’s.

23. E.G. Daily, the voice of Tommy Pickles on Rugrats, played Dottie in Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.