What happens when you get stranded in an airport? You get by with a little help from Celine Dion, of course.
TINA! You fat lard, come eat your dinner!
Napoleon Dynamite turns 10 this year! And the cast reunited at a statue dedication in honor of the film.
Ha! I bet that is the only statue in existence with bronze moon boots! Mean while, how cute is Tina Majorino?
Check out the cast now!
Wait, where’s Kip? Somebody check the internet!
Also, for old times’ sake, check out Napoleon’s sweet dance moves! Remember when it was a thing?
For “Dumb and Dumber To?”
Check out the new trailer!
Here are some amazing facts as to why Honey Boo Boo is America’s Sweetheart.
1. Look at the little diva answer the phone. Can’t we ALL answer the phone like this?
2. There’s only one food group.
3. Seriously. Only ONE food group!
4. She’s pretty up to date on her pop culture.
5. She knows no man can rule her life.
6. Because she has a high sense of self worth.
and that is because she surrounds herself with good peoples
7. She’ll kick your butt!
8. She’s FLAWLESS.
You go Alana. Did you forget she had a real name. Yeah, me too. But, still. I adore her.
We could be hearing more Freddie Mercury? And a “sequel” to “We Will Rock You?” Yes, Please!
Queen guitarist Brian May revealed plans for a new Queen album featuring unreleased Freddie Mercury vocals from the Eighties. “I’ve just been doing something very similar because we found a few more tracks with Freddie singing and all of us playing and they’re quite beautiful. People will be hearing this work toward the end of the year.”
Asked what his favorite Queen song ever recorded was, May said the answer changes every time, but “my favorite at the moment is ‘Made in Heaven,’ which was never a single but it’s the title track off the  album we made after Freddie was gone with all the pieces that were left.
May revealed the album will “probably” be called Queen Forever, with the material primarily taken from the Eighties “when we were in full flight.” “It’s a compilation but it will have this new material on which nobody in the world has ever heard and I think people will really enjoy it,” said the guitarist. “It’s the big, big epic sound. It wouldn’t have been if we hadn’t have done this restoration job. We only had scraps, but knowing how it would’ve happened had we finished it, I can sit there and make it happen with modern technology.”
The guitarist also admitted that he has “secretly and quietly workshopped” a follow-up to We Will Rock You, the wildly successful musical based on the band’s songs. “We are working on a sequel, yes,” said May. “In fact, we’ve already very secretly and quietly workshopped, which means you stand it up and get people to sing it and act it. Everybody loved it, so we’re looking for a theatre and we hope to have a sequel out there at some point. More than this, I cannot say. It’s a little naughtier than the first one.” We Will Rock You author Ben Elton will return for the sequel.
1. The plastic table-like item found in pizza boxes is called a box tent and was patented in 1983. Most people in the biz now call it a pizza saver. Meanwhile, whomever “invented” this, is probably a billionaire, and that is not fair…..
2. Ever look at a familiar word for so long that it starts to look—and sound—completely strange? That feeling of seeing something for the first time, even though there’s nothing new about it, is called jamais vu. Oh, I see what you did there…. Ha!
3. Paresthesia is that tingling sensation when your foot falls asleep. Needles. I call it needles.
4. The string of typographical symbols comic strips use to indicate profanity (“$%@!”) is called a grawlix. Apparently, this is a thing. Google it.
5. The small, triangular pink bump on the inside corner of each eye is called the caruncula. It contains sweat and oil glands that produce rheum, also known as “eye crispies,” “sleep,” and “tear rocks.” I’m totally using this in everyday conversation. “Hey…you got a little rheum in your caruncula.” Let the weird stares begin.
6. Another word for playful banter is badinage.
I know must apologize for the next picture. Especially is you suffer from Ophidiophobia.
7. What do you call a group of rattlesnakes? A rhumba.
8. To waste time by being lazy is to dringle. So maybe it should be called “DringleBook.”
9. An agraffe is the wire cage that keeps the cork in a bottle of champagne. Tell all your classy friends! Who knew?!
10. Those back flaps on a bra are called wings. Why aren’t they just called “back flaps?” And I guess I have no idea what they’re talking about here. There are back flaps on bras? What is the purpose? Help?!
11. A single slice of bacon is called a rasher. More importantly, why do we need this word. Who eats just a rasher? I want to know what like 5 pieces of bacon are called. I blame the Brits.
12. The web between your thumb and forefinger is called the purlicue (and is pronounced just like “curlicue”). Acupuncturists say pinching it will make headaches go away. This actually works and you should try it!
What are some of your favorite extra ordinary/extraordinary words?
…and meet a fun, new character!
Read the full article and get more information here.
Meet the NEW McDonald’s characters. A couple weeks ago, we met the new Ronald.
Now… meet the new Happy Meal mascot. His name is “Happy.”
Yup. I, too, think his name should be “Creepy.”
Look at those EYES!
Look at that MOUTH!
Weird… Maybe they’re trying to capitalize on the “Minion” phenomena from the Despicable Me movies…?
Why do I care? Because these characters were part of my child hood and I don’t like change….
Brad Pitt is one cool dude!