I was fortunate enough to spend some time with Lil Jon while at Sundance this past weekend. Both of us were there for Oakley Learn To Ride with AOL at Sundance. He was truly an amazing, genuine, hilarious guy.
Clearly, this job rejection letter was preceded by Cadbury’s strangest job APPLICATION ever. Read this bizarre but hilarious response sent to a guy who either a) didn’t want the job that much, b) is crazy, or c) is awesome.
Barbara Eden, star of the 1960s sitcom “I Dream of Jeannie” won raves when she appeared in full costume to raise money for Aids research at the annual Life Ball benefit in Vienna. She looks incredible.
This exists! Someone put up a shrine to Amanda Bynes in the East Village, on East Ninth and Stuyvesant in New York City. They even photoshopped her face onto the candles.
This Boston pedestrian got photographed losing a war with their umbrella during the snowstorm. Not one but FOUR newspapers ended up using it. Click and check each of them out… See? Everyone IS famous for fifteen minutes!
Is Justin Bieber trying to toughen up his image? After recently posing shirtless and stripping down some at concerts, now a photo of him cupping a fan’s breast has gone viral. But what really happened?
Lance Armstrong used RUGS? Don’t we all?? Thanks, CBC News! Maybe this was all blown out of proportion!
In keeping with the idea that the Golden Globe Awards are the most fun awards event of the year, some nominees have posted their “I didn’t win” shots on WhoSay and twitter. Enjoy, because you probably won’t see much of this after the Oscars.
Honestly – this is genius. But I fear that if I tried this on someone, they would be SO startled they would fall on the floor and crack their head or something.
I always assume a paparazzi photographer that takes a picture of me will immediately realize that no one wants the photo and that they’ll immediately delete it. Not only did this man not delete it – he also uncovered my compulsive snacking problem.
Look! The stages of Hurricane Sandy, represented by all the incarnations of Olivia Newton John in Grease! This is only funny if Hurricane Sandy doesn’t do any damage. Until then, enjoy!
Gender inequality is the norm in Saudi Arabia, where women aren’t allowed to drive, and must be covered in public. Now, a chilling IKEA advertisement that has photoshopped out of all the women drives home how disturbingly real the problem is.