Lana Del Rey thought she performed two songs from her new album back when she was the musical guest on ‘Saturday Night Live.’ According to her fans, however, it sounded instead like she “clubbed a baby seal while singing the Taliban national anthem” (totally not our words). But guess what? Del Rey (as impersonated by Kristen Wiig on ‘Weekend Update’) knows this and she’s sorry.
Ever wonder what those NBC Football guys do to stay relaxed when making their Super Bowl 2012 promos? As Channing Tatum and the ‘Saturday Night Live‘ guys found out, they only take about a few seconds to make, but you have to stay loose in order to get a genuine shot.
Meg Griffin from ‘Family Guy‘ seems almost too unreal. Scratch that, she seems almost too easy to pick on. Her dad, Peter Griffin, points this out every episode by making fun of her hat, clothes, personality… pretty much everything. Now it seems as though the girl we all love to hate might be based in reality.
Where did those genius creators of ‘The Simpsons‘ ever get the inspiration for those chain smoking, ‘MacGyver’-loving, Homer Simpson-hating twins known as Patty and Selma Bouvier? Well, we may have found the real, long-time spinsters.
There’s just something about NFL football that makes us want to slap on some war paint, throw back some beers and make drunken messes of ourselves. Some fans are clearly more into this than others and it’s those hardcore sports nuts that we all get our inspiration from.
Do you find it nearly impossible to understand what Kobe Bryant is saying during his post-game, wrap-up speeches? Yeah, so do we.
Thankfully, Charles Barkley has us covered. This weekend he revealed ‘Saturday Night Live‘s’ new app, which features Barkley himself translating all the mumbling of sports figures into coherent speech.
Here are a couple scenarios given out by Charles Barkley. See if you can figure them out. (1) You go to a restaurant, but you can’t tell if the chicken is organic. (2) You decide to vacation at your summer home, even though you already promised your friends they could stay in one of the five guest rooms.
These are what Barkley and ‘SNL‘ call “white people problems.”
Thanks to Vetstreet, we already know what to buy our hipster dogs for the holidays, but how should we dress them? Plaid, skinny jeans and ‘Harry Potter’ glasses? Take a look at some trendy pooches who are so over doggy sweaters.
A recent study claims that a lot of Americans aren't getting into the holiday spirit. Well, if that's true, then we think we've found the solution — cute dogs in holiday costumes! They're fun to look at and an excellent source of inspiration for dressing up your own puppies.
Why did the average American go online? For no particular reason (Ba-dum-bum).
Although this may not become the newest joke anytime soon, it’s actually a true statement. According to a new report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, 53 percent of 18- to 29-year-old Americans go online just for fun or to waste time. With 2,260 participating adults, it turns out that 58 percent of all adults go online for the same reason.
It seems as though teens have taken the flash mob to a new and criminal level by planning events called “flash robs,” during which they run screaming into a store, steal things in a frenzied mass and run out as quickly as they came in.
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