So, we saw this on the Huffington Post and one thing is for sure: RABBITS ARE OUT TO DESTROY US.
Either that, or it's Okunoshima, the Japanese tourist town otherwise known as "Rabbit Island." Definitely feed the wild bunnies while you're there...
I spit my soda out this was so funny. I'm not sure what was funnier; Dennis Rodman buying a one way Ticket to North Korea, Mike Tyson giving Evander Holyfield back his ear or Bret Favre shoving back his pie and saying "A man's gotta know when to walk away...
If you know anything about us here at TheFW, it's that we love a good, harmless prank. Cell phone crashing and embarrassing people with talking elevators are just a couple we particularly fancy. Basically, we'd like to think of ourselves as joking experts. So when we recently came across a prank we've never before encountered, we took a humble blow to our humor egos and laughed our pants off.
We all strive to better ourselves throughout our lives. Some people strive to be beautiful, smart or funny. Often times if you are beautiful it can bring happiness and money into your life. If you are smart it will definitely bring more money into your life and if you are funny your overall happiness will skyrocket.
John Shearer Getty Images Most people say a good sense of humor is an important thing to look for when they're dating. But according to an article from "Psychology Today", a "good sense of humor" doesn't mean the same thing to men and women.
According to at least one study, women are drawn to men who crack jokes and come up with funny comments, because it's a sign they're sma
It started a few months ago in Seattle, when would-be masked crusaders came out of the woodwork, taking on crime in the city (and in one instance bravely stopping a man who was exposing himself on a city bus). So how are the heroes doing now?
To put it bluntly: not so super. Just ask "Phoenix Jones, the Guardian of Seattle," who got clocked in the face and threatened with a gun over the