If you're anything like us, you probably have no idea what day it is. Well, it's Monday, April 1st. Yes, it's April Fool's Day, which means that Google is planning to pull the wool over our eyes all day long...
We're going to take a moment to pretend we live in a world where these are movies that were actually made. The blog Thumbs and Ammo is comprised exclusively of stills taken from violent movies. Only the guns have been replaced with one or both thumbs up. Does this mean they were all comedies? Maybe just heartwarming tales of affirmation? Either way, they're hilarious.
We thought it was dead. Apparently we were wrong. Jon Stewart and the rest of the staff at 'The Daily Show' have made their contribution to Harlem Shake mania. At least they've put a bit of an original spin on the trend. Plus you get to watch Jon Stewart dance.
Remember when Valentine's Day was awesome? You spent all day gluing construction paper to a shoe box, for the sole purpose of having people stuff it with cheap candy and cards from the pharmacy. Now it's just Someecards on Facebook and the orange creams are all that's left in the Whitman's sampler in the office kitchen.
Here are some of those cards you maybe used to get in your shoebox, if the teacher was too depressed to make you make your own Valentines. Happy Valentine's Day.
To quote a friend, "1980s Steve Guttenberg: If Bill Murray can't do it, Gutt's your man." Let's take a moment to reflect on everyone's favorite '80s nice guy. A man who was described by Playgirl as "Cute, Cuddly (And Single!)." A man who needs no introduction, but if you do need an introduction you should probably watch this embarrassing video. A man who looks great in a silver wetsuit. Steve Guttenberg. The man, the myth, the star of 'Police Academy,' 'Short Circuit,' '3 Men and a Baby' and pretty much every movie that mattered between the years of 1982 to 1991. Need more proof? Get your Gutt on below.
We're having a 'Usual Suspects' moment here. The whole time we've been hearing quarterbacks yelling "hut," we thought it was a football thing. Turns out it's just been one gigantic advertisement for Pizza Hut the whole time.
It's the biggest sporting event of the year, and the ads of Super Bowl 2013 are living up to their expectations. Thank goodness, because the amount of money spent on Super Bowl commercials makes it really disappointing when they're not good...
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