Fake chef punks news peeps with gravy smoothies and potato cones

A fake chef managed to book himself on Wisconsin local news programs.

The creators of a touring comedy show called the Found Footage Festival introduced a guy named Chef Keith.

The fake chef made five TV apperances, ” giving tips for sprucing up ypur holiday lefovers, even though he wasn’t a real guy.”

He blended meat, corn, ham and other holiday staples into a drink and some of the hosts even drank it.

He mentioned to hosts that he was self-taught before giving advice to “Put on your corn sprinkles, and don’t forget the cranberry cherry on top.”

The prankster claimed that “everyone at the news station was delightful and thanked me for coming on afterward.”

He added, “They wished me the best of luck on my book. Bless them and their tolerance for putting up with an idiot both on and off air.”

Seth Rogen testifies before congress

Sure, there are plenty of jokes in his testimony, but it’s about a serious cause.  Rogen discussed his mother-in-law’s Alzheimer’s disease and his work setting up the foundation Hilarity for Charity, which raises awareness for the disease among young people.

This chick is gonna marry her bike, ride the new groom

Well, this is a bit weird.

A woman posted a crowdfunding campaign, to help her marry her bike.

She also plans to travel for 6 months, work on service projects, and develop a “Semester on Cycle” college program.

According to her Indiegogo campaign — $85 gets you in the Bachelor Party, $1500 gets you a Nude Photo of the Bride, and $2K gets you a pic of the Bride Riding the Groom.

The wedding will be a modest luau affair and the honeymoon road trip will last as long as her resources hold out.

She will couch surf, camp, budget $20 a day and blog about all of her progress.

Frisbee trick shots in Dubai

Dubai must be the best place to get this bored in.

Alice Cooper, Sammy Hagar and Bill Murray team up for gig

Alice Cooper is teaming up with Sammy Hagar for a fundraiser.

They will perform with former Guns N’ Roses and Velvet Revolver bandmates Slash and Matt Sorum in Las Vegas this week as part of the Kerry Simon Says Fight MSA benefit.

Money raised at the gig will benefit sufferers of the neurological disorder known as multiple system atrophy.

The all-star gig will also feature Vince Neil and System of a Down drummer John Dolmayan, while actor Bill Murray will serve as host.

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