Tara Reid is in Sharknado, so that basically makes her a marine biologist, thought the producers of Shark After Dark on The Discovery Channel because here she is on last night’s episode explaining where whale sharks come from. And keep in mind, this is after what Tara Reid considers research, so she doesn’t sound “like really stupid.” Long story short, she thinks whales are going around fucking sharks creating whale sharks which is ridiculous because they’ll be no match for my army of man-ducks. They’re wasting their time.
Not sure if I know how the game works or not, but you’re supposed to try to kick the ass of the OTHER teams, right?
Elevators… a great place for mindless small talk, usually about the weather, right? It’s a good way to pass the time while hoping that no one passes gas or that the cable doesn’t snap. Why not bust out a full weather forecast?
Here is all the proof you need as to the supreme intelligence—and busty good taste—of dolphins.
Warning: Some FUPA action in this one folks.
They’re right, the show IS like drugs.
An aspiring teenage rapper in Colorado is accused of threatening his roommates with a knife while recording a music video.
The 19-year-old man goes by the rap name, Adequate Advocate, and he was rapping about being surrounded by the SWAT team when a flash bang grenade went off in his home.
His rap went, ”Bring the motherf—— SWAT team, special weapons and tactics, operation. I’m not a criminal, I’m political, and right now… Oh s—! You heard the blast.”
Right before the grenade went off, he rapped, ”Police think I’m a fiend. That’s why right now literally they’re outside my house. Because my roommates done did it. Done thought that I was a misfit. Done thought that I had my wrist slit too many times. Done thought that too many people had left my mind.”
The video ends abruptly after the grenade goes off, with 15 marked police cars and an armored vehicle outside of the house.
He faces felony menacing charges, and he’s due in court Aug. 13.
The second half of the final season of Breaking Bad is coming up in just a few short days, and Bryan Cranston’s making his promotional appearance rounds. He brought his super creepy Walter White mask that he picked up at Comic Con and let Jimmy Fallon wear it while they had a staring contest, among other things. Greatness!
A guy named Jacob has a crippling fear of roller coasters. Naturally, that made his friends force him to try a virtual reality version. Jacob’s horrified reaction is priceless.
I don’t even get how you have that reaction when you’re missing the worst part of the roller coaster: Your bladder sailing upwards into your throat. Dude’s not even sitting down. I guess my point is if I’m going to traumatize my friend, I want to really make it burn.
Graham Hughes (and his seemingly limitless budget) might annoy you at first, but this video becomes weirdly hypnotizing the more countries he goes through. What a life.