This will at least make you smile today.
K-State band needs more “we’re gonna kick your ass” music like this:
Not bad, Chong. Not bad. He brought Cheech! You know where our votes are going!
Everyone’s a critic these days. The bat wanted to hear Bat Country by Avenged Sevenfold or something.
This weekend, the cast of The Simpsons gathered at the Hollywood Bowl for ‘The Simpsons Take the Bowl,’ a musical event celebrating the show’s 25th anniversary. A number of the show’s most memorable musical moments were revisited, but perhaps the most exciting was Conan O’Brien’s performance of ‘The Monorail Song,’ from the episode ‘Marge vs. The Monorail.’
Conan, backed by the Los Angeles Gay Mens’ Choir, was dressed as Lyle Lanley for the performance and paid tribute to Phil Hartman before breaking into song. Here are a few other selections from the envy-inducing event:
The greatest prank with the worst background music.
After Ozzy and Sharon were bombarded by paparazzi, Ozzy darted away and accidentally got in a stranger’s car instead of the one designated for him and Sharon.
You can’t really blame him because surely he just wanted to get hell out of that media blitz. Still makes for an amusing video.
Remember “Apparently Kid”? Ellen had him on her show and he was a hit. We think this kid has a future in Hollywood.
Mike Tyson ripped a talk show host in Canada after he asked him about his meeting with Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
The host said, “Some of your critics would say, ‘You know, there’s a race for mayor, we know you’re a convicted rapist, this could hurt his campaign.”
The former boxing champ said “I don’t have no comment for that, because it’s negative and you’re being negative…and I met the mayor. And there’s nothing they can do about it.”
He added, “It’s so interesting because you seem like a nice guy but you’re really a piece of s—t.”
Go to Instagram right now and I’ll bet you’ll find at least 2-3 “Starbucks spelled my name wrong” photos after just a few minutes.
Name misspelling is a common complaint among Starbucks drinkers — yet they have no issue paying $5 for a coffee. How could so many seemingly intelligent people screw up simple names like Don, Mike and Jennifer?
Now we’ve finally got our answer.
Here’s a Starbucks employee explaining exactly why baristas often spell names wrong.