Friday night marked the beginning of a tragedy for the American people — an electrical storm hit the East Coast and brought down Netflix, PinterestandInstagram. You could practically hear the crazy stay-at-home cat people howling.
In celebration of Bravo’s relatively new show ‘Shahs of Sunset,’ which is basically a mash-up of the ‘Real Housewives’ series with ‘Jersey Shore,’ Sofia Vergara helped ‘Saturday Night Live’ put together a spoof skit that perfectly embodied the new series and the network’s official reality-show interviewer Andy Cohen.
Ever wonder how President Barack Obama or Kate Middleton let loose on St. Patrick’s Day? Well, for Obama, it’s a through glass of Guinness, while the Duchess of Cambridge enjoys Harvey’s Bristol Creme. Hey, presidents and royalty need to get their drink on too.
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up fast, and you know what that means? You’ll soon be crawling through pubs, plumping up your beer belly and pinching everyone not wearing green. Even if you’ve already got your costume planned out, chances are your pooch is feeling left out.
Whitney Houston‘s death came as a huge shock to everyone, including the folks at ‘Saturday Night Live.’ With such little time after the announcement on Saturday to pay tribute to the legendary artist, NBC was still able to set a side a moment of silence to remember Houston and all her contributions.
In the words of Ricky Gervais, “The Golden Globes are to the Oscars like Kim Kardashian is to Kate Middleton, bit louder, bit drunker, bit trashier, and more easily bought. Allegedly. Nothing’s been proved.” That was pretty much the host’s theme for the entire evening.
Why did the average American go online? For no particular reason (Ba-dum-bum).
Although this may not become the newest joke anytime soon, it’s actually a true statement. According to a new report from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, 53 percent of 18- to 29-year-old Americans go online just for fun or to waste time. With 2,260 participating adults, it turns out that 58 percent of all adults go online for the same reason.
It seems as though teens have taken the flash mob to a new and criminal level by planning events called “flash robs,” during which they run screaming into a store, steal things in a frenzied mass and run out as quickly as they came in.
Dr. Kim D. Janda, a Scripps Research Institute professor, is one of the leading experts, having made addiction vaccines his main priority for the past 25 years. “We view this as an alternative or better way for some people,” he tells The New York Times in reference to rehab programs.
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