Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
Ladies and gentleman, prime time prank season is upon us. Why? Everyone's so stinkin' happy around the holidays, and the last thing they'd expect is for an evil prankster to pull out hilarious (and sometimes mean) tricks.
If there's one thing that sucks about sports, it's lockouts. Lockouts mean no games on TV, no dude time, and a greater chance we'll have to spend time with our women learning how to cook cheese fondue and make potpourri centerpieces. That's why we've been pretty annoyed about this whole NHL lockout.
We're huge fans of music mashups, because there are tons of different types. Presidential versions and ones involving staplers top our list as favorites so far. There's also that Leo Dicaprio and 'My Little Pony' video that may or may not have weird-ed us out for a while. Well, recently we discovered another mashup artist who's upping the game by recreating a famous piece by composer and pianist Edvard Grieg. (Chances are you'll recognize the tune.)
Is it just us, or are babies working to ruin their innocent and adorable reputations? Sticking forks in VCRs or dumping spaghetti sauce all over the dog used to be cute, but now it's just... who are we kidding -- it's still cute! No matter what they do , wee ones can't help making us kid-loving softies, even if said kid rocks a mighty stink-face.
Just like our fellow testosterone-sweating, meat-loving friend Ron Swanson, we’re big fans of bacon. To put our love for the greasy snack into perspective, learning about the horrific pending bacon shortage sent us into a minor panic attack, but it’s difficult to fully encompass our feelings for the meat strips. Luckily, a bacon-loving middle-schooler has done that for us.
Last weekend, a bunch of celebrities gathered at New York’s Beacon Theatre for 'Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs.' The event helps support autism programs across the US, and what drives the impressive fundraising are the celebrities in attendance. These included Amy Poehler, Stephen Colbert, Carly Rae Jepsen, and host Jon Stewart.
When it comes to putting things in our mouth, we don't get grossed out by a lot of stuff. Unless our ladies are a little funky downtown, then that's straight up gross. But other than that, we'll kick back with an ice cold bull testicle beer or down a cup of cat poop coffee with no problem.
We really, really love 'Star Wars.' And by "love" we mean we're borderline obsessed. The only thing that could make it better is if small dogs somehow got involved. Which is to say, it just got better. These dogs display almost as much love as we feel for the fantasy franchise.
There’s one single treat in the history of all candy deliciousness that makes us feel so torn. Candy corn -- we hate to love it and love to hate it. How is it possible it can taste so bad, yet be so irresistible? It’s a Halloween trick AND treat. (See what we did there?)
Imagine you’re walking along the beach in Florida having a grand ole’ time. Life is good. Then all of a sudden, you come across a humongous, weird eyeball. Did we totally just ruin your fantasy with that? Sorry.
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