To Dan Knowlton, his Cabbage Patch Kids are his children. "They're easier to cope with." True -- they never grow or die or have to maintain necessary life functions, but that doesn't mean you need 600 of them.
An exchange student from South Korea at Northwest Carrabus High School in Concord, North Carolina performed the dance from PSY's international K-Pop smash hit 'Gangnam Style' at a pep rally. We wouldn't be surprised if he is now the most popular kid in school.
Artist and Mouse House fan Justin McTwisp thought it would be interesting to see what it would look like if the bad guys won at the end of a few Disney movies. We have to admit, that's a pretty banging coat Cruella DeVille winds up with (except for the whole puppy thing). And, truth be told, the fairies in 'Sleeping Beauty' *were* a little annoying. Check out our favorites below and check out the rest of McTwisp's art here.
Mitt Romney was on the campaign trail at a Chipotle in Denver, Colorado when this photo was taken. The man in the picture swears this is just his excited face. Unfortunately, his expression, coupled with his striking similarity to a young Will Smith, made this photo a guaranteed internet sensation. It made it's way into Reddit's Photoshop Battles, and these are just a few of the hilarious results.
This supercut of YouTube's greatest comments is practically a Christmas miracle. Not one comment that isn't just offensive. Numerous comments on YouTube that not only aren't offensive, they are actually funny as well. All compiled int
It's true -- everybody likes Psy's 'Gangnam Style.' This latest (and perhaps most impressive) version is performed by the Ohio University marching band. And although Korean rap doesn't necessarily translate to a marching band very well, the dancing does. That's right, dancing.
We're glad this guy's instinct when he found a squirrel in his kitchen was to grab a camera and record it, rather than grab a broom and start screaming. The squirrel seems pretty panicked (what squirrel doesn't?), but maybe it was just gathering up speed for what might be the greatest escape in the history of animals trapped in kitchens
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