These guys might be on to something. It turns out if you put your support for Barack Obama on a ridiculous hat on your head, you still have your hands free for clapping. Because you’re going to need them for speeches and also dancing awkwardly. This lady isn’t the only one doing it — silly hats are all the rage at the DNC this year. Here are some of the best we found.
Sports commentator and former soccer player Chris Kamara has a bit of a reputation for not really knowing what’s going on, which makes sense when you watch this video of him not having any idea what’s happening. He’s at a soccer game, and has somehow failed to notice which player has been issued a red card and ejected from the game. Just a small detail.
You can call them by their proper name, “Waffle Chip Dippers,” all you want. Those, friends, are ice cream nachos. Baskin-Robbins is selling them at select locations for $2.99, which is significantly less than the cost of nachos that aren’t made out of ice cream, last we checked.
Although he says “Everyone’s got their opinion, man,” Jeff Bridges is pretty quick to back that up with “Obama’s the man” in this interview with CNN. Bridges will be performing at the Democratic National Convention to try to gain support for his efforts to end childhood hunger in America. But what kind of news anchor would somebody be if they didn’t ask him to impersonate his character from ‘The Big Lebowski’ and talk a little bit about politics?
Looking for a good cause to make up for all that Labor Day weekend debauchery? Well, today is StopAlec Baldwin Day! And it’s just the kind of lazy do-goodery that anybody can get behind — you don’t have to rake any leaves or anything! Intrigued? We’ll tell you more.
We’re angry. Angry that somebody would take the time to make a cheeseburger so gigantic that it’s actually kind of disgusting, and not even invite us over to have some of it. Well, Black Bear Casino, you can guess where we WON’T be going for vacation this year.
Oh SNAP! Everyone’s been going crazy about Clint Eastwood’s speech at the Republican National Convention last night, in which he addressed an empty chair as though Barack Obama were seated in it. Jokes were made. Rallying cries were … cried. It was pretty much Twitter insanity. One joke stands above the rest when all is said and done though — this picture, posted by Barack Obama’s official Twitter profile, along with the accompanying text “This seat’s taken.”
This is the most wholesome blooper reel we’ve ever seen. There’s no cursing or violence. It’s almost less of a blooper reel and more of a “look, basketball players can make friendly jokes” reel. I mean, nobody even hits their head on a door frame, which we secretly assumed happened to basketball players all the time.
This really takes being a supportive dad to a whole new level — a father in Germany started wearing skirts so that his son would feel comfortable doing it to in front of classmates after moving to a new town. Bravo, sir.
Every day you should find something to be grateful for. Today we’re grateful that the man with the world’s deepest voice uses it mostly for singing ‘Amazing Grace’ and never uses it for making the brown sound. ‘South Park’-ers known what we’re talking about. Although the idea that Tim Storms could do that if he wanted to probably adds to the excitement of seeing him in concert.
Well, if what happens in Vegas isn’t going to stay in Vegas, as many people as possible should probably put naked pictures of themselves up on Facebook to make it okay. It’s maybe not how we would deal with the Naked Prince Harry Fiasco of 2012, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t happening right now.
If you’re planning to win the hand of an Olympic gymnast who doesn’t even know you, it’s going to take a little bit more than some candy, we just learned. A fan got down on one knee (good start) and pulled out a Ring Pop (aaaand there it goes) before asking Aly Raisman if she would marry him. Mighty presumptuous of this guy, although, to be fair, she did take the candy.
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