Microsoft unveiled their new gaming console yesterday, and people were not impressed. Actually, they were pretty complain-y and grumpy about it. They don't like the name (Xbox One). They don't like all the features. They don't like any of it. (Particularly how the Microsoft folks pretty much just talked about TV the whole time.) They genuinely dislike it so much that they took the time to make memes about it. These really capture the gist of the problems people have with Xbox One.
Surely you remember that horrifying episode of 'Kitchen Nightmares' that took place at Amy's Baking Company. The cook, Amy, was the most legitimately insane person we've ever encountered not in real life.
You see it too, right? The awesome Terminator face on that...grill? To us it is now and will forever be Snow Terminator. Same goes for all of these other objects that have taken on personalities of their own. They can never go back. They have been permanently anthropomorphized. It's adorable.
It's something only Improv Everywhere could accomplish -- going on to a subway car, making a huge ruckus and not annoying every single person on the train. This time, the team set up a late night-style talk show, complete with desk, comfy chair, backdrop and band. Technically the band was just a guy with a keytar, but we'll allow it.
As you may have heard if you logged on to the Interwebs today, Yahoo bought Tumblr for $1.1 billion, and immediately freaked out basically everyone on Tumblr. Didn't Yahoo realize that they're dealing with a community of unemployed millennials who have nothing to do with their time but make GIFs and memes? Because that's what happened. Here's how Tumblr is reacting to becoming part of the Yahoo community.
You know how sometimes you're walking through Times Square, and it reminds you a little too much of 'Blade Runner,' then you get an email on your hand-sized computer/phone, and you have a massive panic attack because THE FUTURE IS NOW?!!!!! This video does not help that feeling. At all.
One Today Show reporter in Australia had a real Ron Burgundy moment. It seems Roz Kelly will also read anything that's on the teleprompter. Fortunately, her co-anchor Karl Stefanovic didn't put an F-bomb in there like Veronica Corningstone, but he did get her to imply that she enjoys the "cookies" in Amsterdam.
Once you see one reversed GIF, you kind of want to see every GIF reversed. Aladdin becomes the kind of guy who steals food from orphans, heroes become jerks and the "Stop Girl" seriously wants you to stop. Like, now. These are a few of our favorites.
In all the years he's been doing 'Kitchen Nightmares' (in the US at least), Gordon Ramsey never quit on a client. Until he went to Amy's Baking Company in Arizona. Those people were horrible. Taking waitstaff tips, screaming, firing people -- they genuinely are the worst. Unfortunately, they didn't take learning that fact very well.
Maybe 'Airheads' is your favorite movie. Maybe you really loved 'Maude' and 'The Golden Girls.' Or maybe you just love oil paintings of nude older ladies. If any of these are true, and you've got at least $2 million to spare, this painting of Bea Arthur (note: she didn't actually pose for the painting) by artist John Currin is up for auction.
It's expected to go for $1.8-$2.5 million bucks. Here's what (most of) the whole painting looks like.
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