'Little Shop of Horrors' was a 1986 music comedy about a blood-thirsty, foul-mouthed flesh-eating plant and the meek florist who raised it. With a new Blu-ray edition out that features the original, darker ending, we were wondering what the cast is up to today.
It was Louis' idea for him and his girlfriend to take a ride on a slingshot style roller coaster in this NSFW video. We know this because before the trip begins the young lady repeats "Louis, I hate you" over and over again.
Unless you've used your monthly minutes, there's usually no harm in letting a stranger borrow your cellphone for a quick call. There's usually no harm, butinternet prankster Andrew Hales plays off this social generosity in his latest video.
Did the way Snoop Lion (formerly known as Snoop Dogg) sang his 2004 song 'Drop It Like It's Hot' evoke images of tasty Hot Pockets in your mind? If it did, you're not alone. In fact, the marketing department for the microwavable snack has just put out a video in which Snoop changes the lyrics of his hit single to promote everyone's favorite depressing hangover meal.
"Mother nature is a MAD scientist," said Kramer of Seinfeld fame. And it looks like we may be seeing some of her strange alchemy on an English farm, where there appears to be a sheep with an upside-down head.
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