The Lonely Island guys do it again, and in the process revive Michael Boltons career with some hilarious hooks.
I don’t think it is to anyone surprise that I rank at the top of the ladder in all aspects because I’m a man baby. Check out all the descriptions and figure out how lame or rad you really are when stacked up against the rest of the worlds men.
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If you live in NYC, the chances that you have seen a movie star, or a film getting made are high. We love our movies, and this map is the perfect creation for any New Yorker. Bernie Hou of Alien Loves Predator, has spent the last five months cramming 91 movie references onto one awesome movie map of New York.
Pretty sweet, right? Even better, you can get a copy of it for yourself. The first person to e-mail the 91 movies in the poster, in order, to Hou will get a free copy of the poster (as well three random runner-ups). Just make sure you notice that the flickr version of the poster numbers each reference! Of course, if you don’t feel like doing all that work you can always buy an 18″x24″ print of the map for $16. But where is the fun in that?
The rapper Common was invited to take part in a White House Poetry event on Wednesday, angering some GOP members who claim the hip-hop artist’s lyrics celebrate violence. Last night’s “Evening of Poetry,” part of Michelle Obama’s White House Music Series, reportedly went smoothly, showcasing performers like singer Aimee Mann, comedian Steve Martin, and former poets laureate Billy Collins and Rita Dove. But some right-wing idiots criticized Common’s participation in the event, pointing to controversial rhymes he recited on a 2007 episode of HBO’s “Def Poetry”: “Why they messing with Saddam? / burn a Bush cos’ for peace he push no button / killing over oil and grease / no weapons of destruction,” Im not too much of a fan of Commons newer stuff, but Ill give him credit for this. Amazing poem and a great performance. Some people really have a problem with this, but I would still love to see the reaction if Weezy got invited to the White House.
There are few things in life as serious as a bullet. Most of us don’t have to rely on one of man’s most deadly weapons on a regular basis, so we don’t have use for bullets regularly. Pens are a different story. Signing checks, bar tabs and taking notes will be less of a chore and more of a reason to show off – if you have a Fisher Space Pen that’s made from a real .375 caliber bullet. Getting your point across will never be as easy as it is with this bullet pen. You can buy it here for $25.
Not only is the human race slowly being overthrown by the hipster community but now even animals are becoming hipsters apparently according to artist Dyna Moe.
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We love you ladies but there are some things you say that you will never hear a man say. Here is a pretty extensive list of things only women say, and if you are a dude who says more then two of these things you might be gay, just saying.
I feel like we never talk anymore.
I kind of want a hot dog.
I just have to get through the next couple days.
I’m so excited for fall.
Do you guys want to split something?
Oh my god you scared me!
Have you been avoiding me?
We should have a picnic.
Many more women only phrases below.
If you are allergic to cute or any of the related families of cute, I suggest you skip on to the next video because this video is like an atomic bomb of cute. It’s basically a video of two kids kissing for the first time but it’s sweet and innocent and any other synonyms of those two words.
Thomas Meyerhoffer’s portfolio is something other product designers would kill to call their own — or certainly smash their 27-Cinema Displays in sacrifice. His first success came in 1994, when he designed the first pair of wrap-around-lens ski goggles, the Smith V3. In 1996, he led Apple’s eMate design team, which preceded the iMac. From 2002-2006, he created rear-entry snowboard bindings for Flow that allowed boarders to click in while standing up, and he developed the Chumby portable computer. Given this pedigree, it’s only natural that in 2008, he decided tackle surfing by starting a surfboard company. The Meyerhoffer 2 series is Meyerhoffer’s latest creation and is described as a “shortboard in a longboard”. Essentially, the design pushes the widest point of the board further to the rear, to provide responsive turning while maintaining an easy paddle and glide on smaller surf. Ranging from 8.1 to 9.6 ft. big guns, these minimally-styled wave riders have clearly made a splash in the surfing community, judging by the fact that the entire 2011 line is already sold-out. The good news is that more on are on the way for you Spicoli’s in the audience. So keep an eye glued to their site if you crave an oversized pantone-colored tongue depressor of your own.
You can buy them here as well as check out more photos