Textastrophe is what happens when you post your phone number in a public place. You’ll be harassed by prank texts and documented for all to read. The concept is brilliant. I couldn’t stop myself once I started reading. This is prank texting at it’s sharpest!
Asheville is a ridiculous little Appalachian Mountain town in Western North Carolina. This website is a hilarious on-going compilation of gifs specific to life there. This site reminds me of the show Portlandia; you don’t have to live there to be in on the joke. Anyone who’s ever spent time in a hip oasis town […]
Real men don’t need guns, just a positive, can-do attitude! That’s right. Check out Thumbs and Ammo blog to see what the world of cinema would look like if tough guys would just give up their favorite fire arms and simply embrace a positive outlook. I find Arnold Schwarzenegger much more attractive and family friendly […]
There is nothing better than coming across a website that shares the same outrageous twisted sense of humor as yourself. If you’re up for a good laugh, then Galaxy Grits ‘n’ Gravy will be sure to get your giggle on.
In September of this year I embarked on a journey inspired by my love for spaghetti bolognese. I’ve created a blog named Spaghetti Blogenese, which documents my mission to try 52 of Melbourne’s varieties within one year. I’m naming and shaming as I go, and will announce the city’s best at its year-end.
Men wearing red pants: depending on your personal preference, it could be considered a highly individual statement or a severe fashion crime. Look At My Fucking Red Trousers has made it their life’s ambition to gather evidence for the existence of a color fad that’s currently going round London. I say, it’s not what you wear but how you carry yourself that makes the difference. Funny blog idea, though.
People are weird and, as such, have come up with many a weird way to keep themselves amused while skirting the lines they themselves have designed in hopes of making society a sustainable and ‘fair’ place to work and play. The automobile, even in its waning status as facilitator of freedom, adds a rogue element […]
Gina Becker’s Quotes of the Week is a weekly blog that is nothing short of hilarious. With voyeuristic glee, she stalks the conversations around her seeking the most witty, but mostly awkward utterances of her fellow mankind. So, empty your bladders and get ready for an Anderson Cooper-esque giggle fit.
There are two types of girls in this world: Girls that Dress for Girls, and Girls that Dress for Guys. The typical characteristics between the two types are pretty obvious. Type A enjoys cocktails, watching He’s Just Not That Into You, and wearing floral jumpsuits; Type B plays pool, pretends it likes beer, and wears Halter neck tops.
We’ve been watching random, terrible movies and making themed cocktails to enhance our viewing pleasure. You can check out our growing collection of reviews and cocktail menus here on our secret blog (which is no longer secret).
Now, this is what we call dedication. Or madness. Whichever came first. Somehow managing to spend less than $50 on costumes and props, a father in Salt Lake has spent the past 170 days dressing up in a variety of outlandish costumes to entertain his son as his school bus cruises past their house each morning. Genius? Perhaps. There is, after-all, a very fine line.
We’ve all been there: funny do’s, extreme do’s, do’s that just don’t. Now there’s a website devoted to ridiculing one thing in life that, the older we get, we all wish we had more of.
The first official leaning blog — Leaning Is Good — went live last week and they’re calling for submissions. After viewing the nine principles of ‘Leaning’ on the site, just snap your mate ‘Leaning’ on a random object or wall and shoot them through.