Mornin. Don't forget to put up a good "throwback" picture today for #tbt, otherwise you'll log on to fb and go "awwwww man, I forgot it was Throwback Thursday. The first world struggle is real.
Anyways. Here are some random time wasting viral videos I found this morning. Enjoy.
This bald eagle, while he's a mischevious one, is a still a fine beacon of American Freedom. He makes that obvious in this hilarious prank video.
This guy saves his car at the LAST SECOND and it's fracking crazy to watch! (Super Slow Mo Version Included)
This child begins to make unhuman like sounds after being reunited with his little kitty cat. Ew. I mean, awwwwwwww.....
Couples were asked to draw each other...not bad, considering they are terrible artists. But I don't think I could do any better, so who am I to judge?
CRAZY wind makes this waterfall go UP?? Check it:
Racism insurance. Ha!
Yes, I know, it's hard to believe, but Kim Kardashian was just about as annoying 20 years ago as she is now.
Thanks to , we all get to witness just how annoying, on the video they unearthed from ther eighth-grade graduation. Entertainment Tonight
"My name's Kim Kardashian, I'm the dopest on the ropest person in this class," she says on the video. "I'm dope on the rope, and you should learn my vocabulary."
One of her classmates says, "Define 'dope,' Kim."
And she responds, "Kim is dope."
This is one of those times when jokes simply write themselves...
Shia Labeouf has had more than his share of troubles in the past several months.
And now, Rob Cantor - a singer and songwriter - has penned a tune in tribute to Shia.
Well, not really a tribute.
More an extremely weird and bizarrely funny performance piece - featuring Rob, a couple of choruses, a troupe of dancers and what may be a partial philharmonic orchestra.
Check it out - it's perfect for Halloween.
And make sure you stay until the very end for an unexpected surprise.
It's the most wonderful time for a new coffee.
At least, that's what Starbucks would have you believe.
Get ready for Chestnut Praline Latte.
The perfect beverage to wash down those holiday meals, don't you think?
It's Starbucks first holiday drink in five years, and industry experts think it's the chain's answer to the Pumpkin Spice Latte at Dunkin' Donuts.
Starbucks told the folks at Fox News that their drink is "inspired by the time-honored holiday tradition of warm roasted chestnuts… with freshly steamed milk and flavors of caramelized chestnuts and spices." You can add whipped cream and praline sprinkles, if you wish.
If you're salivating, grab a napkin or a bib. The drink won't be available nationwide until November 21.
At first, it reads like one of those hoax articles.
But then when you realize that the person they're writing about is Lady Gaga, it makes you go, "Hmmm..."
The folks at are reporting that Gaga boughtbought a Malibu mansion recently. ComicBook.com
One accessory unit that came with the $23 million price tag was what The New York Daily News is calling a "Batcave."
Said Batcave can only be accessed by an underground tunnel, and it features a bowling alley, arcade games, a home theater and an 800-bottle wine cellar.
If Gaga gets tired of it, she can always lease it out as a frat house.
Renee Zellweger caused a stir over the weekend when she showed up at a Hollywood function looking different.
Yup. She doesn’t look the way she used to look, so that got some tongues wagging.
Yesterday, Renee told PEOPLE magazine she’s glad that people think she looks different.
“I'm living a different, happy, more fulfilling life, and I'm thrilled that perhaps it shows," she told the magazine.
She thinks the whole thing is silly, and good for her. “Perhaps I look different. Who doesn't as they get older?”
And for the record, she’s starting to look a little bit like Glenn Close – which is not necessarily a bad thing.
Monica Lewinsky, one-half of the scandal that almost brought down the Clinton administration, spoke over the weekend at the Forbes Magazine 30 Under 30 Summit.
As an introduction, she recapped the story of her affair with Bill Clinton.
She was fresh out of college and "more than averagely romantic," as she tells it. "I fell in love with my boss – in a 22-year-old sort of way."
When the story broke, "within 24 hours, I became a public figure." All thanks to the Internet and the Drudge Report.
"I was patient zero," she said, "the first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet."
The entire speech can be found below. It's about 25 minutes long - but interesting in a historical sort of way...
Behind the scenes video from our "What's It Taste Like?" Wednesday earlier this morning.
How much are your addictions costing you?
The LED Minnie Mouse costume is pretty boss.
IKEA did a "Shining" spoof for their Halloween themed commercial: