The world was rocked today by the announcement that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were splitting up, sundering their multicultural adoptive family and shattering Hollywood’s most powerful couple. The real reasons for the split are unknown; after all who can really know what goes on in their private home? Well, we can know.

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Before Amy Winehouse came along, this guy was probably the most chemically imbalanced person in England.

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Happy Friday! Now enjoy these lovely links, from euphemistic names, to hot girls and Conan O’Brien. Sorry we missed yesterday – was too busy having sex with women. Show your support and click away!

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Under the jump, what may well be the greatest cat animated GIF ever. Even if you hate cats. Hell, especially if you hate cats….

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Every week I find five things to talk about in this great country of ours. Massachusetts, you’re out. Who wants to be a state?

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With Mom and Dad and the rest all on Facebook, sometimes it seems like we spend more time tagging photos of each other than we do actually seeing each other face to face. Case in point: the following Facebook fail, in which a poor kid learns some harsh news..

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Manual labor is for chumps. Sure, making a living through physical work might be fine for lumberjacks and stevedores, but you want something that involves less sweating. The problem is that so many other people think the same way that you need something extra to get yourself a decent job.

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People Magazine recently ran a very disturbing story about The Hills bimbo Heidi Montag and her senses-shattering ten plastic surgeries in one day. Montag, a Trainwreck 100 inductee, has stated that she first got surgery because people in high school made fun of her..

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So in an awesome display of passive-aggressiveness, Conan O’Brien bought a Bugatti Veyron with NBC’s money and then topped it off by playing the master recording to “Satisfaction” by the Rolling Stones, a move that cost the network a reported $1.5 million dollars.

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