Yes, we all dig photobombs – when a third party inserts themselves into a photograph without telling the photographer or the photographee. But did you know that animals are getting into the act now? Under the jump, the greatest animal photobomb ever.
It’s the first link dump of the new year over here at Man Up! and my resolutions are simple: stay on the Internet for every waking moment of my natural human life unless there are beer or breasts in the immediate vicinity, and in those cases deal with the beer and/or breasts as efficiently as possible so I can continue bringing you the hot links.
So the world is atwitter about the opening of the Burj Dubai, the massive spire that is the world’s tallest building. Clocking in at an astounding 2,717 feet high, the skyscraper cost $1.5 billion to build and towers over a proposed business park development…
One would think that standing around looking pretty would be kind of low-stress, but the sheer number of trainwrecks and burnouts coming out of the pretty pictures game implies a little differently.
Handicapped people are just like you and me, except for one minor difference: they suck at being cartoon characters. To prove this, I’ve dredged the annals of cartoon history and exhumed the five least popular handicapped characters of all time. Can you guess who they are?
New favorite blog: Nic Cage As Everyone, in which the hardest working man in Hollywood is digitally inserted into all the movies he should have been in. Above, some of my favorites from the site, and below the jump one I made as well.
In our continuing series of what exactly you shouldn’t do on Facebook, today I present: don’t add your boss. And if you add your boss, don’t talk smack about them where they can read it. Check the whole fail under the jump.
It’s a new year, and our celebrity friends should take the opportunity to improve their tragic little lives in whatever way they can. In the spirit of change, we’ve talked to some of Tinseltown’s hottest celebs and gave them resolutions for the new year.
Every week I pick five things that made me proud to live in the good old U. S. of A. For this special New Year’s Day edition, I used the whole past decade as fodder for my patriotic whimsy. Read on.