The only good thing to come out of the week leading up to the Super Bowl so far is the latest installment of NFL players being subjected to very bad lip-reading voiceovers.
Thanks to this dude who attended Friday night’s VCU-Davidson game, we are reminded that it’s always funny to watch someone take a selfie:
Did you know the MySpace guy is rich as hell? “Nah,” you’re probably saying right now, “MySpace sucks and nobody uses it. That dude must be broke.” Wrong! You see, MySpace Tom sold out at the right time.
Panthers fullback Mike Tolbert is one of the more endearing players in the NFL, due in large part to the fact that he is the rare skill-position player who is actually capable of scoring fat-guy touchdowns. My appreciation for Tolbert grew immensely last night, when I noticed that the big man had apparently sliced the…
This truly remarkable song claims to derive its lyrics from “word for word consensual texts sent to a young woman by frat guys.” Enjoy.
Some no-fun-haver called in a noise complaint against these kids in Gainesville, Fl. for having the audacity—the nerve—to play basketball loudly in what appears to be the damn woods, or somewhere close to the woods anyway.
Yeah, we spend a lot of time here making fun of people who decide to create dopey music videos, and I realize that the one rule everyone on earth should follow is “Don’t make that rap video.” And yet, I am here for this dude’s rap song about the Panthers, which was posted way back in December but was just today…
Jazz center and large Frenchman Rudy Gobert sent a semi-hot, cryptic tweet two days ago:
There is almost never a good reason to hit “reply all.” Especially not when “all” includes a listserv that goes out to thousands of employees at Time Inc., the country’s largest magazine publisher.
I’m fully aware of the fact that rich people’s ridiculous weddings get written up in places like Vogue precisely because non-rich people will read sentences like, “Everyone gently retrieved their seat assignments from sphagnum moss falling from the boughs of a weeping cherry tree” and go, “Whaaaaaaa?” and then send it…
Oh hell yeah, baby! Hell yeah!
Yesterday, some dude in a Packers jersey was caught holding a cat while watching the Chiefs play at Arrowhead Stadium.
Here we see Buffalo Bills kicker Dan Carpenter doing his best impression of a Bills fan tailgating.
Over the course of the last week or so, you may have noticed some version of this puzzle popping up in one of your social media feeds:
There had to be a better way to express this point.
Kevin Garnett and the Minnesota Timberwolves visited the Boston Celtics last night, and the home team gave its former star a warm welcome. They reunited him with Gino!
It’s been a rough adjustment for the Milwaukee Bucks’ Jabari Parker. Last year’s #2 pick tore his ACL early in his rookie season, and he’s still working on finding his stride. Every young player needs some time to get used to NBA life, and OnMilwaukee.com caught up with him and found out that a near century-old Amazon…
Today, Mike Francesa talked Star Wars, and it was glorious. A simple question about how many Star Wars movies George Lucas actually directed led to one of his producers attempting to explain the chronology of the movies, and that’s when things got good:
I don’t think this latest example of Mike Francesa’s utter contempt for his listeners achieves the same level of majesty that 50 Seconds of Phone Scrolling did, but it’s still great:
On his radio show yesterday, Mike Francesa got into it with Assemblyman Dean Murray, who is, for whatever reason, adamant about protecting daily fantasy sports’ non-gambling status. Poor Dean got himself demolished by the Sports Pope.