We're excited for Grand Theft Auto 5, which comes out on Sept. 17, 2013. It's going to be Rockstar's biggest open world game ever, which is saying something, because Rockstar really goes all-in on this front. But, let's be realistic -- you won't be able to do everything in this game. Not that that's necessarily a bad thing. After all, you don't want to take time out from gameplay to buy toilet paper. Here are a few Missions That Probably Won't Be in Grand Theft Auto 5.
It's summer again - time to relax on the beach with a good book (or a trashy one, let's be honest). But how are you to know what really lies beneath the cover of that paperback you picked up from the table at the front of the airport bookstore? Well, we're here to give you the straight truth about what these best-selling books should REALLY be called.
We can't be the only people who did a double take the first time we saw 'Breaking Bad.' Seeing Hal, everyone's favorite goofy dad from 'Malcolm in the MIddle,' as meth-cooker Walter White was quite a shock.
Two things people just can't seem to get enough of on the internet these days: replacing things with other things via Photoshop, and adorable baby sloths. So how on Earth are we the first people to put the two sensations together at last? We don't know, but we *do* know that once you see these pictures of cell phones replaced by baby sloths, that virtual sloth app on your phone will no longer cut it. (We're looking at you, Kristen Bell.) See how much cuter these photos are when the cell phones are replaced with baby sloths.
It's summer blockbuster time, and this year it's all about sequels, reboots and apocalypse movies, with a few superheroes thrown in for good measure. While this crop of films doesn't contain much that's particularly groundbreaking, we thought there were enough interesting kernels of ideas that we could make some truly spectacular flicks if combined correctly.
Oh, Ding Jinhao -- the teenager smart enough to figure out a way to vandalize an 3,500-year-old Egyptian artifact, but too stupid to not write his name on it. Yes, the 15-year-old Chinese teenager sulilied a relic at the Luxor temple while on family vacation.
We're considering ourselves lucky the Jinhaos haven't done more traveling. Imagine what Ding would have done. Or rather, don't imagine -- we did that for you. Here is the world Ding Jinhao wants us to live in.
Like everyone else, we're all super-excited about the return of 'Arrested Development' on Netflix this weekend. We just can't wait to see those lovable Bluths again, as well as their ragtag gang of assorted friends, classmates, lovers and lawyers.
But is one extra season really enough? Don't those wacky supporting charact
We hope you didn't forget that this Sunday is Mother's Day. If you did -- here's a friendly reminder. It's not too late to order flowers, but if you're strapped for cash you could always just write a heartfelt note
University of Maryland junior Rebecca Martinson's swear-riddled, histrionic email to her fellow Delta Gamma "sisters" has taken the internet by storm this week. But what if an actual cat were spewing that verbal venom? Or, say, a puppy? Wouldn't an elephant perhaps deliver the most effective punt of all?
And since Martinson just resigned from her position at Delta Gamma, we thought we'd put her words into the mouths of a bunch of adorable animals. Sigma Nu likes adorable animals. And really, isn't pleasing Sigma Nu what it's all about?
The 'Futurama Fry'/'Not Sure If Fry' meme is the internet's favorite method of conveying skepticism. Now he isn’t sure that he's won our Best Internet Meme March Madness Bracket – and he’s not entirely confident that this isn’t all one big joke on him. It’s OK, Fry -- you’ve really won! Crack open a can of Slurm with Leela and Bender and party like it’s 2999!
The votes don’t lie – 'The Simpsons' have not only survived nearly a quarter-century on the air, they’ve also survived this competition, officially winning our '90s Cartoons March Madness Championship Bracket!
In probably the least suspenseful competition of all, Grumpy Cat (aka Tardar Sauce) has dominated our March Madness Internet Animal bracket just like she’s come to dominate the rest of the Internet. She doesn’t understand all the hoopla but is wondering if her new title gives her the authority to cause pain to all involved.
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