There are a slew of legal debacles that have dominated the headlines in recent weeks. Barclays' cross-continental interest rate fixing. 'Obamacare' passing. Anderson Cooper coming out. (Okay, maybe that one isn't a legal debacle.) But honestly, all these cases hold little water when compared to the intense legal battle between New York City's 2nd Avenue Deli and the aptly named Las Vegas restaurant The Heart Attack Grill. The point of contention? Who gets to call their sandwich the "Instant Heart Attack."
It seems that a new parody of Gotye's massive international hit 'Somebody That I Used To Know' comes out every ten seconds, and quite frankly, they tend to be very hit or miss (mostly miss). What's more is that people love to use the song as a medium for complaining about changes that they don't like in things that they used to like.
Granted, the melody of the song does purvey a mournful, nostalgic vibe, and in the case of this 'Star Wars' parody, that's exactly what the theme is: the first three 'Star Wars' were awesome -- why were the last three so disappointing?
It would seem that stupid people are seeping out of the cracks at a higher rate with each passing day if these car wash fail videos are to be believed. As you'll shortly discover, you don't even need a car to do something stupid at a car wash. All you need is a lack of common sense and, of course, that little situational spark to send everything spiraling into disaster, which for us equals laughter.
At this point it would be safe to say that soccer will never be considered a national sport of the United States, but even as an American, one cannot ignore or deny the unique unifying power that the sport carries in nearly all other parts of the globe. And it would seem that the "beautiful game" has just gotten a little more beautiful as five Harvard students have recently invented a new staggering technology: a soccer ball that can actually generate and supply electricity
When you're young, "Dad" is the ultimate superhero. As we get older, this notion may begin to fade sometimes, but every once in a while when your old man throws on a cape, a mask and some unfortunately tight tights, you tend to remember that he's always been a superhero. Here are some photos of our favorite "super dads."
If you've had more than one girlfriend, then you've probably been there: non-stop texts, incessant Facebook messaging or Skype calls. But honestly, you haven't seen anything (at least we hope) until you've seen this girl: the "overly attached girlfriend."
Freaks, fools, barista masters and children in a cage -- what more could you ask for from photos of the week? This is a stellar collection of the obscene ridiculousness that scatters itself across the Web everyday. We here at TheFW have tracked down one of the most bizarre assortments of photos yet. Take a look below.
This week's installation of the best memes on the Web features some familiar faces with some new twists. The "annoying childhood friend" and the "girl with first world problems" found their way into the group again, and even the Pope could not escape meme-madness. Of course, we have the return of Zeddie Little, aka The Ridiculously Photogenic Guy.
Who's that behind those Ray Ban's? You might want to think twice if you were under the impression that celebrities were the only people who could rock sunglasses with swag. In fact, most would look the fool next to these baby-ballers.
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