What better time is there to introduce a new buffalo-wing flavored product than the Super Bowl? Everyone is watching those commercials and also eating wings. Well played, Wheat Thins. Their new spicy buffalo flavor is so good, apparently, that those who love it are justifiably paranoid
Maybe you haven't heard, but it's 2013, so you can't just make a regular commercial for the Super Bowl. In keeping with the current trend, Audi has designed a "choose your own ending"-type commercial. They're going with a prom theme, which is an interesting decision because how many high school students are in a position to buy Audis? Not many, but there are definitely lots of people who can afford Audis who want to pretend that they're 17 again. (Apparently they didn't see that movie).
As '30 Rock' comes to an end, it's time to get sentimental. What could do a better job of keeping us from crying than our favorite quotes from Tracy Jordan? As long as you don't count that thing where you laugh and cry really hard at the same time as crying, it totally works
As '30 Rock' comes to an end after seven seasons, here's a look back at the hyper-Republican and hilariously conservative suit, Jack Donaghy. He alone can make us feel guilty for not owning our own island or wearing a tuxedo after 6pm
The cubicle is an icon of the soul-crushing homogenization that is associated with the corporate world—rows and rows of standardized boxes, confining wraiths that suffer and toil in thankless anonymity. But all is not lost! The following are some of the forms the cubicle has taken in the hands of people who choose to think of it with a spirit of individuality, creative expression and comfort.
Coca-Cola is stirring up excitement for the commercial they'll be airing at the 2013 Super Bowl by allowing the public to decide in how the ad will go. The teaser they've released shows a parched troupe of feathered showgirls, a band of cowboys and a gang of "Badlanders" all racing towards an enormous Coke bottle standing majestic in the middle of the desert
Mercedes Benz has graced us with not one, but four teasers for their Super Bowl production. All we know is to expect something sinister, mysterious and hot enough to break dishes and ruin a little girl's ice cream, all set to the Rolling Stones' 'Sympathy For the Devil.' Oh, and a teaser featuring Kate Upton lets us know she'll be washing a car in slow motion. No explanation needed there, really.
This is a fairly self-explanatory activity -- photos of pretty young women are juxtaposed with photos of them looking pretty awful. Interestingly, many of these Reddit submissions come from the young ladies themselves. Why they do this isn't obvious. Perhaps it's that timing is everything? To show that they're pretty and, well, some version of funny? Whatever their motivation, there's no denying that these transformations are certainly spectacular, if nothing else.
Just when it looked like the 'Call Me Maybe' phenomenon may finally have died down, there's been a resurgence. This time, the song has been combined with another new internet trend -- running all of the lyrics through multiple languages in Google Translate, and then converting them back into English.
Even though this dangerously slippery patch of pavement is helpfully marked with impossible-to-miss pylons, very few choose to go around it. This is great news for us, because it means we've got an eight-minute-long video of people slipping and falling on ice.
This football season was rough on Notre Dame's Manti Te'o. September saw the deaths of his beloved grandmother, as well as his girlfriend, Lennay Kekua, who, after suffering a serious car accident was diagnosed with leukemia. Te'o has been struck with tragedy indeed, or he would be if it were true.
While the death of his grandmother, Annette Santiago, did actually take place, DeadSpin found that there is no such person as Lennay Kekua. Awkward.
This year, 'Twins Dancing to Guitar' rounded up over 50% of the vote in the Cutest Baby Video of 2012 contest overwhelming victory. Maybe it was their double-baby power. Or maybe it's their adorable dancing. You decide.
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