Remember Michelle Jenneke? She's the Australian hurdler with the infectious dance. Nothing? Here's a refresher. She's back for this original video from The Chive, and she's dancing all over the place. Plus somebody eats pancakes with nunchucks...
You don't have to know much about golf to know that this is just ridiculous. Michael Phelps managed to sink a 153-foot putt at the Dunhill Links Championship. According to the announcer, Phelps is just learning to golf and is "26 handicapped," which we're pretty sure is Golf for "definitely shouldn't make this putt...
Queen Elizabeth's beloved corgi Monty passed away of old age.
He was 13 years old, which is like 91 in people years. You might remember Monty from a James Bond-themed sketch in this year's Olympics. He's also one of the dogs that put the smack down on Princess Beatrice's terrier, although the scuffle did not contribute to Monty's passing...
Well, Labor Day weekend is upon us. We hope you made it to the beach. And that you took our End of Summer Survey! The results are in and we're ready to let you know what made the cut as the best of this summer's internet goodness. Check out the results after the jump.
This is the most wholesome blooper reel we've ever seen. There's no cursing or violence. It's almost less of a blooper reel and more of a "look, basketball players can make friendly jokes" reel. I mean, nobody even hits their head on a door frame, which we secretly assumed happened to basketball players all the time.
If you're planning to win the hand of an Olympic gymnast who doesn't even know you, it's going to take a little bit more than some candy, we just learned. A fan got down on one knee (good start) and pulled out a Ring Pop (aaaand there it goes) before asking Aly Raisman if she would marry him. Mighty presumptuous of this guy, although, to be fair, she did take the candy.
If there was audio for the video footage (available here) of Ryan Lochte and Prince Harry racing against each other in a Las Vegas pool, it would probably just be, "Jeah, brah! Let's, like, totally race right now!" followed by a bunch of splashing and bro-chortles. But, alas we can only imagine what was actually said at 3am Monday morning (also known as "Party O'Clock" to peopl
If the only thing you feel stronger than your love for Taylor Swift is total desolation at the notion that the Olympics are finally over (that's got to be somebody, right?), then you are going to love this new Taylor Swift parody from the folks at NOC.
It's been a busy week for the internet -- Mitt Romney announced Paul Ryan as his VP and the end of the Olympics finally came. Oh, and it's been SHARK WEEK since Sunday. Obviously, this has been a great source of inspiration to meme-makers everywhere, who came up with Paul Ryan Gosling, Mo Farah Running Away From Things, and loads and loads of shark jokes.
Now that the medals have been awarded, the flame has been extinguished, and most of Team USA is back on American soil, you’re probably wondering what’s next for our Olympians. In the '90s, the definitive answer might have been “I’m going to Disneyland!” But today that answer is, “I’m going to be on television!”
The members of the US women's gymnastics team have become huge celebrities, thanks to their gold-winning performance at the Olympics. But they're still teenagers, which means it's time for them to get summer internships. (After all, you can only pad your resume so much with Olympic medals.)
With great power comes great responsibility. While the Olympics only inspired most of us to watch more televised sports, Neil Gresham the "Real-Life Spider-Man" was motivated to climb Britain's toughest cliff.