How many times does this have to happen before we all stop going to KFC? Hopefully twice is the answer. Three weeks ago a teenager in the UK thought he had been served a giant chicken brain from the fast-food chain. It turned out to be a kidney. On the one hand, gross. On the other hand, at least we're pretty sure that what Redditor six6six4kids found in his order was also a kidney. MAKE IT STOP!
We're seriously rethinking our hobbies. James "The Bear" McDonald is seen here plowing his way through the entirety of Denny's special "Hobbit" menu, because he's a competitive eater and that's what he does. We, on the other hand, have a drawer full of half-finished socks.
Send back the presents -- we really don't need them. We only need this video of a baby panda playing with a ball. Sincerely, watch it and tell us if you don't agree. We think Xiao Liwu, a cub at the San Diego Zoo, is ridiculously adorable
So Friday, December 21 is maaaaaaaybe going to be the apocalypse because a really old calendar ran out of space. It's already tomorrow in Australia, and people are reporting that it's fine. Of course other people are pointing out that the ancient Mayans weren't really operating on Greenwich Mean Time, so maybe Australia should just cool their jets. Some of us are calmly stuffing as much clothing as possible into our one measly carry-on bag for our Christmas trip home. Other people are taking more drastic measures. Here's how people are getting ready for tomorrow's "apocalypse."
We're hard pressed to think of a better way to showcase the two main genres of reality television than this side-by-side comparison of the Thompson (of 'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' fame) and the Kardashian families' Christmas cards.
Here's a little video to get you into the spirit of Christmas, if you're kind of trampy. Nate, Caitlin and Stuart set up shop on the campus of Brigham Young University to trick as many people as possible into kissing them by using a sprig of renegade mistletoe that drops down at a moment's notice. They are braver than we -- the whole time we watched this all we could think was "Herpes! Herpes! Herpes alert!"
We really wouldn't expect moody singer/songwriter Cat Power (aka Chan Marshall) to have a sense of humor about her onstage meltdowns. You know, because she's always having meltdowns. But here she is in this Funny or Die video, freaking out on a bunch of second graders for trying to sing along to 'Old McDonald.'
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