Articles on this Page
- 04/11/16--12:33: _Ashley Graham Has T...
- 04/12/16--04:24: _Today's Funny Photos
- 04/12/16--05:11: _How To Tie A Tie Th...
- 04/12/16--05:50: _10 Amazing Undercov...
- 04/12/16--05:57: _Evil Brothers Convi...
- 04/12/16--06:16: _Two-Foot Super Rat ...
- 04/12/16--06:33: _The Biggest Lies Th...
- 04/12/16--06:50: _Ranking The Best Ca...
- 04/12/16--07:48: _LeBron James Busted...
- 04/12/16--07:50: _What If Car Brand B...
- 04/12/16--09:50: _25 Of The Funniest ...
- 04/12/16--11:37: _Friends Take Cardbo...
- 04/12/16--11:45: _Somebody Paid A Bre...
- 04/12/16--12:08: _In-N-Out Hates This...
- 04/12/16--13:13: _Porn Site XHamster ...
- 04/12/16--15:28: _Charlotte McKinney ...
- 04/13/16--04:10: _Today's Funny Photos
- 04/13/16--04:42: _10 Compelling Reaso...
- 04/13/16--05:20: _Here Are The Wildes...
- 04/13/16--05:57: _14 People Confess T...
- 04/11/16--12:33: Ashley Graham Has The Tastiest Outtakes For SI Swimsuit
- 04/12/16--04:24: Today's Funny Photos
- 04/12/16--05:11: How To Tie A Tie The Right Way
- 04/12/16--05:50: 10 Amazing Undercover Stories
- 04/12/16--06:16: Two-Foot Super Rat Caught In The UK Is A Nightmare Brought To Life
- 04/12/16--06:33: The Biggest Lies That Entire Groups Of People Tell
- 04/12/16--06:50: Ranking The Best Cartoons Of The '90s
- 04/12/16--07:50: What If Car Brand Billboards Were Honest?
- 04/12/16--09:50: 25 Of The Funniest Tweets About Donald Trump
- 04/12/16--11:45: Somebody Paid A Brewers Fan $100 To Lick Up A Woman's Puke
- 04/13/16--04:10: Today's Funny Photos
- 04/13/16--05:20: Here Are The Wildest Things People Have Done While Drunk
- 04/13/16--05:57: 14 People Confess The Most Pathetically Lazy Things They Do
Ashley Graham is giving us everything she has. We got an eyeful from her cover shoot with Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, and now we're getting more sexy outtakes of the brunette babe from her time in Turks and Caicos. If you haven't seen Ashley Graham bare it all, this might be an excellent time to get better acquainted. We assume you're okay with bouncy busty boobs, yes?
Welcome to today's funny photos, your one-stop shop for everything happy and LOLZ in life. The more you scroll, the more you laugh. It's that simple. And when you're done here, check us out on Twitter and Instagram, where the party never stops!
Click here for more funny photos.
Click here for more funny photos.
Click here for more funny photos.
While I own ties in case someone dies and I have to go to a funeral, or in case someone I know gets married (which is also kind of a funeral because, you know, marriage), I still can't say with 100 percent certainty that I know how to tie a tie. I can say with 100 percent certainty that I don't know how to tie a tie.
But perhaps the great step-by-step guide below can not only help me, but everyone else that still struggles to properly tie a tie.
Now you're off to impress your fancy friends.
Another important guide: How To Survive Various Animal Attacks
John Howard Griffin
Being a black man in the late 1950s was a tough ticket, especially in the American South. Although the tides of civil rights were turning, African-Americans still faced discrimination. White writer John Howard Griffin had a doctor prescribe him large doses of the vitiligo treatment methoxsalen and spent 18 hours a day under a UV lamp that brought out the melanin in his skin, turning him a dark brown. He then shaved his head and, as a black man, traveled from New Orleans to Atlanta. His experiences on the road put the racial situation in stark focus, as he was threatened, insulted and discriminated against. When he finished his journey, he fled to a monastery to clear humanity's evil from his mind.
If I was a cop (and I'm not, so feel free to do crimes in front of me), going undercover would be the pinnacle of my career. Hundreds of movies have been made about good men forced to be bad to blend in with the scum of the earth, but reality is usually different. That is, unless you're William Queen. In 1998, the ATF agent embedded himself with the notorious Mongols motorcycle gang for two years, growing a huge beard and working his way up to vice president of the San Fernando Valley chapter. All the while, he was gathering information leading up to a 2000 raid that would put 53 gang members in prison. He got the Medal of Honor for what was called the most effective and impactful biker gang infiltration of all time.
It's easy to forget that the role of journalism is to advocate for and protect the people with little to no power, but the trailblazing work of German journalist Gunter Wallraff is there to remind us. To research his 1985 book "Lowest Of The Low," Wallraff spent two years disguised as a Turkish migrant worker, drifting from place to place taking whatever job was offered. He quickly realized that the laws that protected German citizens didn't apply to foreigners, as one boss ordered him and his cohorts into a burning building to dismantle it while the fire still raged. While working for a pharmaceutical company, he was pressured into letting them test experimental drugs on his body. Wallraff's book was a vital key in bringing the plight of migrant workers to national attention.
Richard J. Codey
Going into a situation under a false identity is rough even for regular people, but the balls it takes for a state senator to do it? That's exactly what happened in New Jersey in 1987 when Richard Codey took it on himself to investigate the Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital. Codey managed to get a job there while using the borrowed I.D. of a convicted felon and was assigned duty in Cottage 16, where some of the most damaged patients were kept. He spent two weeks documenting the conditions there. Patients were left outside to freeze to death, malnourished and molested, and when Codey left he had the director fired and instituted massive reforms.
It's a little ironic that civil rights hero Walter White had his last name, as his undercover exploits were based on the fact that he didn't look black. The light-skinned White, born in Georgia, identified as African-American and spent his life tenaciously working to make the world better for people of all races. After he joined the NAACP in 1918, White began going undercover in the deep South to investigate lynchings. Ingratiating himself with groups of racists who would gladly kill him if they knew his ethnicity, White was able to obtain confessions and other evidence in dozens of cases and pushed the federal government to crack down on racially motivated crime.
The phrase "famous undercover cop" seems to be an oxymoron that could get you killed, but Joseph Pistone fits the bill. You might know him better by his Mafia name...Donnie Brasco. Pistone was an FBI agent charged with getting into the notorious Bonnano crime family in the late 1970s. Because of his Sicilian ancestry and New Jersey upbringing, Pistone was the bureau's choice for the job, and all records of him were wiped from their systems to make sure his cover wouldn't be blown. He spent a staggering six years inside the world of organized crime, and was on his way to being "made" when the FBI ordered the operation ended. The information he gathered helped put away over 100 mafiosi, who retaliated by putting a $500,000 bounty on his head.
In the 1800s, women weren't typically given work as journalists, and if they were it was covering the society scene and the fashion world. Nellie Bly wasn't having any of that crap, and when she moved to New York to make her fortune an editor at the World gave her the assignment of a lifetime. Tasked to investigate reports of cruelty and neglect in the city's mental hospitals, Bly feigned insanity so convincingly that she was admitted to the madhouse on Blackwell's Island. While there, she discovered a nightmare of brutal orderlies, terrified patients and absolute chaos. She stayed in for 10 days, painstakingly recording everything she saw, until the World sent a lawyer to force her release. The resulting reportage would shame the state into increasing funding for mental health care.
When Robert Killian signed on with the Orange County Sheriff's Office intelligence division, he thought he'd be helping to monitor area gangs and gather information. That turned out to be true, but in a more intense way than he ever imagined. In 2003, he was given the assignment to infiltrate the notorious Outlaws motorcycle gang. While doing so, he was introduced to a man named August Kreis, the head of an Aryan Nations splinter group. That led to Killian being sworn in as a full member of the group, and he spent the next six years in deep with them. One of the most shocking moments came when he was introduced to another neo-Nazi who was also a cop -- but this one was an actual racist, not working undercover.
Unlike many of the others on this list, Antonio Salas is not a real name. That's because if the truth about this investigative journalist's identity were ever revealed, the lives of his family and friends wouldn't be worth a nickel. Salas is notorious for the six years he spent infiltrating an Islamic terrorist group -- he handwrote a copy of the Quran and even had himself circumcised in a bathhouse just in case one of his new allies saw him naked. One of the most interesting side effects of the journalist's mission was that he converted to Islam for real and continued to pursue the religion even after he left cover, because he thought it was truly profound and beautiful.
In some ways, infiltrating the Ku Klux Klan seems sort of easy -- you can't really tell what someone looks like under those robes. That said, pulling it off as a black man is incredibly ballsy. Ron Stallworth is a police sergeant from Colorado Springs who called the Klan's phone line in 1979, hoping to use the call to collect intel on the group. Instead, they offered him a membership. He signed on and over the next year became a trusted Klansman, speaking on the phone to higher-ranking members up to Grand Wizard David Duke. When he had to make public appearances outside of the hood, he sent a white detective in his place. Eventually, he became so popular that they voted him head of the local chapter! In 2006, Stallworth went public with his story in a pretty awesome memoir, "Black Klansman."
While we're pretty sure a zombie apocalypse could never happen, there will always be a small part in us that feels we will one day wake up to news that flesh-eating undead folks are feasting on our neighbors. And that's pretty much what two brothers convinced their little sister into thinking.
Knowing that she was going to be high on medication after getting her wisdom teeth pulled out, two brothers thought it would be a fun idea to tell their sister a zombie apocalypse had begun. And they pulled out all the stops for this prank. Check out the hilarious video below.
Anyone else feel bad for the dog she would hypothetically leave if zombies took over?
Take notes: The Worst Weapons You Could Use In A Zombie Attack
Since I recently pulled out all the stops to kill a tiny spider that I came across, I don't even want to begin to think how I would take care of a two-foot rat that decided to come through from another dimension and inhabit mine. But that's kind of what happened in Grimsby.
Jeff Sullivan, of the S.W.A.T. Total Pest Control service, tells news.com.au that one of his technicians discovered a two-foot rat "the size of a toddler" in a house. Check out the picture below:
2 foot long rat 🐁🐀 found in a home in England 😨 pic.twitter.com/NEDxzyhP9z— Lisa Roberts (@lisarobertsER) April 9, 2016
"I have been doing pest control for a considerable amount of time and this is the biggest we have ever caught," Sullivan says. "Rats definitely seem to be getting bigger and it is worrying that they are getting this large," he adds.
Thanks, Jeff. Really. Thanks for that.
Check out another picture of this "super rat." Unfortunately, "super rat" is not some cute creation that Pixar thought up of. This is actually it:
So start planning your method of attack, folks.
Must have been one brutal Yelp review: Guy Finds Massive Rat Stuck In Hotel Toilet
Pregnant women: "I'm not going to be one of those moms who constantly posts baby photos on Facebook."
Dental patients: "Yes, I do floss regularly."
Guys in bed: "That's never happened to me before, I swear."
Mechanics to customers: "You need a new belt and filter, too, so that'll be another $200."
Non-homeless people to homeless people: "Sorry, I don't have any cash on me."
"Saturday Night Live" hosts: "We've got a great show for you tonight!"
High school teachers: "This is really important stuff to remember so pay attention."
Nurses: "The doctor will be with you shortly."
Hillary supporters: "Hillary is so cool."
Trump supporters: "I'm not racist at all."
Person in job interview: "I'm proficient in Photoshop and Excel."
Job interviewer: "Thanks for coming in. You'll hear back from us soon."
Parents to their children: "We love all of you the same."
More lying: 17 of the Funniest Lies Parents Have Told Their Kids
Before we get started, we decided that to make this list you had to have debuted between 1990 and 1999 (sorry, "The Simpsons") and you had to be a show for kids or at least aimed at kids. So, sorry if you don't see "South Park" on the list. We know that's a great show.
Check out our list and sound off on the comments. And once again, please don't send us death threats; it's only cartoons, people.
26. "Ed, Edd, n Eddy" (1999)
We'll kick it off with a Canadian-American show that followed three preteens doing everything they could to make money. While it debuted towards the end of the '90s, it still remains one of the most underrated animated series made.
25. "CatDog" (1998)
This series perfectly showed the stereotypical personalities of cats and dogs: cats being stuck-up assholes, and dogs being dumb goofballs. Regardless, the conjoined brothers made it work, and it made for one bizarre, but great show.
24. "Cow and Chicken" (1997)
Speaking of bizarre, "Cow and Chicken" followed two siblings that found themselves in odd adventures. While a cow standing up right and showing off her udder served as a distraction, the show was still able to touch on topics such as anxiety, which helps put it at number 24 on this list.
23. "Courage the Cowardly Dog "(1999)
From cows and chickens to cowardly dogs, "Courage the Cowardly Dog" was an underrated series that while dark, still offered up fresh, original story lines.
22. "Aaahh!!! Real Monsters" (1994)
Odd, imaginative and gross is probably the best way to describe a show about monsters that feed on garbage and scare people.
21. "Johnny Bravo" (1997)
While we are all thankful that a rumored live-action film starring The Rock as Johnny Bravo has never come to fruition, we are thankful for this show about a guy with an ego as big as his hair. Although, he never seems to have success with the ladies, he did with viewers as it remains one of the more memorable animated series.
20. "The Angry Beavers" (1997)
Here are more animal siblings -- this time they are beavers, and they are brothers. Seems like a simple enough concept, a concept that lasted four seasons, and while it sometimes gets lost in the shuffle, "The Angry Beavers" is still remembered to be one of the most clever animated shows of the '90s.
19. "Pokemon" (1997)
Some may be a bit shocked that "Pokemon" isn't in the top 10 at least, but that doesn't mean this show didn't have an impact; it still does. Everyone remembers the theme song, and to this day "Pokemon" remains one of the most popular franchises ever.
18. "The Powerpuff Girls" (1998)
This one has already been rebooted, but it was the original series that really had an impact. From its use of pop culture references, to its frenetic pace, to its solid use of satire, "The Powerpuff Girls" is worthy of spot number 18.
17. "Dexter's Laboratory" (1996)
The completely opposite personalities of Dexter and his sister were entertaining enough, but the science fiction and quick-wit humor thrown in made this show whole. They don't make them like this anymore.
16. "Bobby's World" (1990)
Before Howie Mandel began to annoy us all, he was actually responsible for one of the best animated shows of the '90s. "Bobby's World" allowed the viewer to witness the big imagination of Bobby. The show lasted for eight seasons until it wrapped up in 1998.
15. "Spider-man: The Animated Series" (1994)
While not as fantastic as the Batman animated series, "Spider-man: The Animated Series" was no slouch, as its great villains, story lines and humor made this a fan favorite. Spider-man has done pretty well for himself since then.
14. "Gargoyles" (1994)
A memorable, more darker series than what we've discussed so far, "Gargoyles" was one of the best- made animated shows of the '90s. These weren't a bunch of silly story lines thrown on a wall, these were smart, intricate plots that could be enjoyed by adults as well.
13. "Pinky and the Brain" (1995)
"The same thing we do every night, Pinky. Try and take over the world." Everyone knows that line, and where it's from. Everyone.
12. "Darkwing Duck" (1991)
People lost their minds this year when a reboot was thought to be in the works (only to later find out it was actually a comic book in the works), but that just goes to show you how popular and beloved this show continues to be.
11. "The Magic School Bus" (1994)
Ms. Frizzle didn't care to put her students in danger, she did it in the name of knowledge and education. We all wanted a teacher like her. Instead we found ourselves learning about fractions while they were driving around someone's intestines.
10. "Arthur" (1996)
A show about an aardvark and his day-to-day troubles has lasted for 20 seasons. Read that again. That wasn't done by luck; it's the second-longest running animated series, and it continues to be followed by kids and adults alike. An easy pick to kick off our top 10.
9. "X-Men" (1992)
Lasting for five seasons, and plucking story lines from the comics, "X-Men" is one of the comic book shows that served as a launching pad for future comic book shows. The show was a massive hit and helped make X-Men more popular.
8. "The Ren & Stimpy Show" (1991)
Way before "CatDog" there was another cat and dog tandem on an animated show: Ren and Stimpy. And this one is a classic. Plenty of sexual innuendo, violence and adult humor in this one to make this an adult favorite as well. And just like X-Men was a launching pad for other comic book shows, "Ren and Stimpy" was a launching pad for more crude animated shows.
7. "Animaniacs" (1993)
This one has surged in popularity recently, as new fans continue to discover this gem. "Pinky and the Brain" first appeared on "Animaniacs," but it's Yakko, Wakko and Dot that continue to be far and away the most popular characters from the show. You can now catch every single episode on Netflix.
6. "Recess" (1997)
For six seasons, six fourth-graders tackled daily school and life, while remaining close friends even while being extremely different from each other. Like "Animaniacs," "Recess" has gotten more and more popular recently.
5. "Batman: The Animated Series" (1992)
From the school yard to the best comic animated show of the '90s, and arguably one of the best animated shows made, "Batman: The Animated Series" only ran until 1995, but it definitely left its mark, receiving praise from critics and fans everywhere. Check the perfectly done opening theme here to get the "Batman v Superman" bad taste out of your mouth.
4. "Hey Arnold!" (1996)
Raised by his grandparents in the city, viewers got to witness Arnold try his best to deal with the ups and downs of life, all with the help of his friends. "Hey Arnold!" got five seasons, and dealt with mature themes during its run. A TV movie is reportedly being made, and will focus on the whereabouts of Arnold's folks.
3. "Rocko's Modern Life" (1993)
At number three is a show that focused on an Australian wallaby trying to adjust to American living. "Rocko's Modern Life" was crude, absurd, surreal, and while it was on a children's network, there were tons of sexual innuendos that we only realized after watching it as adults. From the perfect opening theme song to watching Rocco deal with the real world, this show was a...hoot!
2. "Rugrats" (1991)
A series about a bunch of toddlers dealing with life shouldn't really be a recipe for success, but "Rugrats" proved to be a massive success and more, airing for nine seasons, spawning three films, getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and rumor has it it may be returning with another film in the near future.
1. "Doug" (1991)
My man Doug tackled anxiety, bullying, self-esteem, and tried to get with his crush, Patti Mayonnaise, all while wearing a green sweater vest. That takes balls. While it wrapped up more than 15 years ago, "Doug" is still widely popular, and it continues to still influence us even as we age. You can also still catch Doug's alter-ego Quailman at this year's Halloween party (probably). And all that is enough to make this the number one cartoon of the '90s.
Tell us what you think number one should be. Bonus points if you don't wish death upon us for not having the same list you do.
Hey, if one of the most popular athletes in the world wants to send another woman a message on Instagram it shouldn't be a big deal, right? No, it shouldn't, but when that athlete is NBA superstar LeBron James, a guy who has been married since 2014, and he's just sent a message to a woman who has a boyfriend, then yes, it's kind of an issue.
Maybe King James was feeling lonely after a game when he sent a direct message to model Rachel Bush on her Instagram. "Hey what's up!" the 31-year-old star said, using his best pickup line. Take a look at a screenshot of the message that Bush took herself:
The screenshot has since been deleted, but now it's too late, as it's out for all to see.
James has been married since 2014, and has three kids, while Bush has been dating Cleveland Browns safety Jordan Pryor since last year. And Bush was at a Cavs game just last night with her man, posting this on Instagram:
But hey, you can't really blame James for messaging Bush when you go through her Instagram. Check out just some of the pics Bush has posted:
Via NY Daily News
After you follow Rachel Bush, follow these gals: 10 Busty Babes To Follow On Instagram
Tired of being lied to by every car billboard you pass by on your way to work? Well, you're in luck. We designed our own slogans for several of today's most popular automobiles and pulled no punches when it came to the types of people that actually drive them. OK, we still tried to give them some sort of a positive spin, but what's a good advertisement without that?
Don't even get us started on exercise: These Are Much More Realistic Motivational Posters For Getting In Shape
The 2016 presidential race is really heating up, with four main hopefuls (sorry John Kasich) left. Aside from the normal political hot button issues, we also like to focus on how these candidates fare in the Twitter world. Here are 25 of the best tweets about Donald Trump.
if the people who want trump to become president & the people who watch "Finding Bigfoot" was a Venn diagram it would be one circle— EJ Gomez (@EJGomez) January 12, 2016
"Trump is going to wipe out ISIS, straighten out China and make Mexico build us a wall!"— Alex Baze (@bazecraze) January 29, 2016
"I like Bernie Sanders."
"Come on, be realistic."
Reminds me of something but I can't quite place it. https://t.co/qaq6B6InDm— Michael Ian Black (@michaelianblack) March 5, 2016
Donald Trump looks like what I imagine Slimer from Ghostbusters looked like as a human.— Rob Fee (@robfee) September 17, 2015
donald trump looks like the villain in a movie where the hero is a dog— josh (@ruinedpicnic) August 29, 2015
if 10 years ago you told me donald trump would be the gop frontrunner i'd be like "do you know any girls that would have sex with me please"— rob whisman (@robwhisman) March 2, 2016
When I watch Trump I feel like he's doing a live action performance of Black Mirror.— Mike Birbiglia (@birbigs) March 24, 2016
Donald Trump always looks like he just farted in an elevator as other people are getting on pic.twitter.com/XzcLWSPGhQ— Dani Fernandez (@msdanifernandez) June 25, 2015
Donald Trump has no political experience. Meanwhile you need 5 years experience for an entry level management position at Chili's— Eliza Bayne (@ElizaBayne) March 2, 2016
Donald Trump is basically a YouTube comment section running for president— Brian Gaar (@briangaar) December 7, 2015
Trump is blaming Sanders supporters for the violence at his rally because you can't truly be Hitler until you blame a Jew for your problems.— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) March 13, 2016
I wouldn't vote for a woman just because I'm a woman, just like people shouldn't vote for Trump just because they're idiots.— Elizabeth is Ruined (@Elizasoul80) February 16, 2016
This account has been swearing at a feminist outlet for weeks to show her support for Trump. I can't stop laughing. pic.twitter.com/3dO2bML5X6— Katie Klabusich (@Katie_Speak) March 29, 2016
2016: Trump won't win.— Eric Smith (@ericsmithrocks) March 2, 2016
2017: President Trump can't do that, can he?
2018: You watching The Hunger Games tonight? I hope my District wins.
The only way to stop Donald Trump is to destroy his Horcruxes. The wig is definitely one. If you need me I'll be finding the other six.— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) December 7, 2015
I think Trump just did all the emoji faces in 7 seconds. pic.twitter.com/hC18pVxKgh— Jason Mustian (@jasonmustian) September 17, 2015
trump:im gonna make this country great again— royal (@RoyWilson42069) December 2, 2015
trump:go fuck yourself thats how
fox: finally someone not afraid to speak their mind
I'm voting for Trump. He has a big dick and is going to do war crimes— keen online poster (@jonathonio) March 4, 2016
"Grandma, why was Trump elected?"— Kashana (@kashanacauley) March 26, 2016
"We didn't listen to the birds." pic.twitter.com/pq8DwRqIXA
Dear Media: Hi. You know those comments of Trump's you keep calling "racially-charged"? They're "racist." You can use the word. It's okay.— side-eye spice (@goldengateblond) March 1, 2016
And then Batman and Superman put aside their differences and did the most heroic thing yet: voted for anyone but Trump.— Bree Essrig (@BreeEssrig) March 26, 2016
Related: 25 of the Funniest Tweets About Bernie Sanders
What do you do when your friend's "crazy" fiancée refuses to let him go on a birthday trip for his own birthday? You take the logical next step, of course: bring a cardboard cutout version of him instead.
Take a look at all the fun cardboard Kevin had with his buddies as they made it the best birthday of his life.
What a trip.
Via Reddit, Imgur
Hey, this mom missed her son: Mom Uses Cardboard Cutout Of Son To Fill The Empty Void While He Studies Abroad
With the Cubs, Pirates and Cardinals in charge of the NL Central these days, Milwaukee Brewers fans are going to have to get creative and come up with unique ways to keep smiles on their faces for the next few seasons.
Pocketing $100 for licking up a woman's barf in the Miller Park bleachers is one place to start
According to OnMilwaukee.com, that's exactly happened last weekend when thousands of fans came to the ballpark to watch their beloved team take on the Houston Astros. Thankfully, somebody recorded it for all to see.
Our guess is that it couldn't have tasted all that bad, as it appeared to be nothing more than a puddle of High Life with chunks of a somewhat-digested Usinger's sausage mixed in there.
Even crazier than some dude licking up a pile of a woman's puke? You guessed it: The Brewers actually won the series.
Everybody smile! Or puke. Whatever you think is best: 12 Perfectly Timed Puke Photos That Will Make You Laugh 'Til You Puke
You'd think any company would see a video of Abigail Ratchford dumping their product on her magnificent breasts and be excited about it in more ways than one.
But the folks at In-N-Out are saying that's not what their hamburgers are all about. Or their milkshakes, for that matter.
According to TMZ, attorneys for the fast-food chain have "demanded" Ratchford take out the video immediately, or they'll "likely serve up a lawsuit."
The video features Ratchford wearing nothing but a bikini (and eventually a milkshake) behind what looks like a delicious spread of In-N-Out products while she playfully throws fries at the camera. She then drops some of her vanilla shake on her breasts, wipes it off with her hands and then licks her fingers. (You can click here for the full video, but the shortened version is below.)
We think it's Advertising 101, but In-N-Out thinks otherwise, saying they have received numerous complaints about Ratchford's "sexually suggestive acts with In-N-Out Burger food." We'll let you be the judge:
Hmmmm. No complaints here. In fact, I think I'll sit down for a moment and then go get myself a Double-Double for lunch. And a vanilla milkshake, of course.
Abigail Ratchford mirror selfies? Yes, please: Abigail Ratchford Just Took The Best Mirror Selfies You'll See
Lawmakers in North Carolina signed a ridiculous bill into law late last month that essentially "eliminates LGBT protections on a local level" and makes it illegal for transgender students to use a public restroom that "links to the gender they identify with."
Thankfully, those with fully functioning brains have led a backlash against the legislation, including Deutsche Bank and Bruce Springsteen, who canceled a sold-out show in Greensboro last week because of it.
Well, now the porn website XHamster has joined in the fight by denying access to any IP addresses coming from the state, according to Perez Hilton.
The company's statement made exclusively to Perez Hilton was almost as impressive as their actions:
"We are appalled by the recent events that have transpired in North Carolina. We have spent the last 50 years fighting for equality for everyone and these laws are discriminatory which XHamster.com does not tolerate. As of today, access to XHamster.com is blacked out in the state of North Carolina until further notice. Judging by the stats of what you North Carolinians watch, we feel this punishment is a severe one. We will not standby and pump revenue into a system that promotes this type of garbage. We respect all sexualities and embrace them."
No response from the people of North Carolina yet, but we're sure it's going to look something like this:
"Damn. It looks like we'll have to use PornHub instead."
Pornhub says North Carolina loves lesbians: Here Are The Top Porn Searches And Categories By State
Is there such a thing as too much Charlotte McKinney news? We can't imagine so, especially considering this hardly even qualifies as such. We are literally making up reasons to talk about her, people! Anyways, over the weekend, the buxom blonde model posted a photo to her Instagram page that is driving us wild, and all she's wearing is a pair of boots. No caption. No context whatsoever. No nothing (except the boots). And all we have to say to that is, "Enjoy!"
Of course, what would a good Charlotte McKinney post be without a few more Instagram shots for the road?:
And for good measure: The 10 Hottest Charlotte McKinney GIFS on the Internet
Nothing I write here will top the incredible beach chair that the lady below uses for maximum comfort in the sun. So just get to it.
Yo! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, bro.
Hey! Did you see yesterday's Funny Photos?
More: Funny Photos
Over the weekend, a fan theory began circulating on YouTube that got followers of "The Walking Dead" TV series even more nervous for Glenn and Daryl after the events of the Season 6 finale. After carefully watching the videos (they are very well thought out and nicely put together), I still can't shake two looming apprehensions: (A) the footsteps you hear don't match the theory, and (B) Jeffrey Dean Morgan said he didn't know the episode would end on a cliffhanger. That confirms (at least to me) that the footsteps are probably more accurate than the "eenie meenies." While I could sit here and try to carefully listen to how many steps Negan took with each move, this is the show that wanted us to believe you could escape a horde of zombies unscathed by sliding under a dumpster. I'm sure the choppy editing of the final scene was intentional and doesn't mean a damn thing. Instead, I choose to look to the comics and what I know of the many deviations the show has made from them, leaving me with just one sound solution: The person that Negan bludgeoned to death was...
And maybe even one more long-standing character (but more on that later).
Let me preface everything I'm about to say with this: I'm a fan of both TWD television series and comic books. Furthermore, I don't find one overall better than the other. In fact, I think the best way to enjoy each to its full potential is to be fully engrossed in the other. Not only does this method calm you down in times of frustration (read: infuriating cliffhangers), but you also start to get a feel for how they influence one another. As such, since the comics are further along than the TV show, you can figure out at times how the show will stray from the source. While not all of the reasons I think Abraham will bite the big one relate back to the books, many do, so consider this your ***SPOILER WARNING*** and get ready to be convinced that your favorite characters (unless they are named Abraham) are safe and sound.
1. The Biggest Guy In The Room
See, I'm not even starting with something from the comics. This is purely based on the evidence laid out right in front of us in the finale. When someone is sent to prison, the advice you always hear people give is to seek out the biggest, toughest dude in the joint and kick his ass to show that you are not to be messed with. Considering Rick looked like he was suffering from swine flu the entire time Negan was delivering his dramatic introduction, this leaves Big Abe. You saw the way he and Negan were sizing each other up. You saw that when the game began, Abe didn't flinch. I'd be willing to bet Negan was doing the math in his head the entire time just so he could land right on that bushy fu manchu once he got to "it."
2. He's Already Dead In The Comics
OK, I know this means nothing, but it totally folds back into my first point. On the show, Abraham's comic book death was transferred to lady doctor Denise. At first I thought that maybe this was because they wanted to keep Abe around, but quickly realized it was more about giving Daryl's story line further motivation. Fair enough. He's already taken so much from Abraham's comic character in terms of story, what's one more? But I've also read that the only reason Abe kicked the bucket in the first place was because creator Robert Kirkman realized that in order to establish The Saviors as a legit threat, someone had to go down. Since it was just Abraham and Eugene against them at the time, it had to be one of them. It couldn't be Eugene for reasons I'll point out later, so that was that.
Therefore, Abraham obviously wasn't there when the situation with Negan came to a head (sorry, poor word choice). It was just Rick, Glenn, Maggie, Sophia, Carl, Michonne and Heath. Not really a dominant person to take down in that group besides Rick (which could never happen). Get what I'm saying?
3. Virtually No Glenn And Maggie This Season
The whole point of killing off a major character is to give it emotional weight. Yes, we got the big Glenn fake out this season, and Maggie's side of it involving learning to live without someone when they are gone. But for the most part, they didn't have many big moments together. The Abraham and Sasha romance was explored almost ad nauseam, so it'd be way more of a bitch to see that all come crashing down.
4. The Abraham/Sasha Romance Replaces Glenn/Maggie
First and foremost, Sasha is much more like Maggie's comic book character than even Maggie is (i.e., suicidal and lost everyone). In the books, Glenn's death creates a major rift in the group, and Maggie goes to live at the Hilltop because it was Glenn's last wish that they move there to be safer from threats. So whether he dies or not (even on the show), the two (or one) are going there to handle their baby situation. If Abe croaks, there could be a few more people jumping ship, making for a much more interesting story overall. But back to the whole babies thing, let's not forget the little "pancakes" talk Abraham and Sasha had in the RV. I can't be the only person who was thinking, "This is a death sentence conversation!" the entire time. I know TWD likes to foreshadow events that may or may not come to pass, but they were really sealing poor Abe's fate with that one.
One more brief point: in the comics, Maggie had just told Glenn she was pregnant a day or two before he was killed. Sasha and Abraham are talking about having a baby hours before the Negan showdown. Who's to say the whole thing wasn't music to Sasha's ears because she was already pregnant? I'm just gonna throw that out there to further the relationship parallels between the two couples.
5. Someone In The RV
Again, we don't consider TWD a sophisticated, highbrow zombie series anymore. It tries too hard with its artsy cinematography, and let's face it, it will pull just about any hackneyed gimmick at this point to keep the ratings up. But would it really just leave a loaded Chekov's gun sitting there and not use it? The Savior member who kept antagonizing Rick all episode made it a point to mention (multiple times even, if I recall) that it would be someone from the RV he was traveling in that was living their last day on Earth. Then Negan made his entrance from said RV when he was introduced. Just pull the effing trigger already!
6. Eugene's Tender Goodbye
Abraham didn't just get a new romance this season, but a bromance with Eugene budded, as well. You all saw that hug when Eugene was about to leave on his suicide mission. I was watching with my girlfriend, who blurted out an audible, "Awww..." (something I'd never heard her do while watching TWD). OK, show, you've got us invested. Now bury the knife in our hearts.
7. Eugene And Rosita, A Perfect Match?
Would you believe under any other circumstance that Rosita would wind up in a relationship with Eugene? In the comics, Abraham's death was the catalyst that ultimately drove the two together, so why wouldn't they repeat it here? It's clear the Spencer hookup was just a revenge lay. Plus, I've mentioned before that Rosita has recently started to inherit story lines from the very much still alive Andrea in the books, who had a brief fling with Spencer after losing someone close to her, as well. That's because at the end of the day, as I said in the beginning, the show doesn't stray that far from the comics.
8. They've Never Killed Off A MAJOR Character
Hear me out here. I know Andrea is a huge player in the comics. I know Laura was, too, at first. But they weren't exactly killed off on the series because fans loved them. In fact, most of us hated them and were glad when they were gone. In this TWD fan's experience, the death that hurt the most was Merle's. But that wasn't because he was some major likeable dude. He was a total a-hole up until about his last episode alive. But then they gave him some redemption. They made you like him in the zero hour so his death would mean more. Sounding familiar? I'm not saying the show isn't capable of going all out and whacking a huge fan favorite. I'm just saying they never really have before. Something to chew on (again, poor choice of words on my part).
9. Michael Cudlitz Is A Character Actor At Heart
Cudlitz's acting resume boasts an impressive 101 credits, with "Southland" being his longest running stint on a show, with 43 episodes. No other cast member's resume even comes close. He's currently at 36 episodes with TWD. He's not going to be hurting if he's written out. There are plenty of police officer roles for him to fill out there, and with such a major series now on his list of accomplishments, we doubt he'll have any trouble landing his next gig.
10. It's Ultimately Less Of A Risk
Like it or not, the most highly rated cable television series is as much a TV show as it is a business, and that means keeping as many asses in the seats as possible for as long as possible. Why kill off even Abraham, a character who has the smallest fan base of the trio most expected to die, when they can make every fan stick around for the summer? And when the time comes and someone HAS to pay the piper in the premiere, Abe is the perfect scapegoat. That is, of course, if that's enough to appease fans looking for a little satisfaction after such a buildup. But don't worry, I thought of that, too.
Remember waaay back when this article began and I stated that another long-standing character could lose their life in the premiere? Well, don't worry, I didn't forget. After watching the Negan scene several more times, one particular line stood out above the rest (it wasn't even from the comics, by the way). Once Glenn has his little freak-out moment, Negan tells the group that if any of them does it again, he will "shut that shit down, no exceptions." Well, if your boyfriend or girlfriend were to be killed right in front of your eyes (and you also happened to have some suicidal tendencies), would you not forgo such a warning? I'm betting Sasha would. And this Negan character certainly seems like a man of his word. Looks like it's picture day for the most unfortunate couple on television.
(photos via AMC, Entertainment Weekly)
Everybody loves a good drunk story. By this I mean: an epic story of drunk debauchery that is told while sober. This does not, by any means, reference a story somebody tells while drunk, as these mumbled tales rarely make any sense. Since this is the case, I decided to reach out to the masses and ask for your best drunk stories -- told sober, I assume.
From a spontaneous threesome to almost getting shot by an armed farmer, these are your wildest drunk stories.
Stranded In Mexico
I went to Mexico recently with a group of friends. My friend (let's call him "Nate") came with us. Nate had always been a bit of a heavy drinker and a trouble maker.
Two hours into the trip, Nate's card is declined at a strip club. He's already purchased a lap dance and now he can't pay for it. So instead of helping him, we drunkenly thought it would be funny to let the bouncers have at him.
They took his wallet from him, which had his ID and made him leave. We stayed and figured he would make it back to the US just fine. What we didn't realize was that he had no money, no ID or passport, and no way to tell us that he was royally screwed. He then walked three miles to the US/Mexico border and got in line.
Hours later, we showed up and were almost through the line when we looked into the holding area to see Nate in a room making phone calls and border patrol officers hovering over him. We called over a guard and explained the situation, told them he was an American citizen, and let us talk to him.
It took him four hours, but they finally let him through.
Nate never went back to Mexico. – Wes, 28
Kidnapped At An Afterparty
I was downtown drunk by myself because my friends had left in a cab. I didn't have enough money to cab myself, so I went into another bar and luckily found a couple guys I knew.
Next thing I know, I wake up in a super creepy basement with two guys I've never seen before staring at me. It didn't help that there were swords and knives all over the walls, either. As such, I ran out the door and down the street.
As I'm running, I look back and see one of the guys chasing me. I finally see a house with lights on so i bang on the door, screaming, "Call the police, I'm being chased!" Sure enough, the cops were called, took me home, and talked to my mom saying they hoped I wasn't assaulted.
I woke up the next day and my friend messaged me on Facebook saying someone was texting her from my number saying they had all my stuff. So I picked up my friend and went to the house to get my stuff. The guy told me I was hanging out with him and his friends at the bar, they invited me to an afterparty, we drank, then I passed out for about 15 minutes, woke up, didn't remember them, and ran out of the house.
I asked him why he chased me and he said, "I was just trying to give you your stuff back!" My alleged kidnappers turned out to be very solid dudes! – Madelin, 26
Drunk Driving In A Convertible
Picture four teenagers in a top-down convertible, case of beer in the trunk and a couple of plastic six-pack rings on the back seat. It's about 2AM on a Saturday night.
Stopped at a stop light, a dark-colored car pulls up behind us. "Let's shaft this one," the front passenger said. The light turned green, the car went into park, and we executed the proverbial perfect "fire drill". Both doors flew open and the front seat emptied. We made two full laps around the car and the driver behind us just sat there patiently waiting for the idiots in from of him to finish the stunt.
After diving back to our seats and slamming the doors, burning tire rubber was the final insult to our victim. Turns out, the vehicle was an unmarked cop car. Me, being the youngest of the group (only seventeen at the time) I tried to bullshit my way out of telling the cop my real age. It didn't work. After receiving several tickets and switching drivers, the car was allowed to go on its way.
Me, I got a complimentary ride in the back of the unit to the police station, where I languished until morning until my father came to get me, cursing me out all the way home. With that, I was grounded for the last two weeks of my summer vacation. – Chuck, 58
How To Get Out Of A Ticket
I lived in Southern California and a whole bunch of us went to a bar in a neighboring town. I had too much to drink and decided to drive home. On the way, I was pulled over by a policeman. He asked me get out of the car, as he wanted to give me a drunk test. I said I did not feel well and as I bent over to get out of the car, I threw up all over his shoes.
Expecting to be taken to jail, he instead shut my door and said, "Drive safely!" – Tina, 59
Standoff With An Armed Farmer
Driving across pastures outside of town somewhere around midnight, my buddies and I were armed to the teeth with .22 caliber guns and a 12 gauge shotgun (we are talking Texas, after all). It was open season on jackrabbits and we went hunting in this poor farmer's field. We were very, very drunk.
Several rabbits had escaped our aim, so out came the shotgun. "Don't need to aim this f*cker," said someone in the back seat, as the first blast ripped perpendicular to the left side of the car. We hadn't shot shit.
Even in an all-out drunken stupor, we knew it was time to call it. So before heading back to civilization, we needed to piss. Zippers down lined-up beside the convertible, we noticed something unexpected -- car headlights had spotlighted us from the fence, dicks out and all.
Shit! Had the sheriff been called? We sure as hell weren't going to be caught drunk, armed and trespassing, were we? I know I hadn't finished peeing, but I dove head first into the back seat as the car started moving.
We punch it toward the gate with the barbed wire fence that had been our access point to the field. But no, the farmer was smart and he was damned tired of hearing gunshots for the third night in a row. We soon saw the gate was blocked by his pickup.
He was just standing there in our headlights, beside the pickup, bravely facing four armed and hammered teens charging at him in a car, just daring us to run him down or fire another shot. I'm not sure what it costed him to fix that barbed wire fence line, but that didn't matter, as we veered to the right of the gate and punched his own way back to the highway. No cops in sight and we got away scot-free. Needless to say, that was our last rabbit hunt. – Chuck, 58
Spontaneous Threesome With A Stranger
In Niagara Falls on a hockey tournament, my buddy and I were just about to head out to the casino when a cute latin girl caught my eye and we started talking. No longer than 15 minutes later, she asked that she and my buddy join her in her hotel room.
She brought us to her room, proceeded to take her clothes off, and jumped in the bath tub, ushering us to join her. We obliged. Soon enough we were engaged in a full-on threesome.
Eventually, once the threesome was over, me and my buddy were sitting on the bed and she stood up and began dancing behind a panel, turning her figure into a sexy silhouette. It was damn hot. That is until she slipped and fell into the tub. Hard.
We took this opportunity to grab her bra and bail. The garment hung in our room as a chandelier decoration for the remainder of the weekend and we therefore became legends among the hockey team. – Dan, 26
Painting The High School In Puke
It was a grade 10 high school dance and I was heading over with the girl I had a crush on (we'll call her "Tracey"). Wanting to impress her, I pounded a hockey water bottle's worth of Bacardi rum, and we proceeded to the dance. As soon as I got in there, I knew things were bad and that they were going to get worse. I was seeing triple.
Before long, I'm sat on the sidelines being handed water by my philosophy teacher who was serving as a chaperone. Instead of drinking it, I instead poured it out on my hand, lifted Tracey's skirt in front of a group of people (including my teacher), and slapped her ass as hard as I could.
Next thing I know, I'm puking in the guys washroom with an audience of seniors watching me. This same teacher (my drunken savior) came in, cleared the crowd and asked my two largest buddies to discreetly escort me out so that I didn't get suspended or expelled.
Discretion, according to my buddies, was lifting me over their heads and walking out with my 10-feet above the ground. They then called my dad, who said if I puked in the car, he'd kill me, and I literally crawled up the stairs to resume puking. I then passed out with my arm in the toilet and covered in vomit. I never was expelled, thankfully. – Rob, 26
The Puke-Covered Barefoot Hike
After making out with a guy who I'd liked for years and had a girlfriend, drama had hit its peak, so my friends decided it was time to take me home. When we were about five minutes away from my friend's place, I puked everywhere -- all over the cab, and my friends. I was kicked out (barefoot, for some reason), and decided to scatter off on my own through a field -- again, barefoot. My friends tried chasing after me, but I was drunk and therefore superhuman.
When my friend Tina finally caught up to me, I called her out. "Wanna go?" I shouted at her, and raised my fists as if I were Holly Holm. She, who was drunk as well, responded by crying, which led me to escape again. Hours later, my friends (who had been searching until the early morning to find me) discovered I was crashed in my friend's bed (this is the place we were heading to in the cab) since 3AM. I had somehow travelled roughly four kilometers barefoot through fields, suburban neighborhoods and the outskirts of my high school, without so much as a scratch. – Sarah, 26
Stopped On A Highway
A group of friends (guys and girls) had booked a hotel near a club we wanted to hit up nearby. The club was pretty good, and me and two friends headed back to the hotel when it was closed, where two of our friends had already retired to.
When we came in, we walked in on pure mayhem. The one girl we were with had snapped and for some reason we didn't know, started to absolutely freak on us. Various heavy objects were thrown in our direction and the room behind her was a total mess.
My buddy, declaring this was no place to get in a fight, made the foolish decision to drive home with me and another girl serving as passenger. He was absolutely hammered. So hammered, that out of nowhere, he (who was in the middle of a busy highway at this point) came to a complete stop on the highway, and said he shouldn't be driving. That he was too drunk.
Needless to say, we talked him back into driving and we made it home. But damn, I'd never been stopped in the middle of the highway before, and I hope I never will be again. – Sean, 26
We know damn well that people can be extremely lazy, but we also know that human beings always have the capacity to go even further. Thanks to Whisper, we have confessions about just how pathetically lazy both men and women can be. See if you can top them today.
More: These Students Are The 20 Laziest People On Earth