“Tumblr: The Musical” turns the art of Tumbln’ into a catchy tune, complete Internet meme references, web culture jokes and a cameo from Hipster Ariel.
A visit to Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte’s website reveals an online store filled with novelty sunglasses sporting the Vogue coverboy’s “Reezy Jeah” tagline. USOC rules prohibit Lochte from selling the red-white-and-blue sunnies during the Olympics, so that means you’ve got a few weeks to mull which style suits your fancy. To help your decision along, we asked the world’s cutest animals to get their Reezy Jeah on.
The Aurora, Colo. movie theater shooting that left 12 people dead and 58 wounded has sparked several Internet campaigns to show support for the victims and their community.
The shooting occurred during the midnight premiere of “The Dark Knight Rises,” so many of the images have incorporated a Batman theme.
Forty-three years ago, on July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 landed on the moon. Six hours later, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong became the first men to step foot on the lunar surface. To celebrate this year’s Moon Day, we re-imagined what the moon would have looked like had our intrepid astronauts had smartphones in hand. Check out these Instagrammed versions of some of history’s most iconic photos.
“Who should we get for Wednesday night?” asked Jay Leno. “How about Newt Gingrich and Snooki,” responded the greatest scheduler to ever work in entertainment television. And so it was written.
Newt Gingrich and Snooki were in fact Jay Leno’s guests on The Tonight Show Wednesday evening. They apparently hit it off — there was even an exchange of stuffed animals (Newt, you animal lover, you).
This picture was uploaded anonymously Monday on 4chan, proclaiming, “This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King.”
These Burger King employees might be good at balancing themselves on buckets of vegetation, but they’re not very good at removing Exif data from their photos. The denizens of 4chan were quick to notice, and the lettuce-stepper was fired they very next day.