Remember Chris Crocker? He became a YouTube sensation back in 2007 with his viral Leave Britney Alone clip. Since then, he’s been the subject of the HBO documentary, Meet At The Zoo, released a couple of singles and dabbled in porn. Now he can add another hyphenate to his list of accomplishments.
The Tennessee-born personality has been tapped by American Apparel to front their upcoming campaign. The 25-year-old shared a few of the pics on his Instagram. I have to say, he cleans up pretty well. Check a few more pictures below.
When one thinks of motor homes, this isn’t exactly what comes to mind. With $30,000 worth of leather, $100,000 – $125,000 worth of technology, a $20,000 bathroom and $100,000 granite countertops spanning over 1,200 square feet, you won’t find this luxurious two-storey mobile mansion at your neighborhood trailer park. If so, where because I’m moving in.
This place Will Smith calls home while on set is so sick it’s nicknamed “The Heat.” HGTV highlighted it on their series, Celebrity Motor Homes. The coolest part is when it expands to give even more room inside. If you like what you see, reportedly, you can rent it for a reasonable $9,000 a week. Check out all the wicked features and amenities in the video below.
If you encountered an extraordinary amount of grouchy people today, perhaps they were merely just taking part in the annual celebration. National Grouch Day was originally created to celebrate Sesame Street‘s resident curmudgeon, Oscar The Grouch. According to Muppet Wiki (yes, that’s a thing), “A Grouch’s mission in life is to be as miserable and grouchy as possible, and pass that feeling on to everyone else.”
Even though this random holiday was intended for Oscar the Grouch, television and film are filled with crotchety characters- some lovable, some not so much. A few celebrated habitual pessimists include Simon Cowell (early American Idol era), Glee’s Sue Sylvester, Archie Bunker, Judge Judith Sheindlin, Breaking Bad‘s Walter White and those Grumpy Old Men Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. Who are your favorites? Share them below after watching Oscar the Grouch’s grouch anthem.
Because this writing style is all the rage.
Look, this informal lead sentence will prepare you for a meta-conversational article which is persuasive because we’re just two buddies kiki-ing, here. Nothing scary about that, right?
With that out of the way: I’m not a huge CrossFit zealot. I’m a skeptic by nature, who CrossFits because it works for me. I wanted to be fit and look good, now I am and I do. I don’t eat paleo, I compete casually, and I only talk about CrossFit when people ask me how I got it like that.
But it seems to have become ok for people who don’t do it to hate on it, and I’m not sure I understand why that is, except maybe people who haven’t got it like that tend to resent people who do, and maybe they know a few douchebags who give the whole community a bad name, and maybe they’re too intimidated to try it themselves.
A couple of days ago, I shared a clip by Marina Shifrin where she gave the most epic job resignation. Frustrated with her boss, Shifrin executed an interpretive dance to Kanye West’s “Gone” which went viral, amassing over 11 million views as of publish time. As they say, everything happens for a reason. Queen Latifah not only invited Marina to her show, but also offered her a job as digital content product, a job she created specifically for her. Not too shabby.
Meanwhile half way across the world in Taiwan, her previous employer Next Media Animation filmed a video response to Shifrin’s original clip. He appears in the clip with his “happy” staff, showing the perks of working there. In addition, he declares they’re hiring and gives instructions on how to apply. Just in case you’re wondering, he’s not bitter about being the subject of Marina’s clip and he wishes her well. Check out Shifrin’s appearance on Latifah’s show and her previous boss’ video response below.
We’ve all given our notice before, but I’m sure never in this fashion. Marina Shifrin’s job required to film high generating-viewed videos. Ironically, her latest creation has become arguably her biggest viral video. At last count, it’s amassed over three million views simply by leaving her current occupation. She taped herself dancing to Kanye West’s “Gone” as she explained her frustrations with her previous employer.
I’m curious to know if this thing is actually real, or simply another faux clip. If 100% genuine, two snaps for having the guts to do it. With that being said, I’m sure one day this vid will haunt her. Don’t you think? Check out her epic job resignation below.
Depending on what you get up to this weekend, I can almost guarantee this WILL be the gayest thing you’ll see. When can you say you last saw Sailor Moon and Wonder Woman engaged in an epic voguing battle?
Well, not the actual women but two individuals who go by the names of Inxi and Lasseindra respectively. The two busted out their best moves at the 2013 Streetstar Festival in Sweden. Not only was there voguing but tons of whacking and breaking battles during the event. Check out the deathdropping moves below.
People who have been single for a long time often get a lot of slack from friends and family members about it. In this new vide by Funny or Die, several singles talk about these problems but give you hope in saying that “It Gets Better“.
In the video, the singles explain that name calling is one of things they have to deal with. Some of them include: “Third Wheel,” “Slut Butt,” “Lake Flacid,” and “Weird F*cking Single Guy“. LOL. But these folks are here to tell you that it does get better and that there are several benefits to being single. Having been single for a little over six months now, I have to agree and 2013 has been one of the best years of my life… but that’s a whole separate article.
Enjoy the hilarious video below and remember single people, “It Gets Better”.