I’m sure you’re familiar with those phone pranks where someone asks something like “Is Amanda Huggenkiss there?” LOL. Well, a similar thing just happened to a weatherman. Henry DiCarlo, a KTLA morning news weatherman, got tricked into wishing “Huge Anus” a happy birthday on the live TV newscast. If course it must have read, Hugh Janus, but that’s not how it sounded. A fellow anchor burst out laughing before DiCarlo realized what he had said and they were all in stitches for quite a while before they could recover.
Watch the funny prank / news blooper below. Have a great weekend!
Yesterday, a good friend of mine shared this video with me and thought it was worth sharing. Then I saw a few people posting it on Facebook as well so I’m now getting around to writing about it.
You see, earlier this week, my world changed quite a bit with a breakup, but the truth of the matter is it’s a good thing. Despite the fact that it’s a painful process, I’m now at the point where I get why it’s good. We are both at places in our lives where we have been complacent and not happy. Not necessarily with each other, but our careers and focus in life. I had several moments of clarity over the past 12 hours and the most important thing is to do what makes you happy. If you’re not happy, change it and take action. Being an entrepreneur, I do generally “do what I love,” but change is always needed in life and I’m excited for what lies ahead.
This video, narrated by Alan Watts, asks the question, “What If Money Did Not Matter?” We spend most of our lives doing things we don’t love because we feel like we have to for money. But what if you did something you loved and enjoyed life first and foremost? Chances are that can turn into something you can make money at. Watch the video to see this explained more clearly.
I love a good disney parody and also love a good a cappella cover so the video below made me very happy. A YouTuber/Singer named Jon Cozart created a song called “After Ever After” that he sings a cappella with himself.
The “After Ever After” lyrics tell the story of several of your favorite Disney characters and what happened to them after they lived happily ever after. For example, here’s what happened to Ariel:
“I loved being princess down in — this beautiful ocean blue / But mermaids are going missing — they end up in someone’s stew / So just try to put yourself in — to somebody else’s gills / You’re killing my ecosystem — with fishing and oil spills / Thank you BP, thank you BP / The British are killing, oil is spilling / Now I can’t see… MY EYES! / Chinamen feast on Flounder’s fins / Plus the Japanese killed all my whale friends / Oceans are browning, I think I’m drowning / Thanks to BP / YOU SUCK!”
Other than Ariel, the other characters we learn about included Belle, Jasmine, Pocahontas, and Prince Ali. Enjoy!
In the following video, Davey Wavey asks several lesbians (one-on-one) what they think about vaginas. Their initial reactions range from wishing that they had one to explaining that lesbians actually don’t have a problem with penises… just what they are attached to. He then asks them to describe a penis in one word and some of their responses include: Pointy, transformer, squishy-stick, and of course many others. He also had them talk about how penises smell and also to make a face as if they were a penis. LOL.
Another random funny aspect to the video is that there’s one girl that’s all confused because it turns out she’s not a lesbian… well, she admits to being 10% lesbian. Enjoy the video below!
The tour is in support of her “Truth About Love” album which has been certified double platinum in Canada and is proving to be one of her most successful to date. P!nk played a range of material from the album, including current single “Just Give Me a Reason,” “Try” (featuring the aforementioned Colt Prattes, a performance that is even more incredible in person to watch) and ended the night (quite appropriately) with “Truth About Love” lead single “Blow Me (One Last Kiss).”
This. Is. Fascinating. I can’t tell you how timely this web series is for me. I’ve always been pretty honest and open with you guys about what’s going on in my life – kind of hard not to. It’s also nice to have an outlet like this. Anyway, in this last week I’m become single after three years in a relationship and Grindr has made it’s way onto my phone. I have mixed feelings about the app and feel like the only reason I have it is a coping mechanism for what’s going on with me and have yet to meet with anyone on it since I’ve had my own profile. Everyone has told me it’s a waste of time and I’ll just end up wanting to delete it anyway and I can already see why… That being said, for some of my friends it proves very useful and to each his own, right?
A new documentary web series called The Grindr Guide has launched on the web and so far five episodes have been released that address the following topics: Sex, Race, The Profile Pic, The Date, and more. Grindr (and other gay dating/hookup apps that are similar) have become so prevalent in the gay community that it’s great to see it being discussed and talked about out in the open in this series. It’s very interesting to me to hear what these Grindr users from Sydney, Australia have to say about the app and their love/hate relationship with it. The eight-part web series was filmed over a three-month period during early 2012.
Watch the first batch of episodes below. There are more to come so stay tuned.
The last time I wrote about the sexy Cheyenne Jackson it was for his “I Don’t Wanna Know” music video, which I loved. This time, I’m writing about a cover he just did of a song I really like.
In the video below, Jackson does a cover of Elton John’s “Your Song” and it’s really sweet. Steve Bargonetti is in the background playing guitar while Jackson sings. If you recall, the song was also sung by Ewan McGregor in Moulin Rouge and is definitely my favorite song from that movie. While whipping this article together, I also found a cover that Ellie Goulding did of “Your Song” as well. I’ve included it below, along with the Moulin Rouge version and Elton John’s original version.
Check out all four version of the song and vote on which one you like best. Enjoy!
A YouTube personality named John Bird recently did a video titled “How To Identify A Gay Person” to coincide with a past video he did on Metrosexuality and how straight guys are doing more things these days that previously would have been considered feminine.
As Bird introduces the topic, he explains, “Now this can be taken in two directions. The obviously highly offensive stereotypical route, or the route in which people look back and go… ‘Ahhh, yeah.’ I think you can pretty much guess which direction this is gonna go.” In all seriousness, the video isn’t meant to be offensive, but more to highlight society’s stereotypes. For example, there is a stereotype around the idea that who a guy hangs out with can be a clue as to if he’s gay. As you can see in the photo above, Bird amongst all of those gay icons would certainly set off someone’s gaydar.
Check out the video below. I’ve also included the video he did on metrosexuals as well. Enjoy!