Monday, October 29, 2012

News: I Hope The Guy Who Got Knocked Out By The American Thighs In That Song Is Okay

From The Onion, of course.

I Hope The Guy Who Got Knocked Out By The American Thighs In That Song Is Okay 

by Janice Weingarten

I just heard a song on the radio that, quite frankly, left me feeling very concerned. 

While I understand that the gentleman singing the song was having—or sounded as though he was having—an enjoyable time, I can’t help but worry. All I can say is, I’m glad he met the best damn woman he’d ever seen (as he put it), but I sure hope that guy who got knocked out by the American thighs in that song is okay.

What if he’s really hurt? Being knocked out is a serious matter, whether by American thighs or anything else, and there could be major health consequences as a result.

And frankly, it sounded pretty serious. There was some agitation in the singing man’s voice, to be sure. It almost seemed as though he was screaming, which I can only assume was from the pain, from damage to his inner ear, or, God forbid, from brain damage. 

After all, losing consciousness like that is not something to simply shrug off. In fact, if the man who got knocked out by the Americans thighs in that song is reading this now, I would urge him to get himself checked out as soon as possible. Call a doctor or have someone take you to the emergency room immediately. 

You can’t take any chances when it comes to your health.


News: Fox's New Celebrity Diving Show

I think they should have a different twist every week, like freshwater crocs in the pool or tossing in a toaster just as the celeb hits the water or draining the pool without telling anyone. From Gawker.

By P.J. Smith

Fox to Join ABC in Throwing D-List Celebrities Off Cliffs, Calling It Reality TV

Fox is taking the dive (!) into the fast-developing TV genre of what Deadline describes as the "competition celebrity diving reality arena." Oh, you were not aware of this genre? Allow me to explain.

Fox's new show—"Stars In Danger: High Diving"—will feature about eight lucky, barely famous people who will undergo a "crash-course" in diving techniques (which I'm assuming will involve at least one foreboding cliff jump, because why else would anyone watch celebrities belly-flop into a normal body of water?). 

Finally, these "celebrities" will duke it out in a series of Olympic dives, "including solo high diving and synchronized diving."

"Stars In Danger" is premiering right on the heels of ABC's purchase of the European reality TV show "Celebrity Splash." It is the "Nanny 911" to ABC's "Supernanny," the "Trading Spouses" to ABC's "Wife Swap" In other words, pretty much the same exact show.

Dogs In Star Wars Costumes Of The Day

Pets love costumes. Just look at their faces.

From BestWeekEver.

Lots more at BestWeekEver.

Halloween Prank Of The Day: Sneeze

I've sneezed that hard before.



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