E! News
7 hours
Evening Standard
10 hours
Daily Mail - Golf
13 hours
Mashable
13 hours
An insanely difficult Super Mario Maker level has been making the rounds on the internet, and it's one of the most stressful 60 seconds of Mario imaginable. The level is called "P is for Pain" and consists of nothing but spike traps, P switches and trampolines carrying P switches. Something that is notably missing from that list: anything solid to stand on. SEE ALSO: Mario enters the real world in hilarious 'Grand Theft Auto' mod After the first patch of ground right at the start, Mario has to constantly jump and move to avoid death. P switches only offer a brief moment of respite before they disappear completely, so there is no spot to catch your breath anywhere on this level. On top of that, there are no powerups, so Mario dies in one hit. Read more... More about Game Grumps , Reddit , Gaming , Super Mario Maker , and Nintendo
Mashable
15 hours
Daily Mail - Australia
16 hours
Daily Mail - Entertainment
16 hours
The fashion designer, 42, showed off her humorous side as she poked fun at her famously deadpan expression with a filtered mirror selfie on Instagram on Thursday.
Deadline
17 hours
Mashable
17 hours
Daily Mail - Home
18 hours
Daily Mail - Australia
19 hours
Daily Mail - Home
20 hours
A hilarious video from Derbyshire has captured a dog's disastrous attempts to run after a ball: she runs in the wrong direction, can't get the ball into her mouth and has terrible paw-eye coordination.
WhoWhatWhy
21 hours
He asked her to talk about her understanding of this debate between proficiency and growth and she proceeded to completely mangle the definition and he said, but you’re not talking about proficiency, you’re talking about growth and she said something like, I’m not sure I understand your question. Of course you didnt understand the question because she doesnt understand anything about the issues connected to federal education policy. She may be a smart woman in terms of using her money to advance her religious goals, but she is completely in the dark about federal education. If you want to see a hilarious stand up, I suggest that you Google Trevor Noah on the Daily Show, who took some of the highlights of her testimony and had a ball kind of thing, “but she’s failed every single subject, but the only one she passed was Donations 101” because she and her family has given at least $200 million to the Republican party, which means she will be confirmed, actually she and her family has given money to 10 of the 12 Republican members of the committee that will be judging her.
Daily Mail - Home
21 hours
Daily Mail - Home
a day
We may be tired of the human selfie, but when it's an animal holding the phone, the photos seem funnier. From a grinning maraque to a gurning ostrich, animal selfies are tickling the internet.
Techradar
a day
Our seemingly never-ending craze for selfies has helped make Meitu a photo-editing app that warps your face into an anime-like visage go viral in the West in the last few days. The app can be fun, allowing you to create Japanese-inspired anime versions of your face, then share the often hilarious results with your friends and family. So whats not to like about this frivolous little app? Theres a caveat, particularly for Android-owners: To be part of the fun, Meitu asks for a bucketload of permissions to access information on your phone, which has sparked numerous security and privacy concerns. From frivolous to serious concern Meitu was created by Chinese entrepreneur Cai Wensheng in 2008 and since then has been ruling the selfie-editing apps in China. The edits can make users look fairer, taller, slimmer and remove dark circles and blemishes with just a few taps.
Cnet
a day
To get away from all the political posts, I decided to venture over to Reddit's Photoshop Battles to see what they had to offer. I was not disappointed.
Variety
a day
Broad City co-creator Abbi Jacobson is making her first trek to Sundance this year for the premiere of Person to Person. Its a different kind of project for Jacobson a comedy thats more interested in human behavior than hilarious gags. But just as Broad City focuses on 20-somethings trying to make it in the... Read more »
Evening Standard
a day
Deadline
a day
Tributes to Miguel Ferrer are pouring out in the wake of the celebrated character actor's death today at 61 following a battle with throat cancer. Those who worked with him, knew him, or simply admired him praised Ferrer for both his on-camera and voice acting, celebrated him as a decent human being, and frequently noted some of his most well-known roles. Among those weighing in, Ferrer's cousin, George Clooney. Today history will mark giant changes in our world, and...
Digital Trends
a day
PerezHilton
a day
Man are we going to miss Barack Obama and Michelle Obama ! But just imagine how Ellen DeGeneres feels! She not only got to meet AND dance with the First Couple, but as she pointed out on Thursday's show: "I am a legally married woman because of him. And so is my wife." Awwww. People forget how much progress was made over the past eight years! Related: Stephen Colbert's Commentary On Obama's Final Press Conference Is Mostly SadBut Ellen is here to help you remember the milestones -- and mostly the moves -- with a hilarious, beautiful, poignant look back on her relationship with President Barack Hussein Obama! Ch-ch-check it out (below)! [ Image via EllenTube . ]
OK!
2 days
The vet had been preparing to go on a date with his former flame Chas Dingle, but ended up in tears after getting his bits stuck into his trouser zip. Paddy had been with pal Marlon Dingle at the time and clearly in pain, he cried: “The zip. Something terrible has happened.” He then rushed off to check out the damage and returned wanting Marlon to give his verdict on his injured nether-regions too. Paddy asked Marlon to take a look and trying to reassure him it ...
KyivPost
2 days
” “Our whole family found this part of the movie irresistibly hilarious, and since then my brother and I renamed our mom Mamushka,” Hercules explains in her book. “Mamushka” is not just about Ukrainian food. Apart from its Ukrainian recipes for almost every occasion, such as borshch, varenyky, holubtsi, salo, paska (Ukrainian Easter bread) and even blackcurrant vodka, there are also Georgian, Armenian, Tatar and Azerbaijani dishes. “The food all over Eastern Europe is different,” Hercules says. “My grandma lived in Uzbekistan, Central Asia for about 10 years. We have Armenian relatives, Moldovan connections, friends from Ossetia and Tatarstan. My great grandmothers lived in Bessarabia, near Moldova and spoke some Moldovan and cooked the dishes from the area.” Some recipes are Herculesown, she says, like the rhubarb & radish pickle, which she likes to serve with “kasha (porridge) and pechionka (liver), for example.