Topic: the internet

The 10 Best Reasons To Keep Those Gross Hot Tub Selfie Videos To Yourself (Or Thomas Gibson’s Self)

The 10 Best Reasons To Keep Those Gross Hot Tub Selfie Videos To Yourself (Or Thomas Gibson's Self)

To some degree, I feel sorry for people who get catfished. And yet, we must grow with technology and accept the consequences when we utilize it for something…well, stupid. Really stupid. Like Thomas Gibson sending awkward videos of himself shirtless in a hot tub to a female he “met” over the Internet, which would be hilarious except they’re just really sad.

So, what other reasons besides being really sad are there for not sending naked selfie vids to strangers? Find out… More »

Facebook Agrees To Block Content Praising Sexual And Domestic Violence

Facebook Agrees To Block Content Praising Sexual And Domestic Violence

Of course, this is coming from a company that repeatedly banned the photo of a cancer survivor while somehow letting three teenage monsters’ video documentation of a gang rape go unnoticed, so I’m not sure how much I trust them as of yet. Actions will speak louder than Facebook notes, and I am hoping for an anti-sexual violence message to finally be shouted from the Internet’s megaphone. More »

Forget Cats, ‘Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal’ Is The Best Thing To Ever Happen To The Internet

Forget Cats, âRyan Gosling Wonât Eat His Cerealâ Is The Best Thing To Ever Happen To The Internet

The Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal Vines are without a doubt the best thing you’ll waste your time watching today. They’re also the best thing to ever happen to the Internet. As in the Internet owes creator Ryan McHenry a big thank you for giving them the extra oomph they so desperately needed on a slow week. They’re silly, they’re nonsensical and they’re addicting to look at. Ryan McHenry (who is now #2 on my list of Internet Strangers I Wouldn’t Mind Procreating With list), came up with the idea to create these ah-mazing vines while eating cereal and watching Ryan Gosling’s rom-com Drive. I never saw it, but from what I hear it might as well have been called The Notebook: Part Deux. More »

Did Cara Delevingne Make An Even Worse Cat Video Than Her Sister?

Did Cara Delevingne Make An Even Worse Cat Video Than Her Sister?

As we have previously reported, Agent Provocateur has made a terrible, cat-themed video starring model/socialite Poppy Delevingne. (It is terrible for many reasons, not the least of which is the cat’s criminal lack of screen time.) Not to be outshined, Poppy’s sister Cara Delevingne has now appeared in a terrible cat video of her very own (produced by LOVE Magazine) in the hopes that hers would be the definitive terrible cat/model video on the internet. Did she succeed? Who wore the internet worst? More »

“Honey, I Think I’m A Cat”

"Honey, I Think I'm A Cat"

I’ve fallen down an internet k-hole these past few days that I’m not sure I’ll ever crawl out of. My topic of interest? People who think they are real animals or imaginary beings trapped in human bodies. They call themselves “otherkin.” Or more specifically in the case of people who think they are animals, “transspecies.” Because a nice girl and a mean lady are fighting in me always, I find it equal parts sad and hilarious. More »

8 Tips For Sexting People And Not Winding Up Nude On The Internet (NSFW)

8 Tips For Sexting People And Not Winding Up Nude On The Internet (NSFW)

Whether or not you’re actually in some form of committed relationship, it’s a fun thing. Nevertheless, it can turn very unfun in the event that, sometime afterward, one of your cute little pictures winds up on the Internet. If you’re cool with it, by all means, more power to you; I wish, in a way, that I was more all right with it myself. But I’m not, so this is for those of you who are a little on the shy side. More »

Well, This Is Awkward: Bieber Fans Shave Heads After Fake Cancer Rumor

Well, This Is Awkward: Bieber Fans Shave Heads After Fake Cancer Rumor

This morning, a fake tweet was posted to seem like Entertainment Tonight declaring that Justin Bieber was diagnosed with cancer. Soon after, fake tweets by Kanye, Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj (the Minaj one seems particularly pessimistic) appeared to support this claim. The Internet frequently circulates rumors about celebrities dying, getting injured, banging, flying kites… whatever. What happened next, however, was more surprising. More »