TIL that Grumpy Cat's owners named him Tard and then claimed it was short for 'Tardar Sauce' when people kicked off :manson:
I saw her in Manchester too. Such a good show, and I wasn't necessarily going into it with high hopes having been roundly disappointed by this...
Doris Day and Rock Hudson were BEARD GOALS
Have you considered polyamory? Great social opportunities, no need to commit, only slight tendency to lead to cultish behaviour.
And this guy's from the CULTURAL WASTELAND of Hartlepool. If it's not on the McDonald's saver menu, it hasn't made it to their shores :(
Michael Rice's song is totally drab and sounds like a leftover from the era of The X Factor's cultural relevancy.
I find the UK consistently...
Who wouldn't want a nice photo with their arm around Siobhan while she digs her nails into poor Marcy's thigh?
Straight men and Miley Cyrus shouldn't be invited ever again.
The Met Gala tonight with a theme of 'CAMP'. Looking forward to seeing which celebrities GET IT, and which I can accuse of CULTURAL APPROPRIATION.
He's a perfectly normal looking human, and really, that's more than what we should be expecting from politicians, but pretending he's a sex bomb...
Honestly, rising above Tommy Robinson's football hooligan bullshit is the easy thing to do, but it doesn't resolve the issue that he's become a...
Thanks. I hate it.
I do think her lead singles are usually pretty obnoxious, but this is especially bad.
This is gorgeous.
They've been killing it since coming back, on (judging by the video) a budget of $3.
The lyrics of To Be Human are SO on the nose, but it's easily the best song on the album.
From Paris to Berlin, with every disco I've been in,...
They have BBC Radio 6 on in the office and it felt mildly disrespectful the amount of times they played BOWIE SONGS as a tribute to this guy.
To be honest, I'm really looking forward to seeing them, but if they decide they don't want to do anything again after these shows, fine... as...
I felt a great disturbance in the force, as if a million white girls screamed out in terror and were suddenly silenced.
Some people would pay good money to be shipped away from Dewesbury.