Old Spice has come up with another interactive piece of media to hawk their products with a new website that let’s you listen to clips of American rock band Huey Lewis and the News played by a hairpiece. Yes, played by a hairpiece. That’s the Power of Hair takes requests, but only if it’s a Huey song.
The website autoplays, so just going to throw that warning in there.
Now go have some fun, you crazy kids.
People have been obsessed with Frozen since it came out and I feel like the only person in the world who just wasn’t that impressed by it.
Thankfully, this Honest Trailer makes me feel better about my opinion. Also, hehe, “happy now Jezebel?”
Oh, goodness me, I love me some butt crack puns. Redditor OB1FBM attended the Magic: The Gathering tournament that was held in Richmond, Virginia over the weekend and decided to pose next to some unsuspecting people who were caught in somewhat precarious situations with their pants. He called it the “Grand Prix Richmond Crackstyle.”
The best part about this, though, isn’t all of the exposed butt cracks. The best part about this is OB1FBM‘s ability to stoically pose like he’s on a rap album cover. Now, enjoy looking at all the crack. Don’t say I never did nothing for you.
With the legalization of good old Mary Jane in Colorado, chances are that some people are going to take that opportunity to get some late night munchies after smoking a bowl. And most of us understand how unbelievably delicious a Cheesy Gordita Crunch from Taco Bell is after smoking a bowl.
But Colorado also wants you to know that driving under the influence of marijuana is still a no-go in the state, no matter what you need to do and these ads from the Colorado Department of Transportation not only poke fun at stoners, but also serve as a good warning.. So stay sober while driving, my friends and if you get the munchies, order a pizza.
Also, if you don’t smoke and live in Colorado, perhaps it’s time to start a delivery business where you bring people Taco Bell. Or other fast food that they’re craving. YOU’RE SITTING ON A GOLD MINE.
We all know and love the popular segment on Jimmy Kimmel ‘Celebrities Read Mean Tweets,’ and recently some politicians jumped on the bandwagon. So of course, it was only a matter of time before teachers joined in on the fun. Teachers at Los Alamitos High School in California read what their students think about them.
It really makes me think about what sort of stuff I would’ve have tweeted out had Twitter been around when I was in high school. I dunno. I had some choice descriptions for some of my teachers.