See kids: hitting those books, being a bit of a loner despite being confident and then deciding to get back at all the cool kids by creating a new way to make friends pays off. Very nicely. Continue »
This sh*t almost sounds too good to be true, but it looks as if a man from Boston may have made history in his pursuit to sue “big tobacco” over racist marketing. Continue »
We knew it was only a matter of time before they made the magic HIV-free pill available to the world! Now Magic doesn’t have to keep walking around being the face of “Living With The Ninja” anymore. Continue »
Kanye West’s most infamous victim turns 21 today. That’s right people, Taylor Swift is totally legal now. She’s totally within her rights to drink as much Patron and Dom P as she can possibly handle. Continue »
Ohhh sh*t, look who’s hopping back in the saddle.
Elin Nordegren may have a new man in her life, according to British newspaper The Sun.
The paper reports that Tiger Woods’ ex-wife and mom of two met her new beau–a 35-year-old South African–at a college in Florida where they both are studying.
“There’s been kissing and cuddling but I don’t know if it’s gone further,” a source told The Sun.
According to the National Enquirer, the Swedish ex-model was “shocked” when the “hunky student” kissed her while walking back to her car in the school parking lot.
Tiger is reportedly not taking the news well.
We don’t know why Tiger would be tripping. He should’ve known he had no chance of getting back after he gave the heffa a hundred milli.
Controversy be damned, Auburn’s Cameron Newton won the 2010 Heisman Trophy by a landslide. And them folks are still hating on his athletic excellence. Continue »
A “Lil Positivity”: Facebook Co-Founders Join ‘The Giving Pledge’, Vow To Give Away Half Of Their Cheese
Looks like the season of giving has got even the filthy fawking rich ready to make it rain on those who are less fortunate. Continue »
We’ve all been to the mall this holiday season, and MOST of us smile, maybe say “Merry Christmas”, and go about our business, when we see bell-ringers outside. Continue »