A fellow named Jay Branscomb posted this picture on Facebook, along with the caption "Disgraceful photo of recreational hunter happily posing next to a Triceratops he just slaughtered. Please share so the world can name and shame this despicable man."
Photo via Facebook
It's a picture of Steven Spielberg on the set of Jurassic Park from over 20 years ago, which is pretty funny in and of itself, considering the largely unwarranted recent outrage over the teenage cheerleader who hunts big game in Africa. But the funniest part are the angry people commenting on the photo decrying the cruelty and brtuality of this savage man who don't realize that A) it's a fake dinosaur from a movie and B) dinosaurs have been extinct for a long, long time. It just goes to show you that you should probably do some research before you hope on a butthurt bandwagon and make yourself look like a fool.
Harry Styles almost ruined a beautiful marriage in a heartfelt attempt to steal the bride away at the last moment via this video:
The video was actually a surprise from a fellow named James Gershfield to his wife-to-be Tasha, a One Direction fangirl. Why anyone would think putting an idea like this in his wife's head (on their wedding day of all times) is a good idea is beyond me, but she seemed to love it AND went through with the marriage, so kudos to her. In addition, I'm not entirely sure how ole James got Harry to do him this favor (maybe they were old childhood friends?), but let's not worry about that... let's examine the Oscar-worthy performance here.
You can FEEL the RAW EMOTION POURING THROUGH THE SCREEN. IT'S SO BELIEVEABLE. It's on par with the conviction in Willy Wonka's pleading cry in this clip:
Which is kind of funny, because Willy Wonka was also played by Johnny Depp in 2005, and Johnny Depp played Edward Scissorhands in 1990, and that's who Harry Styles reminds me of in this clip. And now we've come full circle.
Have you ever just wished you had a list of everything Emma Watson ever recommended or spoke highly of on Twitter? ...well no, me neither, but thanks to Buzzfeed, now there is one. Personally I can't really vouch for probably 90% of the stuff on this list because I've never experienced it, although I can say with authority that The Amazing Spider-Man is a really good movie, so at least dear Emma and I share that interest. I do have to wonder about the person who made this list though... did they get paid to do it? Is this part of their job, to scour Emma Watson's Twitter page and find everything she ever spoke favorably about (or even mentioned, considering most of these posts are just "[Insert Song Title and Artist]" with no context)? Or is this person just some blogger who's REALLY into Emma Watson?
I dunno, but she's really attractive, so either way I'm okay with it.
Thanks for the gif, Buzzfeed
With this video of the drum-off between Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and his doppleganger Will Ferrell, the winner of which may surprise you.
Well this is pretty much the coolest thing I've seen all day: an interactive chart that shows and compares the recorded vocal range of popular artists, color coded for male and female, and broken down into a few different categories. Who knew that Axl Rose was among those with the greatest range in music? Click on the chart to access its full interactive potential.
The Vocal Ranges of the Greatest Singers. From Mariah Carey's ear-piercing whistle to Barry White's deep bassy growl, compare the vocal ranges of today's top artists with the greatest of all time. (via ConcertHotels.com).