Happy holidays from Starcasm! We will be back to full speed delivering you your usual dose of celebritegery soon!
Everyone knows there are some things you just shouldn’t tattoo on your body. New York Mets fan Josh Davis, though, has opened up a new realm of regretful tattoo decisions. You’ve got to see this to believe it!
The internet is still obsessed with Zola’s story, a thoughtful (and supposedly true) take on Thelma and Louise involving a 48-hour trip to Florida that included stripping, trapping (aka prostitution), homicide, human trafficking, and attempted suicide — all told 140 characters at a time via the @_zolarmoon Twitter account. But it appears that Zola’s story is merely Thelma’s account of what took place. Now the Louise in this epic tale (aka Jess) is speaking out at length about what really went down on their strip trip to the Sunshine State!
In case you missed it, the biggest summer action/thriller blockbuster of 2015 isn’t in the theaters–it’s on Twitter, courtesy of user @_zolarmoon. Now being called simply “Zola’s story,” the epic tale of Zola’s ill-fated overnight trip to Florida with a woman she met while waitressing at Hooters includes ***SPOILER ALERT*** stripping, prostitution, kidnapping, homicide, and even a poorly executed balcony leap. Keep reading to get the response from Jess, the main character from Zola’s story who reportedly did more trapping in one night than Grizzly Adams did in a lifetime! Oh, and did I mention Jess is currently pregnant?
According to a startling new report, the number of selfie deaths worldwide is up–way up–from this point last year. More people have suffered selfie deaths than have died by shark attack, among other things. For more figures: read on!
The “Selfie Spoon” is now a thing. What sort of a thing? Well, it’s exactly what it sounds like: a selfie stick with a spoon attachment at the base. The Selfie Spoon meets all your “selfie with cereal” needs. And, as the creators will tell you, yes, this really is a thing.
Many of you may know it’s hella expensive to live in California. People often associate high-priced housing with Southern California’s beach communities like San Diego, or ritzy Hollywood areas such as Beverly Hills. But just up the coast about 6 hours is San Francisco–one of the highest-priced housing markets in the country. Check out this property, which is currently on the market for $350,000!
Discovery Channel is going all in on treasure hunting as they are following up their successful Treasure Quest: Snake Island with a brand new series premiering tonight titled Rebel Gold. In the new show, a crack team of seasoned treasure hunters are assembled to go after the legendary Confederate treasure that reportedly disappeared after being sent out of Richmond just before the city fell to Union forces. Keep reading to find out what we do know about the treasure and meet the Rebel Gold cast making it their mission to find it!