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PHOTOS Hasbro’s Operation game’s Cavity Sam got a makeover

I’m not sure exactly when it happened, but Hasbro’s classic kids’ electronic surgery game Operation has given Cavity Sam a major makeover! Instead of an obese naked man with such maladies as Adam’s apple, butterflies in stomach, and funny bone, the new Cavity Sam has lost a lot of weight, put on a pair of polka dot shorts, gotten a few tattoos, apparently likes to hang out in the sunshine wearing a wife beater tank top, and now suffers from much more modern ailments like gamer’s thumb, headphone headache, and heartburn.

Kendall and Kylie Jenner have joined Kim Kardashian: Hollywood App

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Kim Kardashian’s multi-million dollar app once featured only herself, but it’s grown to include most of her family. Now younger sisters Kendall and Kylie have made their appearance, along with a Malibu location. The men in Kim Kardashian’s world haven’t yet been featured, but with Bruce Jenner transitioning into a woman, is her story going to be the next quest?

Kim Kardashian Hollywood app earns $43.4 million in 3rd quarter, gamers go on 214,174,992 dates


Glu Mobile recently revealed that their Kim Kardashian: Hollywood gaming app brought in $43.4 million in July, August, and September of 2014 after launching on June 25. In addition to the revenue figure, Glu Mobile also released some jaw-dropping statistics about gamers during that time, including how many dates they went on, the best-selling outfits for men and women, and the total amount of time human beings spent chasing their virtual dreams in the Kimcentric electronic Tinseltown universe.

VIDEO Young princesses drop F-bombs to highlight sexism


A for profit T-shirt company has produced a video of young girls in princess outfits dropping an insane amount of F-bombs to “draw attention to society’s continued sexism.” The clip has gone viral as they say and has many folks expressing their agreement with, or disgust of, the premise. See a bleep-filled version and let us know what you think.

Is mean girl Willow Pape in ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’ based on a real person?


Don’t worry, you’re like everyone else, including the EPA. You downloaded the Kim Kardashian: Hollywood app ironically and then got addicted to playing the fame game. Maybe you spent $5 or $10 to buy a cat or a new hairdo. Kim Kardashian herself is super nice to you and gives you lots of tips about how to get to the top and stay there, but that blonde b!tch Willow Pape never has a good word for you or anyone. Many of the characters of the game you run into are nods to real people, so is Willow based on anyone in particular, or does she just represent one of nastier parts of getting ahead?