The NBA’s Sacramento Kings had themselves a baby race as part of their family day on Sunday. An adorable idea went next-level when a two-baby race became a one-baby race after a young fellar by the name of Landon decided it was nap time right at half court.
I have endured the, ahem, full joys of womanhood for almost 20 years, and cannot ever recall having seen anything other than what looked like windshield wiper fluid being poured onto the maxi pads shilled in TV ads. Usually by some shiny haired, smiling woman dressed in white who happens to be mid-pirouette as she explains how much she <em>adores</em> her feminine hygiene products. (We all hate her, by the way. But we still subconsciously want to run out and buy whatever the hell she’s buying, natch.)
But suddenly, as I sat waiting for Nev Schulman to sniff out the truth behind sketchy Internet love connections (the reality-TV version of the truth, at least) on Catfish this week, MTV aired an ad showing a pinkish-red liquid being poured onto a period pad. If I had blinked, I would have missed it. But I didn’t blink. I saw it, and then I pressed re-wind on my DVR and saw it again…
Two police officers were shot in Ferguson late Wednesday night as protests wrapped up for the evening, according to St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar during an overnight press conference. Watch dramatic eyewitness video of the moment shots rang out here now. (Warning: NSFW language, which is understandable.)
In the new full-length Pitch Perfect 2 trailer, we nearly get a sneak peek at Fat Amy’s “Down Under,” learn the Barden Bellas have to go head-to-head against an epic European a cappella group to retain their prestige, and come up with brand new reasons to love Anna Kendrick, not the least of which being a mic-drop-worthy World War II reference. All this and more in just two new minutes of pitch-slapping fun…
Most Super Bowl 2015 commercials are already online, so you can get a sneak peak at what will be on your screen between plays during Sunday’s big game. Check out some of the best Super Bowl ads this year here now!
Find out why Budweiser and GoDaddy are getting very different responses to their ‘lost dog’ themed ads. Check out both Super Bowl commercials and decide for yourself: who got it right?
Like a lot of kids his age, Jayden Wilson loves him some Spider-Man. Like a lot of dads, Jayden’s father Mike Wilson wanted to go above and beyond to surprise him for his 5th birthday party. Mike did that and then some as his roof top leap as the comic book hero left his son speechless. See the wonderful moment and then learn of Jayden’s cancer diagnosis that inspired the father to create the video in hopes of helping out his son.
For the most part, spouses would rather you didn’t secretly film them during private and intimate moments. But on this particular occasion I don’t think there’s gonna be a problem.