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She’s been an Internet celebrity, morning show guest, South by Southwest star and magazine cover girl. And now, Tardar Sauce aka “Grumpy Cat,” the sourpuss that’s spawned a million memes, can add a new role to the list: Artist’s muse.
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On Friday, President Barack Obama successfully distracted a tense nation from the mandatory spending cuts that are due to begin in mere hours through a sci-fi malapropism so egregious it caused the Twitterverse to explode … metaphorically, anyway.
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In what context is it acceptable to refer to “NBC Nightly News” anchor Brian Williams as Brilly Willy? Or Honey Bri Bri?
In the context of slow-jamming the news on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” that’s what. The “Rock Center with Brian Williams” host returned to the “Late Night” stage and along with The Roots, broke down a complicated news issue, R&B style.
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Moms everywhere snap — and cherish — photos of their squishy, adorable babies. But sometimes, in the rarest of circumstances, a mother captures her own infant in an image so moving that it makes hundreds of thousands of people around the world gasp.
I love virtual Easter eggs. They’re little hidden messages or jokes which are lurking inside your favorite apps, websites, games, movies, and so on. Apple even slipped some into iOS 6, the latest version of its mobile operating system, by teaching Siri to say exactly what she thinks about some movies.
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A combination photo shows participants during the 2012 European Beard and Moustache Championships in Wittersdorf near Mulhouse, Eastern France, September 22, 2012. More than a hundred participants competed in the first European Beard and Moustache Championships organized in France.
The late humorist Erma Bombeck once wrote a book titled, “When You Look Like Your Passport Photo, It’s Time to Go Home.”
After seeing some of your passport mug shots, we’d have to agree. We understand that, just as this little guy’s pic shows, passport photos do not always present our best face to the world.
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Six-year-old quadruplets from Shenzhen in southern China had their hair shaved into various numbers before they went to school for the first time, Agence France Presse reports.