"Unbreakable" by Lamar Odom and Khloe Kardashian
"There's something sexy about a couple sharing a scent," says Khloe Kardashian in the opening of the TV ad for Eau de Khlomar. "Soft, yet powerful. Strong, yet sensual." (Also: stanky, yet crusty. No one wants to bottle the "scent" that comes from "sexy." It's one of the main reasons we wash our sheets.)
Continues Odom: "That perfect mix of masculine and feminine."
WHAT?! Ohmigod. Odom doesn't know he's married to a dude. So that's why this is marketed as a "unisex" scent. It was a mystery before.
Video Kinect Player Kicks Cat
Kinect is better than Wii because in Wii you can only hit cats with your controller.
He should take his talents to a bakery.
#1 Half of life is just showing up (and being dressed appropriately).
In every other school subject, you had to demonstrate specific skills and abilities to pass. You didn't get out of math without learning to add. You couldn't pass English if you couldn't read. No way you were getting a "C" in calculus if you couldn't do whatever it is you do in calculus.
But for gym class you just had to show up, stand in line for roll call and be wearing a t-shirt, a pair of shorts and sneakers (sneakers that didn't have a black sole that would mark the floor!). If you had all that? Good for you, kid! You get an "A"!
#2 Crab soccer is ideal for revenge.
What crab soccer was good for, however, was paying back any classmate you had the slightest grudge against. All you had to do was crawl over near them and unleash a powerful kick in the general direction of the ball. "Whoops! I kicked you square in the teeth! My mistake!"
And no one could prove it wasn't a mistake. You didn't get detention; you didn't even get pulled from the game. I guess the only downside was having to wash all the blood off your shoes when you got home from school.
Video World's Worst Exercise
It's great if you want to rehab your back after you get back surgery for doing this.
You should see what they make on the Flip Cup Tour.
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What you need: Roll of duct tape ($3).
How to make it: Form the tape into a ball.
Give the gift: Tell the recipient that it's a baseball.
They may say something like: "What? This is just a ball of duct tape."
To which you can then respond: "Ohhhhhh. I'm sorry. Some of the greatest baseballs players of all-time learned the game playing in the street with balls made of rags or tape. But I forgot: you're so much better than them! I'll run right out and get you a baseball that meets your needs. Do you want me to get one that has the seams stitched with gold thread? Will that suffice, fancy boy? Or does your personal coach supply all of your equipment?"