Super Bowl ads tend to have more longevity than traditional commercials thanks to their large budgets, creative freedom and overall goal to keep you glued to the TV between quarters. Some, however, aren't remembered for the joy they brought but rather for the public outcry they produced.
Athletes carry an aura of invincibility that seems to make their fans think that just because they can jump high, run like lightning or throw a ball the length of a small subdivision, that means they can do just about anything. This leads to the music industry automatically assuming that they can also sing.
News that a planned spinoff of Fox's 'Glee' is dead might have some of its more ardent fans disappointed that they won't be able to fill more minutes of their life with 'Glee' related programming, but they shouldn't be fretting. In fact, they should be celebrating. They should be thanking the gods of television programming that a possible spinoff has tarnished the legacy of the show they would give their very lives to protect.
Aida Yespica, a former Miss Venezuela, seems to have no problem letting the world, and her 3-year-old son, see her in a ‘thong tha-thong, thong, thong!’ How is that song still catchy today? We ask you, how!
An innocent bystander with an iPhone and an awesome judge of driver character caught two Chevy Corvette drivers drag racing on Thanksgiving. We’re reserving our comments about people who use their cell phones to film other drivers, while they are driving, for another day.
The women that appear in the pages of Playboy seem like incredibly intimidating creatures to men. Even the coolest of characters usually stutters more than Foghorn Leghorn being tasered when talking with one of the Playmates.
This Thanksgiving, millions of Americans will sit down at the table and gawk over all the goodies they are planning to cram in their gullet. The holiday might seem as familiar as singing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during the “Seventh Inning Stretch” or packing a finger in ice that was blown off by a firework on the Fourth of July. However, like all traditions based on history and passed down through the ages, its genesis and story has been morphed and changed to fit the times.
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