Guitarist Announces He’s Going Solo, Smashes His Guitar On Stage

What’s more cliche than a bad cover band? How about a bad cover band where a member quits on stage, announcing he’s ‘going solo?’ That’s exactly what happens here right when the band is about to start Shot Through The Heart. The guitarist quits, and even smashes his own guitar. Naturally, everything falls apart after that. The video is featured on Tosh.0 and PBH2


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These 35 Animals Were Busted Being Complete And Utter JERKS. Especially The Penguin In #8.

Most, if not all, of the animal kingdom is governed by the food chain. Most people know the phrase “it’s a dog-eat-dog world,” and that’s because of the harsh reality of nature. The strong animals survive and the weak get eaten or beaten. However, the strong animals aren’t the only ones that succeed. The jerks do, too. These hilariously awful animals redefine what a “dog-eat-dog” world is, because to them life isn’t just about surviving. It’s about making other animals look totally stupid, too.

1.) Aww… my sandwich…

2.) ‘Scuze me kid.


4.) Kitten attack mode… activate!

5.) Don’t mind me, I’m just getting comfortable.

6.) Those dogs are always stealing the spotlight.

7.) DO! WANT!!!!

8.) Sneaky little git.

9.) Don’t trust turtles.

10.) YOINK.

11.) I’d like to taste the rainbow now, please.

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Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell And Sam Rockwell Read Honey Boo Boo

Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell And Sam Rockwell Read Honey Boo Boo

Just as America is finally getting over the disgrace of a show Jersey Shore, TLC has dethroned MTV and has cursed society with another show to take the bar even lower. Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, the nightmarish spin off from Toddlers & Tiaras, has taken the cable television world by storm, and was just parodied on South Park.  

To help promote their new film, ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ Christopher Walken, Colin Farrell and Sam Rockwell teamed up with  to have a little fun reading lines from Honey Boo Boo. The new video has gone viral, and is further showcased on PopWatch, Vulture, and CBSNews


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