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Pugs are pretty much better than every animal and person on this planet.Pugs
What is even happening on this show??
Ian Chachere imagines the last moments of the real Christopher Robin in comic form.<p>The real Christopher Robin had a fraught relationship with his famous playwright/literary editor father. A. A. Milne based "Winnie the Pooh" on his son's childhood, which the real Christopher Robin Milne grew up to …
Paw by paw, they have made this world a better place.
These pugs are super pleased to illustrate tweets from the cutest doctor on Twitter.
These stars weren't afraid to get a little weird in the Land of Ooo.
Right now, it's the "No Bollocks" campaign by Newcastle Brown Ale. It is branding genius.<p>About a year-and-a-half ago, New York City ad agency Droga5 won the Newcastle Brown Ale account.<p>And since then, one of the best campaigns in beer advertising history has been rolled out across all media.<p>The "No …Advertising
Who says you can't eat like a normal person in college?
Movies<p>The latest movie news, casting updates and rumors, trailer sneak peeks, and expert reviews on MTV.<p>Movies<p>Tell me, Cable ... Do you …
These Shibas Aint No Hollaback Girls.
"Mayor Filner you are terriiiiiiifying." U-T TV, the local cable television arm of the San Diego Union-Tribune, made a parody of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" music video, featuring its news hosts gyrating along with a giant cartoon-like Filner head.
Waste time... productively!
Shiver me timbers and other pirate-related cliches! The Pirate Bay has introduced the PirateBrowser, a tasty blend of Firefox and Tor with some snazzy add-ons that circumvent anti-piracy measures around the world.<p>As a 10-year anniversary present to its users, the Pirate Bay team says it created the …
It's an electric gun, boogie woogie woogie.<p>This homemade gun uses electromagnetic coils to send steel rods flying at a speed of 138 feet per second. Pressing the trigger loads a steel rod into the barrel, where the first electromagnetic coil pulls the rod forward via magnetism, then turns off. The …
People Angrily Tweet At United Airlines Parody Account Thinking It's Real, Parody Account Hilariously Responds
"We allow you to exchange worthless paper for the opportunity to ride a missile across the world."
Beams of light are usually speeding along at around 186,000 miles per second, but for one minute, researchers in Germany brought some to a screeching halt. Using a crystal frozen to temperatures below negative 450 degrees Fahrenheit, a research team managed to hold light in place for a full minute …