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Meet Scotsman, the Scottish Superhero Who Wears Pants and Underwear

Granted, he's doing us all a favor by not flying above our heads with a kilt and no underwear beneath. But wearing the family tartan as a cape, "thistle missiles" or no, seems a bit non-traditio...

10 Ways To Guarantee Your Kids Get Into Therapy

A good shrink (like a quality preschool) should probably be booked while still pregnant. Ages 12-15 are the target range, but with any luck, you might get them committed earlier. And remember, therapists have heard everything there is to hear about mothers and how they screwed up the lives of their patients/clients. Show More Summary

Here's What The iPhone 6 SHOULD Have Looked Like

Imagine you've just bought a shiny, new iPhone 6. You unwrap it, turn it on for the first time and notice -- Hey! Apple deleted the Apple Maps app and replaced it with Google Maps! Oh what a wonderful world that would be. The folks at...Show More Summary

This 'Jeopardy!' Contestant's 'Cheers' Reference Is The Best Fail Ever

Everybody is about to know her name. We've seen some hilarious "Jeopardy!" responses over the years, but Elizabeth Williams may have just made the greatest of them all. Williams, who was the leader heading into Final Jeopardy, was completely stumped by a clue about the identity of a mysterious author. Show More Summary

This Haley Joel Osment Tribute Will Freak You Out

It's best not to ask why anyone would do this. Just go with it... feel your feelings. Via Wooden Nickel Shorts

NBC News Anchors Report Your Ex-Girlfriend Is Sorry In Jimmy Fallon's 'I've Got Good News'

This just in: You're about to have an awesome day. To counter all the depressing news out there, Jimmy Fallon had real NBC news anchors read fake news stories just to make us happy. The latest edition of "I've Got Good News and GoodShow More Summary

How to Tell a First-Time Parent From All the Rest

I became a parent just over six years ago. It's not a long time by any stretch of the imagination, but the amount I've changed in that time is astounding. As I've gone through various stages of parenthood, it has become apparent that there are some definite differences in each stage. Show More Summary

Aubrey Plaza Will Voice Grumpy Cat In Lifetime's Movie

This is the most purrfect casting ever. Aubrey Plaza is set to voice Grumpy Cat in Lifetime's "Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever," according to Mashable. The actress is best known for playing April on NBC's "Parks and Recreation." Plaza's...Show More Summary

If Famous Paintings Could Text, They Might Sound Just Like Us

If only these walls -- or the paintings on them -- could talk. Well, now they can. Or they can text, at least. Thanks to the Tumblr blog "If Paintings Could Text," an apt mashup of iconic art and artful texts, the subjects of famous paintings can actually narrate themselves. Show More Summary

If Toddlers Ruled the World

Thankfully, mommas make sure toddlers don't rule the world. But if toddlers did rule the world... We would all live in blanket-tent cities. The five-second rule would be extended to five days. Stairs would be replaced with slides. Every...Show More Summary

Turns Out, Bored Cats Make The Best Mini Golf Course Obstacles

Spinning windmills are so out. The newest hot mini golf obstacle? Bored cats. Like this frisky feline in Cyprus, for instance, who wasn't about to let a ball go by unchecked: Looking for a hole in one? Not happening. Not unless there's catnip in it for the course marshall, buddy. At least -- not unless you're willing to go to some extremes. Hat Tip: The Dodo

Ask Luke's Mother-in-Law: How Realistic Is Battlefield Hardline?

Martha Boyd is not just Luke's mother-in-law - she's also an ex-cop, a landlord, a self-described crazy cat lady, a major Star Trek geek and the widow of a green beret. So go ahead: ask her anyt...

18 Times No One Asked, 'What Could Possibly Go Wrong?'

It seemed like a good idea at the time, right? Wait, no it didn't. It wasn't a good idea at all. And deep down you knew. But you forged ahead anyway, fairly positive that -- based on years of not dying while doing stupid stuff -- everything would work out just fine in the end. The following people apparently had that same thought. Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert Volunteers To Be 15th Dalai Lama Because He's 'The Better Buddhist'

Stephen Colbert was distressed to hear the news that the Dalai Lama may have no successor -- so he graciously offered to step up to the role of 15th Dalai Lama. Citing an earlier HuffPost Religion article, Colbert discussed the future...Show More Summary

'The League,' Season 6, Episode 3 Recap: The Height Supremacist

We kick off episode 3 with Ruxin announcing his banishment to Korea as punishment for juicing up Baby G's baseballs. Andre interrupts Ruxin's lamenting, denim vest and all, and presents the rest of the guys with Polo cologne-scented flowers as an apology for his previous collusion with Jay Glazer. Show More Summary

9 Less-Hyped Films to Look for From Fantastic Fest 2014

Fantastic Fest, which kicks off today for a week in Austin, Texas, is arguably the most nerd-centric film festival in the U.S., and certainly the most blogged about, in large part thanks to a fr...

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FUNNY OR DIE SPONSORED POST: CASTING... This is a Funny or Die paid advertisement for actor Ted Gibson Submitted by: mikescollins Regular Keywords: sponsored sponsored ad commercial actor casting need money resume unemployeed sad guys...Show More Summary

17 Unintentionally Hilarious Scenes in Serious Movies

By CRACKED Readers Published: September 18th, 2014 Listen, filmmakers, we understand -- sometimes you just want your movie to be taken seriously. Unfortunately, in trying so hard to maintain that status quo, really stupid scenes manage to slip in. Our readers have brought you some of those scenes for

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