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15 Celeb Moms With Wild Pasts They've Put Behind Them

Post by Alaisha Key. From questionable fashion choices to the actions that landed you in detention, there are hundreds of things that we all wish we hadn't done when we were younger. That's why hindsight is 20/20. And all that can be...Show More Summary

'Shrine skips' are my new favorite thing about Zelda: Breath of the Wild

At some point I just need to stop playing Zelda: Breath of the Wild. I was fortunate to get a head start, but I was able to work my way through every shrine eventually, nabbing most of the hidden gear, which made all of my future exploits...Show More Summary

Dade City’s Wild Things Cited for Shipping 3-Week-Old Bobcats

PETA urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture to hold Dade City's Wild Things accountable for shipping 3-week-old bobcats to Oregon. The post Dade City’s Wild Things Cited for Shipping 3-Week-Old Bobcats appeared first on PETA.

Fall Out Boy Tackles Domestic Violence In Nightmarish Music Video For Young And Menace!

If you've ever wanted a dark retelling of Where The Wild Things Are, we have the music video for you. On Thursday, Fall Out Boy dropped the first music video from their upcoming seventh album, Mania (out September 15). The vid is for their ominous new song, Young And Menace, and it tackles themes of domestic [...]

Zelda: Breath of the Wild guide – how to use amiibo

Amiibo can gift you loads of cool things in Breath of the Wild. Here’s what they do. If you want to get ahead in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, amiibo are a simple route forward. Nintendo’s hugely successful little NFC figurines have their use hidden away, but if you’ve got any amiibo […]

Feds Cite Dade City’s Wild Things for Shipping 3-Week-Old Cubs

After PETA urged the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to hold Dade City’s Wild Things (DCWT) accountable for shipping 3-week-old bobcat cubs to an exhibitor in Oregon, the agency... The post Feds Cite Dade City’s Wild Things for Shipping 3-Week-Old Cubs appeared first on PETA.

Thug Notes Summary and Analysis of Where the Wild Things Are

2 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Who doesn't love the book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak? It was still a new book when I learned to read, and now it's a classic. So of course everyone will want to know what Sparky Sweets, PhD. thinks of it. This video, like all Thug Notes, contains NSFW language. Show More Summary

Play Old School Zelda With Breath of the Wild Gameplay the Way God Intended

3 days agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

One of the most unusual things about Zelda: Breath of the Wild is its truly open world, wherein you can make a run for the final boss right from the beginning, though winning that battle is another matter. That freedom of exploration...Show More Summary

Kim Kardashian shares wild tweets from Kourtney's birthday celebration in Mexico

Kourtney Kardashian is celebrating her 38th birthday with her gal pals on the beaches of Tulum, Mexico, and if her sister Kim Kardashian's photos and live-tweets from the party are any indication, things are getting pretty crazy. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Gizmodo All the Shit That Happened in North Korea While You Were Asleep | Jalopnik The 2018 Honda Ci

4 days agoSports : Deadspin

Gizmodo All the Shit That Happened in North Korea While You Were Asleep | Jalopnik The 2018 Honda Civic Type R Is The New Front-Wheel Drive Nürburgring King | Kotaku Zelda Fan Game Turns Breath of the Wild Prototype Into A Thing You Can Play | Lifehacker Why Some People Are Born Anxious | Read more...

Zelda Fan Game Turns Breath of the Wild Prototype Into Thing You Can Play

Earlier this year, Nintendo showed off a 2D version of Zelda that it used to conceptualize some of the mechanics in Breath of the Wild. It was cool! No surprise, then, that a fan decided to recreate that prototype so that anyone could play it. Read more...

Random Time! - Zelda: Breath of the Wild - riding a Guardian through the sky

Just as I said the other day, people are still finding weird things to do in Breath of the Wild. This is something I never even considered, but now I have to go try it myself!

'NCIS' Season 14 Finale Spoilers: Will Delilah and McGee Make It Down the Aisle?

NCIS fans might be in for a wild and emotional end of season 14. CBS has released descriptions for the last two episodes of the season and things don't sound great for Delilah and McGee. Though the penultimate episode of season 14 is being promised as a "special wedding episode," it sounds as if Delilah and McGee's nuptials won't go off without a hitch, if they happen at all.

Brew at the Zoo 2017: Here Are the Beers You'll Be Drinking

On May 6, Miami gets wild when the eighth-annual New Times' Brew at the Zoo takes over Zoo Miami for an evening filled with beer, music, fun, and wild things.

Outlander gives a first look for season three

Starz's wildly popular show Outlander is set to return to the small screen in September of 2017. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) shares the things we are excited to see based on this trailer.        

Random Time! - Zelda: Breath of the Wild - physically pushing Kass to meet...another Kass

Again, the things people come up with. All it took was this player realizing you could move NPCs. When he realized that, he decided to see if there was more than one Kass model out in the game, or if the game just called in the same model. Now we have our answer!

Mack Wilds Releases Mini-Series Based On His New 'After Hours' EP [WATCH]

'We all have our emotions and things we feel in the night.' Continue reading…

The Strange Thing About The Sales For Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

The NPD Group released some group estimates and hard figures for the physical retail sales for home consoles throughout March of 2017, and oh boy was it a doozy. The big surprise was the Nintendo Switch sales, and the even bigger surprise was Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's...

Steve Bannon Could Make Donald Trump's Life a Living Hell If He's Fired

Bannon has Breitbart to back him, and his employment is the only thing keeping them leashed. Steve Bannon, the White House chief strategist who reportedly loves a gunfight, may be the wild card the West Wing has to watch out for, amidst reports that he’s losing his influence with President Donald Trump. Show More Summary

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