You can still vote for the Hottest New Dad, which is maybe the most fitting and profoundly moving tribute to celebrity Dads ever.
Despite not winning the U.S. Open, Tiger Woods is still ranked #1 in the world, if not #1 in the hearts of women who aren’t strippers everywhere.
A firefighter who lost his wedding ring 11 years ago had the ring returned to him by a guy who found it in his yard. Coincidentally, the return marked the 10th year of the fire department abandoning the “throw rings at the fire until it goes out” policy.
A young boy in Austin, TX, made a space balloon. Well, that’s what his parents told him to keep him from having a total melt down at the carnival.
Some spunky villagers in Afghanistan have shown the Taliban the door. The surprising part is they did it without a bit of help from Rambo.
The Princess of Sweden got married over the weekend in a wedding that cost that country’s tax payers about 2 million dollars, just in case you made it this far into the week before getting reminded that life isn’t fair.
China is setting strict standards on the quality and appearance of souvenir statuettes of Mao. No more repainted Fonzie bobbleheads.
John Lennon’s hand-written lyrics to “A Day in the Life” have sold for $1.2 million. The buyer was surprised to learn that the actual words to the first line are, “I fed the gnus blue hay, oh boy!”
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