If you think Jennifer Aniston looking like Barbra Streisand is the most wonderful thing ever, you’re in for a treat. If you think it’s the scariest thing ever, do not click here. We said “do not”. Can’t say you weren’t warned.
Chefs are suing because they found out their extra-virgin olive oil wasn’t as pure as it claimed. In its defense, the olive oil said it was just the one time after a concert and, besides, it was a little drunk that night.
Forty billionaires have agreed to give at least half of their fortunes away to charity. In an unrelated story, we’re announcing Newsdroppings Charity, and will accept any donations of a billion dollars or more. We promise to put it to good use.
Google has done something that didn’t work, thereby inspiring tens of millions of Americans and possibly billions worldwide who almost always do stuff that does not work.
Wyclef Jean says he’s going to run for President of Haiti. Not to be outdone, Kanye just announced he’s running for President of Jamaica AND the one next to it, whichever that one is.
The inventor of Cheez Doodles has died and will be buried in a casket with orange fingerprints all over it.
You can ask Michael Cera a question directly about his new film, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. And whatever your question is, you can bet the answer will be mumbled, hesitant and adorable.
Experts are saying that the Blackberry device is falling behind in technology to competition, which will lead to its obsolescence, and waste three years of trying to explain to our parents what a blackberry is.
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