There’s a long-running joke among Twitter users that the microblogging site would lose half its traffic if people stopped tweeting from the toilet. ’Twilight’ star Nikki Reed is going one step further, asking you to quite literally give a s*** for a good cause.
If your roommate is exhibiting less-than-livable habits, don’t just complain — write them a citation.
Although they’re geared toward college roomies, these Roommate Citations from Neatorama work in any shared-space scenario. They cover lighthearted infractions, such as lousy taste in music and leaving an empty toilet-paper roll, plus more serious violations like poor hygiene and a lack of respect for personal property.
Evanescence, the rock band that shot to fame with its 2003 single ‘Bring Me to Life,’ is back with a new song and an upcoming album.
The Little Rock, Arkansas-based group has had a bit of a revolving door with members over the years, but the current line-up retains powerful singer Amy Lee, who co-wrote the new track ‘What You Want’ with bassist Tim McCord and guitarist Terry Balsamo.
Ladies, if you want to turn on your favorite gamer, don’t bother stopping by Victoria’s Secret or Frederick’s of Hollywood. Check Etsy, where user SceeneShoes recently offered this chic and stylish Angry Birds bra, available in a variety of sizes for just $35.
During an energetic performance on Friday’s ‘Good Morning America,’ colorful rap and R&B star Nicki Minaj revealed a little too much to her fans — and to the cameras — when she bounced out of her tiny top, giving audiences a very good morning indeed.
On August 1, 1981, television and music shacked up on a little cable channel called MTV, hosted by a collective of video jockeys or “VJs.” MTV has been through countless iterations and format changes ever since and as it shifted its focus to reality fare like 'Jersey Shore' and 'Teen Mom' in recent years, the VJs became less instrumental to the channel's brand.
The Commons Science and Technology Committee in the United Kingdom is considering increasing its guidelines for healthy alcohol consumption, which currently state men shouldn’t routinely drink more than four units of alcohol a day — about two pints of beer — and women should limit themselves to three units — a large glass of wine.
Doctors have cast doubts on the recommendations, put in place by the Royal College of Physicians in 1987.
In a prayer before Saturday night’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race in Nashville, Tennessee, Pastor Joe Nelms name-checked several big sponsors and supporters of the sport, thanking the Almighty for things like “GM performance technology,” “Goodyear tires” — and of course his “smoking hot wife Lisa.” He wraps up the whole thing “in Jesus’ name, boogity boogity boogity, amen.”
The rock magazine Creem launched in 1969 as a local publication covering the Detroit music scene. Renowned for its long-form journalism, it went national two years later and eventually became synonymous with its iconic editor, the eccentric critic Lester Bangs.
After Bangs died in 1982, the magazine floundered and ceased operations in 1988. It tried a comeback as a printed publication in 1990 but failed, and in 2001 went to an online-only format. Now it’s reinventing itself yet again.
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