Thursday, July 9, 2009

Craptastic 80s Song Of The Day

This is exactly the kind of video this dirge deserves. I could've used more zoom shots on the record, though.


Guest List Of The Day: Cats With PMS

From Daisy and her blog, Smiling With Daisy.

Got a list you think would fit well on LOTD? Send it my way. ("Guest lists" = not links or ideas, but lists you've already done.) Thanks.


If you don't know why I'm crying, I'm certainly not going to tell you!


Ugh, I feel so bloated. Where are my fat clothes?


Don't even THINK about it, buddy.


Mommy? Mommy? What's wrong with you?


See the rest here.


News Of The Day: Georgia Legalizes Public Urination

I've been peeing outside for years but had no idea it was illegal. I'm glad, too, because I might have felt guilty about it, which can lead to a hesitant bladder. And nobody likes a hesitant bladder.

From The Onion.


The 10 Worst Reality Shows Ever

I bet this was about as easy as walking through a cow pasture and picking out the ripest dung chips. From EW.com.


9. BOY MEETS BOY
(Bravo, 2003)

The first same-sex dating show could've been groundbreaking TV. Instead, viewers watched gay bachelor James Getzlaff romance 15 men; unbeknownst to him, almost half of them were just pretending to be gay. Cruel, offensive, and worst of all, boring.


8. KILL REALITY
(E!, 2005)

When a bunch of fame-craving ex–reality stars got together to film a horror movie (and a series about filming said movie), two sets of cameras made them act twice as infantile: Survivor's Jonny Fairplay was asked to leave the show for defecating in a Bachelor castoff's bed. The tribe has upchucked.


7. CHEATERS
(Syndicated, 2000-present)

The concept: Catch suspected cheaters in the act. The execution: As tasteless as it sounds. Lowlight: Host Joey Greco getting stabbed by a cheater.


4. WHO WANTS TO MARRY A MULTI-MILLIONAIRE?
(Fox, 2000)

Thank this two-hour special for the advent of reality TV nuptials. The importance of thorough background checks, though, was its more critical legacy: Not only was groom Rick Rockwell's net worth questioned, it was also discovered that he had a restraining order against him. No wonder bride Darva Conger annulled the union in less than two weeks. (And posed in Playboy soon after - link NSFW.)


3. ARE YOU HOT?: THE SEARCH FOR AMERICA'S SEXIEST PEOPLE
(ABC, 2003)

The ugly, short-lived series marked the first (and last) time that Lorenzo Lamas — the crude laser-pointing judge — was considered an ''expert'' in anything.


2. BRITNEY AND KEVIN: CHAOTIC
(UPN, 2005)

Britney began her intimate look at the great American love story that was Federspears by asking ''Can you handle my truth?'' The ''truth'' turned out to be a blandly narcissistic collage of home videos, in which Britney often raved about the duo's great sex life. TMI, y'all.

(See the rest at EW.com)

Vid Of The Day: Facebook In Real Life

I like it. But then, I like Facebook. Sue me.


Classic SNL Clip Of The Day: Kannon

More Stevie mockery. See you in Hell!


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