In an ideal world, pizza wouldn’t have fat and you could simply burn more calories by scrolling on your computer instead of strolling down the street. But as we know, that ain’t happening. You have to eat right, get moving, and keep a sense of humor about things.
Or do neither of the first two options and instead tweet about the fitness struggle. That works, too.
One would like to think we’ve come a long way in terms of treating women with respect and gender equality, but then things like The Headless Women of Hollywood pops up on the radar and reminds us that we still have a long, long way to go — at least in Hollywood.
Started by comedian Marcia Belsky, the Tumblr account highlights movie posters that all share a disturbing design feature: The women in them are faceless or headless.
Love it or hate it, 50 Shades of Grey is one of those novels-turned-movie that everyone has heard of at some point in time, if only to make fun of someone they see trying to discreetly read the steamy stories while grabbing lunch in the office break room.
The popularity means there are also no shortage of parody accounts, but this one might just come out on top (no pun intended…okay, maybe just a little).
The Twitter account 50 Nerds of Grey reimagines the erotica with nerd-infused brilliance that is much more relatable and no less ridiculous than the original.
You know the effects team for a film has done a good job when you don't notice the effects at all. When you're able to enter into the world of a film without realizing that what you're looking at is anything less than 100% real, these guys have succeeded.
So check out these rare behind the scenes pics that reveal many of our favorite cinematic worlds are actually models.
Okay, that might be a slight exaggeration because maybe your day involves endless pizza or rescuing kittens from the arms of adorable puppies or something, but you can’t go wrong with Fallon, and he ups his game with this.
He's known for his epic lip sync battles, but when Ariana Grande stopped by recently, they tried something new with a lip sync conversation.
They might be little, but kids can have mighty ideas. If you need proof, just ask British designer and inventor Dominic Wilcox, who asked more than 450 children across Sunderland and South Tyneside, UK, to come up with ideas for inventions.
After more than 600 were submitted, he chose around 60 invention drawings and presented them to local makers that could help with manufacturing. The project, simply called “INVENTORS!” let the kids explain their ideas, and the makers had only four weeks to produce real-life objects created exactly how the kids wanted.
As you can see from the sketches, these young minds were full of sometimes practical, sometimes funny, but always innovative ideas. After all, who doesn’t want a food-cooling fork?
“I struggle to get my Pringles out (of the bottom of the tub), well here’s a cure!” – Georgia Dinsley, age 11