The Surprising College Majors of 40 Celebrities

Sep 17, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

Let’s face it. Most people will never be rich and famous celebrities, and even those struggling actors and actresses know that they should have some sort of a backup plan. That’s why a majority of the stars you know today went to college and studied something other than acting. True, not all of them graduated, but they seemed to do pretty well for themselves…study up!

Steve Carell – History


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Man Who Is Afraid of Nothing Solves Rubik’s Cube While Skydiving

Sep 8, 2015 By Olivia James 0

At least we assume he’s afraid of nothing because he appears to be as afraid of free falling as most people would be of afternoon tea.

The Surprising College Majors of 40 Celebrities

Aug 25, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

He Was Stabbed In the Heart and ‘Died’ Three Times, But Look At This Survivor Now!

Jul 16, 2015 By Abby Heugel 0

For a lot of people, getting stabbed in the heart during a mugging for their phone and “dying” three times on the operating table would be enough of an excuse to feel sorry for themselves.

For 22-year-old England native Kieran Quinlan, however, he used it as the springboard to not only build his body into a physical work of art, but to also build his soul and motivate people around him.


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If You Think Women’s Sports Are Boring, Amy Poehler and Seth Myers Would Like a Word

Jun 25, 2015 By Megan Berman 0

Like any sane person, Mark Mravic, Assistant Managing Editor of Sports Illustrated thinks that women’s soccer is awesome. But he’d heard that his colleague, Andy Benoit, who covers the NFL for Sports Illustrated disagrees…

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Then Andy decided to clarify: it’s not just women’s soccer that isn’t worth his precious time — it’s all women’s sports. Because that’s so much better!

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Well, Andy, Seth Myers and Amy Poehler have a question for you…

Benoit’s tweets have, predictably, since been deleted. But that doesn’t mean the internet has forgotten them…