Basically once Labor Day has passed, we spend our time gearing up for Halloween, which means apple cider, carving pumpkins, and loads and loads of terrible scary movies. The only problem is that there are bad scary movies and then there are *bad* scary movies, and the only way to tell the difference between the two usually involves sacrificing 40 minutes or so of your life.
There's a chill in the air, brandy is slowly edging out rum as the drink of choice, and the skin around our eyes is brutally chapped -- must be Autumn! And you know what that means -- time for some laughs courtesy of perennial favorite Nightmares Fear Factory, a haunted house in Niagara Falls with a hidden camera that takes pictures of people while they're having the crap scared out of them. Hilarious! (As long as it isn't us.)
Hopefully you're enjoying your day off. You know who's not? These animals! They're busy putting the "cat" in business cat-sual. Sure, a tie might be closer to standard business attire, but we're pretty sure the lack of pants keeps it totally casual.
Ahhh, the ocean. So calm. So relaxing. So ABOUT TO BE EATEN BY ENORMOUS WHALES AAAAAAAAAAAGGGHHHH!!!! Thanks goodness these divers have friends to record their near-death experience, so that we can all watch this horrifying video. This is why we stay in the shallow water, where only sharks can get us. Good grief.
We're going to go ahead and assume you liked 'Full House' as a child, because every time we tell somebody that we didn't like 'Full House' as a child, we get weird sideways glances and also we have no friends left. Since you are clearly a huge 'Full House' fan, here's a video that's probably of interest to you -- Uncle Jesse (aka John Stamos) and his band The Rippers reunited on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' to play a few songs.
Hey, why not watch classic movies overdubbed with the voices from Spongebob Squarepants'? Seriously, what have you got to lose, other than your bad attitude, Mr. 'I-don't-want-to-hear-Spongebob-do-'Singin'-in-the-Rain'?
Maybe you live someplace where fireworks are illegal. Maybe secretly every time you hear some go off you are momentarily terrified that somebody on a neighboring block has just been shot to death. Maybe both (Brooklyn, rep!).
Comedian Nathan Fielder is making good use of his power on Twitter. He's been coming up with a number of pranks for people to play on their parents/friends and having them send him the often-hilarious results. This time he told his legion of followers to text their parents asking if it's illegal not to tell somebody you gave them an STD and say they were asking for a friend. These are the results. Keep fighting the good fight, Nathan Fielder.
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