Happy National Coming Out Day! This year we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the holiday that praises our LGBT brother…
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Video games about movies suck and movies based on video games suck. Why not reinvent the game with something that is rooted in making old new again and has reinvigorated entertainment over the past 5 or 6 years - the mashup! Take a popular movie concept, meld it with a successful video game premise and voila you should have the creme de la creme of vertical synergy! Click to see the full list of ideas then let us know which one you like the most in our poll.
Hashtags on Twitter are nothing new, but there are only a few trends that keep our attention long enough to write a post on it. This morning, #ThingsIHateTheMost was doing pretty well and there's no better way of complaining to the world than via Twitter. How else can we learn some of the best and truest examples of First World Problems? Check out ten of the things that users around the world have deemed the most annoying thing in the world.
You're back home for winter break and ready to show off your new partying abilities. Time to reconnect with the old crew from high school and tear sh*t up. Maybe you've heard rumors about some of the crap that happened to your classmates while away at school, or maybe you just completely cut yourself off from that world. Either way, it's time to find out who's been up to what. Thanksgiving break was short-lived, but winter break gives you plenty of man hours to catch up. To prepare you for what's in store, we put together this guide of cronies, phonies, and baloney riding ponies you'll see out and about. Check it out after the jump.
Last year, Amber Heard was the woman who wowed us most. The hotter version of Kristen Stewart continued to crush in '11 despite the performance and critical reception of Drive Angry, The Rum Diary, and The Playboy Club. So, where does she fall on this year's countdown? How do vets like Lindsay Lohan and Brooklyn Decker fare? Who are this year's Ines Sainz and Anna Chapman - the buzzworthy newsmakers that caused enough headlines to warrant a spot amongst the legends? Check out our comprehensive slideshow and let us know if we missed anyone in the comments after the jump.
Unless you're an absolute pornstar, odds are you've probably experienced a woman faking an orgasm. Some are better actors than others. Hell, even few male pornstars can make chicks come to fruition every time. Truth is, most girls can't climax through vaginal intercourse and if they can, it's only from the right moves in the right conditions at the right time in the right setting. While the thought of a chick lying to your grill is downright infuriating, the fairer gender have their reasons. Find out what they are after the jump.
December 1st's a day that most NFC East fans could do without because it's DeSean Jackson's birthday. Love him or loathe him, it's impossible to deny his incredible speed - but do his legs make him a dominant offensive threat? Haters will say that he has brick hands (@NFLFantasy "DeSean Jackson is dropping TD passes like it's his job. Except it's not."), while fans of "God's Gif" will say that he simply can't be covered. So, we decided to name the fastest 10 WRs in the NFL then debate whether or not their foot speed makes them a legitimate star. Check out the list and feel free to leave your own two cents in the comments after the jump.
When it comes to relationships honesty is the best policy but there is such a thing as TMI and FTW to those of you who believe you have to be 100% honest to the point of overbearing. Mystery’s just as exciting and important an element to any kind of relationship, long-term, short-term, monogamous, or poly as intimacy. And really, there are just some things that nobody needs to know. so we’re going to be getting a little grimy. Brace yourself and check out the 11 Things Men Don’t Need To Know About Women.
November 4th is King Tut Day. On this day in 1922, his tomb was discovered. While most cokeheads perk up at the mention of Tutankhamun, the 18th Century pharaoh was mostly known for being young as sh*t when he assumed dominion. When you think of Kings, Emperors, Presidents, Czars; these titles invoke visions of distinction, maturity, grey hair, and arthritis. Leadership and power have a tendency to develop with age and experience. However, there have been anomalies to this stream of succession. In honor of today (11/4) being King Tut Day, here's a list of rulers that ran an Empire after getting their dose of Saturday morning cartoons.
There are a slew of influences out there in this wet 'n' wild world. Ya got drugs, alcohol, TV, movies, music - just about everything and anything can make an impression on you. We write a lot about those influences and, for me at least, women seem to be the most influential. I'd say 95% of what I do on a daily basis is based on what women want and like. But, which women are the most influential? We're talkin' no questions asked, they yell jump and you say how high. For better or worse, they've got that captivating and/or motivating mojo. Who are they? CLICK HERE TO FIND OUT
On November 2nd, 1909 Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University. Yesterday, we showed you the most notable SigEps, so we thought it'd be only fair to showcase some of the more noteworthy Lambdas. They're one of the largest fraternities in North America, having initiated more than 280,000 members and held chapters at more than 300 universities. We didn't have Lambdas at Hopkins but we did have the pledge class Lambda, whom we dubbed "Lame-da" because they refused to do ANYTHING we told them. They just chanted, "Or What?!" over and over. Actually, that's kinda bad-ass. Check out the most notable Lambdas in our slideshow after the jump.
On November 1st, 1901, Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond College (now the University of Richmond) on three principles: Virtue, Diligence, and Brotherly Love. It's the second largest social fraternity in the U.S. in terms of current undergraduate membership, reportedly the largest in terms of total members initiated, and was the first to charter a chapter in all 50 states. At Hopkins, Sig Ep is the swimmer's fraternity and they (used to) throw a killer black light party - unless you have stained teeth or a severe dandruff problem. Without Sig Ep, who knows what would've happened to these most notable brothers. Click the link to see who they are.
The Red Sox collapse has gotten a ton of coverage and the blame seems to have shifted almost entirely to the revelation that Jon Lester, Josh Beckett and John Lackey drank beers and ate fried chicken during the game on their days off. While it might seem crazy to the novice fan, their antics pale in comparison to these five in-game partiers. Watch the Red Sox pitchers in Kevin Fowler's "Hell Yeah, I Like Beer" music video then check out our list of top 5 in-game partiers below. Let us know if we missed any in the comments after the jump
Don't worry you've still got time. I'd say around 4 weeks. That's when "cuffing season" begins. What's cuffing season? It's when you "hole up" for the winter; when you're more likely to end up locked / knocked up than hooking up. Halloween's your last (and best) chance to have the hook up of the year. So, get your True Blood inspired costumes on and covered in (probably) fake blood for my top 5 reasons why Halloween is the easiest holiday to hook up.
Jukeboxes are a wonderful thing - they give patrons the opportunity to choose the music they want to hear on any given evening at their local watering hole. Some people, however, use the jukebox more than others. After the jump, you fill find a look at the eight different people who
usedominate the jukebox on a regular basis. You may know some of these people, and if you don’t, congratulations, you are probably one of them.
The Walking Dead began its second season Sunday night to monumental ratings. Nearly 7.3 million tuned in for the first showing and more than 2 million caught the 10:30 repeat. In the coveted 18-49-year-old demographic, "The Walking Dead" did better than anything else on Sunday night – other than the NFL. If you have no idea what we're talking about or are just too lazy to care, here's our list of reasons why you should download Season 1's episodes. If that doesn't work, we also have a highlight reel that includes every zombie death from the first go-round. Check 'em out after the jump.
There are plenty of situations that require wearing a shirt, but some people choose to go shirtless anyway. Some call these people (usually it's them calling themselves) 'pioneers' but most of society calls them 'socially retarded.' They have no idea that their nipples are month old pepperonis and that their back-t*ts (the cleavage of their backs) looks like a package of old hot dogs stuck to a manatee. For those not in the 'know' here's a definitive list of when you must cover up your naked top half for the betterment of society. Check 'em out after the jump.
On October 18th, 1767, the "Mason-Dixon Line" was created. It became infamous during the Civil War and signifies the separation of north vs south. When you're road tripping to the southeast, you'll see the phrase "The South Will Rise Again!" on bumper stickers. The meaning of said expression has become muddled since its creation. Is it a rallying cry to restore Southern pride (which there's no shortage of) or to overthrow the North and re-establish the Confederacy? If that's the case, check out our reasons why the South will and won't rise again after the jump.
AskMen released their annual list of the most influential men of the past year, so if you were hoping to make a big impact in November and December, you'll have to wait 'til October 2012 to get props for it. To compile this year's rankings, more than 200,000 AskMen readers voted, along with their staff. So, who made the list? Well, there's a legless runner, a dude who leaks for a living, a guy who leaks while holding a trophy, a little guy, and a cheater. Check out the full list after the jump.
The Yankees have played in 16 of the last 17 postseasons; a feat 29 other fan bases would kill for. Except Yankee fans aren’t satisfied. Success isn’t defined by making it to October, it’s defined by World Series rings. And one World Series title in the last decade just isn’t going to cut it. The problem is, there are five main obstacles that they need to overcome to get number 28. "Tri-State Sports Guys" co-host, Mike DePalma, breaks it down after the jump.
Good news, but you should already know this: Season 2 of The Walking Dead premieres Sunday night at 9/8c on AMC. If you weren't one of the 5 million Americans already watching The Walking Dead, you're either not American, don't have cable or you were completely oblivious to the highest rated show on cable. If you were the last one, you are missing out on what could easily turn into the next Lost. Check out our list of reasons why you should download Season 1's episodes along with a highlight reel that includes every zombie death from the first go-round after the jump.