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Sun February 19, 2012
Source     Fark Headline Comments
(WXYZ Detroit) Sad MC4  (wxyz.com) (33)
(Some Guy) Cool How was the Van Halen kick off tour last night? Depends  (courier-journal.com) (151)
(RedEye Chicago) Interesting Cee-Lo Green's new album "Cee-Lo Green is Everybody's Brother" inspires a list of the stupidest album titles ever  (redeyechicago.com) (98)
(Daily Mail) Followup Perfume company wins $10 million judgement against Britney Spears after jury affirms they are in a scent  (dailymail.co.uk) (27)


Sat February 18, 2012
(ABC) Sad Dim Judi Dench  (abcnews.go.com) (60)
(TMZ) Silly TMZ asks the question of our time. Emma Stone or Rooney Mara who would you rather?  (tmz.com) (154)
(Some Guy) Stupid Why wait for some internet blog to do it? AP gives us the "5 Most Memorable Moments from Whitney Houston's Funeral"  (kptv.com) (56)
(Huffington Post) Weird Quite inexplicably, The Simpsons have hit 500 episodes despite losing relevance and humor 360 episodes ago  (huffingtonpost.com) (139)
(TMZ) Fail Grate dress, Fergie  (tmz.com) (54)
(Rolling Stone) Cool Tina Fey and the Cult of Liz Lemon. If they ever got her to run for politics, she could start her own offshoot Lemon Party  (rollingstone.com) (52)
(Time) Cool Never in the field of human hipsterism has so much been owed by so many to so few. "Cool" tag standing in for "Booze, Broads and Sharkskin Suits" tag  (life.time.com) (32)
(NPR) Stupid Oh geez Dave, enough about the brown M&M's already  (npr.org) (74)
(SeattlePI) Strange Raquel Welch thinks Mae West was a man, roustabout  (blog.seattlepi.com) (53)
(Onion AV Club) Amusing Every single thing Bart Simpson ever wrote on the chalkboard  (avclub.com) (40)
(Vanity Fair) Cool Interactive tribute to some awesome character actors. Includes Lumbergh and Milton from "Office Space" and the Kurgan. Warning: Shirtless Machete  (vanityfair.com) (118)


Fri February 17, 2012
(Some Guy) Cool The 500 greatest movies of all time as chosen by the U.K.'s "Empire" magazine. Or: the first such list in existence not to include "Citizen Kane" in the top 25. (warning: slideshow)  (empireonline.com) (132)
(Deadline) Weird Will Smith might star in "I Am Legender"  (deadline.com) (168)
(Some Guy) Fail "Kenny Chesney invited me. Kenny Chesney send a limo for me. Kenny Chesney gave me this wine" - Kenny Chesney: "Who?"  (610wiod.com) (47)
(BusinessWeek) Sad Maybe Jake and Elwood will get the band back together and save the Dixie Square Mall  (businessweek.com) (54)
(Topless Robot) Spiffy Why we desperately need a Buckaroo Bonzai sequel and the five questions it needs to answer  (toplessrobot.com) (96)
(WTF?) Strange Jason Bateman welcomes his new daughter...Maple. Maple Bateman?   (todayentertainment.today.msnbc.msn.com) (75)
(Onion AV Club) Silly The AVClub lauds R&B getting rid of one of its "most frustrating traditions." Endless misogyny? Solidifying urban stereotypes for suburbanites? Of course not, it's including humorous bits in their Serious Art(tm)  (avclub.com) (21)
(Some Guy) Interesting Rejected James Bond theme songs, including Johnny Cash's "Thunderball" and Alice Cooper's "Man With the Golden Gun." What were you thinking, 007  (badassdigest.com) (45)
(Yahoo) Amusing Semi-professional con man, White House party crasher, and reality TV star Tareq Salahi sues his wife for $50 million saying her affair with Journey's guitarist "made him look like a buffoon". Yeah, you were golden until then  (news.yahoo.com) (37)
(News.com.au) Spiffy Samba drum competition at Sao Paulo Carnival to be determined by blind judges -- which is a shame considering the drum queen costumes. (w/ not safe for work pic)  (news.com.au) (36)
(FilmDrunk) Sad The top-selling DVD titles of 2012 are expected, depressing  (filmdrunk.uproxx.com) (79)
(Some Breaking Bad Star) Spiffy "Breaking Bad" star Giancarlo Esposito to appear on "Community." If this means that Gus Fring teams up with Evil Troy and Evil Abed, I'm all for it  (digitalspy.com) (60)


Thu February 16, 2012
(A Weeaboo) Scary Top 10 Japanese Horror Movies (You Probably Haven't Seen)  (theweeaboo.com) (47)
(CBC) Weird Actor Neil Hope, who played Derek "Wheels" Wheeler on Degrassi, died in 2007, but nobody released any official word until now  (cbc.ca) (50)
(WPTV) Asinine Comedy Central takes Colbert Report off the air "due to unforeseen circumstances"  (wptv.com) (240)
(Uproxx) Dumbass Chris Brown's new pickup line: "I promise I won't beat you." No, seriously, that's it  (uproxx.com) (77)
(Bitten and Bound) Cool One of this year's SI Swimsuit babes yo-yo'd from mainstream to plus-size model and back again, strutting 70 excess pounds before it dawned on her that bikini work paid way better than mumu posing. (then and now pics)  (bittenandbound.com) (378)
(Lifehacker) Obvious Seasoned traveler Anthony Bourdain reveals his trick to finding best food in brand new city: troll "internet foodie elite" with simple declarative statement about area restaurant, stoking their nerd rage  (lifehacker.com) (105)
(SFGate) Interesting HBO to Netflix: Fark You. Netflix to HBO: Right back at ya, pardner  (sfgate.com) (92)
(Daily Mail) Fail Ever wonder what a 13 year old girl with unlimited funds would do to a house?  (dailymail.co.uk) (160)
(Daily Mail) Scary The moms from Toddlers and Tiaras defend pageantry by dressing in their daughters costumes  (dailymail.co.uk) (123)
(Daily Mail) Obvious Cuba Gooding Jr. reveals that Tom Cruise has been trapped in the closet since at least 1996  (dailymail.co.uk) (48)
(Boing Boing) Interesting Cigar box guitar museum opens in Pittsburgh. Blind Melon Chitlin unavailable for comment  (boingboing.net) (29)
(LA Times) Followup Iron Sky, the Finnish sci-fi movie depicting an attack on Earth from Nazi communities hidden on the dark side of the moon, just debuted in Berlin. Bonus: it's also coming to the US  (latimesblogs.latimes.com) (87)
(Some Guy) Scary Why does Rebecca Romijn have "Wilford Brimley" diabetus cadaver feet?  (pics.wikifeet.com) (75)
(TMZ) Obvious Star of MTV's 'Teen Mom' evicted after lying about her $280k income in order to live in Section 8 housing. Hopes to clear it all up as soon as she gets out of jail, then court appointed rehab  (tmz.com) (27)
(Daily Mail) Unlikely Paul McCartney says he's finally quitting cannabis for his 8-year-old daughter. Japan unavailable for comment. Bonus: Pic of zombie Bob Dylan  (dailymail.co.uk) (34)
(Daily Mail) Obvious If you had "less than a week" before the Whitney Houston lesbian rumors started to surface, come forward and claim your prize  (dailymail.co.uk) (31)
(The Hollywood Reporter) Silly Nicolas Cage reveals reason behind name change: The cast quoted Apocalypse Now outside his trailer during making of Fast Times of Ridgemont High just to mock him. Judge Reinhold reportedly still giggles a little behind his mop  (hollywoodreporter.com) (63)
(Daily Mail) PSA It costs £1,200 to look this cheap  (dailymail.co.uk) (35)


Wed February 15, 2012
(Guardian) Followup Most businesses brag about celebrity clientele, then there's Michael Jackson & Whitney Houston's drugstore  (guardian.co.uk) (30)
(Starpulse) Unlikely Ke$ha says the "clothing-optional" parties she often throws are not a "weird sex orgy thing"  (starpulse.com) (107)
(Gamma Squad) Interesting Belgian trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man shows some different scenes, suggests Belgians can't get enough Denis Leary  (gammasquad.uproxx.com) (41)
(Contact Music) Cool Matt Groening receives star on Hollywood Walk of Fame  (contactmusic.com) (40)
(The Daily Show) Amusing Jon Stewart and Ricky Gervais have a rational discussion about panda sex, porn, and raccoon humping  (thedailyshow.com) (81)
(CBS News) Followup Sony uses the "overzealous staffer" defense to explain the completely coincidental price hikes for Whitney Houston's music just after her death  (cbsnews.com) (147)
(Yahoo) Interesting Twelve things you didn't know about the song "I Will Always Love You"  (music.yahoo.com) (95)
(KTRK) Ironic Singer whose biggest hit is about blowing away her boyfriend with a shotgun wants to know why the Grammys apparently condoned domestic violence by allowing Chris Brown to perform  (abclocal.go.com) (108)
(Film School Rejects) Amusing How to kick-start a movie review: "The first was pee-inducing, the second one was so scary that one of my testicles jumped back into my body"  (filmschoolrejects.com) (36)
(Den Of Geek) Spiffy Guillermo del Toro to direct Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson to star. Search continues for actress to play Beauty  (denofgeek.com) (136)
(Celebitchy) Amusing Kate Winslet on watching herself in Titanic: "Block my ears, somebody. Somebody club out my senses. Make it farking stop'"  (celebitchy.com) (68)
(Minneapolis Star Tribune) Dumbass Actor Gary Bussey files for bankruptcy listing more than $500,000 in debts and only $50,000 worth of teeth  (startribune.com) (40)
(New York Daily News) Spiffy I don't know what a Justin Bieber is, but he just spent a few hours in the hospital visiting a terminally ill fan. Respect gained  (nydailynews.com) (88)
(Entertainment Weekly) Fail CBS has cast their Sherlock Holmes. Amazingly, it makes Robert Downey Jr.'s casting seem like a moment of genius  (insidetv.ew.com) (152)
(Huffington Post) Obvious Chris Brown, in response to criticism - "Hate all you want because I got a Grammy, now that's the ultimate FARK OFF." Yep, he's really sorry for what he did  (huffingtonpost.com) (188)
(Variety) Silly Hollywood is out of ideas: Paramount to develop feature film over one-minute YouTube video of guy talking to his dog  (variety.com) (49)


Tue February 14, 2012
(Showbiz Spy) Stupid Reggie Bush might be drawn to Kim Kardashian again, just as steel is drawn to a syphilitic, vapid, self-interested magnet  (showbizspy.com) (18)
(Celebslam) Obvious Lindsay Lohan's friends tell her to give up obsession with making Marilyn Monroe biopic. She would be more convincing as Whitney Houston, actually  (celebslam.celebuzz.com) (30)
(Paste Magazine) Fail The thirty best SNL characters of all time. Difficulty: Kristen Wiig  (pastemagazine.com) (177)
(Some Westminster Kennel Club site) Cool How will the six new breeds do? Will Dachshunds finally get some love? Can you watch a dog show without thinking of Fred Willard (And to think that in some countries these dogs are eaten)? Here is your Westminster Dog Show thread. *woof*  (westminsterkennelclub.org) (222)
(SlashFilm) Followup Michael Bay confirms he's on board for directing Transformers 4 for a June 2014 release date, says there is no cast or story yet, but that's never stopped him before  (slashfilm.com) (84)
(Some Guy) Interesting Taylor Swift promises no-bra dancing. Or, Taylor Swift promises no bra-dancing. One of those   (todayentertainment.today.msnbc.msn.com) (75)
(ABC) Sick Whitney Houston's Sister-in-law creates a special $65 candle to quickly cash in on the death of the singer, erm, excuse me, to "Honor her memory"  (abcnews.go.com) (52)
(cbs late show) Spiffy 10 Sports Illustrated swimsuit models do Letterman's Top 10 list. High points? #2, #4, #5 (video)  (cbs.com) (96)
(USA Today) Silly Buffy the Vampire Slayer has a big challenge in the Season 9 Comics (spoilers)  (usatoday.com) (188)
(Bitten and Bound) Cool Jen Aniston and Paul Rudd got all sexy in a GQ photo spread that is suppose to lure you to check out their hippie flick 'Wanderlust' ... we're in. (pics, trailer)  (bittenandbound.com) (73)
(TMZ) Followup TMZ Presents: Death Tub: The tub that kills pop divas. I presume this is a sequel to the 1977 film "Death Bed: The Bed That Eats"  (tmz.com) (56)
(Daily Mail) Dumbass Nancy Grace screeches the appropriate question, "Who pushed Whitney Houston under water?"  (dailymail.co.uk) (262)
(Onion AV Club) Unlikely Assuming Community ever returns, the next episode will feature the death of a character  (avclub.com) (67)
(Entertainment Weekly) Followup Greg Brady, Danny Partridge, Sherilyn Fenn, Johnny Fever, Alice Cooper, and Bigfoot. Together finally  (insidetv.ew.com) (39)
(VentureBeat) Followup Apple jacking up Whitney's album price? Yeah, that was Sony's doing  (venturebeat.com) (91)


Mon February 13, 2012
(Onion AV Club) Dumbass Bill Murray's decision not to be in Ghostbuster 3 may lead to Dan Aykroyd re-casting the role, human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria  (avclub.com) (132)
(Telegraph) Cool Alison Krauss now has the most Grammys of any living musician (28) after winning two last night. In other news, Taylor Swift was chosen as the showcase country performance for some reason  (telegraph.co.uk) (111)
(People Magazine) Interesting "White Collar" star Matt Bomer comes out of the closet. There's a lot of great-looking suits in there, incidentally  (people.com) (77)
(Huffington Post) Followup Whitney Houston's death may be third biggest thing to fall into Dolly Parton's lap  (huffingtonpost.com) (39)
(Celebitchy) Weird Beyonce tried to hijack Grammy weekend by releasing photos of her baby, only to get her hijacking hijacked by Whitney Houston's death, which was ultimately hijacked by Adele's sweep. It's like the al-Qaeda of pop  (celebitchy.com) (46)
(Buzzfeed) Stupid Reason #349 to get a vasectomy: Millennials on Twitter users ask the question "Who the f was that old guy at the grammys?"  (buzzfeed.com) (217)
(Radar Magazine) Obvious Whitney Houston's final movie to be released early. She had a lot of good lines  (radaronline.com) (40)
(Uproxx) Fail Oprah uses Twitter like a panhandler uses a discarded piece of cardboard  (uproxx.com) (31)
(Uproxx) Dumbass Without question the best thing to come out of Bon Iver winning the Best New Artist Grammy are the flood of "Who is Bonnie Bear/Bony Bear?" tweets  (uproxx.com) (70)
(Daily Mail) Silly This just in: Anne Hathaway doesn't wear her Dark Knight Rises catsuit when she goes out for a spot of shopping  (dailymail.co.uk) (52)
(Daily Mail) Scary Val Kilmer preparing to play Axl Rose. Ben and Jerry's stock skyrockets  (dailymail.co.uk) (82)
(Daily Mail) Spiffy Scarlett Johanssen at the beach. Ungawa  (dailymail.co.uk) (106)
(Starpulse) Obvious Some of the last photos of Whitney Houston show that sobriety ain't all it's cracked up to be  (starpulse.com) (72)
(LAist) Sad On the rise rap songstress commits suicide by leaping off radio tower. Didn't count on Whitney Houston dying this week  (laist.com) (32)
(WRCB-TV) Spiffy Waylon Jennings joins the after death album release club. Tupac nods knowingly  (wrcbtv.com) (20)
(Daily Mail) Obvious Katy Perry's gaze magnetically drawn to Rihanna's cleavage, wants to kiss a girl  (dailymail.co.uk) (73)
(Some Guy) Scary So...yeah, this happened at the Grammys, courtesy of Nicki Minaj. Aren't you glad Rock and Roll is the devil's music?  (vibe.com) (122)
(digitalspy) Hero Adele, Foo Fighters dominate 2012 Grammy Awards  (digitalspy.com) (135)
(Digital Spy) Asinine Apple decides to mourn the death of Whitney Houston by raising the prices on all of her music  (digitalspy.com) (104)
(Some Guy) Amusing When you think Skrillex will beat you at the Grammys, do you: A) Don't show up, B) Bring a hotter date, or C) Wear a shirt with Skrillex's phone number on it on national television?  (exm.nr) (205)

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