I'm on the fence about pretty boys like Zac Efron, but there is no denying he is one charming looker. So what is it, TrèsSugar readers? Do, dump, or marry?
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What's worse than falling into a ditch that even the blind couldn't miss and then getting stuck? Fighting with your mom who's laughing at you and implying that you have a fat butt. It can only get better for this poor woman . . .
You can almost hear the attempt at health straining to break through the desire to pickle the liver. Will "frozen healthy shit" win out over wine and tonic? My guess is no.
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This commercial gets off to an unimpressive start — take a look at that rat hole they call a warehouse — and it only gets worse from there. "I say, I say, I say" are Frankie and Johnnie selling furniture, dance lessons, or fried chicken? Bad dancing belongs in every low-budget commercial, but I'm still trying to connect the dots between furniture and fried chicken— buy a couch, get a grease stain for free?
OMG. This little guy is really going to town on that carrot! He's like a cartoon. The quills on his tiny forehead are moving around, and it looks like he's smiling. Good lord he's cute. But one question: where the heck do people get hedgehog pets?!
The idea behind these 1974 Weight Watchers recipe cards is quite simple. Create enigmatically named food that looks revolting, and dieters will totally lose their appetites. I mean, "Liver Paté en Masque" (shown above) looks like it's covered in gray glue. And then there's "Caucasian Shashlik," (don't ask), "Jellied Tomato Refresher" (yum!), and "Fluffy Mackerel Pudding" (fluffy!). Look below if you dare.
There was a time (late '80s, early '90s?) when collecting tiny stuffed animals called Beanie Babies was all the rage. Nothing seemed strange about little girls collecting them, but grown women and men (!), particularly men wearing Hawaiian shirts and bragging about how many Beanies they had . . . that's a little weird.
This Korean commercial for LooLoo, a brand of toilet bidet, makes an everyday restroom break seem like a water-rafting adventure through the pleasant waters flowing from . . . your toilet bowl. Which brings me to this question: with Americans' mania for cleanliness, why don't bathrooms have bidets?
You want to snooze when you read "Official Meeting Facilities Guide," but then you read "omfg" and you go, "OMFG!"
Oh, yes, he did. It's a first. Dog: 1. Cat: 0. (How does anyone even capture this amazing moment?)
In the annals of actors behaving badly and then trying to explain their behavior, this ranks among one of the most hilarious explanations ever. A TMZ photographer who got too close to Harrelson claimed that the actor pushed him in the face and damaged his camera. Harrelson's excuse when questioned by police? "I wrapped a movie called Zombieland, in which I was constantly under assault by zombies, then flew to New York, still very much in character," Harrelson said in a statement. "With my daughter at the airport I was startled by a paparazzo, who I quite understandably mistook for a zombie," he said. (My emphasis.) Actors have all the awesome excuses — imagine trying this one with the cops! Click here to read more.