• You can now download an EP from Fred Armisen’s fake-y SNL punk band Ian Rubbish & The Bizarros. The team at Stereogum says, “It’s fine. Music is garbage anyway, so whatever. Who even cares about any of it, including this.” Hahah. Just kidding, they didn’t say that!!! They love music over at Stereogum! Go download the EP! -Stereogum
  • Speaking of Saturday Night Live, Zach Galifianakis is hosting this weekend. Hooray! Check out his promos, if you want to. They are funny. -NBC
  • Robert Downey Jr. showed up at a screening of Iron Man 3 for teenagers who volunteered in NYC after Hurricane Sandy. That was nice of him! -FilmDrunk
  • This kid saying “assholes” instead of “ant holes” is funny and cute but the cutest thing is when he says “YESTH” at the end. End of review. -Hypervocal
  • Oh, Amanda. -Dlisted
  • A man recorded his intoxicated wife telling a joke about chips and then animated it and it is actually adorable. I know what it sounds like, but I swear it’s good! -Uproxx
Comments (8)
  1. That was the best animated joke I’ve ever seen. I’m very glad to broke my general rule to not watch things with audio for that. A++, would chuckle again.

  2. that is a great joke about the corn chips, but does anyone else find it creepy that a husband would just record everything his wife does when she’s drunk?

  3. “I have no clue [why people say I’m insane]. Every time I’ve heard it, it came from an ugly person’s mouth, so I don’t care. The only ones lying about me having a mental illness are people I don’t talk to. I only have hot friends. They have my back until I die.”

    Is this a real statement, or has the spirit of Regina George possessed Ms. Bynes?

  4. It’s a good thing that chip joke wasn’t about nachos. That would have been a little too cheesy.

  5. Speaking of unusual punk rock, have yous guys seen the trailer for the band Death movie?

    I guess decades before the grind-metal band and years before the Ramones, there were this 3 black brothers from Detroit who played proto-punk but they were kind of forgotten until recently. I know I’ve never heard of them until this link:

    Anyway, it looks interesting, and if this is the start of the punk movement instead of the stooges or IDK, then it’s kind of weird that they never got credit for it.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post, reply to, or rate a comment.