Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Hot Men With Kittens

Tantrum Tuesday to you all, my little gingersnaps! I'm trusting this week is treating you well. At least I hope so. In any case, here are 15 pictures that should help you smile...

*UPDATE* Between the time I posted this and the time I got up this morning, the pictures have disappeared. Sketchy internet stealing my pics! I'll TRY to make up for it with this...

Kitten Plays Invisible Harp!

In reality whore news, Heidi Montag says she gained weight eating pie with her husband and puppies. sidenote: She lets her puppies eat pie?
In order to get back into her svelte, plastic body shape, she began a 14-hour/day exercise regimen. Wait... Heidi Montag can count? I didn't think so.

Source: popeater

The folks over at Funny or Die have served up a delectable dish for the ladies... Hot Men With Kittens. Watch this video if you dare...

And now it's time for... PARENTS SHOULDN'T TEXT!!!

Hey, WTF??!!! Ummm.... I think I'll pass on that, no matter how tempting it seems.

wtf photos videos - That's Going to Be One HAWT Massage
see more WTF Pictures and WTF videos by Picture Is Unrelated

And that's all the time I have for today. Meet me back here same time, same place tomorrow. Until then, here is a little something for you...

The singer from the FreeCreditReport.com commercials wasn’t really singing.

The actor in those commercials, Eric Violette, is actually French Canadian. The commercials, which feature Violette and his band singing songs about having credit problems, dub over his real voice because of his strong French Canadian accent. Violette can actually sing and play guitar in real life and has a real band. Check out his website for more details. His band's name is God Against God.

On a side note, the commercials with a singer that’s not singing are also advertising a free credit report that isn’t free. American consumers already have a right to see their own credit score by law. FreeCreditReport.com is actually a scam created by Experian, one of the three major credit reporting agencies in the United States. If you sign up with FreeCreditReport.com, you’re actually signing up for a pay service to monitor your credit that is only “free” for the first 7 days. The Federal Trade Commission actually cracked down on Experian for making deceptive claims in their catchy commercials that tricked people into paying for something they can already get for free.

Experian and the other two credit reporting agencies, Equifax and TransUnion, now maintain a website together where you can actually get a real free credit report. It’s called AnnualCreditReport.com. The agencies are actually obligated by federal law to maintain this website. The best part is, the FTC made its own parody commercial for AnnualCreditReport.com featuring another three-piece band singing about getting ripped off by FreeCreditReport.com!


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