Jeremy has been an Internet based writer for the past seven years.
Antoine Dodson Is Back and You Won’t Believe What He’s Saying Now
Antoine Dodson, of "hide your kids, hide your wife" 'Bed Intruder' viral video fame, is one of the more colorful stars of the internet era. Part of the Huntsville, Alabama native's charm was his comfort with his sexuality. Which is why we were all surprised to see that last night Dodson announced a change in his sexual preference.
33 High School Students Were Suspended For Twerking
"Twerking" is the latest dance craze. And by that we mean Miley Cyrus is quite fond of posting videos of herself doing it. But the administration at Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego are not fond of Twerking. In fact they just suspended 33 students for their own video of the dance, which they claim involves a female "shaking their hips and bottom in a bouncy up and down motion
Reporter Almost Gets Her Head Taken Off By Baseball While Taking Selfie
Having your picture taken and taking a picture both require a certain degree of concentration. So when you're taking a "selfie" (and performing both of these tasks at once) you tend to be pretty oblivious to anything else going on around you.
Gamer Proposes to Girlfriend Via Custom Role Playing Game
If you're a gamer and you find yourself a girlfriend who also loves spending marathon sessions in front of a screen you should probably seriously consider locking her down for life. That's what Redditor Marchaka was thinking with his special lady Michelle, who shares his passion for video games. So, despite his limited coding experience, Marchaka decided to craft an elaborate role playing game for
Woman Assaults Boyfriend For Singing ‘Thrift Shop’ Over and Over
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' smash hit 'Thrift Shop' in undoubtedly a very catchy song. But is the ode to finding bargain basement prices a good song? Therein lays the problem for many folks, including Samanta Malson of Longmont, Colorado who now faces jail because 'Thrift Shop' really got under her skin.
See the Cast of ‘Family Matters’ Then and Now
Originally a spin-off of 'Perfect Strangers,' 'Family Matters' told the tale of an extended family in Chicago, Illinois, and their meddlesome neighbor Steve Urkel.
Barbie Without Makeup Is Not a Morning Person
Barbie can't help but looking perfect. She's manufactured that way. But what if the doll that has been setting unrealistically high beauty standards for girls since 1959 was a real person? (Yes, this is has been tried before by human Barbie impersonators, but that's not where we're going here.)
Brothers Look for Love on Craigslist By Posing as Centaurs
Despite possessing many positive qualities, brothers Dave and Mike found themselves date-less for their cousin's impending nuptials. Having been told by the bride that dates are "mandatory" because she doesn't want them "harassing all of my friends all night" the pair took to Craigslist to find two women -- preferably sisters or friends -- to accompany them to the wedding. Read
The World’s Most Expensive Bacon Sandwich
If there is one thing the internet has taught us it's that people really love bacon. A coffee house in Cheltenham, England is betting that there are folks out there who love the cured meat so much that they would be willing to shell out 150 pounds ($237) for what they are calling the Bacon Bling sandwich.
Woman Has Had the Same Song Stuck In Her Head For Three Years
A song like Carly Rae Jepsen's 'Call Me Maybe' is called an earworm for the insidious way it tunnels into your brain and gets stuck inside your head. The medical term for this is tinnitus, which is a legitimate condition that causes a sufferer to hallucinate songs in their head on an endless loop.
Waiter Who Defended Boy With Down Syndrome Gives All Donations To Charity
Last month, Michael Garcia made a lot of people smile. The 45-year-old, who is a waiter at Laurenzo’s Restaurant in Houston, Texas, refused to serve a family who insulted Milo Castillo, a five-year-old with Down Syndrome, by suggesting that "special needs children need to be special someplace else."
Deceased Husband Wins Valentine’s Day With Romantic Gesture From Beyond the Grave
For 46 years, Sue Johnston had a pretty good idea what she'd be getting on Valentine's Day. Each February 14 her husband John would give her a bouquet of flowers with a note that read "My love for you grows." Sadly, John passed away two years ago in April. 10 months later, Johnston received Valentine's Day flowers from somebody named John. At first she thought it was a cruel joke. Read M