Play-Doh has been delighting children with its
delicious edible colorful clay-like compound since the 1950s. But some parents have been flooding the toymaker’s Facebook page with complaints because a part included in the Sweet Shoppe Cake Mountain Playset looks exactly like a dildo. More
Artist and Kissing Suzy Kolber blogger David Rappccio has been creating artistic reimaginings of NFL logos for awhile now. He’s made British versions, anime versions, 420 versions, hipster versions, and more. But his latest project — recreating NFL team logos as dongs — might be his greatest artistic triumph. More
Unless you’re the type of person who’s home at 3:30 p.m. on a weekday, you probably haven’t seen a live episode of “Family Feud” in a while. But this clip, in which Steve Harvey asks two women “If you could change one part of your husband’s body, what would it be?” has taken the Internet by storm because of one contestant’s brutally awkward answer.
Ever since an initial post on Reddit showing a Bugatti Veyron vandalized with a graffiti dong, the Internet has been buzzing. But lo and behold, for the first time in recorded history, an image on the internet has been proven to be fake.
A Denver Fox affiliate, KDVR 31, was trying to use a person’s Twitter photo album to discuss a Seattle helicopter crash. Unfortunately, the host controlling the iPad went a bit too far into the stranger’s picture reel, and ended up stumbling across a photo that nobody expected. I’m sure you can use your imagination as to what the picture was. If not, it was a penis.
He and the three other hosts scrambled to move on from the flub, but there’s a little thing called DVR these days, and of course, somebody had a cell phone handy to film it. You can check out the video, courtesy of twitter user Slade Sohmer and KDVR 31, or if you’d prefer to skip out on the wiener shot, you can simply bask in the uncomfortable reactions of the hosts above.