Several schools across the country have bannedFlamin' Hot Cheetos because they are so unhealthy and dangerous to kids. What about these snacks? They seem *at least* as terrifying as something that promises to be hot as fire. It certainly can't be safe for kids to eat these. Also, we want some.
When Detroit News reporter Charlie LeDuff wants to prove a point, Detroit News reporter Charlie LeDuff is going to prove a point. In this video, he eats cat food to prove that even animal byproducts from a can taste better than the food Meals on Wheels was serving to seniors
There's not a whole lot to do when you live in the country. It was really only a matter of time before somebody came up with this idea, and then only a short amount of time after that for somebody to film it and put it on YouTube.
And because we can't do cat videos all day every day,* here are ten amazing facts about the internet. From how many likes there are on Facebook daily to the actual weight of the internet, this video just might blow your mind. (Hence the title.) Learn something new today, so you can watch a cat stuck in a jar over and over guilt-free!
Ellen DeGeneres is always doing her part to brighten spirits. Fortunately this sometimes comes at the expense of a famous person's dignity. Here is a montage of a bunch of times Ellen had somebody sneak up behind a guest and scare them. Oh, and sometimes it's just Ellen lurking in a bath
We're having a bit of an 'America's Funniest Home Videos' day here. First there was the incredibly painful faceplant compilation, and now we've got this kid getting smacked right in the face with a soccer ball by his dad.
It's nice to know we're not the only ones -- Henry Thomas, star of 'E.T.,' admitted the movie's ending makes him weep like a little baby as well. Thomas was on the 'Today' show for an interview to promote the movie, which is being re-released on Blu-ray for its 30th anniversary.
We're really getting into the Halloween spirit here at TheFW. It's nothing new -- it's always been one of our favorite holidays (right after Arbor Day). So, while we enjoying settling down with a good (bad) scary movie, sometimes we wax a little nostalgic. These are the songs from our childhood that really get us in the mood for trick or treating, which we're apparently too "old" to do anymore, unless our plan to dress up like a scary six-year-old finally works. Check them out, and let us know if we missed one of your favorites.
To Dan Knowlton, his Cabbage Patch Kids are his children. "They're easier to cope with." True -- they never grow or die or have to maintain necessary life functions, but that doesn't mean you need 600 of them.
Here's something for all you painfully nostalgic types out there. It's video footage of John Cusack awkwardly shuffling onstage with a boombox and handing it to Peter Gabriel before he performed "In Your Eyes" in concert over the weekend.
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