Really, he was. (HT Suzanne)
Do you need some help finding a book to read? NPR is here to save the day. (HT Andrew)
I love a good public prank like this: artist mocks the absurd poses in fashion photos by showing them in real life.
If this list is later debunked as being totally false and inaccurate, I don't want to know about it. My favorite word was "layogenic." [HT Nancy]
Seriously, I'm not trying to mock anyone, but I don't really understand the rabid devotion on display in this video about Eva Longoria's recent visit to Dubai. Maybe some of those people - the kids especially! - need to find a more substantial role model.
"The Hispanic piranha prom had one Jew person" and other brilliant mis-lip-readings of Michele Bachmann. [HT Eric D. Snider]
My younger brother and sister have done goofy poses for automatic roller coaster souvenir photos, but this one was the cleverest one I've seen recently.
I can only vouch for the first few pages of these hilarious response signs, but wow, are they funny (and the ninth one down looks suspiciously like something seen on the BYU campus).