Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
Meteorologists have one of the coolest jobs around. Think about it-- they can totally get away with taking on weather 'Gangnam Style' and no one bats an eyelash over it. Al Roker can also do a weird mannequin impression mid-broadcast, and it's completely acceptable. (Although that was really, really strange...) That's why we're not surprised that one of actress Scarlett Johansson's dreams is to read the weather in classic Roker style.
Even though we're self-proclaimed addicts, Facebook can be super confusing. There's that whole copyrighting thing, for one. Turkeys can be voted for pardoning and a cat petition can get liked 120,000 times. It's a weird, weird world. Recently, one guy decided to take advantage of the social media site's strangeness by playing an awesome prank on fellow users.
Unless you're just now emerging from hibernation, you're probably aware the greatest time of year is upon us: Movember. It's an entire month where participating men ditch their razors in an attempt to grow some wild 'staches and raise money for cancer research.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's time to get into full-on turkey mode. After all, it's never too early to loosen up the ol' belt buckle to ready ourselves for Thursday's feasting. While we're getting totally hyped about eating tons of stuffing and gravy and pumpkin pie, we still feel like the holiday prep could use a little extra oomph, and that's where Turkey Day music comes in.
We don't know how Bill Cosby has reached such an unprecedented level of awesome. Maybe it's those terrible 90's sweaters he rocks or his ultra-casual approach to life. Few things could make us love him more. But one thing that could is sweet, sweet animated gifs. And boy, do we have some Bill Cosby gifs for you.
Pets are the best. They cheer us up when we're feeling blue, let us dress them in super embarrassing costumes and help us in our chemistry lesson struggles. That's why we love it when we come across awesome videos like this one that further prove our point.
If you know anything about us here at TheFW, it's that we love a good, harmless prank. Cell phone crashing and embarrassing people with talking elevators are just a couple we particularly fancy. Basically, we'd like to think of ourselves as joking experts. So when we recently came across a prank we've never before encountered, we took a humble blow to our humor egos and laughed our pants off.
The art of the photobomb takes major practice and skill. It could take humans years of failed attempts to properly and completely ruin someone else's picture, because it involves mastering accurate timing and terribly funny faces.
We're huge fans of music mashups, because there are tons of different types. Presidential versions and ones involving staplers top our list as favorites so far. There's also that Leo Dicaprio and 'My Little Pony' video that may or may not have weird-ed us out for a while. Well, recently we discovered another mashup artist who's upping the game by recreating a famous piece by composer and pianist Edvard Grieg. (Chances are you'll recognize the tune.)
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