No judgment, but you waste a lot of time on the internet, right? Which means sometime in the past year or so, something like
H/T Mediaite Last month, Cooper responded on Twitter to a Clickhole story about something it claimed he said at New York
Anderson Cooper Makes Fun Of Himself For 'Clickhole' Mistake
In his defense ... actually, we got nothing. No defense. Come on, Cooper. On Monday afternoon, CNN's Anderson Cooper tweeted
Someone must have pulled the actor aside soon after and told him that ClickHole is a spinoff of the parody website The Onion
"Looks like somebody goofed up big time." Between Alan Rickman's hands being plagued by continuity errors, characters trying
The Onion declined to comment to The Huffington Post, but did write a post entitled Area Facebook User Incredibly Stupid
In the age of bite-sized lists, tweets, and pithy "tl;dr" wrap-ups, we're losing the ability to engage deeply with subjects. Hoax sites have learned our diet and how to disguise themselves as food. The only way to fight back is to change what we eat.
As the little article accompanying the photos says, "As the pictures go by, the photographer undergoes a spectacular transformation
We would have made a timelapse of this three hour video, but we didn't want to ruin the surprise. You're welcome. And thank
This is it. This is the one video that everyone should watch and share. THIS. (Oh, yeah, we said "THIS." Because THIS is
All joking aside, The Onion's move to encroach on the turf of successful viral content creators comes just months after the