He says this is how he eats churros. We all know what Chuck's really getting at, though.
Daaaamn. That girl was just not feeling a kiss from her friend near the end of a tense Nets-Raps game. Either she was very focused on the Raptors, or that's the worst abrupt end to a date.
Get off of Mike Miller, Kendrick! He isn't a chair. Ah, what the heck. You deserve a quick breather. Keep workin' hard out there, Perk.
America's best rapping newsman is back: On last night's The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon debuted Brian Williams' pitch-perfect "cover" of Snoop Dogg's "Gin and Juice." It's even better than Williams' now classic rendition of "Rapper's Delight."
This was uploaded on YouTube a long time ago, but we've never seen it before, and we feel the need to share it with all of you.
A reader sends in this front-row view of the Chorizo Sausage eating it during tonight's Sausage Race at Miller Park.
It snowed across much of the Midwest last night, including in Chicago, where reporters had to break the news to Joakim Noah just as he was enthusing over the delightful spring weather. We are all Joakim Noah.
Well, this could be one of the code brown scariest dashcam crashes I've ever seen. Dr. Guan Zhu, a professor at Texas A&M University, happened to have a dashcam running in his Toyota Sienna yesterday when a concrete truck ran a red light, overturned, and barreled straight at him.
Alright alright, I know you're over all the belated April Fools pranks and leftover videos. I don't even like April Fools Day—I basically need to keep a roll of Tums with me the whole day because my body can't handle that type of prank stress. ANYWAY, these students planned and executed a prank on their professor…
We only have one game left in this year's NCAA Tournament, and NBC gave those willing to suffer through an entire Saturday Night Live episode one bonus highlight reel, in an infomercial for "NCAA Tournament: Best Of The White Guys."
This is not the degenerate Cubs mascot whose pantsless existence we've all come to know and struggle to comprehend. This is just some bootleg, pantsless, degenerate Cubs mascot who does not enjoy it at all when people remove his head.
The first few syllables don't even sound human.
All told, I think the fan takes the W here. He made a nice catch, absorbed Adams's shove with ease, and then seamlessly transitioned to an emphatic flip of the bird. This is a great GIF, and we offer thanks to everyone involved.
Here is a dog that fancies itself an athlete. It has impressive distance and terrible coordination. Everything about this video is perfect, and deserves your full attention for its entire (brief) running time. Dumb, adorable dog.
Meet Microsoft's newest security researcher: Kristoffer Von Hassel. He lives in San Diego. He loves video games. And he's five years old.
Thank god for security cameras. Otherwise, we might never have been able to bear witness to this incredible scene of a FedEx delivery gone horribly wrong.
This happened at last week's Nebraska state speech championships, and we are so glad that it did. We don't know the identity of the kid fire-hosing the remnants of his turkey sandwich all over his hands and feet, but we do know that he is a hero. Because of him, we may now enjoy the world's first perfect photo.
Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy is going to be away from the team for a few days on paternity leave, because his wife had a child and he wants to be with his wife and child. This is a thing that men in America, even athletes, do. Usually if they don't, it's because they're not lucky enough to have a good job where…
These emoji-fueled interpretations of pop culture are all over the place nowadays, but this one is particularly inspired. You done good, creator of Game of Phones.