Norton: “I’ve never enjoyed that kind of attention from a man as much as I did [with Keaton].”
It’s 9:12 a.m. on Friday, and, in the last 12 hours, three more allegations have made it into the news cycle.
“Due to his size, the suspect was cuffed using two pairs of cuffs,” according to the police report. “Cuffs were double-locked and checked for fit.”
Last weekend in Falmouth, Maine, an 18-year-old got naked and broke into two residences while his mom and dad’s house burned to the ground.
Despite the bad headlines that’s consumed the nation, Bill Cosby is still hitting the live comedy circuit.
“Gang Bang at the Gathering: A Juggalette Sex Adventure” by the enigmatic Isobel Dorian is the best read of 2014.
Seven very NSFW minutes of Silverman and Rogen flinging virtual boogers at action movie cliches, but there’s also a message.
Behold, the glorious Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” rump that will truly break the internet once and for all. MUAHAHAHAHA.
Here’s video of Lemon’s victim-blaming from Tuesday’s “CNN Tonight.”
“It’s not unlike when you see these preachers, who then get exposed,” Stern said. “They’re against homosexuality, and you find out they’re blowing a dude in the bathroom.”
On Tuesday, reality TV star and Paper Magazine NSFW cover girl Kim Kardashian made a guest appearance on Australian TV’s “The Project.”
For those of you who haven’t yet heard “The Imperial March,” aka Vader’s theme, from “Star Wars” being blown through the sphincter muscles of an under-employed white boy, cross it off the bucket list.
“I was hired as an actress to portray a drunk girl in what was described to me as a ‘lighthearted prank show,’” she said. “Had I known the outcome of this damaging video, I never would have participated.”
It was straight out of the Walter Sobchak playbook.
November 17, 2014 marks the 25th anniversary for the release of “The Little Mermaid.” And it also marks the year that the giant cock in the movie’s poster was hanged in theaters across the nation.