Today's most controversial viral video comes with the following description: "This is a Music Video we did called "Booty Pop" by Albert. Albert is a 6 year old rapper from South Florida." If the idea of a 6-year-old singing a song called "Booty Pop" isn't immediately skeezy to you, then just wait un ... More >>
Did you know that every year moose attack more people than bears and wolves combined? Did you know that you're apparently not supposed to go up and pet them? As Floridians we didn't. Neither did native Miamian Chantelle Hernandez, the unwitting star of a minor viral video in which she's seen pett ... More >>
They're snuggly. They're snooty. They're hilarious. Is it any wonder our Internet tubes are clogged with cats? They're like a living, breathing, addictive substance -- one huff, and you become a raging Elmyra: "I'm gonna hug you and kiss you and love you forever!"We estimate that for more than a ... More >>
Horne was reportedly thankful for the Tasering. Back in 2007, University of Florida student Andrew Meyer delivered the ultimate stun gun catch phrase when he pleaded with police, "Don't Tase me, bro." Four years later, another Florida 20-something, Darrel Horne, asked police to "Taser me, bro" wh ... More >>
Not since "Paula Deen Riding Things" has a scene in Miami taken the Internet by meme storm. After defeating the Dolphins in his first NFL career start last weekend, Tim Tebow got down on one knee, clenched a fist, and proceeded to take a quick prayer break while the rest of the Broncos ran around ... More >>
"We coulda WON, gosh-darnit!"Those snooty, Wayfarer-wearing jazz fans over at GQ have been crunching the numbers and actually come out with something quite meaningful: Out of the 2,364 four-year, degree-granting institutions in the U.S., the University of Florida is douchier than all but nine.
via rickastley.co.ukOh, Rick Astley, we ain't never gonna give you up!Tribute shows are terrible in so many ways. It's like, If I really wanted to hear that song the way I enjoy hearing it, I'd use my iPod, thank you. But tributes are also fun to watch for their crash-and-burn performances. And so ... More >>
Margaret Cho and an online sensation hit the Fillmore.