Huffington Post loves Ryan Gosling just as much as the rest of us do. That's why they created a video montage of what's arguably his best acting method — staring at things.
To be fair, Ryan Gosling is so good looking that he wouldn't have to do much more than just stare off into the distance in order to get acting gigs and make a lot of money. But his roles in movies like "Half Nelson" and "Drive" do showcase that he's a good actor. Fine, so, he's my favorite actor, and therefore I might be a little biased. No matter — I just provided you with two minutes worth of beautiful Ryan Gosling face to brighten your Thursday. You're welcome!
If that headline sounds weird, it's because it is. But who isn’t a sucker for adorable animal stories? Last week, a story surfaced about eight dachshund puppies who were found in a plastic container in Arkansas. Abandoned.
But then they were rescued by the Rocky Ridge Refuge and got a foster mom — in the form of a giant capybara named Cheesecake.
If you haven’t heard of a capybara, they’re the biggest rodent in the world (bigger than a beaver or a porcupine!) and they’re oddly endearing. So capybara + dachshund puppies = OMG so cute. This week, we got to see Cheesecake and the puppies in action with a video! Enjoy.
Despite the light blanket of snow left on our lawns in Connecticut early this morning, spring is coming. It’s almost here. I can feel it! Yesterday, in my rush to get to my car after work, I didn’t put on a coat, and I didn’t immediately turn into an icicle. Progress.
We are so excited about spring that we’re literally counting down the days. Let it be known that in exactly one week — that’s seven days, counting today — it will be spring. And we will wear our spring clothes, even if that means we get frostbite.
To kick off our countdown to spring, let’s talk about the best parts of the season! Drumroll, please…
The one’s pretty obvious in that it’s probably the biggest selling point of the season. Spring means we’ve finally crawled out of that dark, depressing, hole that is winter. No more slogging through several feet of snow, yay! Warm weather means you can actually open your windows in your house and venture outside for more reasons than to just get the mail. Not having to step out of my house wearing 10 layers of clothes is also a plus.
Even if you're as over the Harlem Shake video craze as I am, this video is still pretty cute. Kids react to the Harlem Shake video/dance craze and express the hilarious stuff we're all thinking but don't say. And they do it in a much cuter way. My favorite reaction: "Stop it. Now! If you make one more video I will pull your brains out!" I hope my future child is as sassy as she is. (Also, the video includes the actual Harlem Shake!) Happy hump day!
In case you didn't know this, Justin Timberlake is kind of a big deal right now, especially with his latest tour announcement, his single "Suit and Tie," and his recent hosting-and-performing gig on SNL. (It was his fifth time on the show, by the way.) Since we're trying to keep everything PG-rated, that eliminates some of the SNL material, but here are some highlights from Saturday's show.
Five Timers Monologue
Justin's monologue includes some former SNL members and a handful of other random celebrities, including Paul Simon, Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Martin Short, Candace Bergen, Tom Hanks, and Alec Baldwin. How's that for star power?