The poor child was stuck with a raft on his head and the Internet saved the little dude from his struggle by turning him into a flying saucer, ocean monster, and even teaming him up with Sir Lancelot the Brave, Sir Galahad the Pure, Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Sir-Lancelot, and the aptly named Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Film.
Unlike every movie critic on Earth, Newt Gingrich has found something to cling to after watching box office flop “London Has Fallen.” In a recent tweet, which has now garnered some INCREDIBLE reactions, Newt wants us all to take notes on the seriousness of the political-action drama.
Sorry, Newt. You’re going to have to do better than that to get anyone to willingly watch a Gerard Butler movie.
Back in April the groom’s sister, Ali sent Swift a heart-wrenching letter telling the pop princess that Max wed Kenya in the hospital so their dying mother wouldn’t miss out on the experience. Max and his mother even danced to Swift’s “Blank Space” for their mother-son dance before his mother passed soon thereafter.
After months of coordinating with Ali, T. Swift went to the Brant Beach Yacht Club in Brant Beach, New Jersey and crashed Max Singer and Kenya Smith’s wedding.
Shi Jaramillo and Patrick Reetz decided to break the mold of the stereotypical engagement photo shoot by hiding a body together in Austin’s Zilker Park, Texas. The “body” was a life-size doll named Jorge, who was carefully wrapped up in a garbage bag.
“What is the most trustworthy thing to do with your significant other?” Jarmillo said. “To have to hide a body together. You kind of get tired of seeing the same old pictures on Facebook and we didn’t want to be stereotypical.”