And we're not talking about their egos.
Sure, the egos and lives of many celebrities are pretty much distorted, but this time, let's leave that to the tabloids and gossip bloggers that make it a point to document every single nipple slip or crotch flash by celebrities. Let's just enjoy some pictures over at Distortrait, which, you guessed it, does some digital makeovers on pictures of celebrities until they're beyond recognition. Think Jocelyn Wildenstein ten times over.
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Unless you've been living under a rock for the last fifty years, you've probably seen all Star Wars films. And chances are, you've seen at least three films twice. Three decades of Star Wars and everyone has either been entertained or annoyed by the myriad of characters George Lucas has foisted upon the movie-going public. Yoda. Darth Maul. Queen Amidala. Princess Leia. R2-D2. Darth Vader.
But can you imagine Mr. T, Tom Cruise, and Mahatma Gandhi as Yoda? Julia Roberts as Princess Leia? Or Rowan Atkinson (yep, Mr. Bean himself) as Darth Vader? The guys who did these pictures over at Worth1000.com obviously can, and the results are nothing less than hilarious and at times awesome.
However, though these pieces of advice are created to help people realize things or gain a deeper perspective about certain issues, it is necessary for me to remind the readers not to take this so seriously.
Her concoction may be flavorful but those with malicious minds know there's more to the song that greets the ear.
That song's notoriety stems from the steamy black and white video--Kellis belting that tune while her jugs kept bouncing up and down like a healthy baby boy-or girl depending on one's fixation.
QUIRKY advertisements and equally weird news stories had long been the staple of many late night talk shows and never fail to give us a barrel of laughs every now and then.
Whether it's "Late Night With Conan O' Brien" or "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno"-both from NBC-or "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" from Comedy Central, the news and its accompanying advertisements have become a veritable gold mine of humor even for the jaded few.
Being a frequent patron of late night talk shows has its advantages for coach potatoes and insomniacs alike-it keeps you informed, amused and awake while your partner snores beside you.
One particularly amusing treat is the "If They Mated" portion on the show "Late Night With Conan O' Brien" in which the host shows pictures of celebrity couples and how their children would look like if they mated.