Dressing up as a clown is already a pretty low form of employment.
Think about it -- it requires zero skill aside from making the occasional balloon animal or two. But this guy, known as Wrinkles the Clown from Fort Myers, Fla., isn't your average clown. He's a creepy clown. His goal is to mix things up a bit in the clown world by being spooky and scary.
Forte referenced an article from a few months back that described just how gross beards can be. Sporting a massive man-beard himself, Forte was a little worried about the gross substances that could be lurking in his facial hair. So he submitted to a test that would determine just what was living in his beard. The results were disgusting.
Here's a fun one! Someone had the neat idea to record a backwards running competition and reverse the video. The result is bizarre and hilarious, more bizarre than the fact that there's a such thing as a backwards running competition.
The runners look, at best, like timid scaredy-cats terrified of the runners behind them, and at worst, like utter dorks. It's also weird to see the non-competing people walking casually backwards along the sidelines.
When you intern for us, you get some great perks: work experience, free breakfast every now and then, and little else. If you ask for a shirt, we'll probably give you one. But we never think about it first, so unless you remember, you're probably on your own.
Jake was interning today and we noticed that he had a show shirt on, but it definitely wasn't one that we had given him.
While sitting at a traffic light on her motorcycle, a woman noticed that there was a tiny kitten in the middle of the intersection, coming within inches of getting run over by vehicles as they drove through. Not wanting to see the kitten get injured or killed, she pulled out into the middle of the busy intersection, parked her bike and came to the kitten's rescue. She then handed the little kitty off to a bystander on the side of the road while she got her bike out of the way. A GoPro mounted to her helmet captured the whole ordeal.
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