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    We all have our favorite rides at the fair, along with the rides we stay far away from. For me, that spinning teacup ride makes me sick just thinking about it. There are also the people who have no fear. Daredevils. But no one expected a 3-year-old to be a daredevil -- a daredevil that magically defies gravity. 

    One mom was taking video of her 3-year-old daughter contemplating going into one of those spinning tunnel rides commonly found in the funhouse. She goes in, sits down, and ends up going completely upside down.

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    (This is the true story one of my previous Mother's Day written on that particular day as the events unfolded. Some names have been changed for no reason whatsoever.)Today, I'm officially the Queen. It's true, my children told me this when I awoke. By "awoke," I mean when they woke me at 8AM and said, "We let you sleep in Mommy, now wake up because you're the Queen today."

    I'm sure the Queen wakes up at 8AM on the days she sleeps in too.

    I'd like to note that, if the Queen is knee deep in pee, whining, and is constantly saying things like, "I will separate you two if I have to," and "Can someone extract this Lego from my foot?" than I am the Queen every day. I have a feeling she is not, but as I've been a Queen for 6 hours now, I thought I'd fill you in on what it's REALLY like.

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    I always give people mad props for appearing on game shows. Granted, the quick money would be nice, but I know I'd get asked some simple, second-grade-level question and would freeze and draw a blank and look like an idiot. And then live on the Internet trapped in that moment forever. Sadly, that's what indeed happened to the Sass family, of Stockton, California. They needed Anna Sass to get a mere 18 points on Family Feud to win $20,000. Certainly you can guess what happens next.

    All she really had to do was guess somewhat popular answers to poll questions that Steve Harvey rattled off. And she just couldn't think of anything besides the most obvious answers, which were unfortunately already guessed.

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    The Disney movie Frozen has taken over the country. If you have a kid, chances are he or she loves Anna and Elsa and knows the words to at least two of the songs even if the movie has never been seen. Also Olaf! The frenzy over Frozen, however, isn't just for kids. It's for Marines.

    Yes, Marines. You know you've been cooped up with the guys too long when an animated kid-flick makes a bunch of grown men say, "Ooh-rah!" Check out this priceless clip that will make your day. Nothing like seeing tough guys singing princess songs.

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    A new prank video that's surfaced a little late for April Fools' Day might just win for prank of the year. Here's what you need to know: This Aquinas College professor has one rule in his classroom. If a phone rings during class time, the student must answer it on speaker phone. Seems like a fair rule that's sure to keep kids' phones on silent, right?

    Well, needless to say, the kids took advantage of the rule and completely fooled the professor with a prank that he admits he'll treasure forever. And maybe his students will realize that some calls should remain, ahem, private.

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    With the hype surrounding the premiere of Girl Meets World gearing up, there's no better way to get people interested than using the always hilarious Samuel L. Jackson, amirite? That's why Jimmy Fallon had Samuel L. Jackson Perform slam poetry about Boy Meets World, the show upon which Girl Meets World is based, and it's, in a word, amazinggggg.

    Everyone is hankering for some '90s show nostalgia (Full House reunion, anyone?) was treated to a brief background of the show as well as some of its most iconic moments in a way only Samuel L. Jackson can pull off. There's really nothing left to say. This video is perfect.

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    "Is that a cowlick, or are you just happy to see me?" Quick! Name that movie!

    Exactly one decade (can you believe it?!) after the release of The Little Rascals, Spanky, Alfalfa, Darla, Buckwheat, and Petey the dog are back on April 1.

    This time, the entire crew is raising money to save grandma's bakery. And in classic rascal fashion, they're having a pet wash, a taxi service, and of course, a talent show. Maybe this time, hold the bubbles, guys?

    So to celebrate the revival of the classic film, one lucky winner will come away with a bundle that includes: Despicable Me 1 & 2, An American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars, An American Girl: Saige Paints the Sky, Barbie: The Pearl Princess, and of course, The Little Rascals Save the Day. Additionally, three other winners will receive a copy of The Little Rascals Save the Day.

    To enter for a chance to win the movie prize pack, let us know:

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    Not too long ago, I turned 40...

    I was telling a friend that I'd be willing to trade in my Gen X status for that of a 30-year-old hipster who wears black-rimmed glasses (for statement, not vision, purposes). Then, I'd never have to admit that I spent the Saturday nights of my childhood hoping beyond hope that Charo would be the surprise guest on The Love Boat or that somehow, Shari and Lambchop would find themselves in an eerie episode of Fantasy Island where Shari was the puppet. (What, I'm the only one who wished for that story line? I think not.)

    No, I wouldn't know a lot of things like, the pain of seeing Chachi marry Joanie or the name of my first Cabbage Patch Kid or the "awesome" effects of Sun-In, had I not been a poster child for Generation X. Things like this:

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    Seems that Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake can do no wrong. What better way to close out the first week of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon than with such an iconic guest. They could barely even contain their excitement about what was to come -- at first, they just sat there awkwardly looking at each other, then grabbed some conveniently hidden microphones and launched into "History of Rap 5." Yes, they've done this four times before already.

    They rap everything from LL Cool J to Salt 'n' Pepa to the Fresh Prince theme song, including some modern day hits like Kendrick Lamar's "Swimming Pools (Drank)" and a mash-up of Jay Z's "99 Problems." They finished off the amazing routine by jumping into the audience and belting out RUN DMC and Aerosmith's "Walk This Way."

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    So much inane drama occured behind the scenes when it came to late-night talk show hosts, but for The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon finally took over as host. Between David Letterman, Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, and Jimmy, the dust has finally settled, and The Tonight Show is back in New York City. Even Jimmy addressed the controversy in his opening monologue: "I’m Jimmy Fallon, and I’ll be your host for now."

    And the show was very New York. The opening credits were done by Spike Lee and U2 performed their new single, "Invisible," on the Top of the Rock at dusk.

    But of course, Jimmy enlisted the help of all his "pals" to kick off the show, and the clip that is sure to take over your Facebook feed this morning features Jimmy doing a rather familiar bit with none other than Will Smith.

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