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  1. Eeek!As anyone who’s ever paid a visit to a waxwork museum will know, when celebrities are turned into life-size figures, the outcomes can be… questionable.One famous face who consistently falls on the tragic side of the scale is pop superstar Lady Gaga, which is surprising considering how many iconic costumes and wigs she’s worn over the last decade.They just can’t seem to pin her unique look down…But nothing compares to this latest Gaga waxwork that’s (unfortunately) debuted in Lima, Peru.Gaga, we’re so sorry. No one deserves this.Source
  2. What's your favorite pop tart flavor?

    They are delicious. If you dislike them you are not human!
  3. Scooter Braun sat down with Complex's Noah Callahan-Bever for the latest episode of Blueprint. In the interview, posted Monday (Nov. 13), Braun detailed his blueprint for getting to where he is today as one of music's most successful managers, with a roster list including Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Martin Garrix and more. Braun provided commentary on various aspects of his personal life -- journeying all the way from being a young kid making fake IDs to becoming Atlanta's hottest party promoter, and eventually working for Jermaine Dupri at So So Def. On Ariana Grande: "One of my mentors taught me a long time ago that every single artist that I help and that I love will and could eventually fuck me over," Braun said when asked how he balances giving honest feedback to his artists. "I've come to terms with that, so if I have to tell them the truth and that is my demise -- OK. So be it. Whether it's Justin or Ariana, people I'm so close with it's like family, one day that is gonna happen." "Has it ever happened yet?" Callahan-Bever interjected. Without pause, Braun answered, "Ariana! Ariana left me because I told her truth and she got very upset with me." Braun did not want to go into specifics of the falling out, but admitted that Grande fired him. Six months later, Grande came back to him and they had a talk -- "She's like, 'I'm sorry about that. Let's get back to where we were.' And we're actually closer than we've ever been." Ariana parted ways with Scooter Braun's management in February 2016 and rehired him in August 2016 http://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/pop/8038228/scooter-braun-complex-blueprint-bieber-kanye
  4. A YouTuber wore a “Make America Great Again” hat around Hollywood to see what would happen, and was quickly attacked by protestors and passers-by. Blaire White, a conservative YouTube blogger, posted a video of herself wearing a Trump hat with her fellow blogger and boyfriend Joey Sarson around Hollywood, and she was physically attacked when onlookers noticed her hat. The two wanted to make a “social experiment video,” seeing what it would be like to wear a Trump hat in a liberal area. “This is not us trying to be edgy conservatives, sticking it to the libtards of Hollywood,” White said. “If I lived in like Arkansas or something, I would probably think it was just as interesting to wear a Hillary hat, so let’s just see what happens.” WATCH:
  5. When Kanye West's fans found out that Taylor Swift was releasing Reputation on the 10-year anniversary of Donda West's death — a rep for Swift said there was "no correlation" between the two dates — they mobilized. As The Ringer reports, one fan made a Facebook event declaring November 10 "Hey Mama Day," encouraging fellow supporters to stream the 2005 track in order to defeat Swift on the charts.According to The Ringer, total Spotify streams of "Hey Mama" increased by about 700,000 — from 23.6 million to 24.3 million — over the course of a 24-hour period. However, the song didn't make Spotify's Top 200 list, or any other Spotify chart, possibly because Spotify noticed that the streams were being racked up thanks to repeat listens. Swift also declined to make her full album available on streaming services at the time of its release.A representative for Spotify was not immediately available for comment.SOURCE
  6. Eight people were arrested after a riot sparked by a footballer’s support for LGBT rights. Guram Kashia, Vice-Captain of the Georgian national team, showed his support for LGBT equality by wearing a rainbow armband with his kit. The show of solidarity caused protests from far-right extremists Georgian March. Kashia wore the armband while playing for his Dutch club, Vitesse Arnhem, to coincide with the Netherlands’ national ‘Coming Out Day’. Protestors are demanding Kashia be kicked off the Georgian Football Federation’s national team in response to his support for LGBT rights. The protest soon turned into a riot as they lit smoke bombs, flares and shouted homophobic slurs. A rainbow flag was also publicly burned outside the Georgian Football Federation. The eight rioters were arrested on charges of resisting police and minor hooliganism. Georgia’s president backed the footballer, however, saying he is free to express himself. President Giorgi Margvelashvili wrote on Facebook: “Everyone has the right for freedom of expression.” “We should respect human rights and liberties. “I stand with the unanimous support that sporting society has expressed toward Guram Kashia.” The Georgian Football Federation also reportedly supported Kashia’s efforts. Georgia has introduced a number of LGBT-friendly laws in recent years. It is illegal to discriminate in the provision of goods and services based on gender or sexuality, and hate speech is outlawed. However marriage, adoption, gay people serving openly in the military and lesbians accessing IVF are all illegal. http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/11/03/riot-breaks-out-after-footballer-wears-rainbow-armband-in-support-of-lgbt-rights/
  7. A stunning blonde could face criminal proceedings for tattooing her cat to make it as “glamorous” as her. Busty fitness fanatic Elena Ivanickaya, from Chernihiv in Ukraine, decided to have an image of a Winged Anubis — an Egyptian God — inked onto her pet Sphinx’s chest. Photos show the bald cat unconscious while being pinned down under anaesthetic as the tattoo artist carries out his work. And after the photos appeared online, furious followers slammed the woman, accusing her of torturing the cat. Police spokesman Natalia Chovpylo said: “If we establish that the animal was tortured, we will open a criminal case.” UAnimals, the largest animal rights group in Ukraine, posted: “The cat’s owner thought it fun to give her pet cat a tattoo. “Unfortunately, the cat spent the worst hours of his life. It is impossible even to look at these photos!” Outraged viewer tatakuksa posted: “You just can’t torture those who are weaker then you, it is not a toy, it is a living being. She did not put a tattoo on her chest.” Fuming Inna Milovanova wrote: “Would be better to ink her forehead with a tattoo saying ‘idiot’ and break her finger for torturing a defenseless animal, poor kitty.” Dumbstruck Elena hit back, saying the spoiled feline, who has its own Instagram page and eats fresh oysters, leads a better life than the people complaining. She also defended her actions saying the cat wasn’t harmed in any way. She said: “This cat’s life is better then yours. Maybe it is hell for you, but he feels just fine. He has not been castrated and he never will be, this would be real cruelty. “I checked with the vet before getting him a tattoo and they were fine with it and a vet was present while they were doing the tattoo, so everything was under control.” She added: “The cat is treated with love and care… he is very smart and enjoys his happy life. The tattoo was made on the upper layer of skin. “Only 1-2 millimetres, he did not feel any pain. Right after the procedure he behaved normally and started to go on with his normal routine.” But the blonde who describes herself as a “fitness athlete” could now face charges of animal cruelty. Source
  8. Will the real Taylor Swift please stand up? Because she seems lost in the overproduced club fodder that comprises half of her sixth studio album, Reputation. And frankly, I am getting a little concerned. Swift’s latest is a drastic shift from the sweet synth-pop that defined her 2014 opus, 1989. After racking up an impressive string of hits, the singer battled overexposure thanks in part to Hollywood feuds with the likes of Kanye West, Kim Kardashian and Katy Perry. As things reached fever pitch, she decided to disappear before returning to reclaim her damaged reputation. “I’m sorry, the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, ’cause she’s dead,” The 27-year-old brazenly proclaims on lead single, “Look What You Made Me Do.” Guess that is one way to pull off an image overhaul. Reuniting with Jack Antonoff, the pair pushed boundaries on the experimental offering. The polarizing track presents a more jaded version of pop’s doe-eyed ingenue and delivered a statement of frustration with the industry. Armed with what is potentially the pettiest music videos of all time, it became a streaming giant and dutifully bowed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. However, it lacked the staying power of earlier hits like “We Are Never Getting Back Together” or “Shake It Off.” Instead of introducing the album with a perfectly-crafted pop song, she opted for an abrasive oddity. It was a sacrifice she was only too ready to make, but it raised questions about what to expect moving forward. Fans presumed “Look What You Made Me Do” was more of a statement than a testament to the project’s sound. However, the trend continued with the release of “…Ready For It.” Another bone-jarring production courtesy of Ali Payami, Max Martinand Shellback sets the scene as the hitmaker lusts after a dangerous boy. Things build up to a dreamy chorus, but the effort was too heavy-handed again. “Gorgeous” was more familiar. Another feisty anthem, the song seemed to be aimed at her ex Calvin Harris as she flirts with another man. However earworm-worthy the production, the lyrics are not very tactful. “Guess I’ll just stumble home to my cats; alone. Unless you want to come along,” she quips in what is potentially the most Taylor Swift statement of all time. Not exactly the suavest way to arrange a hookup. Thankfully, Taylor saved the best for last with “Call It What You Want.” The ethereal offering did away with the ridiculous overproduction and livid messaging in favor of sweet synths and romance. “All my flowers grew back as thorns, windows boarded back up after the storm. He built a fire just to keep me warm,” she coos about a lover who brought purpose back to her shattered life. As a whole, Reputation descends further into electronica than any of her previous albums. Sonically and conceptually, it could draw comparisons to Britney Spears’Blackout. Both came at paramount times in the pop stars’ lives and provided an opportunity for them to discuss personal qualms over some of their most barbed productions. However, whereas Brit was able to convincingly ride the dark beats into the depths of the club, Taylor struggles to sound quite as believable. This becomes increasingly evident on tracks like “I Did Something Bad,” which boasts another fierce production of Shellback and Martin’s. They build tension with growling bass and sharply crashing beats, but Taylor’s delivery feels a little too sophomoric as she sings about how she has dealt with insufficient lovers. “I never trust a narcissist, but they love me. So I play ’em like a violin, and I make it look oh-so-easy,” she brags in the opening lines. Taylor’s lyrics and delivery are too agitated to appear unbothered. She doesn’t seem capable of being as icy as Spears on “Piece of Me,” but that is almost required for a track with this level of attitude. The aptly titled “This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things” is another example of how things can get sloppy. Aside from the ridiculous title, the song is the sort of melodrama that speaks to Taylor’s unending pettiness as she calls it quits with a friend. “No I’m not the only friend you’ve lost lately. If only you weren’t so shady,” she bitterly declares. Coupled with the fact that it builds to a grating, almost Broadway-inspired chorus, and this is definitely more of a miss. Electronic production distorts the vocals on “Delicate.” The tender track takes on a note of irony considering her vocals are anything but fragile under the layers of frosty autotune. However, as robotic as her voice sounds there is something particularly compelling about her hesitancy as she sings about flirting with a potential lover. Even though she sounds as relatable as the cyborg Taylor of the “…Ready For It” music video, there is something entirely human about her delivery. In comparison, “Don’t Blame Me” plods on to infinity as the hitmaker sings about being addicted to her lover. “I get so high, oh, every time, yeah, every time you’re loving me. You’re loving me, trip of my life,” she sings before flaunting her vocals on a Gospel-inspsired bridge. It is a high point in an otherwise bland offering. With inexplicable features from Future and Ed Sheeran, “End Game” is unspeakable. Taylor has proven herself capable of incorporating hip-hop into her soundscape with tracks like “Bad Blood,” but a buoyant R&B production takes everyone involved out of their respective comfort zones. The end result is clumsy, and the chemistry between the trio, who are supposed to be involved in a love triangle of sorts, is laughable. As the album’s sole collaboration, it seems a wasted opportunity. Reputation is at its strongest when the hitmaker veers closer to the more comfortable brand of synth-pop. And when the LP gets things right, the result is magical. That is the case with “So It Goes…,” which has the distinction of being one of Taylor’s most sensual releases. “And all our pieces fall right into place. Get caught up in the moment, lipstick on your face. So it goes,” she muses over atmospheric synths. Likely inspired by her current boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, the release is a sexy outpouring of emotion that ends with the promise of scratches down her lover’s back. Things gets even more intimate on the breathy “Dress.” “Our secret moments in your crowded room; they’ve got no idea about me and you,” she purrs before promising a lover that she’d “only bought this dress so you could take it off.” Twinkling and anthemic, it is the sort of mature pop that Taylor should explore more of in the future. “Getaway Car” races over dazzling synths as the hitmaker sings about how a relationship was doomed from the very beginning. It swells with kinetic energy and is defined by some of the project’s most metaphoric writing. The besotted “King Of My Heart” is another example of the sort of electro-pop that Taylor excels at. Singing about a perfect romance, her voice soars over a production lush with finger snaps and fizzing beats. “And all at once you are the one I have been waiting for. King of my heart, body and soul,” she proclaims on the infectious chorus. After a break, the track builds to a stuttering chorus that is practically perfection. The only complaint here is an unnecessary vocal production, which plagues a good portion of the LP. “Dancing With Our Hands Tied” is another winner. Although the title alludes to a John Mayer-esque slow burner, the effervescent track disguises darker messaging behind a frenetic production. The end result is another relative success with captivating lyrics. After the frenzied energy of the majority of Reputation, the LP ends with an acoustic love song on “New Year’s Day.” In it, Taylor and a lover begin a new year together after a night of celebrations. As the sun rises on the symbolic beginning it is met with a quiet sense of purpose and adoration. Unsurprisingly, amidst a sea of vocal distortions, this still moment is an absolute high point and a reminder that less is more with Taylor. There’s a refined sense of beauty as she sings about the mundane life with a loved one. The album introduces a new iteration of the pop heavy-hitter to the world. It serves as a rebirth of sorts, but too much of it is defined by her battles. Taylor’s ability to write about moments with picture-perfect clarity is both a blessing and a curse. In comes in handy on songs like the evocative closer, but on the majority of the LP it takes the focus away from the music itself as fans dive into the hidden dramas. While it makes for obsessive listening, it can also take you out of the project’s artistic qualities as you become a detective. On Reputation Taylor Swift comes across as the pop star who is doing the absolute most. But instead of being effortlessly cool, the project is bogged down in overproduction and melodrama. At several points it comes close to capturing the excellence of her earlier work, but she tends to fall just short of expectations. Score: 3/5 Source
  9. Do you give good advice?

    Or are you horrible at it
  10. The results on a new survey based on Masculinity that was published by Attitude Magazine were so majorly against femininity that it shocked the staff.The survey found that gay men with feminine qualities were considered unappealing by almost three quarters of respondents.More specifically, the results found that 71% of the 5,000 respondents said they were turned off by potential partners with typically feminine attributes.The survey also asked, ‘Have you ever thought that effeminate gay men give the gay community a bad image or reputation?”The results for that question ended up as 41% in the Yes column. Matt Cain, the Editor-in-chief of Attitude Magazine commented on these results and said that they were “troubling.”“It backs up the experience so many of us have had on hook-up apps or the dating scene. And it reflects the difficult relationship so many of us have with our masculinity.” “But why should we let expectations about how we should look or act as men make us feel bad about ourselves?”Keep in mind that Attitude started this survey as a part of their mission to tackle attitudes towards masculinity in the gay community.That bias could have directly affected the result of the survey in the vein of questions worded to make one answer seem more offensive or wrong than another one. (Though doing so clearly didn't affect the results going in the other favor).Source
  11. Just a little note from me.

    You say this yet still do it anyway make up your mind sis
  12. A former model and actor is accusing Star Trek icon George Takei of sexual assault in 1981. The accuser, Scott R. Brunton, who was 23 at the time of the alleged incident, claims that Takei took advantage of him when he was most vulnerable. "This happened a long time ago, but I have never forgotten it," Brunton tells The Hollywood Reporter in an interview. "It is one of those stories you tell with a group of people when people are recounting bizarre instances in their lives, this always comes up. I have been telling it for years, but I am suddenly very nervous telling it." Brunton says he was living in Hollywood in 1981, working as a waiter and beginning a career as a commercial actor and model when he met a 43- or 44-year-old Takei one evening at Greg's Blue Dot bar. The men exchanged numbers and would call one another from time to time as well as run into each other at clubs, Brunton says. When Brunton broke up with his then-boyfriend, he spoke with Takei. "He said, 'Let me know what your new number is' and I did. And not long after we broke up and I moved out, George called me," Brunton recalls. Takei, as Brunton tells it, invited him to dinner and the theater. "He was very good at consoling me and understanding that I was upset and still in love with my boyfriend," Brunton says. "He was a great ear. He was very good about me spilling my heart on my sleeve." The two men went back to the actor's condo for a drink the same night. "We have the drink and he asks if I would like another," Brunton recalls. "And I said sure. So, I have the second one, and then all of a sudden, I begin feeling very disoriented and dizzy, and I thought I was going to pass out. I said I need to sit down and he said sit over here and he had the giant yellow beanbag chair. So I sat down in that and leaned my head back and I must have passed out." "The next thing I remember I was coming to and he had my pants down around my ankles and he was groping my crotch and trying to get my underwear off and feeling me up at the same time, trying to get his hands down my underwear," Brunton says. "I came to and said, 'What are you doing?!' I said, 'I don't want to do this.' He goes, 'You need to relax. I am just trying to make you comfortable. Get comfortable.' And I said, 'No. I don't want to do this.' And I pushed him off and he said, 'OK, fine.' And I said I am going to go and he said, 'If you feel you must. You're in no condition to drive.' I said, 'I don't care I want to go.' So I managed to get my pants up and compose myself and I was just shocked. I walked out and went to my car until I felt well enough to drive home, and that was that." THR spoke to four longtime friends of Brunton — Norah Roadman, Rob Donovan, Stephen Blackshear and Jan Steward — who said that he had confided in them about the Takei encounter years ago. Takei's rep, Julia Buchwald, tells THR, "George is traveling in Japan and Australia and not reachable for comment." Takei, now 80, rose to fame playing Hikaru Sulu on the original Star Trek television series. He is also an author and activist and has been an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ rights. Brunton claims that he met up with Takei years after the incident in Portland, Brunton's current home, while the actor was there on a book tour. "I wanted to see him," Brunton says. "I always wanted to ask him — I just felt really betrayed. I thought I was a friend and here I am later, just another piece of meat. So I called him up at the hotel — I figured out which hotel he was at — and he said 'Hi, Scott. I remember you.' I wanted to ask him why. We met for coffee, and I just couldn't bring myself to do it. It was just too uncomfortable." Brunton says he considered going to the media with the story for years, but he assumed no one would take him seriously. "Who's going to believe me? It's my word against his," he says. Brunton's reasoning changed after the Harvey Weinstein scandal, and specifically when Takei spoke out regarding allegations leveled against Kevin Spacey. On Oct. 29, Anthony Rapp, an actor starring in the latest Star Trek series, claimed to BuzzFeed News that Spacey sexually assaulted him while he was a minor in 1986. Spacey later apologized and came out as gay in response. "When power is used in a non-consensual situation, it is a wrong," Takei said of the Spacey claim in a statement to THR on Oct. 30. "For Anthony Rapp, he has had to live with the memory of this experience of decades ago. For Kevin Spacey, who claims not to remember the incident, he was the older, dominant one who had his way. Men who improperly harass or assault do not do so because they are gay or straight — that is a deflection. They do so because they have the power, and they chose to abuse it." Brunton says he found Takei's response infuriating. "I don't want anything from him but an apology," he says. "I am sure he'll disown all this, I don't know, maybe not." http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/amp/news/george-takei-accused-sexually-assaulting-model-1981-1056698
  13. Movie press tours can be tiresome for the actors involved. They are usually asked the same questions over and over again, so it must have been refreshing when Charlie Hunnam was asked to play a fun game that revealed some intriguing new info about the hunky actor. While promoting his film, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, he sat down with James Sloan from On Demand Entertainment to talk about his latest role, and why he is contemplating retiring his ab-centric shirtless scenes. Later in the conversation Sloan brought up how King Arthur director Guy Ritchie is known for giving the characters in his films unique nicknames dating all the way back to Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels. Sloan then tells Hunnam how he has come up with a random generator to give yourself a Guy Ritchie nickname. “You take a unique physical characteristic to you, plus the first name of your dad,” Sloan instructs the actor. “I’d be 12-inch c*ck Billy,” Hunnam answers without barely pausing to think. “Yeah, I heard that,” Sloan replies, as the two start laughing from his NSFW answer. That wasn’t the only tidbit that piqued our interest during Hunnam’s press tour. He also mentioned how he would be up for a Queer As Folk reunion, just in time for the series’ 20th anniversary. “I’d be game for a reunion,” Hunnam told The Sun. “It’s a long time ago, I’m an old bastard now – that was 20 years ago.” The series aired in 1999 but the King Arthur star still gets recognized for playing Nathan when he returns home to the U.K.
  14. The premiere of Louis C.K.'s new film was canceled Thursday amid reports that a story involving the comedian and sexual harassment allegations could soon emerge. The New York Times is said to be preparing a story regarding C.K. and undisclosed accusations, Variety reported. No other details about the reported New York Times story were immediately available. C.K.'s film project, "I Love You, Daddy," had been slated to premiere later Thursday evening at the Paris Theatre in New York before the cancelation. "Due to unexpected circumstances, tonight's event for 'I Love You, Daddy' has been cancelled," the movie's distribution company, The Orchard, confirmed in an email to Variety. "On behalf of The Orchard, please accept our apologies. We're incredibly sorry for any inconvenience." The Hollywood Reporter also said in its article about the premiere cancelation that a New York Times story about C.K. is "about to break," though the outlet did not specify any further details. Amid the reports, stand-up comic Megan Koester shared several tweets regarding C.K. "I assume everyone who's called me a liar and a c--t for the past three years will be sending me an Edible Arrangement the second the Louis C.K. NYT story breaks," she wrote in one tweet. In an article she wrote for Vice last month, Koester explains she was working as a journalist for Gawker at the 2015 Just For Laughs festival in Montreal when she asked multiple comedians on the red carpet about rumors she'd heard about C.K. behaving in "a sexually inappropriate way" in the past. But before she could ask everyone, she was shut down by the Just For Laughs COO, Bruce Hills. In addition to starring in “I Love You, Daddy,” C.K. wrote and directed the film, which is due out Nov. 17. The movie centers on a TV writer and producer who tries to intervene as his 17-year-old daughter falls in love with a 68-year-old man. C.K. had been scheduled to go on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” on Thursday, but canceled that appearance as well. Source
  15. well warner is trash too for not hooking up with vevo
  16. she's with epic? no wonder her releases have been so out of place
  17. U.S. Rep. Al Green promised Wednesday morning that the U.S. House of Representatives would vote on the impeachment of President Donald Trump sometime before Christmas of this year. His speech on the U.S. House floor marked the Houston Democrat's second formal call for Trump’s impeachment. “Before Christmas, there will be a vote on the chief inciter of racism, bigotry, hatred, xenophobia, sexism, ethnocentrism,” Green pledged, banging his fist on the podium. Green — who has called for Trump’s impeachment several times since the president took office in January — unveiled formal articles of impeachment against Trump on the House floor last month. But that proposal never made it to a floor vote. Green later said he wanted to allow his colleagues more time to consider the legislation, but there was also Democratic pressure to hold off the efforts, sources told The Texas Tribune at the time. Though Green did not say Wednesday how he planned to force a vote on his proposal, House rules allow for such a move on "privileged" resolutions within two days after giving notice of their intentions. Green emphasized the importance of constituents expressing their views to elected officials in the meantime. “Momentum is building,” he said several times. “People should weigh in.” His speech last month made Green the second Democrat to introduce articles of impeachment against Trump. U.S. Rep. Brad Sherman, D-California, was the first to do so in July. https://www.texastribune.org/2017/11/08/us-rep-al-green-promises-house-vote-president-donald-trump-impeachment/
  18. Justin Bieber laced up his cleats, popped off his shirt, and got really pumped up while playing soccer with his bros. The Biebs hit up UCLA's campus Tuesday afternoon for a pickup game on one of the soccer fields, and at one point was standing at full attention calling out a play. We're told several college students gathered around the field to watch JB in action and get a peek at his new torso tattoo ... and he put on quite a show. Interestingly, no sign of Selena Gomez watching her bf's athletic skills this time around. Still, Justin looked like he had fun. Source
  19. church in Edgewater, Florida is repenting this week after posting a sign about forgiveness that most people read as a sexual innuendo. The Bella Villa Baptist Church posted a message on the sign in front of its building that read, “Forgiveness is swallowing when you want to spit.” And it was somehow not about oral sex. A woman posted a photo of the sign on Instagram, saying she had to do a U-turn to see if she actually read the sign right. And, indeed, she had. “I think someone is a little mad at their wife,” she captioned the photo, adding the hashtag #swallowforthelord. Church representatives told Orlando’s WKMG that the sign was “completely innocent” and was “intended as encouragement to forgive.” Honestly, we can barely figure out the intended message they were trying to get across, as it sounds so blatantly sexual. The church removed the message and said it apologizes to anyone who was offended. Source
  20. Sammy Sosa was spotted in London appearing significantly whiter than ever. He is damn near Caucasian. here is how sammy sosa used to look like:
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