Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
Whatever the situation, you don't want to get on Overly Attached Girlfriend's bad side. She can get super weird, super quick. But the truth is, all her creepiness is really funny. So what better way to spice up the American Music Awards red carpet than by planting the YouTube sensation in the path of famous musicians and celebrities?
Meteorologists have one of the coolest jobs around. Think about it-- they can totally get away with taking on weather 'Gangnam Style' and no one bats an eyelash over it. Al Roker can also do a weird mannequin impression mid-broadcast, and it's completely acceptable. (Although that was really, really strange...) That's why we're not surprised that one of actress Scarlett Johansson's dreams is to read the weather in classic Roker style.
Stephen Lynch is a New York guy who's established himself as a highly-successful musical comedy performer for the past 12 years. But while most would pin him as a comedian, Stephen identifies as a songwriter-- a clever and hilarious one at that.
Even though we're self-proclaimed addicts, Facebook can be super confusing. There's that whole copyrighting thing, for one. Turkeys can be voted for pardoning and a cat petition can get liked 120,000 times. It's a weird, weird world. Recently, one guy decided to take advantage of the social media site's strangeness by playing an awesome prank on fellow users.
Doctors are some of the creepiest dudes around. We know they do all this good crap for people, but think about it-- does the good ol' doc really need to be touching our junk for that long during a prostate exam? Is he genuinely worried about that slight pain we've been feeling in our butt? Unfortunately, there are very few times a doctor's weird antics are questioned. That is, until now.
If there's one thing that sucks about sports, it's lockouts. Lockouts mean no games on TV, no dude time, and a greater chance we'll have to spend time with our women learning how to cook cheese fondue and make potpourri centerpieces. That's why we've been pretty annoyed about this whole NHL lockout.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's time to get into full-on turkey mode. After all, it's never too early to loosen up the ol' belt buckle to ready ourselves for Thursday's feasting. While we're getting totally hyped about eating tons of stuffing and gravy and pumpkin pie, we still feel like the holiday prep could use a little extra oomph, and that's where Turkey Day music comes in.
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