Man photobombs live TV interview with spectacular Dr. Evil impression

Man photobombs live TV interview with spectacular Dr. Evil impression

Everyone appreciates a well-timed photobomb. Whether it’s a smiling horse, a shirtless Justin Trudeau, or even her Majesty the Queen, photobombs are the highest, purest form of internet currency. SEE ALSO: David Beckham Photobombs Londoners for Adidas Take the man below, for instance. During an interview between Pierre McGuire and Mike Sullivan at Thursday’s Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals game, he found himself centre of the frame. Rather than quietly ignoring the camera or edging out of shot, though, he decided to do this: The guy in the first row…

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#EdBallsDay: The greatest internet holiday you’re not celebrating

#EdBallsDay: The greatest internet holiday you’re not celebrating

If you’ve ever seen the hashtag #EdBallsDay trending, you may be wondering what it all means. SEE ALSO: 23 times British tweets ruled Twitter Who is this famous man, you may be asking, and what exactly did he do to get an entire day named after him? Well, let’s start with the basics. Who is Ed Balls? Here’s a picture of Ed Balls pointing at something. Image: Richard Young/REX/Shutterstock Pretty much everyone in Britain will recognise the name Ed Balls, but if you’re based elsewhere you may not have heard…

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17 glorious GIFs to help you celebrate #EdBallsDay in style

17 glorious GIFs to help you celebrate #EdBallsDay in style

It’s 28 April, folks, and that can only mean one thing: it’s officially time to celebrate Britain’s favourite Twitter holiday. #EdBallsDay — the anniversary of the day in 2011 when former Labour MP Ed Balls tweeted his own name — has been a long-standing tradition since 2013. SEE ALSO: ‘Happy Ed Balls Day’: Brits are celebrating the nation’s favourite Twitter fail This year, though, the opportunities for sweet, sweet GIF-based enjoyed are at a new peak — all thanks to Balls’ 2016 appearance on popular BBC dance show Strictly Come…

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Mom and son end up on the kiss cam, and things got awkward

Mom and son end up on the kiss cam, and things got awkward

The kiss cam has become a staple at sporting events. But sometimes, things don’t always go as planned. For those unfamiliar, the kiss cam is pretty simple. The camera pans onto an unsuspecting couple in the crowd, which is then projected onto jumbotrons in the center of the stadium. The couple is then urged to kiss for the crowd, which is cute when they’re actually a couple. When they aren’t, it gets real weird, real quick. The kiss cam took an unexpected turn during the Milwaukee Bucks‏ game on Thursday…

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Aliens destroyed life on Mars, now Trump’s poised to do the same to Earth, in this week’s tabloids

Aliens destroyed life on Mars, now Trump’s poised to do the same to Earth, in this week’s tabloids

It’s good to see this week’s tabloids getting back to the really important news. “Aliens Nuked All Life Off Of Mars!” proclaims the ‘National Examiner,’ which also brings us the more earth-bound revelation that disgraced President Richard Nixon, while happy to meet with Elvis Presley, “ordered hits on Hendrix, Joplin and Morrison.” It’s important news like this that distracts us from the ‘National Enquirer’ cover this week, which with characteristic restraint screams: “World War 3 Is Coming!” But fear not – the ‘Enquirer’ brings us a “step-by-step” guide to “How…

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