A blog completely dedicated to nutters on Facebook who don’t realize The Onion is satirical? Â Yes pleez. Â Literally Unbelievable
Rock Climbing. On SpeedÂ Did you know there is such a thing as speed rock climbing? Hubs found a documentary on Netflix Instant Watch called To The Limit (Am Limit)Â . It’s a German film that chronicles these two brothers’ journey to speed climb Yosemite’s famed “El Capitan” peak. Â What takes a normal person 3-5 days to climb takes these guys…oh…a few hours. Â Insane. Â INSANE. IÂ practicallyÂ pooped my pants just watching these guys sit along the edge of the cliff. Â I could never do what they do.
Amazing Book Trailer ala Dareling styleÂ Tessa Dare makes the best book trailers. Â THE BEST. Â Using only what’s available in their children’s room, she pulls together spicy book trailers using Barbies, stuffed animals, and wicked awesome SHPESHAL EFFEKTS. She most recently did a trailer for Maya Banks’ new Highlander series. Â Hilarious. Â Trews, not kilts, ya’ll.
This photo made me laugh for a good fifteen minutesÂ of the day:
Anne Hathaway Addresses Critics of the Catwoman LookÂ Leaked pics & video hit the interwebz the past week from The Dark Knight Rises, and they’ve caused quite a stir. Â Hathaway took to MTV to address H8trs.Â Personally, I adored the past two Batman films by Nolan, so I trust his judgement on this one.
Top Ten Philandering English MonarchsÂ I just finished a book about a Duke marrying a courtesan, and it got me wondering how often this happened in reality, if ever. Â In the course of my
Googling research, I came across this list, which in general fascinated me. Â Some of these aren’t surprises (Charles II? Henry VIII?). Others were…informative. Â Click here to see the list
InsidiousÂ I love a good scary movie. Â I don’t necessarily spook very easily, so when I come across a movie that genuinely scares me I tend to fixate on it and lovingly adore it. Â Slasher films don’t really do it for me. Â Psychological thrillers and paranormal thrillers, or a mix of the two, are usually home runs to Sleepless Night Town for RaunchyRyan. Â I rented Insidious this week and watched it. Â When it was over, I thought it was a creepfest, and noddingly approved it. Â Fast forward several hours later, where I’m half asleep and flashing back to visions of those damn ghosts & demons, and…damn it if that movie effing scared the bejesus out of me. Â Loved it.