Tattoo regrets, there've been a few, but perhaps none more distressing than Kat Von D's kind of creepy tattoo of ex-fiancé Jesse James. Only two days after the pair announced their split after a six-month engagement, footage appeared on Kat's show "LA Ink" of the 29-year-old babe getting a school photo of a 10-year-old James in and below her underarm.
So now if she wants to avoid the sour memory of the breakup, she's going to have to keep her arms down at all times or have a painful removal of ink from her armpit. Quite a dilemma, especially when you consider that she probably uses an antiperspirant.
Quite a trail of tears James has left behind in only a year-plus, splitting with Sandra Bullock, Michelle "Bombshell" McGee and now Kat Von D. He should take a cue from Hugh Hefner, up the ante next time, date and then break up with twin sisters after they get his toddler pictures on their a** cheeks. Things did get worse for Von D when she was set to appear on Good Day LA and the producers aired this clip of Kat showing James her tattoo. She stormed off the set and wrote an emotional post on Facebook later on. Awwww.
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The Smurfs are cute and funny but they're also quite troubled. The names that identify each miniature blue creature aren't merely names picked out by parents, rather they're adjectives that for many of them indicate mental illnesses of varying severity. If you see "The Smurfs" this weekend (or some old cartoons) you may have a hard time noticing anything but their various afflictions--nine of them are depicted below in a handy infographic (reference intended).
If there were a Psychiatrist Smurf, he would have made a killing. But in his absence, we reviewed the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders and now present you the diagnoses for Grouchy Smurf, Jokey Smurf and more.
Illustration by Chris Marano
Paul Rodriguez and Terry Kennedy couldn't have come from more different worlds. Rodriguez is the son of Paul Rodriguez Sr., a comedian and actor who you probably know better as "that guy." Kennedy comes from the other side of the tracks, where he started skating at 14 to stay away from drugs and violence. And yet, they've both helped change the game in their own ways. But it's their ability to inspire kids of different races from all over the country to grab a deck and spend months learning to ollie that's truly remarkable. And that's the power of skateboarding.
For more watch "The DUB Magazine Project" Sundays, at 1p/12c on MTV2.
Back when Kimbo Slice was tearing up the internet street-fighting circuit in Dade County in the early 2000s, there was a kid named Bobby Green doing the same thing in California as a teenager who enjoyed a good fight. Prior to kicking ass as an MMA fighter and earning his stripes as the King of the Cage junior welterweight and lightweight champion, the 24-year-old was handing fools beat-downs as a backyard fighter.
"We would fight in backyard empty pools and guys were getting slammed on hard cement. There would be boulders, glass and dog s*** all over the floor," Green reflects. "I would just take off my socks and put them on my hands for protection. I would fight the biggest guys. Nobody my size wanted to fight me because they knew I was tough from school, so I'd have to pick the biggest guy to fight."
His unsanctioned throw-downs were fun, but dangerous. Not to mention that they didn't pay a whole lot of money. So the former high school wrestler began to seek out other career options after graduation to take care of his yet-to-be-born son. He took a job in a warehouse, but just knew that he needed to be kicking someone's ass for a living rather than stacking boxes. That's when MMA came calling. Read More...
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There's no better excuse than summer to have a 64-babe, single-elimination bikini bracket. We'll be rolling out the matchups for the entire month of July (and into August).
Last call to determine the Final Four contestants. It's your probably second to last chance to judge a bikini contest this summer.
Voting began on both Final Four matchups yesterday, and will continue until Sunday, July 31 at 10 p.m. ET. Click here to pull up the Final Four matchups to vote on any you may have missed or simply to review your selections. The current scores on those contests are after the jump.
UPDATE: Voting has now closed for this round. Vote in the current match-ups here.
With all of his sneaking around at night and identity hiding, Banksy is a tough dude to keep track of. How's a fan supposed to keep up every with far-flung piece he throws up in the middle of the night? With a Banksy iPhone app, that's how! Banksy Locations is a new iPhone app that maps every work by the hoodie-wearing street artist. It also provides instructions on how to sneak past attack dogs to see them. For those who prefer to see street art in photo and video form, the app also has a digital museum of all of Banksy's works that you can thumb through while you're in the bath. And if any a-holes try to call you lazy for not going to see the pieces in person, tell them you're honoring Banksy by keeping your appearance a mystery.
This week's "So You Think You Can Dance" was a cornucopia of all things sexy dancing. Booty popping? Check. Women flying through the air in slow motion? Done. Throw in some tight tops and the art of dance seduction, and it was pretty much a perfect show. A tip of the cap to the producers who have found a foolproof formula for making chick shows totally watchable.
Remember "Tales from the Crypt," the adult version of "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" that you could catch on HBO if your parents were irresponsible enough? It's coming back. A new version of the show is currently in development and while details are scarce, there's one thing that we do know: the crypt keeper will be involved.
We'd like to make a humble suggestion about said keeper of the crypts--make him human. Sure, that creepy puppet from the original was a thing of nightmares, but there's one thing scarier than a fake zombie wearing a tux, and that's a real one. So we're putting on our casting director's cap to suggest six people who could play the crypt keeper without even wearing makeup. We are still in a recession after all. Read More...
Perhaps you've already heard about "Sushi Girl." It's just a a tiny little "Grindhouse"-style revenge flick, featuring Tony Todd (Candyman!), Danny Trejo ("Machete!!) and Mark Hamill (Luke Skywalker!!!). The plot is basically this: A bunch of badass dudes eat sushi off a naked chick and then probably start shooting at each other. Awesome, right? Wanna know what's even more awesome? Hanging out in a hotel room with the naked Sushi Girl herself, Cortney Palm.
Granted, the 24-year-old was not naked at the time, but plenty was still revealed during our time together. For example, we now know that Palm has no problem being naked (despite the very constricting outfit she wore to our interview). Read More...
Sometimes GIFs are so bizarre, so creepy, so surreal, that it's a good idea to only watch them once. Because after too many viewings of certain GIFs, the walls of reality start to break down "Inception"-style and you start to question whether or not this is in fact real life. But there's obviously a problem with that. GIFs are inherently on a loop. To watch a GIF only once would take some impressive dexterity with the command W shortcut (Mac users, baby!). But the way we see it, that's your problem. We're presenting you with these GIFs you should watch only once because it's an important public service. How you're actually going to go about watching them only once is something for you to figure out. Read More...