British twins Carla and Melissa Howe gave their best shot at preparing a Thanksgiving turkey as only Playboy playmates could. It's a hilarious holiday Howe-to, if you will. This is not your basic instructional kitchen video. These fine ladies — clad in aprons so things don't get too messy, obviously — have a unique recipe that you might not want to try at home. But you'll likely want to watch this more than once. Unorthodox? Yes. Highly entertaining? Absolutely. View Now
Last year a 23-year-old bouncer named Jamie Young was asked to help with organizing an event for charity. He thought of a stunt to grab the attention of people in a hurry. His idea? Young posted on Facebook that if he raised £1,000 (about $1,065 U.S.) during the second annual Skyfest festival — held in Leigh, manchester, England — for charity, he would get a tattoo on his lower back that reads "I Love Justin Bieber." The bouncer managed to raise £1,200 ($1,278 U.S.) for the Make Some Noise charity. View Now
Hey, it's a bunch of celebs! Hey, it's a bunch of celebs eating food. Hey, it's a bunch of celebs eating food in movies while Weird Al Yankovic's "Eat It" plays. View Now
Stephen Colbert is weighing in on the Starbucks red cup controversy. The coffee giant has recently come under fire for doing away with Christmas-like designs and keeping it simple with a plain red cup. Well, The Late Show host recently unveiled his merrier answer to the cup controversy while taking a few jabs at evangelist Joshua Feuerstein in the process. View Now
People are ditching the kale and trading it in for charcoal. That’s right. The nearly black material typically reserved for summer BBQs is becoming the latest beauty and cleansing fad and some celebrities—like Gwyneth Paltrow—are swearing by it.
Of course, Cosmopolitan had to see what the fuss was about with an experiment of their own. Five staffers volunteered (or were forced) to try out the “activated charcoal” drinks and the results are pretty surprising. View Now
Julia Roberts recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and was introduced to nine other women named Julia Roberts. In a segment dubbed Julia-Palooza, the Pretty Woman star admitted that she was a bit skeptical about the experience. Yet, in the end, Roberts was delighted to find out how the name “Julia Roberts” has affected the women’s lives. Some perks? Good reservations, awesome nicknames and a whole lotta disappointed employees. View Now
In today's WTF moment, referee Anthony Cannella stopped the game between Toledo and Central Michigan because the Central Michigan band and cheerleaders were being too loud in the third quarter. Wait . . . what? It is unclear if Cannella is a former librarian. View Now
A huge sinkhole swallowed 15 cars outside of a Meridian, Mississippi IHOP. Jason Hartwig used his drone to capture the damage from the sinkhole, which is believed to have been caused by a ruptured water pipeline. No one was injured. View Now
WARNING: The language is of the adult caliber.
After a simple post on his Instagram letting his 6.5 million followers know he was giving away money at his office... View Now
Sure, Yeol the owl from Moscow, Russia, has wings, but why fly when you can just take the bus? Rumor has it Yeol is just waiting until he's owl enough to get his driver's license. View Now
Here's something you won't see every day. Jimmy Fallon and Meghan Trainor joined Alanis Morissette to sing the latter's hit song "Ironic" — as a group called The Jagged Little Chicks. Yes, that's a play on Morissette's Jagged Little Pill anniversary. They are chickens, clucking "Ironic." Isn't that ironic? View Now
In recent years Kylie Jenner has transformed into a fashion icon. The youngest member of the Kardashian-Jenner clan is known for her dynamic style, outgoing outfits and ever-changing hair color. So when BuzzFeed told three unsuspecting girls that they were getting a glamorous Kylie-inspired makeover they were super stoked. But, there was a catch that left the trio completely stunned during the big reveal. View Now
Don't show this to your kids! We don't want to be responsible for giving anyone nightmares, either. Artist Dan LuVisi re-images some of our most loved pop culture characters as broken down, dirty adults with bad habits and worse hygiene. Check out these incredible images of everyone from Mickey and Minney to the gang from the street - Sesame Street, that is. View Now
When your drone is attacked by a swarm of bees, it might be time to pack it up and go home. View Now
IKEA will be opening a store in Cheras, Malaysia on Nov. 19. To promote the opening, they've made this silly and oh-so-catchy video. Get Cheras to Cheras. It makes sense once you listen. View Now
Andrew Hales and his buddy had a layover at the airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and rather than taking a snooze at 4 a.m., they just decided to mess with people. This includes playing ignorant with service vendors, sitting awkwardly close to people, staring at people eating, asking about boobs. You know — typical conversation starters. View Now
While he's not playing an office bonehead in "Workaholics" or as Anne Hathaway's husband in movies and stuff, Anders Holm (aka Ders) is making sick new music videos. That's right, he stars in this video for "Giorgio" by Perfecto, a collaborative project with Chicago rapper Serengeti, Sufjan Stevens, Son Lux and DJ Rafal. View Now
What better way to follow-up getting pepper sprayed at the bar than by running into a nearby store, stealing a gallon of milk, and pouring it into your eyes? In Fort Meyers they call this, "Tuesday Night." View Now
Who knew this Wookiee was so political? Chewbacca — well, someone in a Chewie suit, at least — was arrested Sunday by Ukrainian police at a polling station and fined the equivalent of $8 for violating local election laws. Chewie was supporting Darth Vader, a candidate for mayor.
A small "water tornado," or waterspout, off the coast of Spain formed Friday, intriguing onlookers in the Playa del Inglés area.
Spain's meteorological agency AEMET put the region on amber alert, and all schools were closed Friday.
As for the men who appear to have no pants on while on the beach . . . some things in life are best left unknown.
Here’s a dating tip: if your friends don’t like your new significant other chances are it’s not going to work out. A recent Elite Daily sketch highlighted the importance of meeting people for the first time, and why it’s so important to not botch it. First impressions really are everything — so try not to ask about their STDs or monthly rent, k? View Now
A French couple has spent over $300K between them in plastic surgeries with the goal of looking exactly like Barbie and Ken. Yep. You read that right. Anastasia Reskoss and Quentin Dehar are solidifying the love they say they've had for the famous couple by literally becoming them. Well, sort of. View Now
Look, before you say anything, we're not advocating conspiracy theories or anything like that. But the dramatic similarities between Back to the Future and the tragic events of 9/11 are fascinating, if not wildly coincidental, when they are presented in this manner. Your mind will be blown. Don't bother watching after the 8-minute mark, though. It gets really, really weird after that. View Now
In the first Back to the Future, Marty slays on a ES-345 Gibson guitar, rocking out to "Johnny B. Goode." In Back to the Future II, Marty goes back (again) to see himself on stage. The performance was awesome, but there was one problem. As Guitar World points out, this scene takes place in 1955, but this guitar wasn't introduced in reality until 1958. View Now
There's not much to this. It's just Jerry Seinfeld going nuts for his beloved Mets. But his clapping style is memorizing!
WARNING: These cats have potty mouths. Wouldn't life be so much more entertaining if cats could talk? Or if they had human mouths to talk with? Meow! View Now
There may be no man thirstier than this fella, who inhales three water bottles in just a few seconds. That's 48 ounces — more than a third of a gallon — of water! View Now