Posts tagged "Justin Bieber"

Who'd win a Celebrity Fistfist: Teen Hunks Edition

Who'd win a Celebrity Fistfist: Teen Hunks Edition
The rules for Teen Hunks fistfights are the same as for my steroid-using baseball player fights that you probably didn’t see or vote on: no weapons, no help from anyone else, just a plain old fistfight. Also, since the hunks are from different eras, they should be judged based on how they’d fight at the... Read more »

Wanna be Original on Social Media? Avoid Beating These Celebrity Dead Horses.

Dead Horse: Amanda Bynes <br><br> How she is Beaten: "Amanda Bynes is easily the most fu&%ed up bi%&h in Hollywood and that's saying something! Is she even still alive? Oh she is? How about now?....Ok what about now?" <br><br> Imagine you and your friend are hanging out and he tells you a joke about a mentally ill woman with a debilitating drug addiction who then made unwise fashion decisions and said unintelligent things on Twitter. After hearing that joke do you envision yourself laughing uproariously and patting your friend on the back and saying, "Where do you get these amazing jokes??!!" <br><br> When it happened to a celebrity in real life, millions of people tweeted about its hilarity.
I’m tired of seeing the same celebrity whipping boys/girls get berated for the same tired reasons. If you’re gonna berate someone (and you should) at least be un-stupid enough to observe these rules: 1) Don’t make fun of a drug addiction, 2) Prior to their stupidity, was there a reasonable expectation of intelligence/maturity from the... Read more »

6 More Offenses Justin Bieber Committed in the Blackhawks Locker Room

6 More Offenses Justin Bieber Committed in the Blackhawks Locker Room
Before I’m assailed by Blackhawks fans, I’ll get this out of the way early: You are a bigger Blackhawks fans than I am, and I’m just a bandwagon Chicago import. However, I’m also a levelheaded guy. Recently Justin Bieber came under white-hot scrutiny from Chicago Blackhawks enthusiasts for stepping on the ground. Sure that ground... Read more »
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Justin Bieber's History With Violence

Justin Bieber's History With Violence
On Sunday May 27th Justin Bieber punched a paparazzo in the jaw, hospitalizing the wussy man. Could we have seen this coming? Let’s check out Justin’s history with violence and see if we can pinpoint a few warning signs of malice- like did he just hang out with Mike Tyson right beforehand or something?   1.... Read more »

Kim Kardashian's Future Husband Pool

Kim Kardashian's Future Husband Pool
Straight  up- I lifted this idea from Grantland.com. I thought the idea was brilliant, yet poorly executed by the contributors. In other words, I wished I had thought of that and I think I can do better. Here’s my attempt. The best possible outcome for the Kardashians from here is that they wind up like the... Read more »

Six Terrible Pop Songs You Secretly Enjoy

You knew this was coming. You know what? It's not that terrible. Rick Roll that.
I finally listened to Rebecca Black’s Friday. Here’s how it happened: a friend in a Google email group sent the link to a bunch of us, telling us how terrible it was, and I turned it on, saw the 32 million views, listened until she started singing, and then said, “Holy crap, this IS terrible!”... Read more »
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In honor of Nate Dogg: Six Great Hip-Hop Features

This one just missed the cut for a few reasons, the main one being I wanted a list of pure hip-hop features -- rappers rapping with rappers. It's too easy to stand out on an R&amp;B track as the song's lone MC. Also, I'm too old for this song. Were I 13 right now, forget about it. This song would have undoubtedly been introducing some kids at Haven (and many, many more at Wilmette) to Ludacris, whose involvement in this project impress on two levels. It is a spectacular business move for Ludacris, who gets however much money + the exposure (including nearly 500 million Youtube views). Secondly, it's an impressive showing of artistry, as Ludacris delivers all the usual Ludacris goods (speed, humor, tempo, hard syllables) while also giving a verse that is totally on target with the song. At 33, he dips back 20 years and paints the outlook of a 13-year-old in love. The epitome of the best-case scenario collaboration.
Today’s Six Songs for a Wednesday honors Nate Dogg, who passed away yesterday at the age of 41. Nate released three solo albums during his career, but is best known for his featured appearances, songs of other artists for which the Long Beach native provided his trademark silky-gruff vocals. The extensive list of songs with... Read more »

TOP 25 SPORTS/POP CULTURE LOOK-ALIKES

Here at Lists That Actually Matter we know this concept has been done before and we know that you thought it sucked.  We too wish ESPN’s Page 2 was funny.  We also wish Jeff Garcia would stop calling us and demanding he looks like Debra Messing from season 2 of Will & Grace.  Anyway, this... Read more »