That song you're singing—it doesn't mean what you think it means.
Pretty much every 90's kid has heard 'Macarena.' The song was played at schools, backyard BBQs and even churches. But that just goes to show you that our parents were blissfully unaware of what the lyrics were actually speaking about.
Infidelity, threesomes—'Macarena' has it all.
Watch the video above and learn the true meaning of the lyrics. And prepare your childhood memories to be tainted forever.
The Kentucky clerk defiant in her opposition to marry same-sex couples has been jailed for contempt of court.
Kim Davis was taken into federal custody today after a hearing with Judge David L. Bunning, another legal defeat for the clerk who has said issuing same-sex marriage licenses violates her religious convictions.
"The court cannot condone the willful disobedience of its lawfully issued order," the judge said. "If you give people the opportunity to choose which orders they follow, that's what potentially causes problems."
The judge said Davis would be released once she follows his original order to issue marriage licenses.
Until then—we hear that Orange is the New Black, Kim.
"Under God's authority," is the reason Kentucky clerk Kim Davis continued to refuse to issue any marriage licenses today.
Hours after the Supreme Court refused to intervene on her behalf, Davis met with one gay couple and told them she would still not issue marriage licenses because of her religious convictions.
The clerk has not issued any marriage licenses since the marriage equality Supreme Court ruling in June. And her battle through the courts has drawn a national audience.
"I've asked you all to leave. You are interrupting my business," Davis is heard saying before walking back into her office.
After the blood-boiling encounter, lawyers for the same-sex couple who originally sued Davis filed a motion
to find her in contempt of court. The motions seeks fines and not jail time.
Just a reminder: Kim Davis has been married four times. Just let that sink in.
In another twist and turn of the #DeflatgeGate saga, Tom Brady's 4-game suspension has been lifted by a court.
Judge Richard M. Berman nullified the NFL's suspension in a 40-page decision, which basically stated that the league didn't do anything right in investigating accusations the New England Patriots deflated footballs during the Super Bowl.
Deadspin summed up the decision in these three points:
The NFL is expected to appeal, which could reinstate Brady's suspension. But the Internet still had a lot of feeling about today's decision...
Fox News host Harris Faulkner has a rodent problem. And she wants $5 million
because of it.
In a lawsuit filed Monday in U.S. District Court in New Jersey, Faulkner is suing Hasbro because she says a "Little Toy Shop" hamster shares her name and likeness. The toy is also deemed a choking hazard, the suit says, which causes Faulkner distress for being associated with "harming small children."
She calls out "complexion, the shape of its eyes, and the design of its eye makeup" as evidence that the company stole her identity.
To be fair, the hamster does share the same name. But as far as looks go, you can decided that for yourself.
If you want to own your own little piece of Fox News history, Ebay
has an original Harris Faulkner for $40.52.