The long awaited Deadpool has finally been released and who better to review it than the internet's favorite grandmother, Betty White. Sure, it's already gotten a 'certified fresh' rating from Rotten Tomatoes but what does she think of it?
Betty White loves it, she gave it four Golden Girls... FOUR! And to parents petitioning for a PG-13 version of Deadpool well, don't bother, she says it's fun for the whole family. And we're not taking that out of context at all...
A Brooklyn filmmaker erased Bill Cosby entirely from the Cosby show. His family looks pretty happy without him, actually. His removal leaves a TV show with a camera man who's kind of unfocused about a little girl who talks to her imaginary friend. Or is he a real household ghost? You decide!
Ghost or no, at least Cosby minus Cosby is a lot more cheerful than Garfield minus Garfield.
Possibly because Garfield doesn't have any pending sexual assault charges...
These Disney Princesses are singing in the languages their stories originated in, not the actual princesses' native language. So, unfortunately, if you were hoping to see Ariel belt out a bunch of bubbles you will be disappointed.
There's also a second video covering some of the princesses the first video missed:
With nine lives and cat-like reflexes, this suited up kitty is ready to be a super anti-hero. Fortunately for this cat, his face is much cuter than the real Deadpool's so he doesn't always have to wear that mask.
Hayden Godfrey of Smithfield, Utah spent $450 this Valentines day to buy 900 carnations, one for each girl in his school. He really believes that on Valentine's Day, every lady deserves a flower. This year he made sure no one felt excluded. He told Mashable , "If it was up to me, Valentine's wouldn't be a day about couples, but a day about loving your fellow human beings."
His Facebook post with pictures of the flowers has been getting a lot of thank you messages and he clearly brightened a lot of people's day.
FINALLY, you might be able to grab some organic kale and get a tattoo of it right there at the store. It's such a pain to have to carry it all the way to a separate tattoo parlor.
According to USA Today, Whole Foods is launching a "Millennial-focused" branch of stores called Whole Foods 365. The plan is to attract a younger crowd by lowering prices and inviting other businesses into the stores to offer more than just groceries.
What kind of other services will they have? Maybe a bicycle repair shop, a record shop, a craft brewery or even a tattoo parlor. These are merely some of the stereotypical "Millennial" things they have suggested or implied on the website asking established and start-up independent businesses to partner with Whole Foods.
The stores begin opening in May with plans to open 10 by October 2017.