This creepy clown was popping up all over Norwich, UK around Halloween. Due to the ominous poster cropping up in places where it could stare at children and give them nightmares, it was banned.
There are some who think the censorship is ridiculous but parents and people who hate clowns were happy to see it go.
Here's a preview of next year's poster:
Nazi and Imperial Japanese symbols on public train cars in 2015—no one should be offended about that, right?
Amazon has asked New York's public transit to remove an ad campaign promoting the company's new alternate history TV series The Man in the High Castle after severe backlash from the public, according to Mashable.
The campaign, meant to show what a train car would look like if the United States lost WWII, used Nazi emblems and Japanese Imperial imagery on seats.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has called the ads offensive.
"While these ads technically may be within MTA guidelines, they're irresponsible and offensive to World War II and Holocaust survivors, their families, and countless other New Yorkers," he said in a statement.
"Amazon should take them down."
There is some serious thirst for Arnold, and it isn't coming all from Helga Pataki this time.
Lane Toran voiced the main character Arnold on Nickelodeon classic Hey Arnold during the first season. Now, he's a model and actor living in Los Angeles.
And the Internet has discovered he's a very, very good looking bearded man.
Here's Toran doing his thang on the very first episode of Hey Arnold!, which debuted on October 7, 1996.
And here's what he looks like now...
Move it, Football Head! Right into our hearts.
Stay-at-home mom Candice Pugh wants to thank you for being a friend.
She'd also like you to buy these fantastic Golden Girls-themed panties from her Etsy shop.
Sophia, Rose Dorothy or Blanche—which panties do you want to get into?
If you watch Regular Show on Cartoon Network, you're probably aware of a character that goes by the name of GBF, an acronym for Garrett Bobby Ferguson or Giant Bearded Face.
The character is a giant head with tiny arms and legs that cheats at video games and explodes when he loses.
What you might not know is that this character is based on a real-life person, and he's not happy about this portrayal.
According to Eurogamer, actual Garrett Bobby Ferguson, who holds the world record on Donkey Kong and was the first to reach 1 million points on Ms. Pacman, had his lawsuit against Cartoon Network thrown out.
Mitchell objected to this portrayal and so launched a lawsuit against Cartoon Network for damages.
But the legal challenge has now been thrown out by New Jersey Federal District Judge Anne Thompson.
"The television character does not match the plaintiff in appearance," Thompson ruled (via AP). "GBF appears as a non-human creature, a giant floating head with no body from outer space, while Plaintiff is a human being.
"And when GBF loses his title, the character literally explodes, unlike Plaintiff."
GBF will live to explode another day.
Jeopardy has had its fair share of strange and interesting contestants this year.
But none has brought forth the wrath of the Internet like Laura Ashby and her interesting vocal fry.
Really, the Internet kind of hates her...a lot.
But at least she has a sense of humor about it. She's won over $36,802, and is still going strong.
Haterz gonna hate.