And to think that I thought I'd sleep tonight. NOPE. Seriously, it is high time for this guy to make power moves and start contacting studios. He's got the (cursed) bones of a great story here. Bullsh*t or not, I was hooked from the get-go with this thread. Solid storytelling, with a voice (cause f**k grammar) that really shines through. Was it his mean Aunt coming back to haunt him and his cousin from the grave? The water on the floors seems to suggest that possibility. And the whole part with the shotgun's safety mode being off? I mean, come on, man.
Ladies, we've all been in a situation where a weird guy asks for digits and you just don't feel like dealing with the backlash of saying no to him. Without giving too much away, this guy got trolled HARD. We just hope that he was able to walk away from the situation and eventually laugh at it like a good sport.
Police are on the lookout for a man who has made a "special" visit to the same house in Seattle up to four times according to Seattle PI. You can probably guess what he's doing based on the blurred out segment of the image.
This serial offender has been caught on security footage looking through the window of the home after a woman who lives there reported it to the police about a month before. He's been described as a ninja because of the dark clothes and toe shoes he's wearing (the night vision camera makes his black clothing look white). One Reddit user commented on the situation to say what we were all thinking:
Hopefully, he's caught soon because as funny as the situation seems, it is definitely not okay.
With creepy eyes and a tendency to jump out and tattle on you, the Elf on the Shelf has become a beloved holiday tradition. Not everyone is comfortable with this, including a professor who warns that our children will learn to love a future with 1984-like surveillance. Jolly St. Nick is watching you.
You gotta watch out for those Starbucks lovers.
Laura Roberts, a 19-year-old customer at Starbucks in London, received a rather flirty (and cheesy) message on her coffee cup from a male barista.
The unidentified employee scratched out the hot coffee warning and left this message: "Careful you're extremely hot" with an arrow and smily face.
Calm down, lover boy!
The thing is Roberts is engaged and her mom has Facebook—both big problems. Her mom posted a photo of the cup on the Sh*t London Facebook page.
The post received tons of backlash and angry comments, but Roberts is choosing to not identify the barista.
"It's my local Starbucks and he's lovely," she told MailOnline. "He always does it."
"That day I sent a picture of the cup to my mum, because she lives quite far away and she put the picture on Facebook."
Moral of the story: Keep mom off Facebook.
This could either be really entertaining or really stupid. Probably both.
This Halloween Eve, psychic medium Chip Coffey and the reality stars of Ghost Asylum are going to try to cleanse the home in Missouri that inspired the 1971 film The Exorcist.
They are calling it Exorcism: Live!, which, despite the title, is not a musical.
Jodi Tovay, senior manager of development and production at Discovery Communications, sat down with People to give her thoughts on the upcoming show.
"This is the most dangerous night in television. When you're dealing with the spirit world, there are actual physical risks involved," she warns.
"It is not a hoax. This is a real story that happened and we are telling it. We want you to watch our show and prove us wrong. I dare you not to be scared."
Well, now you've convinced us! This is totally real and not a gimmick at all.
So, there's a new reigning Jeopardy champion that is getting a lot of attention. Just not all of it for his smarts.
Uproxx introduces him as such:
Meet Matt Jackson, a 23-year-old paralegal from Washington, D.C. who is currently crushing the competition in a nine-day winning streak on Jeopardy, and likely not going anywhere anytime soon. In a profile posted to Jeopardy's website this week, Jackson says he was encouraged to try out for the show by his friend Sam Spaulding, who finished second place in the 2010 College Championship, winning $50,000.
But there's way more to it.
People are really drawn to the very creepy smile he uses during the introduction sequence.
It's kind of wonderful.
Look at it!
The Soup thinks it's really funny as well.
And on top of that, his signature celebration move is also a thing of beauty.
Here's Jeopardy's video, letting you know the man behind the smile.