Man, she sounds like a real pleasant human being to be around. Seriously though, what compels these liars to go about their dishonest antics, and think that other folks might not call them out for their lies? Leaving a negative review that's totally made up is just next level, as well.
If you aren't familiar with these cats, here's what you need to know: Larry is the Mouser in Chief at the Prime Minister's residence in the U.K. and Palmerston is the Foreign Office cat that lives next door. The two don't seem to like each other very much and British news outlets can't help but cover all of their cat-on-cat drama.
Larry and Palmerston had their worst fight yet the other night and the MiC had to make a visit to the vet. Hopefully they'll be able to settle their political differences soon, before they both get hurt.
If you want to read more about Britain's most famous rescue cats, head over to NPR.
In a breathtaking display of infinite maturity, here's the meme-ified back and forth between musicians Iggy Azalea and Snoop Dogg - with bonus commentary from Nick Young, Azalea's boyfriend. Luckily it's not like they aired their little spat publicly online where everyone can see what they've done and make fun of them for being a bunch of petulant babies.
Oh wait. UPDATE: Snoop has publicly apologized for this and much more egregious videos he's posted calling Azalea a number of unmentionable names. The real hero of the story? Tip, the King of Atlanta, AKA T.I., who helped Snoop come around on the matter.
Who knew that Peter Venkman could pull off a convincing FDR? So suggests the trailer for Hyde Park on Hudson, a film that finds American treasure Bill Murray stepping into Franklin Roosevelt's wheelchair. Based on events that transpired during King George's visit to the States in 1939, Hyde Park reunites Murray with his Rushmore love interest, Olivia Williams, and is helmed by Notting Hill director Roger Michell -- so expect a lot of subtle humor about the differences between Americans and Brits. Hyde Park on Hudson opens December 7.