Hitler cat says, "Celebrities say the dumbest things." Don't believe this little kitty who famously bears a vague, sort of resemblence to history's greatest villain? Check out these 15 quotes where celebrities show off how little they know about history or debate.
Mike Godwin is an attorney and author who observed in 1990 that online discussions on any topic almost always result in someone calling someone else a Nazi. This is called Godwin's Law, which states: "As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches."
But Godwin's Law doesn't really account for the rich and famous. Maybe there should be a Dumb As A Blog Law that states: "The more a celebrity talks, the probability that they will make an ignorant reference to Nazis or Hitler becomes higher and higher."
Calling someone a Nazi is dumb, unless, you know, they're a Nazi.
Americans have a right to protest. That also means they have a right to do dumb things.
This photo gallery of the dumb things protesters do proves that point. I support our fellow citizens exercising their rights to free speech and peaceful assembly. But I don't support them doing it with puppets. Puppets are for teaching children how to count, not for demanding social change.
All of these protesters might have legitimate beefs — down with taxes, down with aristocrats, up with FREEDOM! But can't they make their statements without body-paint? If their beliefs are so important, can't they take a minute to re-read their signs and check for dumb misspellings?
Protesting would be more efficient if everyone involved tried to avoid these cliche, alienating and just plain dumb tactics. What do we want? Protests without drums! When do we want it? Now!
If your longest relationship is with your couch, then you’re probably boring. Is vanilla ice cream too spicy for you? You’re boring. I thought about breaking it to you gently, but…
For millions, Steve Jobs was the apple of their eye.
Throughout history, the apple has been an enduring symbol of power, knowledge and health. Human civilization just loves this shiny, crunchy fruit! Which is why Steve Jobs, and the company he created, Apple, will live on forever.
Steve Jobs lost his battle with pancreatic cancer Wednesday night at the age of 56. Then the internet exploded with tributes to the man who brought the world the personal computer, the iPod, and the iPhone. Everyone had something to say, from other tech giants, to various celebrities, and even the President of the United States. Jobs was hailed as a unique American genius on par with Thomas Edison and Henry Ford.
I'm too dumb to add anything of substance to this man's legacy. This is, after all, a blog dedicated to everything dumb. But as a fan of the world-changing products Jobs shepherded into existence, I wanted to try to put what he accomplished into some kind of context.
So here are the most important apples in history — from Eve's to Newton's to Steve's.
Finding love is hard, especially since love is so very good at hiding. But here's some advice for the lovelorn: love isn't hiding in any of these dumb places.
In order to meet that special someone, you have to go out and be social. Pull yourself off your coach, shower and wear something without sans. Here's a short list of places where you can go and try to strike up a conversation with another human being of the opposite sex: the book store, the dog park, a party.
Then there are these 10 dumb places to meet people and each is a guaranteed dead-end. Look, the bathroom is a great place to make-out with a bar trollop. It's no place to meet the future mother or father of your children.
This is a picture of a $25,000 chocolate sundae. You read that right. The only people who can afford such a treat are so rich, they surf waves of gold coins. Like Scrooge McDuck.
Anyway, these dumb foods are what's wrong with everything, everywhere.
If this gallery of photos was titled "15 dumb foods that only a regular working person can afford", then the first photo would be a brick of Top Ramen noodles. I have eaten that cheap soup all of my life — sometimes because I was broke, sometimes because I just love a bowl of hot salt water.
But this gallery is titled "15 dumb foods that only a Wall Street fat cat can afford." These super expensive foods are dumb, for sure. If you're paying hundreds of dollars for a pizza, then you're both rich and bored. Do the super-wealthy really eat that much gold?
Check out these treats with huge price tags. If you're a fat cat, then invite me over for dinner. If you're just like the rest of us… then I think we can all agree that a $4 Philly cheese steak tastes just as good as a $100 one.
1.) Shotgun shells
2.) Spam (or any kind of canned meat)
Once upon a time, only manly men wore beards. Men who needed protection from the cruel elements or mighty warriors. When you think of great bearded men, you might think of a Viking or a Lumberjack. You don't think of these 12 celebrities.
But these days, it seems, only the pretty boys are rocking facial hair. Don't believe me? Walk into any Starbucks or Apple store and count the skinny dorks with wispy wimp beards.
Check out these photos of the dumb types of beards modern metros are sporting. These beards are modeled by some of Hollywood's biggest hunks — dudes who wear make-up for a living and pretend to be other people. Yeah.
If this is one of your Facebook photos, then you should reconsider posting it on Facebook, because, you know, it's not a private photo album of you and your bros pouring booze down each others throats.
Facebook photos tell the story of your life. But is the story of your life dumb? Check out these 15 dumb kinds of photos on Facebook and what they say about you to make sure!
Now, don't take this personally. There isn't a person on Facebook who isn't guilty of one, two or all of these.
The popular social media wonderland is full of photos of people getting drunk, married, and just showing off in general. So think of this list as a public service. If your Facebook "Timeline" is nothing but you showing the world how awesome you are, chances are, your not getting that message across. Chances are, some Internet troll is silently judging your photos… right… now.
Of course, my Facebook photos are nothing but me posing in a Panda suit in my mother's basement.
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