By CRACKED Readers Published: April 23rd, 2014 We here at Cracked love our Easter eggs. That's why we find it totally awesome to learn that there are Easter eggs hiding all around us in real life. We asked you to bring us some of those Easter eggs that we never noticed, and gave $200 to the winne
By C. Coville Published: April 23rd, 2014 Sales of urban fantasy, erotica, and romance books are growing faster than the engorged manhood of a vampire whose lack of blood circulation has mysteriously not left him impotent. Maybe this is because society has become more accepting of sexuality
Stop worrying, Brian Williams and Jimmy Fallon: Rapper Snoop Dogg is laaaaaid back about your Monday-night take on his 1996 Grammy-nominated hit, "Gin and Juice.
With the Toronto Raptors playing a critical Game 2 versus the Brooklyn Nets, Raptors global brand ambassador Drake was spotted sitting courtside, making sure his pants were lint-free. Jay Z can certainly use this as fodder when he fires back at Drake for his weird during Game 1. Read more news on BleacherReport.com
The words "spring cleaning" may conjure images of sparkling kitchen counters and dust-free closets, but there's another part of your life that could use a clean sweep too, according to experts in emergency preparedness.
Runner falls just short of the finish. Four others pick him up and carry him. I’m literally in tears pic.twitter.com/vb9cjxG6pQ — Wesley Lowery (@WesleyLowery) April 21, 2014 It was a sadly common sight on Boylston Street during Monday’s Boston Marathon.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s fierce defense of the affirmative action efforts like the ones that helped move her from a Bronx housing project to the upper echelons of American law found renewed voice Tuesday in an impassioned dissent that accused colleagues of trying to “wish away” racial inequality — and drew a tart response from Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr.
Brooklyn Nets fan and graphic designer Cliff Knueppel created this meme teasing the Toronto Raptors and their team ambassador, Drake. Knueppel puts his own spin on the lyrics from the rapper's hit track “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” [, h/t ]Read more news on BleacherReport.com