Pornhub Turns 15 Years Old Today – LINK
1 in 4 delivery drivers admit to hooking up in their trucks, survey finds – LINK
It Takes 219 Hours to Become Best Friends with Someone – LINK
Researchers suggest doctors should start prescribing vibrators to women – LINK
One in Four People Who Met Someone at a Wedding Ended Up Dating Them – LINK
Miller Lite Invented a Beer-Infused Charcoal Called “Beercoal” – LINK
Courtesy Diner to close South Kingshighway restaurant indefinitely – LINK
The Most Ordered Food on DoorDash in 2022 Is . . . French Fries? – LINK
Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has voluntarily checked himself into rehab after a recent relapse. Aerosmith has canceled its first set of Las Vegas residency dates. The group released a statement Tuesday on social media: “As many of you know, our beloved brother Steven has worked hard on his sobriety for many years. After foot surgery to prepare for the stage and the necessity of pain management during the process, he has recently relapsed and voluntarily entered a treatment program to concentrate on his health and recovery.” After thanking their fans for “understanding,” the band offered refund information. Aerosmith was set to resume their Deuces Are Wild Las Vegas residency at Dolby Live on June 17. The residency will now begin on Sept. 14 and is scheduled to run through Dec. 11.
There are several contenders for the most iconic food featured on Seinfeld, from the big salad to the chocolate babka. But when it comes to which consumable good received the most airtime during the sitcom’s nine-season run, coffee is #1. Now, you can pretend your home is Monk’s Café with this limited-edition Seinfeld coffee collection curated by the subscription service Bean Box. The collection features four 1.8-ounce bags of ground or whole beans from independent roasters, and each blend takes its name from a different Seinfeld character. Jerry’s Diner Blend is a Brazilian coffee. Kramer’s Giddy Up wakes you up with a tropical fruit-infused Ethiopian coffee blend. Coffee drinkers who prefer a “dark and toasty” taste will love George’s Serenity Now, and connoisseurs who want a bit of cinnamon in the morning will enjoy Elaine’s Little Kicks. The $28 Seinfeld Coffee Collection is available for preorder from Bean Box’s website (LINK).
As part of a “loving donation” made by the Cynthia “Plaster Caster” Albritton, a mold of Jimi Hendrix’s penis is going to go on display in Iceland’s Phallological Museum. Cynthia, who died at 74 in 2021, was known for casting the private parts rockstars. Hendrix’s casted junk will be on display with over 200 penises and penile parts that belong to almost every animal native to Iceland. Hendrix’s “unveiling” takes place in June.
DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince enjoyed success when Hip-Hop was rough, rugged, and raw. In Will Smith’s conversation on David Letterman’s Netflix show, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, Big Willie talked about his squeaky clean rap lyrics and why he kept things G-rated. Smith told Letterman, “That was really our major distinguishing quality at the time. It was comedy, it was punchlines, it was fun. We stood out in a really good way. We sort of had our own lane.” Will said his grandmother found a book of his raps when he was a kid. Some of the lyrics had cuss words. She wrote him a note in the book that said, “Dear Will, truly intelligent people do not have to use words like these to express themselves. Please show the world that you’re as smart as we think you are. Love, Gigi.” Will added, “That was the reason I never cursed in any of my records.” Although he never felt any pressure to start spitting more intense rhymes, Smith said, “Not pressure as much as it was always that I was soft. I hated that, being called soft.”
In a now-deleted Instagram post, Courtney Love wrote that Johnny Depp saved her life by giving her CPR following an overdose back in the 90s. Love wrote, “I don’t really wanna make judgments publicly, but I just want to tell you that Johnny gave me CPR in 1995 when I overdosed outside the Viper Room.” She later posted again that she wasn’t trying to stir up trouble with her deleted post, adding “The only important takeaway, of what was posted, is that I expressed that we should all stop having ‘fun with another’s down fall’ & show sincere empathy for both parties.”
Billie Eilish is opening up about what it’s like to live with Tourette’s syndrome in an interview with David Letterman for his Netflix series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction.The singer was diagnosed at the age of 11. David asked Billie if she’d be okay discussing her experience with the syndrome and she said, “It’s really weird, I haven’t talked about it at all. The most common way that people react is they laugh because they think I’m trying to be funny,” she said. “And I’m always left incredibly offended by that.” All six episodes of My Next Guest Needs No Introduction season 4 premiered exclusively on Netflix on Friday, May 20. Along with Billie, the show features Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Cardi B, Kevin Durant, Ryan Reynolds, and, as we mentioned before Will Smith. No Oscar slap talk. The sit-down with Will was filmed prior to the Oscars.
Video surfaced earlier this week of a former NFL player named BRENDAN LANGLEY trading punches with a United Airlines worker at the Newark Airport. Langley whooped the guy pretty good, and was arrested. But the employee was FIRED . . . because it appears he may have been the aggressor. Well, there’s a comment going around that’s supposedly from ALEC BALDWIN, and if it’s real, it took some serious grapefruits for him to post it . . . because it includes a mini-lecture on WORKPLACE SAFETY. It says, quote, “The guy working at the airport is the victim. He came to work to do a job. The other guy, with his big mouth, is guilty of workplace abuse, where people come to work with an expectation of safety, even civility. This [A-hole] who hit this guy should be put on a no-fly list.”
KHLOE KARDASHIAN says she’s ONLY had a nose job and is offended by those who think otherwise. Like when she heard rumors that she’s had 12 face transplants. During an appearance on the “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast, she said, quote, “I want everyone to know [about the nose job] . . . I don’t care to lie about it. But the transplant thing, that sounds amazing later in life, but now, I’m good.” Khloe also said that plastic surgery rumors don’t get under her skin as much as the constant comparisons to her younger self or to her sisters. Or that one OLD rumor that O.J. SIMPSON is her real dad. For clarification, Khloe claims a nose job is the only SURGICAL procedure she’s had. She’s previously admitted to getting injections.
Well, there was ANOTHER school shooting yesterday. At least 19 children and two adults were killed when an 18-year-old man opened fire at an elementary school in Texas. And because of that, CBS pulled last night’s season finale of “FBI”. No, it wasn’t about a school shooting, but there was a storyline about a student possibly being involved in a deadly robbery. CBS didn’t say whether the episode will air at a later date.
SETH GREEN of “Austin Powers” fame is developing a new series called “White Horse Tavern”. Unfortunately, the show is on hold, because the lead character got KIDNAPPED. Sorta. Seth bought one of those “Bored Ape” NFTs, named Fred Simian. And he was developing the show around the animated character. But just days before Fred was supposed to make his “world debut”, someone STOLE him and three of Seth’s other NFTs in a phishing scam. At least two of them, including Fred Simian, have already been sold to new owners. Seth is trying to communicate with Fred’s new owner to work this out, but it hasn’t happened yet. If this has to go to court, it’ll be interesting. An intellectual property attorney says NFT copyright law is a “particularly thorny issue” that has only recently begun to be tested. (TRAILER)
SAMUEL L. JACKSON is joining the upcoming “Garfield” animated movie as a BRAND NEW character . . . Garfield’s dad, Vic. CHRIS PRATT was previously announced as the voice of Garfield. There’s no word who’ll voice his owner Jon Arbuckle or Odie the dog . . . if he even speaks. It’s unclear how the new character Vic will be incorporated. Maybe we will see Garfield’s origins? The release date hasn’t been announced yet.
CHANNING TATUM seems like a really cool guy. But if we believe the not-always-reliable British tabloids, that might not always be the case. Channing supposedly had some diners kicked out of a London restaurant because he thought they were taking his picture . . . even though they weren’t. A so-called “source” says, quote, “There was a group of six enjoying a meal and taking pictures of each other. Channing thought they were taking pictures of him and furiously stuck his middle finger up at them. “The next thing, the maitre d’ was telling them to leave.” No word yet from Channing’s rep. He’s in London filming the next “Magic Mike” movie.
Not only did Korn decide not to spell their band name the same way as the food, but they sometimes format the name with a backward “R,” too. Well, we’re here to teach you how to type one so that you can write KoЯn in your text messages. There are a couple of different ways to go about recreating the symbol. Firstly, you can simply copy-and-paste it from Google or another search engine, which is probably an easier method if you’ll be using it infrequently. But if it’s something you plan on using often, it’s actually a letter in the Cyrillic alphabets, which are used for Slavic languages. The letter is actually pronounced “ya.” Therefore, you can simply download a Russian keyboard to your phone in order to get the “Я.” For iPhone users, go to Settings, then General, Keyboard, Keyboards and then press “Add New Keyboard.” The Belarussian, Bulgarian (Phonetic), Russian or Ukrainian keyboards will all allow you to use the symbol.
It’s graduation time, so Taste of Country put together a list of the most played country songs in the year you got your diploma. And they didn’t cheat us, either. They started with last year, and reached all the way back to 1946 . . . for you 94-year-olds still rocking your pleated skirts and varsity jackets. Here are some highlights (LINK)
1996: “My Maria” by Brooks & Dunn
1999: “Amazed”, Lonestar
2000: “Chattahoochee”, Alan Jackson
2003: “Front Porch Looking In Lonestar
2021: “Famous Friends”, Chris Young and Kane Brown
And speaking of lists….there are many genres in music, and even MORE when you start looking into the SUB-CATEGORIES of that genre. So today, I found a list of the 100 Most Popular Rock Music Genres. I took the top 10 and want to see how many you guys can guess:
10: Acid Rock (Grateful Dead, The Doors, Pink Floyd)
9: Glam Rock (Bowie, Alice Cooper, Queen)
8: New Wave (The Police, The Cars, Culture Club)
7: Psychedelic Rock (The Doors, Cream, Hendrix)
6: Punk (The Ramones, Misfits, Black Flag)
5: Blues Rock (Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, ZZTop)
4: Progressive Rock (Rush, Supertramp, Dream Theater)
3: Heavy Metal (Metallica, Slayer, Pantera)
2: Grunge (Nirvana, STP, Soundgarden)
1: Alternative (Foo Fighters, Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins)
You can see all the genres on the blog at 1057thepoint.com/Rizz. The last on their list (which is actually 89 for some reason) is a genre called Moshcore. Artists that are classified as Moshcore is Hatebreed, Bury Your Deadm and a band called Nasty)
CELEBRITIES CELEBRATING A BIRTHDAY
WWE’s Roman Reigns is 37.
Ethan Suplee is 46. Earl’s brother Randy on “My Name is Earl”.
Comedian Jamie Kennedy is 52.
Officer Rod Farva from Super Troopers, Kevin Heffernan is 54.
Mike Myers is 59.
The man who co-wrote Back to the Future, University City’s own Bob Gale is 71.
Scorpions lead singer Klaus Meine is 74.
Puppeteer Frank Oz is 78. Miss Piggy in The Muppet Show, and Cookie Monster in Sesame Street. He then gained fame as the voice of Yoda in the Star Wars franchise. He has also directed movies such as Little Shop of Horrors.
X-Men/Lord of The Rings star, Sir Ian McKellen is 83.
Today’s birthday girl has been in 137 fine films, including:
- Barefoot Beauties
- Big Boob Bonanza
- Casting Couch Confessions 2
- Confederate Cuties 4
- Don’t Tell Mommy 1
- Heavy Handfuls 3 & 4
- Missionary Impossible
- Where The Girls Sweat 8
- And who can forget her role in 2003’s American Gunk
Felicia Fox is 48 years old
If you’re at a baseball game and a foul ball lands directly inside your cup of beer, you should do exactly what this guy at a Cincinnati Reds game did on Monday. He grabbed the cup, raised it to the crowd, and chugged the rest of the beer. Here’s the play-by-play of the action. – ACTION (video)
Jordan Hicks’ shift from former closer to budding starter hit a speedbump when he had fewer swings and misses than walks allowed in the Cardinals’ 8-1 loss to the Blue Jays at Busch Stadium yesterday. Cardinals misplays all over and the Cardinals walked eight batters. Hicks allowed four runs, three on a homer off the left-field foul pole, and he complicated his evening with five walks. Tomorrow at 645 the cards take on the brewers here at Busch Stadium (LINK)
Paul Goldschmidt’s stats in 15-game hit streak haven’t been seen in MLB in 100 years. Goldschmidt is hitting .438 during the streak (28 for 64), and 13 of his last 19 hits have been for extra bases (five home runs and eight doubles). Goldschmidt has 12 doubles, five home runs and 22 RBIs during his hitting streak, and that’s something that hasn’t happened in Major League Baseball since at least 1920. (LINK)