This has to be one of the funniest COVID-19 parodies I've seen so far. Someone took the "Friends" opening theme song and re-did it to feature corona virus and all the craziness we've seen over the past several months. It includes: COVID-19, social distancing, toilet paper, clean hands, healthcare workers and madness. This one's got it all and is sure to create a laugh.
WARNING: This one will hit you in the feels! A Dallas 2 year old boy has a very unlikely best friend, the garbage man who collects the trash and recycling in his neighborhood. The kid just loves the man he calls O.D. and O.D. always takes the time to visit with him when he makes the rounds. Well the family is moving away and the boy had to say goodbye to his first best friend. A special moment the
The Age of Revivals spurred along by the likes of Netflix’s Fuller House or whatever NBC drags out of the dumpster next has many hopeful that Friends will finally get its oft-discussed reunion. Nope! Co-creator Marta Kauffman bluntly states “reunions suck,” at last putting an end to speculation.
We don't know what the weather's like where you are, but it is a chilly, grey, rainy Monday here, so we need this. In fact, even if it's totally gorgeous where you are, these pictures and GIFs of animal best buds is probably worth a look. First of all, they're really cute. Secondly, they'll probably cheer you up. Last, why wouldn't you want to see a seal cuddling a penguin?! Enjoy!
Times are tough, folks. If our landlord suddenly decided to raise our rent or our student loans become unrelentingly high, we can only hope that our family and friends would swoop in to save the day; kind of like when we were children. Sadly, those days are long gone; but what about when we aren’t the ones in that position?
Annoying Childhood Friend, a new meme making the rounds today, is kind of like the ghost of friendships past. We all had a “pal” in our youth bend the rules to his advantage or sell you out when trouble arose.
Seems there’s yet another front in the battle of the sexes.
A new study conducted by Cornell University and the University of Chicago indicates that a wife who is too close with the male friends of her husband may be inadvertently undermining his masculinity, leading to elevated rates of erectile dysfunction.