If you've ever watched a documentary about the making of a movie, you realize that the actors and crew spend a lot of time standing around. Seems easy enough, until you realize that 90 percent of their workday is like one of those awkward, small-talk filled elevator rides with co-workers you barely know. Oh, and sometimes the elevator ride is a sex
There's a fine line between photos that make you pronounce the phrase 'look at the little kitten' as 'wook at da wittle kitty,' and images that will haunt the inside of your closed eyelids at night.
Don't try to deny it -- you've had those violent daydreams occur when the guy in front of you at the Hardee's can't decide if he wants three burgers or four. Fact of the matter is that we all tend to mentally inflict punishments upon those who apparently can't carry out the simplest tasks. We asked you to show us those punishments.
We asked you to show us some of the subtle hints we missed in famous ads.
It's kind of like that old man with the shovel in 'Home Alone.'
Given how easy it is to be typecast in Hollywood, we're almost positive this happens all the time.
We don't think we're being pessimistic when we point out that there are no happy endings in real life. There are no endings at all, everybody just gets old.
The line between horror and comedy is shockingly thin.
Video game characters are unique game to game, but some things seem so universal that there has to be classes somewhere.
Turns out life as a video game bad guy isn't all head stomps and teabagging.