Meet Earl the Grumpy Puppy, Your Latest Internet Obsession

While the Internet has a certain fondness for cats—so much so that they're the subject of a museum exhibition later this year—canines can sometimes get a raw deal. However, dog lovers will be happy to know that the newest Web-appointed animal celebrity is a puppy with an adorably unpleasant face. Meet Earl the Grumpy Puppy, which is basically a dog version of Grumpy Cat and is probably already represented by Hollywood's top agents and is likely going to be on a TV show come fall. The 5-month-old Puggle isn't actually angry, of course, but just has an underbite (probably see more
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An All-Gay Fighter Game That Mixes It up With LGBT Stereotypes

When you begin to play the newest—and only—mobile game from Handsome Woman Productions, you're greeted with a somewhat ominous warning: THE ONLY COLORS IN THIS RAINBOW ARE BLACK AND BLUE. It could easily serve as the introduction to a different game, a much more serious one, one that echoes the frighteningly real point of view and extreme violence that have become the hallmark of so many titles flooding the gaming market today. But this game is not one of those games. This game is Gay Fighter Supreme. If you have any question of just how firmly the tongue of see more

Cats on the Internet Finally Get the Museum Exhibition We Need

Of all the things the Internet has produced, it is perhaps the collective obsession with all things feline that is the most fascinating. While every dog has its day IRL, on the Web, it's cats that reign supreme. To highlight this ongoing preoccupation, New York's Museum of the Moving Image has announced an exhibition dedicated to the phenomenon, aptly titled "How Cats Took Over the Internet." Per the museum, the exhibit "tells the history of cats online, examining phenomena like Caturday, lolcats, cat videos, celebrity cats, and more to unearth why images and videos of the feline kind have see more
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JFK Airport Is Planning to Open a Luxe Animal Spa

It's a jungle out there. Nowhere is that more true than New York City's largest airport, JFK, which has announced a state-of-the-art luxury animal facility to be opened next year, WTVR CBS 6. The high-end station for critters—called The Ark at JFK—will feature creature comforts that just might make Homo sapiens jealous. Highlights of the 178,000-square-foot facility include a veterinarian's hospital that provides both general and emergency care, climate-controlled stations to house larger livestock such as horses and cows, a Paws 4 Paradise grooming station, obedience training and animal massages, and a pet resort (yes, really) that includes suitelike see more
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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Batman Crossover Announced at Comic-Con

Strange bedfellows, indeed. Over the weekend, amid all the high-profile buzz coming from San Diego's Comic-Con, you might have missed a juicy bit of news: Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are teaming up, reports Vulture. Beginning in November, there will be a six-part comic-book series featuring the Caped Crusader and the crime-fighting amphibian quartet—who will no doubt join forces to battle an evildoer. Details are still scarce at this point, but it is known that the series will be written by James Tynion IV and drawn by Freddie E. Williams II. We can only assume there will see more
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If You Haven't Heard of the Documentary The Wolfpack Yet, Here's Your Chance

Six brothers, one apartment, fourteen years, and around 5,000 movies. That's The Wolfpack, in a nutshell, which was released on iTunes yesterday. One of the highest rated films of the summer, The Wolfpack tells the true story of six brothers raised in a Lower East Side project building with little to no contact with the outside world. Some years, they left the apartment a few times. One year, they never left. Then, one day 15-year-old Mukunda decided to leave the apartment and walk around the neighborhood. What ensues is a tale crazier than fiction. Home schooled by their mother see more
Food + Drinks

8-Time Hot Dog Eating Champ Joey Chestnut Finally Loses

Every July 4th the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest takes place in Coney Island. For the past eight, Joey Chestnut has chowed down and taken the crown. Before him, it was the dog-eating dynasty of 5'8", 128 pound Takeru Kobayashi, who won the contest six times before contractual disagreements prevented him from competing for the past few years. This year, Matt Stonie pulled off a major upset, devouring 62 dogs and buns to beat Chestnut, who could only eat 60. For those keeping count, that means Stonie inhaled 17,360 calories and 1,116 grams of fat in 10 minutes, reports see more

Watch These Cops Dance Their Asses Off at the Gay Pride Parade

Since last week's landmark decision to legalize gay marriage happened to coincide with New York's Gay Pride Parade, the proceedings were especially festive this year. So much so that even some of New York's men in blue couldn't help but get in on the fun. Just check out the video, which has been making the rounds this morning, of the officer above, who fully embraced his pas de deux with a enthusiastic parade-goer. Then there's the man in blue below, whose dance skills are a bit more involved and equally as impressive. See, gay marriage makes everyone—regardless of their see more

Here Are the Biggest Fitness Trends of 2015

A few days back, in Oceanside, California, former Marine George Hood, 57, broke the world record for the longest plank hold. The previous record, four hours and 26 minutes by Mao Weidong, a police officer in Beijing, was shattered when Hood, looking as bronze and buff as ever, held the position for five hours, 15 minutes, and 15 seconds. After taking a moment to soak that in, we got to thinking. Remember the World's Strongest Man competitions or bragging to buddies about the time you benched 250 pounds? Well, the times are changing. Just ask the guys over at see more

Styling Dogs Into Cubes Is a Thing in Japan, Apparently

It's hip to be square. That's the case for a few select canines whose owners are indulging in the latest oddball dog-grooming trend, shaping your pup's pelt into a cube, reports MTV. The trend, which is a big hit in Japan, has some people reducing their four-legged friends into a series of furry 90-degree angles, and while it's certainly charming, is it all that practical? Take a look at some of the most sharp-cornered examples, below. see more
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