So much for keeping mum!
This is the saddest part!
Nick thinks that
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We think the best thing about the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, aside from the money being raised, might just be seeing hotties drenched in ice-cold water.
And today's gaggle of celebs pouring water on their heads is no different!
It's happened again.
Another roller coaster has trapped its two-dozen passengers 75-feet in the air at Six Flags America in Maryland.
The ride, called Joker's Jinx, malfunctioned while the the riders were upright, which is lucky because it goes upside down four times throughout the course!
Can you imagine being stuck upside down on a malfunctioning roller coaster? It's bad enough being almost 80-feet in the air, but the thought of being upside down kind of scares us exponentially more.
Not only were the riders stuck for five hours, but it took
We thought we couldn't love Colton Haynes more than we already did, but we were wrong.
That's because the Arrow star took to Twitter to live tweet a random couple's first date as he sat next to them at a restaurant!
Seriously. He's too funny.
It all began with Colton's first tweet of the night:
The Catholic Church is FINALLY dealing with the issue that has been plaguing the faith for decades now. We’re of course talking about family members kissing each other during mass.
Oh, did you think we we’re going to say something else?
Nope, Pope Francis and his homies at The Vatican have been busy preparing a new set of guidelines for parishioners to follow that includes BANNING kissing during the sign of peace!
For those Perezcious readers out there who aren’t down with JC or who aren’t Catholic, the sign of peace is a brief moment during church when people shake hands with those around them. But over the years, some people have also been showing their love for one another by exchanging hugs and kisses.
No big deal, right? It’s not like anyone’s getting to third base in the middle of church.
Cardinal Antonio Canizares Llovera, the leader of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, is wagging his finger this week though, saying
Talk about a close call!
Two women in Indiana almost died after reliving a scene straight out of Stand By Me!
Stacey June Smith, 37, and Wendy Gayle Timothy, 34, were on top of an 80-foot-high bridge when they noticed a train was barreling down the tracks.
As they turned and tried to run on the tracks, they could tell that they weren't going to clear the bridge before the locomotive, so they got on their stomachs and hoped there was enough space between them and the train that they would survive.
Luckily for Stacey and Wendy, the 10-inches that separated the metal of the train bed and the wood of the bridge was enough room to leave them unscathed.
After the train came to a stop, the women tried to flee the scene, but
This might sound weird to you, but, believe it or not, some people are into it!
A West Virginia woman may face charges after people around town called cops that she was walking her naked boyfriend on a leash.
This seems very 50 Shades of Grey to us.
Barbara 'B.J.' Geardello and Robert Deyell were doing some animal role play, specifically puppy in this case, which is a very common act in the BDSM community.
Robert was walking on his bound knees, as though they were his hind legs, and wearing a hood outfitted as a dog's snout and ears. According to reports, he also had some kind of object protruding his anus; most likely a dildo shaped like a dog tail.
The pair was practicing consensual sex, so we're all for it! They probably just shouldn't have been doing so in naked in public.
The police are still unsure as to whether or not they want to press charges, seeing as there were complaints from the public about the sight.
We say let 'em off with a warning, and just be sure to put on a few more clothes before going out in public next time.
This is some genius-level marketing.
The once unheard of Union Street Guest House in Hudson, New York, is going viral.
That's because it's so much classier than you, that if you say anything negative about your stay there on Yelp, it'll practically rob you.
The vintage hotel in the historic New York town aims to get wedding parties to stay in its rooms. However, due to the old-timey feel, the hotel found that many visitors were unimpressed with the less-than-modern features.
The solution? If any guest at your wedding writes a negative review on the web, the hotel will take $500 from your initial deposit.
But don't worry. The Union is good people. You can get that money back if you convince your friends/family to remove the bad press. Simple as that!
The Union Street Guest House justified its clever marketing tactics by saying: