What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
[Image via Glynn County Detention Center.]
Ooga-Chaka, Ooga-Ooga! Ooga-Chaka, Ooga-Ooga!
Our pants stiffened when we glanced upon a beautifully buff and totally shirtless Chris Pratt in the first Guardians of the Galaxy trailer, but that stud muffin isn't the only super-seXXXy superhero starring in James Gunn's intergalactic adventure!
In the latest TV spot for the upcoming film, which aired during Thursday night's basketball game, Zoe Saldana shines as Gamora — a fierce, fabulous, and gloriously green butt-kicking machine!!!
Ch-ch-check her out (above)!
Aww, what a bunch of adorable a-holes!!!
Especially the Bradley Cooper-voiced Rocket Raccoon; we just want to cuddle his cute little face!
Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters August 1st.
This is the face of bravery!
Charlotte Ponce was only a baby when she was viciously attacked by a pet raccoon. Her parents had left their young daughter home alone when the raccoon got out of his cage and proceeded to chew off Charlotte’s mouth, nose and right ear!
Charlotte was taken away from her biological mom and dad (thank goodness!) and
Never did we think we'd see the day when an animal would rise up and become the greatest Sprinkler Harp player on the planet!
It's true, this raccoon (below) plays better than Wet Larry Olmstead, Becky Faucét, and even Moist Jim!
But seriously, if you're in the mood for a good laugh — or at least to have your day brightened — you gotta watch this cleverly (but kinda poorly) edited video!
It's worth it! AFTER THE JUMP!!!
There are tons of nature reality shows out there.
And nature is unpredictable, and reality TV is super fake most of the time, so of course it'd make sense not every wild animal encounter on TV was actually that random, or wild.
Like on Animal Planet's show Call of the Wildman there are some disturbing reports claiming that the rescued animals are not only planted there by subcontracted handlers, drugs have even been used on them!
That's right, drugging animals just so they can be on TV easier!
A report by Mother Jones looking into the show said: