We're really getting into the Halloween spirit here at TheFW. It's nothing new -- it's always been one of our favorite holidays (right after Arbor Day). So, while we enjoying settling down with a good (bad) scary movie, sometimes we wax a little nostalgic. These are the songs from our childhood that really get us in the mood for trick or treating, which we're apparently too "old" to do anymore, unless our plan to dress up like a scary six-year-old finally works. Check them out, and let us know if we missed one of your favorites.
Well, here is a good example of a terrible person, if you were looking for one. Investigators in a case involving a missing four-year-old decided they were probably actually investigating a murder case
We realize it's a little bit late in the game to be putting out 'Call Me Maybe' covers, but we can make an exception out of usefulness. This video might come in handy if you are brand new to the internet and want a crash course in YouTube successes. It's pretty much every video that ever made a dro
Watching kids try to answer questions about politics is like watching a cat look at itself in the mirror -- it's funny because they don't know what we know. And also it's really cute. For example, our president is "
We're glad this guy's instinct when he found a squirrel in his kitchen was to grab a camera and record it, rather than grab a broom and start screaming. The squirrel seems pretty panicked (what squirrel doesn't?), but maybe it was just gathering up speed for what might be the greatest escape in the history of animals trapped in kitchens
This might be the best bad lip reading yet. This time the stuff they're saying almost makes sense. Plus it's got a Woody Harrelson impression. We're going to go ahead and say we like it even more than their hilarious rendition o
Bubbles, bubbles everywhere and GAH BUBBLES EVERYWHERE!!!!! If, by some chance, a resident of Footdee, in Aberdeen, Scotland had been quoting Willy Wonka and looked out his window, this is probably what he would've said
The new iPhone 5looks great, but we did have concerns about "scroll fatigue" and not being able to take one of those snazzy panoramic shots with just one click. That's why these guys came up with a phone that is nearly 800% taller than the original iPhone. Now you can have all you
"Way to go, Dan. Way to make a baby boy cry on live television." Yeah, good job Dan. We especially like how once the baby starts to cry his impulse is to run awaaaaaayy, and then later to cheer the crying kid up with a bit of song and dance.
Well, it's finally happened. In the age of reboots, remakes, and unwanted sequels, they have finally touched what we assumed everyone tacitly agreed was untouchable -- 'A Christmas Story.' Just in time for this Christmas (naturally) an "official sequel" is being released straight to DVD and Blu-Ray in a handy-dandy package with the original. It looks terrible.
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