The DGS “WTFT” Homemade Shirt Contest: win a sit-in with the show!
9/21/2012 3:00:00 PM
That’s right; we’re doing a contest on this here blog to win a sit-in with our show!
All you have to do is make your own homemade WTFT shirt in honor of Tom Terbrock’s crazy weekly segment (heard Thursdays at 4:08) and we will pick a winner to come sit in with us on an upcoming Thursday to watch Tom’s insanity firsthand!
Add Tom’s catchphrases, use different shirts, whatever you want! Just send photos of you wearing your homemade shirt to MFoizey@971talk.com and we will pick a winner!
I’m sure we’ll get some cool shirts, and maybe some cheesy ones too, but I doubt anything will be as WEIRD as these TERRIBLE band tattoos. You can check out those pics on today’s blog. They include:
A giant tattoo of COUNTING CROWS singer ADAM DURITZ.
A big, color caricature of JUSTIN BIEBER.
The word "NICKELBACK" tattooed on the inside of someone's lower arm (not Avril's arm!).
A detailed tattoo of BOB DYLAN'S head, where he looks pretty BAD ASS.
A tattoo of HANSON on a guy's back, with all three of their faces. Interestingly enough, it features ISAAC, TAYLOR and ZAC as ADULTS...although I'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing.
A tattoo of DAVE MATTHEWS on someone's…foot.
And the BEST tattoo, hands down, where someone got a bald, crazy-looking BRITNEY SPEARS.
Speaking of cray-cray, with all her vehicular mishaps, you've got to figure LINDSAY LOHAN is paying a lot for car insurance. But how much? One expert thinks it could be SIX FIGURES.
A spokesperson for AutoInsuranceQuery.com says, quote, "Lindsay's auto insurance policy is likely to be in the hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, not to mention that some insurance providers in California may require a bond. Insurance companies can refuse to insure anyone if they have been suspected of insurance fraud or had too many accidents. It could happen to Lindsay, but as long as she can afford a very expensive insurance policy or custom plan, she can get insured."
This weekend the new film to beat at the box office stars Elisabeth Shue and Hunger Games minx Jennifer Lawrence in House at the End of the Street, which is about a mother and daughter who move next door to the scene of a double murder, where a young girl once killed both her parents.
Jennifer gets involved with the son of the victims. She also sings and spends a lot of the movie in a white tank top that shows off her cleavage, because HORROR MOVIE.
The website Film.com has put together a list of the 50 Best Coming-Of-Age Movies.
Obviously, there's plenty of room for debate, but it's hard to argue with their #1 pick: Stand By Me.
Here's the Top 10:
#1.) "Stand By Me", 1986
#2.) "Dead Poets Society", 1989
#3.) "The Breakfast Club", 1985
#4.) "Almost Famous", 2000
#5.) "Big", 1987
#6.) "The Graduate", 1967
#7.) "400 Blows", 1959
#8.) "The Goonies", 1985
#9.) "Carrie", 1975
#10.) "The Perks of Being a Wallflower"
Is Carrie really a coming-of-age story, just because it's about kids? Does anyone really "come of age" in this movie? I'd argue that one. But whatever. You can check out the complete list here.
Good list, but no Ghost World?
What films would YOU add to this list?