Cosby Show Meets Robin Thicke, Muppets With People Eyes, & Top Reasons You Wouldn't Want to Be George Clooney
Posted 7/10/2013 3:00:00 PM

For reasons that may never be properly explained, someone created a blog called "Muppets With People Eyes".

And that's all it is . . . Muppets like Kermit, Miss Piggy, Big Bird and Fozzie Bear with human eyes Photoshopped over their Muppet eyes.

If this kind of thing doesn't freak you out, you have to at least admit that it's pretty weird. You also have to admit that Gonzo looks like something out of a horror movie.

Check out the site HERE.

Someone set the intro of "The Cosby Show" to "Blurred Lines" by ROBIN THICKE . . . and it works pretty well.

This is why the internet rocks, folks.

He's newly-single, rich, and handsome. So you'd want to switch places with him, right? Maybe not after hearing the Top Reasons You Wouldn't Want to Be George Clooney.

All those random flings with supermodels means he'll never enjoy the benefits of monogamy…um...

You ever see "Batman & Robin"? There ya go.

Sometimes he forgets which supermodel's floor he left his motorcycle jacket on and has to spend money on a new one.

He's handsome, fit, and extremely talented. Which aren't really your things.

He has, like, a small birthmark on his right shoulder. Okay. I made that up. Sorry. I'm kinda desperate to fill this list.

Rumor has it, the wine cellar in his Tuscan villa is getting dangerously low on Dom Perignon.

It's always awkward when Anthony Edwards clears his throat and points to the tip jar after making his Grande Soy Latte.

What, and have to live the rest of your life with the embarrassment of having been part of the cast of "The Facts of Life."

It was an honor last night for me to act as a judge for the Jersey County Fair’s Talent Show. This is my third time judging the contest, and it’s always a whole lot of fun.

My congratulations go to the winner of the Junior Division, Sarah Hartman, and the winner of the Senior Division, Olivia Beauchamp.

I’d also like to give a shout out to Krista Russell, the very talented young lady who performed a flute/piano solo for the competition. Her song (I believe it was titled “Free to Be Me”) was an original composition, and it floored me.

Krista’s song reminded me of this rare Tori Amos B-Side instrumental from the early ‘90s.


Posted By: Max Foizey  

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