Today is National Hug Day, a pointless, made-up day if ever I heard it. However, everybody likes hugging, don’t they? So, it’s difficult to be too harsh on this occasion.
Interesting, remarkable and entertaining people. Videos and TV channels that feature individuals who have done something noteworthy or have developed a bit of a following.
If you want to hear an honest opinion on something, just ask a child. It doesn’t matter if their kid or not, the chances are they’ll be brutally honest with you.
Ricky Gervais hosted the 2016 Golden Globes, and, as is his way, he upset a few people with his jokes. He wasn’t even particularly scathing this time around, but the current level of political correctness means every word has the capacity to offend these days.
Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice is still several months away from release, with the latest DC Comics movie set to be released in March 2016.
That means that it’s too early to talk reviews, but what we can do is take a longer look at the trailer, all thanks to IGN.
Parts of Holland have been hit by freezing rain and black ice so severe that there’s a literal sheet of ice covering all roads and pavements.
Things are so bad that cars are an absolute no-no, with people forced to find a better way to get to work and school.
Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine is a documentary film from Alex Gibney, the guy who bravely exposed the inner-workings of Scientology despite a multitude of legal threats.
It takes a look at Steve Jobs from another angle, showing him as a flawed genius who affected those around him in all sorts of ways, not all of them positive.
It’s hardly a revelation to suggest children love getting presents. Whether it’s for Christmas or their birthday, kids and gifts go hand in hand with each other.
Unfortunately, parents and relatives don’t always deliver on their promises. Sometimes they give really crappy presents that the kids hate. And this video shows their reactions when that happens.
It’s Christmas! To quote Noddy Holder from Slade, a reference likely lost on anyone but the Brits reading this.
Is Santa real? It’s a question that has crossed the minds of children and adults alike for countless generations. But perhaps this comedy sketch can answer it for us.
Steve Harvey messed up big time this past weekend, announcing that Miss Colombia had won Miss Universe 2015 when, in actual fact, Miss Philippines had won.
Harvey was rightly condemned for making such a dumb error, and I doubt he’ll be asked back anytime soon. However, it’s important to remember Steve Harvey has always been a bit of an idiot.
National dishes are an odd thing, as they differ massively from country to country, and while those brought up in one country will love their own national dishes they may turn their noses up at other countries’ national dishes.
Even at Christmas.