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Puppy Surprises Soldier Mom at Airport and They Can’t Stop Crying Tears of Joy

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Puppy Surprises Soldier Mom at Airport and They Can’t Stop Crying Tears of Joy

Soldiers know, the only thing that could make coming home from a long deployment better is coming home to your dog.

This soldier was surprised to be greeted by her own dog while waiting to leave the airport. Then her pup surprises her again with uncontrollable crying.

This article originally appeared on People.com

This is Probably What a Richard Sherman and Marshawn Lynch Press Conference Would Actually Look Like

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This is Probably What a Richard Sherman and Marshawn Lynch Press Conference Would Actually Look Like

The least and most reticent of football stars, Marshawn Lynch and Richard Sherman, share the stage in this Key & Peele Super Bowl skit.

You won’t come away knowing any more about the big game, but you might get a new perspective on the Academy Award-nominated movie Selma — and a mean hankering for biscuits and gravy. (Those do go with chicken wings, right?)

Key & Peele’s Super Bowl special aired on Comedy Central Friday night. More sketches can be seen here.

French Tourists to Be Deported Over Nude Photo Shoot at Cambodian Temple

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French Tourists to Be Deported Over Nude Photo Shoot at Cambodian Temple

A trio of tourists from France were arrested for taking nude photos of each other at a world-famous Cambodian temple, and will be deported.

The three men in their early twenties were found Thursday inside Banteay Kdei temple at Angkor Archaeological Park, AFP reports, which houses Angkor Wat — a 12th-century temple and UNESCO World Heritage site.

The trio were arrested by Cambodian authorities and given a suspended prison sentence of six months, plus deportation from Cambodia and a four-year ban on coming back to the country. The men were also fined $750 each.

“They confessed to making a mistake and asked for the Cambodian people to forgive them for their actions,” prosecutor Koeut Sovannareth told AFP. The men claimed that they took the pictures as souvenirs, “but we believe that their intention was to use the photos in publications such as a calendar,” Sovannareth said.

[AFP]

President Obama Poses With America’s First Couple

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President Obama Poses With America’s First Couple

Even Kim Kardashian and Kanye West ask to get an autograph every now and then.

Mrs. West shared a photo on Instagram Friday with President Obama and Kanye – complete with a personal message from the Commander in Chief himself.

“To Kanye & Kim – Thanks for the support and best wishes to your lovely daughter!” the president wrote.

The picture was most likely taken in October, when the Wests met POTUS for a sit down at the White House.

Instagram Photo

“Me and my wife met with President Obama two weeks ago,” Kanye Tweeted after the meeting.

Although no one knows what the threesome discussed, we’re guessing Obama refrained from calling the rapper a jackass … again.

This article was originally published on People.com

You Can Watch All the Best Super Bowl Ads Right Here, Right Now

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You Can Watch All the Best Super Bowl Ads Right Here, Right Now

The Super Bowl might not be until Sunday, but you don’t have to wait to watch one of the most enjoyable part of the event, a.k.a. the ads. Companies including Budweiser and T-Mobile have released their spots ahead of the game—and whether they star adorable puppies or Kim Kardashian, they are pretty entertaining. TIME has compiled a list of the Super Bowl ads and teasers that you can watch ahead of the game. Companies spent upwards of $4.5 million for a 30-second slot.

 

Wrestler Kicked Out of Eating Contest For Hiding Chicken Wings in Fanny Pack

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Wrestler Kicked Out of Eating Contest For Hiding Chicken Wings in Fanny Pack

If you’re unfamiliar, the Wing Bowl is a beautiful event held in Philadelphia each year — and by “beautiful event” we really mean “grotesque carnival of human gluttony.”

One participant in the annual chicken wing eating contest, retired wrestler Mick Foley, could not handle the pressure and was disqualified after he was found stuffing uneaten wings into his fanny pack, the Associated Press reports.

Foley long been a fan favorite at the annual event, which began in 1993. But this time around, he said he didn’t want to overstuff himself and get sick. “I didn’t want that to be my legacy,” Foley told the AP. “So I stretched the rules. I thought people would appreciate that, right here in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania!”

And for the record, the winner downed a record 444 wings in 26 minutes. God Bless America.

Seattle and Boston Art Museums Make the Most High-Brow Super Bowl Bet Ever

This goes way beyond your office Super Bowl pool.

A pair of upper-crust art museums have made themselves a little painting wager over Sunday’s game: If Russell Wilson and his Seahawks win, than the Clark Art Institute of Williamstown, Mass., will have to fork over Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast by Albert Bierstadt to the Seattle Art Museum for three months. Should Tom Brady and the New England Patriots come out on top, than Clark gets its hands on SAM’s West Point, Prout’s Neck by Winslow Homer.

Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast by Albert Bierstadt
Albert Bierstadt (German, 1830–1902), Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast, 1870. Oil on canvas, 52 1/2 x 82 in. Seattle Art Museum, Gift of the Friends of American Art at the Seattle Art Museum, with additional funds from the General Acquisition Fund, 2000.70 Howard Gisk—Clark Art Institute

SAM Director Kim Rorschach told Artnews she wasn’t worried about Seattle’s odds.

“Look what happened in the championship game, how we pulled that out,” she said. “I’m totality confident that the Seahawks will prevail, no question in my mind.”

[Artnews]

50% of Pennsylvanians Would Rather Be Represented by a Groundhog in Congress


Punxsutawney Phil Makes Annual Forecast On Groundhog Day
Ready to lead? Jeff Swensen—Getty Images

Just in time for Groundhog Day on Feb. 2, Public Policy Polling (PPP) revealed 50% of Pennsylvanians think the groundhog Punxsutawney Phil “would do a better job than most current members of Congress.” Twenty-nine percent said he would not, and 21% were “not sure.”

Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling, said in a statement, “Americans have so little faith in Congress these days they’d rather be represented by a groundhog.”

The data suggests the rodent should get a new job, considering only 8% thought the animal seeing his shadow was a reliable indicator of how long winter would last.

The pollsters surveyed 1,042 registered voters in Pennsylvania between Jan.15 and 18. The margin of error for this poll is ± 3%.

Past entertaining PPP polls have showed Americans favor Ronald McDonald for president over Burger King, and that Republicans prefer olives as a pizza topping twice as much as Democrats.

Read Next: What’s the Point of Goofy Polls?

Here’s What Ariana Grande’s ‘Problem’ Sounds Like as a Soulful Indie Rock Song

Well, here’s something nobody was really expecting: a version of Ariana Grande’s smash hit “Problem,” but performed by indie rocker Hozier. (Who you might know from his own recent hit, “Take Me To Church.”)

The Irish musician turns “Problem” into less of a bubblegum pop tune and more of a soulful, guitar-heavy anthem full of chanting. And no, he does not even attempt Iggy Azalea’s verse.

It’s kind of weird, but also pretty good.

Read Next: Watch a Little Girl and Her Dad Dance to Ariana Grande’s “Problem”

This Hilarious Video Calls Out Everyone Who Spends Too Much Time Texting at the Gym

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This Hilarious Video Calls Out Everyone Who Spends Too Much Time Texting at the Gym

Ever feel like 20-somethings spend more time talking about being at the gym than actually breaking a sweat? Or if they break a sweat, maybe it is because a text message is taking too long to type out, or worse, they sent something to the wrong person.

Such is the inspiration for the hottest gym in town, “#@THEGYM,” a fake promotional video for a fitness center that caters to millennials who won’t put down their phones to lift a dumbbell. Features include “wall to wall mirrors so you can snap the best selfie,” a staff “with accredited personal trainers who know how to get the best shot of the best you” and an Apple Genius Bar, among other hilarious amenities.

As the narrator of the parody puts it, “Come for the workout, stay for the WiFi.”

(h/t Boing Boing)

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Watch John Oliver Explain How Intimidating the Super Bowl Is to the Rest of the World

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Watch John Oliver Explain How Intimidating the Super Bowl Is to the Rest of the World

Last Week Tonight host John Oliver loves to go on rants about everything from net neutrality to the Miss America pageant. As a guest on The Late Show Thursday, he launched into a much smaller-scale tirade about the upcoming Super Bowl.

It begins when David Letterman asks him if he’s been persuaded — since “brainwashed” isn’t the right word — into the Super Bowl way of life here in the U.S. “Oh, brainwashed is the right word, because I’m on a green card,” says Oliver, who’s from England. “And I think if I don’t watch the Super Bowl then I get ejected.”

Then Oliver goes on to explain how to him, the Super Bowl represents “Peak America” and how even though there are huge sporting events all over the world, this one is truly intimidating.

Read next: How the ‘John Oliver Effect’ Is Having a Real-Life Impact