James Harden’s restaurant, Thirteen, gets roasted by the internet
Houston Rockets' James Harden (13) reacts after being called for an offensive foul against the Los Angeles Lakers during the first half of an NBA conference semifinal playoff basketball game Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)HOUSTON – James Harden may not be with the Houston Rockets anymore, but that hasn’t stopped fans from roasting his restaurant “Thirteen” on the internet. The restaurant is still on track to open its doors on Jan. 22, but somehow fans were able to leave “one-star” reviews for the restaurant even before the grand opening. A Google search has the restaurant listed on the map, but no reviews or photos were listed. Screenshots were taken by multiple websites that showed the roast by internet users. Here are some of the best roasts by fans that we’ve found:Some of the reviews on James Harden’s new restaurant in Houston 🥴 pic.twitter.com/J40yecURdT — NBA Central (@TheNBACentral) January 14, 2021The reviews of James Harden's restaurant is going to be running like this for quite awhile.
Commemorate 2020 with your own ‘dumpster fire’ toy
LOS ANGELES – Ever wanted to commemorate 2020 as the “biggest dumpster fire of the year"? Amir Fakharian, of Los Angeles, created a 2020 dumpster fire toy, causing a huge sensation on his Etsy store, RexRoi3D. The toy is 3D-printed and LED lights are added to resemble an actual dumpster fire. Fakharian told USA Today in an interview that because of the rising demand of the dumpster fire toy, he had to stop making other products to solely focus on the production of the toy. The 2020 dumpster fire toy is currently available for ordering on Etsy for a price starting at $19.99 and will arrive before Christmas.
Matthew McConaughey talks about his mom pretended he won a ‘Little Mr. Texas’ pageant
HOUSTON – Actor and Texas native Matthew McConaughey was always called a winner of “Little Mr. Texas” for most of his life -- until just two years ago when he learned the truth. During “The Kelly Clarkson Show” Tuesday promoting his new memoir “Green Lights,” the “Dazed and Confused” actor told the story of how his mother pretended he won a “Little Mr. Texas” pageant when he was 8 years old, but actually won runner-up. Here’s McConaughey telling the story in another interview. “Every time I would go to the kitchen for breakfast, my mom would point the framed photo of me and would say ‘Look at you, Matthew, Little Mr. Texas, that’s you!'" “You know what, would I be sitting here right now with the life I have if I was raised thinking I was runner-up?"
Flying vs. hovering: Watch as Texans' funny debate rages over blimp passing by in the sky
Is the blimp flying or hovering? That is the hilarious debate Houston Texans players J.J. Watt and Brandon Dunn recently had while sitting on the sidelines. In a video posted by the NFL Films Facebook page, the players were overheard debating whether or not a blimp was flying or hovering. Inside the NFL: JJ Watt's Blimp Debate Flying or hovering - how is this even a debate? So was the blimp hovering or flying?
VIDEO: Hungry squirrel steals slice of pizza from customer’s contactless delivery
MONTCLAIR, New Jersey – Looks like squirrels are getting smarter and a little more nuttier. A New Jersey woman was hoping to enjoy her pizza, only to find out that a squirrel got its hands on a slice or two of the pie. The pizza box was left on the porch via contactless delivery from GrubHub, when moments later the hungry squirrel walked over and gnawed a hole onto the box, pulling about two slices out. The woman ran out to find the squirrel with the pizza, yelling at her husband, “That squirrel stole our pizza!”. Fortunately, she was able to get a refund for her delivery from GrubHub, where she ordered the pizza from, according to the New York Post.
One Good Thing: Senior home in England recreates iconic album covers during lockdown
A senior care facility is making sure its residents and caregivers are still having fun during the pandemic. Robert Speker is an activities coordinator at a senior home in England that's been locked down for four months. He says its residents and caregivers have spent the time recreating classic album covers. Resident Shelia Solomons recreated one of Elvis Presleys album covers. One woman even worse a nursing outfit to recreate one of Blink 182s album covers.
WATCH: Friday the 13th villain Jason Voorhees stars in new PSA on mask wearing
NEW YORK New York State is turning to humor by recruiting Friday the 13th villain Jason Voorhees in a new message on wearing masks as a way to push awareness of coronavirus. The 30-second ad, produced by Ogilvy Health features Jason walking around New York streets in his famous hockey mask while unintentionally scaring people away from the NY subway to parks when, in reality, he is trying to fit in. Later in the video, he realized that his own mask isnt protective enough. Then, a little girl approaches Jason to give him a face mask to wear over his hockey mask, in an effort to fit in with the public. A mask kind of makes people uncomfortable.
Have you seen the Texas Rangers new stadium? Twitter is roasting it, comparing it to a warehouse
ARLINGTON, Texas The Texas Rangers unveiled their $1.2 billion baseball stadium on Thursday, but fans seemed less than impressed, CBS Sports reported. The proposed stadium, which the Rangers plan to play in this upcoming season, did not line up to the finished product. Elements were supposed to include glass windows, a brick enclosure and more greenery, according to an image fans shared on Twitter. See the reactions below:instagram vs. real life pic.twitter.com/juIVh34hAO nick pants (@stnap_kcin) June 24, 2020Everyone seems to love the Texas Rangers new stadium. pic.twitter.com/uaA9LrbtpT Dave Schilling (@dave_schilling) June 24, 2020The Rangers new stadium is a COSTCO with a retractable roof pic.twitter.com/KuO8SuzqKb Korked Bats (@korkedbats) June 24, 2020
Chrissy Teigen Jokes She's 'Been Fired' From 'Bring the Funny' After
It looks like Chrissy Teigen is in hot water over posting spoilers to Twitter once again! so excited to share a clip of my new show BRING THE FUNNY!! Teigen wrote, alongside a YouTube clip that has since been made private but apparently contained the entire episode, watermarked with the words "Chrissy Teigen Viewing." https://t.co/vaHy8uaW5r christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) July 8, 2019Around half-an-hour later, Teigen apparently was made aware of her error, and took to Twitter to joke that she's been kicked off the show for the grievous mistake. RELATED CONTENT:John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Share Adorable Family Pics of Miles and Luna From Italian VacationChrissy Teigen Reveals How She Makes Her Son Miles Laugh (Exclusive)Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's Daughter Luna Has Strong Opinions About Being Called 'Cute'