Apparently Youtube user Steve Barley had made an obstacle course for squirrels before, but this is some next level shit. He's rigged up the "Triple Squirrel Assault Course" out of everyday items like an ironing board and a sink plunger. Honestly, I wish that thing was human size because it looks way too fun. Anyway,…
A man found himself on the wrong end of a camera-shy squirrel this week.
Watch this rebel squirrel interrupt a match between Sabine Lisicki and Vera Dushevina at the US Open. This rebel squirrel does not give a nut.
This eagle must've just eaten, right? Because there can be no other explanation for this insane behavior. Or maybe squirrel meat just isn't that delicious? Or this eagle is vegan by choice! I know, I know, eagles are obligate carnivores and so they can't be vegan... but it's cute to think about!
A Colorado girl named Sierra Jane Downing is out of the hospital after overcoming a bout of squirrel-borne bubonic plague—the first case in the state in six years. Upon being released, Sierra headed straight to the zoo (where, presumably, she stayed away from the pestilent rodent exhibit).
Girls! Some people loved it, some people hated it, many people are sick of talking about it. Whichever camp you fall into, I think we can all agree that SQIRLS, a Girls parody featuring, what else, squirrels, truly speaks for our generation, no matter what generation we happen to belong to.
The past week of lady talk shows was pretty grim, and not the wacky romp of group vagina smiles or porn convos that we've grown used to. (For example Oprah had an episode all about a woman whose husband offed himself and left her a million dollars in debt on purpose, just to be a jerk.) Tyra had an episode dedicated…