bleah, just bleah
use caution in the comments section please
*used caution in the comments section*
good job treading lightly
It's super effective!
point of joke was defeated
idk who any of these characters are
where's that chef who gets mad
good to see Buttman appearing in this one though.
I am disappoint in humanity.
Particularly the part of it that tweets "I would let Chris Brown beat me up so long as he kissed it better winkyface #twuwuv"
anyway I guess my point is I like chainsawsuit for light topical humour? and jarringly detailed pictures of Jason Segal's face.
I'm here for the jarringly detailed pictures of Nicki Minaj. Damn, she looks HOT in this one.
As Hollywood has proven over and over again – its ok to commit crimes if you're a celebrity! The worst thing that will happen is 3 months of lying low followed by 3 months of fake-apologies and then right back to stardom because no one will care what you did a half year ago.
I demand that someone follow Jwoww around and write everything that crazy woman says because if we miss out on Super Powers like we did the cure for cancer, Imagunnabe…. HULK SMASH!!!!!
Also, why does she have 2 w's at the end of her so-called name? Was the name J-Wow already taken by some obscure film star?
I guess my comment was not careful enough, it keeps autodeleting itself. O_o
I pity the comment that can't post it self!
Well, Ben Roethlisberger raped a woman, and now it's apparently acceptable to cheer for him in sporting competitions. Sometimes the human race is kind of depressing…
Kris, bringin the Funnycomix, with the Laffs!
While he is most likely a rapist… he was never actually convicted of rape… he's an alleged rapist (that is probably a rapist)
But! Vick totally murdered dogs, went to Federal prison, and was resigned by Nike in 2011…
That's supposed to be re-signed… :(
I believe it is spelled Rapistberger. Saves money for the team on lettering.
no see he went on trial for that and lost which is why the Steelers lost the super bowl last year, I think.
*puts on condom* alright, now what?
Holy shit, you drew a nose!
Two, actually! Wait, how to you classify a proboscis?
Bono once threw a piece of recyclable plastic in the garbage. Sorry, I hope that doesn't reopen any old wounds.
…What did I miss by not following celebrity news this time?
Chris Brown beats-up Rhiana.
Chris Brown and Rhiana are both at the Grammys.
Chris Brown wins a Grammy.
I didn't realize the grammy was an award given for those who donate the most to charity. I thought it was an award for making a good or popular album.
Beating women = "not donating to charity"
didn't chris brown go to jail for that?
that seems like it would be kinda appropriate
Three years is too soon. Four years on the other hand…
I agree with Matt Groening on his opinion on the grammies.
In an early Simpsons episode, Lisa makes a remark to the effect that the Grammy's are a lame joke.
Google-ing "ekhetael" only takes me to a weird part of the Internet
EDIT the nicki minaj panel kills me
The weird part of the Internet is… *spoilers*
…ALL OF IT.
It takes me to foreign
I've always felt like a person's art and personal behavior should be judged separately, unless they're currently on trial or in prison for what they did (or they did anything capable of getting you a life sentence but didn't). That's all I'm gonna say because, y'know, caution.
I agree, unless the actions taken by the artist are morally repugnant. Beating a women is wrong. He crossed a line and all society can do is say "its ok, we the masses forgive you, so long as you keep pumping out generic mass market songs for us to consume on a regular basis."
I don't necessarily think that art and artist should be separated. With that I don't mean that a terrible person can't produce something esthetically or intellectually pleasing, but that you should be aware of what you are enjoying is made by a terrible person.
Furthermore, I don't think we should condone behavior because a person produces something that many people like. I feel it's somewhat different if you read Fitzgerald (who was a terrible anti-semite) than when you encourage someone to keep doing what they're doing, instead of condemning them after they did something awful.
I don't mean to imply that there should be a difference between how we treat the producers of 'high' and 'low' art (if there's such a distinction), but I think many people do make such a distinction. i.e. The better the artist, the more we should forgive them for. Everyone should be judged equally, which is why I think that Chris Brown should not have received that award.
kinda like how polanski got away with date rape? most peoples argument on that was she said she was of age but, ok, he still date raped her and got away with it, I guess the moral is, if you make things people like you can treat women like shit and then get awarded for your work
Fitzgerald also apparently plagiarized from his wife, too, and induced her schizophrenic episodes. So there's that.
I'm all for judging art and behavior separately, but everything about Chris Brown is just awful.
i think — and i say this as not a chris brown expert — but it feels like everyone just wanted to move past it as quickly as possible and not really think about what it meant. no one really came out and said "oh man, this is bad."
a lot of other celebrities said "well, we don't know what happened, we weren't in their shoes" as if there was a pair of shoes where you can bust your girlfriend's face open during an argument
As someone who was the victim of a female-origined domestic dispute, I personally find it repulsive that people automatically stick up for women in cases like this. I'm not saying Chris Brown is justified or that she deserved it, far from it. But there definitely ARE circumstances where one would be justified in it.
People just don't realize the quandary of being in such a situation as a male. Do you fight back and risk being labelled as a woman-beater for the rest of you life, because we all know too damn well that the courts will side with her, or do you just take it and try to walk away, and get labeled as a wimp, spineless, or the notorious p-word.
Again, not saying he is justified. Take my comments with an open mind. But assuming he is an outfight evil person for doing so is wrong, morally.
Wait…are you serious? Is that a serious argument? Is 'people don't know what it's like to be a male with power over the girlfriend who has to decide whether to beat her up beyond recognition or not' your legitimate argument?
I am a male, and there's no "quandary". It's really not as hard to NOT beat up your girlfriend as you're making it out to be.
Imagine if Kris had worded it using gender-neutral terms: "…as if there was a pair of shoes where you can bust your partner's face open during an argument." Do you still have a problem with the statement? Because I think Kris' point is that there's never a good time to brutalize the person your with, regardless of who's a man or woman. Remember that Brown didn't have any noticeable injury, and Rihanna doesn't carry a gun or anything, so it's doubtful there was any need for him to attack her so severely. There was never a reasonable chance that he was be acting in self defense.
Which brings me to your other statement. I've never been in that situation, and I certainly hope I never am; however, if a woman you are involved with is repeatedly beating you, just dump her ass. Get out of any physical confrontation as quickly as you can, and then cut her out of your life. Change the locks if she has keys to your place, or move out if you share one. Don't answer her calls, block her e-mails/tweets/texts. You don't need to tell people why, if they ask just say "she's a crazy bitch and I'm not putting up with it anymore." If you work together and she starts a scene there just make all due effort to disengage, and know that she's probably throwing away her job by doing so. Is your pride so important that perpetuating a cycle of violence by retaliating (and potentially escalating the confrontation by doing so) is preferable to what people might say about you? Oh my god, people might call you a pussy. Whatever will you do?
I actually agree with you on principle, but the problem is that Chris Brown's art is an abstract notion that lacks human form and therefore cannot receive and appreciate an award. Chris Brown is a person and can receive an award and an ovation for his comeback.
It is fine to like Chris Brown's music. If you like Chris Brown's music, I would not hinder you for a second from listening to Chris Brown's music, or even from saying to a friend, "Hey, this music by Chris Brown is really good." But I might look at you sideways if you were to walk up to Chris Brown, give him a trophy, tell him how great he is, and then start clapping your hands, given that he beat his girlfriend black and blue three years ago.
The way I see it, this is essentially what happened at the Grammys. And supposing it wasn't, and they really did mean to give the award specifically to the idea of Chris Brown's music, while still acknowledging that Chris Brown is a bad guy who has done something awful and has done almost nothing to make amends, they obviously did not do a very good job of making the distinction clear. So, regardless of their intentions, the music industry has put on a pedestal a man who recently physically abused his girlfriend, and that is what everyone is seeing, and it will probably have a negative effect that somewhat offsets that the Grammy for best R&B album did in fact go to the greatest R&B artist to put an album out this past year, rather than the second-greatest.
That was very well put, Kire.
I disagree. Chris Brown's music is his own self expression, and it didn't happen in a vacuum. We can see that pretty easily by consulting some of his lyrics. After considering the lyrical content of, "look at me," "I can transform ya," "wall to wall," etc., it is not hard to see that Chris' music is the work of a self-absorbed misogynist. Even "I wanna be" goes from endearing to insulting before half the song is over. Whether one likes his sound or not, a lot of his message is morally repugnant. And that's why I don't listen to his music and never will–I don't want to be like Huntyr Chase, much less someone who makes Huntyr look like a Saint.
It seems like 'morally repugnant self-absorbed misogyny' is pretty standard for that particular genre though? I hate it when I'm the only woman working and the guys are just blasting that stuff. :/
Reminds me of how Herman Cain got kicked out of the presidential race for having an affair, and instead everyone started promoting Newt Gingrich, who's had two affairs but they were a while ago so who gives a dang.
That's the problem with Republicans. No patience. They have to have their affairs BEFORE they get elected to office. Democrats on the other hand, they wait until they're already elected.
Funny when you think of Clinton.
Horrible when you think of Edwards.
Cain was actually kicked out for sexually harassing multiple women while he was in a position of authority over them, not for having two huge affairs. Doesn't make Gingrich's stuff any better, but just sayin'.
Supposedly, anyway… I found the whole thing a little suspicious personally. It's strange that they should come out twelve years after the fact, long after almost everybody would have forgotten about it… IMHO, of course.
I know, right? It all must all have been fabricated by some shadowy cabal bent on then difficult task of making Herman Cain look bad.
Jason Segel looks like Matt LeBlanc
Based on Nicki Minaj's performance my guess is she spent too many nights in the Witch House… but not enough to get murdered by some sort of ferret-demon.
Handle it, dog. You've got the power.
Consider this: Kanye West got scorned more and had more lasting damage to his reputation from saying something mean to Taylor Swift than Chris Brown had after *beating his girlfriend's face until it was unrecognizable.*
Depressingly there are far too many examples like this. Hugh Grant took a massive hit to his reputation for using a prostitute. Matthew Broderick veered into the wrong lane while driving and killed two people and it didn't matter at all. It's bizarre what people will and won't care about.
Mark Wahlberg threw rocks at black kids who were on a field trip while yelling racial slurs, then beat several Vietnamese men unconscious with a bat, again while yelling racial slurs, leaving one of them permanently blinded! He has never apologized to any of them! He's a ~*~**movie star**~*~
Not defending Marky Mark, but I think there's a difference between doing horrible stuff before your career when no one know who the hell you are and doing horrible stuff after you're famous, having it plastered all over the news for all to see, and still being loved by 'fans' (aka, crazies) and the industry.
To be fair, skimming what wikipedia has to say about it, that's back when he was a coked-out teenage member of a street gang. After getting sent to jail, he sought guidance from a priest, and it doesn't sound like he's had any run-ins with the law since, so I think we could safely say that was due to, I dunno, being a coked-out teenager and that he's not that kind of person anymore.
Still kind of horrifying though.
Unfortunately, there's this sort of stigma where if the crime is heinous enough, most people will actually have a hard time really conceptualizing just how BAD it is. You can say "well, I'd never do that! that's disgusting!" when you hear about what Chris Brown did, but at the same time you hear about Kanye West and you'll say the same thing. A lot of people have trouble recognizing just how enormous the difference is, and because it takes so much energy to think about, they forget about it.
It's like trying to imagine a really huge number. You say ten thousand, someone says 'wow that's a big number'. You say one billion, 'wow, that's a HUGE number'. But it's so hard to imagine a number like one googol. 'wow, that's… bigger than a billion. by a lot, I guess'.
I think a man really needs to reconsider his actions when HUNTYR CHASE frowns upon them.
Why would anyone give that guy a Grammy?
Most of the people who get Grammys these days don't deserve them.
HA! I see what you did there.
leave us not forget justin bieber, who secretly played corky on "the facts of life"
I can't wait until I'm famous, then I'll track down that bully from high school and make them a contestant on "Celebrity Cut-Ups – Sponsored by Sizzler".
It's like "American Gladiator" except no day-glo outfits, and we just duel it out with steak knives.
Perhaps this is breaking the "use caution" plea: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/horrible-reactions…
Click with caution to see horrible humans.
The only person there I know of is Meryl Streep…
But why do I get the feeling that by not knowing the others I'm not actually missing out on anything… ?
Probably because you're one of those people who has a brain that works. You dream in color as opposed to black and white, you don't follow sports because – newsflash – they're all stupid and boring – and your brain craves input that leads it toward incremental improvement.
So congratulations, you're not the riff-raff.
I can't stress enough how much you made me believed that Meryl Streep was a Hitler youth.
High five to the comments on this comic. Thoughtful, respectful, opinions shown without running all over everyone else or just funny stuff. You all will be the first ones killed in the great anonymous wars of 2019.
You shall die swiftly, your head placed prominently upon a very tall spike. The cow, however, will die in agony for his insolence.
Now I want to know about the dark secrets of Huntyr's past… I mean, he IS their spokesperson.
Ron Paul is a Republican….
I'dve never guessed Segel was such a high ranking demon. He's so nice.
Well, yeah. He was sick and tired of tormenting sinners when he could be in Muppet movies
That is one long pickup line.