Netflix released a spin off of the hit '90s series “Full House.” The new show, “Fuller House,” has been true to the original form, a widowed parent, a wacky best friend, an aunt, four kids and a dog all under one roof, yet the show has managed to spark a controversy for parents who believe the show is too “adult-like” for their younger children.
The show has many inappropriate jokes and it does not stop there.
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“Roses” by The Chainsmokers
No. 9 on Billboard’s Hot 100, The Chainsmokers outdid themselves on this track, with lyrics that many can resonate with and a different beat, it breaks the normal expectation.
It is a scary movie that will actually scare you.
As we all know, the Super Bowl is known for its comical commercials. Doritos is always one to have a creative and unique twist to its advertisements during the big game and even in its “everyday” commercials.
This year, Doritos decided to feature a pregnant woman in its advertisement.
Let us all agree that this presidential race has been intriguing, to say the least.
If someone had told us four years ago that Donald Trump would be running for president while the first ever Jewish, Democratic socialist candidate would be a serious front runner, we would have probably laughed in that person’s face.
It is time for recruitment at Shippensburg University and all the fraternities and sororities are buzzing about what event they have coming up next and encouraging students to join.
However, in Greek Life you pay for your friends.
At the time of this writing, Super Bowl season is about to come to an end. The Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers will have duked it out in the biggest game in the world, with the winner taking home the Lombardi trophy and bragging rights as the greatest football team of the 2015-2016 season.
Will it be the young and upstart master of the dab Cam Newton or the immortal and almighty State Farm spokesman Peyton Manning who hoists the trophy post-game?
The iconic Barbie doll will be getting an overdue makeover, Mattel announced on Jan. 28.
Instead of just coming in the one size, small waist, big chest and round bottom, Barbie will now be tall, petite or curvy, USA TODAY reports.