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  • World's Oldest Father Does IT Again!

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

     

    In January of last year, Ramjit Rahgav of Haryana, in northern India, set a world record as the WORLD'S OLDEST FATHER.  He was 94 when his 52-year-old wife gave birth to a healthy baby boy.

    At the time, Ramjit said he was still getting-it-on with his wife three times a night.  And his wife was into it.  Quote, "He can make love like any 25-year-old man, even better because he can go on all night." (BLEH!!!!!!)

     Well, it looks like he kept going.  Because Ramjit just broke his own world record by having another child. Last month, his wife gave birth to another healthy baby boy.  Ramjit is now 96 years old and his wife is 54.  Before him, the previous record holder was a 90-year-old, also in India.

     Ramjit had NO previous children.  If you're wondering how YOU can make it to 96 and still have potent sex three times a night, Ramjit gives credit to his diet of almonds, butter, and milk.

    Other than this being a horribly disgusting image burned into my mind, it's also brings up some questions. How old is TOO old to have sex and children? Let's face it, Captain Humps-A-Lot is going to die soon, who will raise his kids? 

    Will you still be doing it in your 90's? 

     

     

    SPEAKING OF GROSS! THIS GUY DIES FROM EATING WHAT?

  • Movie Facts That Will BLOW Your Mind

    Posted by Nick Steele

    Being regular people like we are, we never get to see what happens inside a movie and why some decisions were made and why some weren't. Then there are some casting calls that could have comepletely RUINED the movies we know and love. Either way, here are some movie fun facts that will BLOW YOUR MIND RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOUR FACE! (thanks to Buzzfeed.com)

     

    1. The mask in 'Halloween' is actually William Shatner's face. The production crew bought the cheapest mask they could find at a Halloween store, which happened to be William Shatner. They spray-painted it white.

    The mask in 'Halloween' is actually William Shatner's face. The production crew bought the cheapest mask they could find at a Halloween store, which happened to be William Shatner. They spray-painted it white.

    2. 'Psycho' was the first movie to show a toilet flushing.

    'Psycho' was the first movie to show a toilet flushing.

    3. Leonardo DiCaprio was originally offered the role of Max Denninson in 'Hocus Pocus,' but he turned it down for 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape?'

    Leonardo DiCaprio was originally offered the role of Max Denninson in 'Hocus Pocus,' but he turned it down for 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape?'

    4. Robert Deniro was considered for the role of Jack in 'The Shining,' but Stanley Kubrick thought he wasn't psychotic enough after watching 'Taxi Driver.'

    Robert Deniro was considered for the role of Jack in 'The Shining,' but Stanley Kubrick thought he wasn't psychotic enough after watching 'Taxi Driver.'

    5. Robin Williams was also considered for the role of Jack in 'The Shining,' but Stanley Kubrick thought he was too psychotic after watching 'Mork and Mindy.'

    Robin Williams was also considered for the role of Jack in 'The Shining,' but Stanley Kubrick thought he was too psychotic after watching 'Mork and Mindy.'

     

    6. The original title for 'Halloween' was:

    The original title for 'Halloween' was:

     

    7. 'Scream' was at one time called:

    'Scream' was at one time called:

     

    8. At one time 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' was called:

    At one time 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' was called:

    9. 'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' was filmed in chronological order.

    'Texas Chainsaw Massacre' was filmed in chronological order.

     

    10. The barf used in 'The Exorcist' was actually Andersen's Pea Soup. They tried Campbell soup was they didn't like the way it looked.

    The barf used in 'The Exorcist' was actually Andersen's Pea Soup. They tried Campbell soup was they didn't like the way it looked.

     

    11. Drew Barrymore auditioned for the role of Carol Anne in 'Poltergeist', but Steven Spielberg wanted someone more "angelic." Drew's 'Poltergeist' audition led to her casting in 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,' though.

    Drew Barrymore auditioned for the role of Carol Anne in 'Poltergeist', but Steven Spielberg  wanted someone more "angelic." Drew's 'Poltergeist' audition led to her casting in 'E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial,' though.

     

    12. Tom Cruise was offered the role of Edward Scissorhands.

    Tom Cruise was offered the role of Edward Scissorhands.

     

    13. He turned it down because he wanted a happier ending.

    He turned it down because he wanted a happier ending.

     

    14. Nick Carter is actually in the movie 'Edward Scissorhands.' He's in a scene where Edward is being driven around town.

    Nick Carter is actually in the movie 'Edward Scissorhands.' He's in a scene where Edward is being driven around town.

     

    15. Audrey Hepburn was the favorite to play the mom in 'The Excorist,' but she turned it down because she would only take the role if the movie was filmed in Rome.

    Audrey Hepburn was the favorite to play the mom in 'The Excorist,' but she turned it down because she would only take the role if the movie was filmed in Rome.

     

    16. The movie 'Final Destination' is actually based on a rejected 'X-Files' episode.

    The movie 'Final Destination' is actually based on a rejected 'X-Files' episode.

     

    17. Rachel True was almost 30 in 'The Craft.' She played a high schooler.

    Rachel True was almost 30 in 'The Craft.' She played a high schooler.

     

    18. Fairuza Balk is actually a Wiccan in real life.

    Fairuza Balk is actually a Wiccan in real life.

     

    19. Jack Nicholson was considered for the role of Hannibal Lecter in 'Silence Of The Lambs.'

    Jack Nicholson was considered for the role of Hannibal Lecter in 'Silence Of The Lambs.'

     

    20. Church, the cat in 'Pet Sematary,' was actually played by seven different cats.

    Church, the cat in 'Pet Sematary,' was actually played by seven different cats.

     

    21. The killer's robe in 'Scream' was originally supposed to be white. The directors changed it to black because they were afraid it looked too similar a KKK robe.

    The killer's robe in 'Scream' was originally supposed to be white. The directors changed it to black because they were afraid it looked too similar a KKK robe.

     

    22. It took eight days to shoot 'The Blair Witch Project' and eight months to edit it. The movie cost $22,000 to make and made over $240 million.

    It took eight days to shoot 'The Blair Witch Project' and eight months to edit it. The movie cost $22,000 to make and made over $240 million.

     

    23. 'Saw' was filmed in only 18 days.

    'Saw' was filmed in only 18 days.

     

    24. Brad Pitt was considered for the role of Ichabod Crane in 'Sleepy Hollow.'

    Brad Pitt was considered for the role of Ichabod Crane in 'Sleepy Hollow.'

     

    25. Malakai's name in Stephen King's version of 'Children Of The Corn' was Craig.

    Malakai's name in Stephen King's version of 'Children Of The Corn' was Craig.

     

    26. The cocoons in 'Silence Of The Lambs' were made of tootsie rolls and gummy bears.

    The cocoons in 'Silence Of The Lambs' were made of tootsie rolls and gummy bears.

     

    27. In real life, Sissy Spacek was voted homecoming queen.

    In real life, Sissy Spacek was voted homecoming queen.

     

    28. Jennifer Love Hewitt was offered the role of the mom in 'The Ring,' but she turned it down.

    Jennifer Love Hewitt was offered the role of the mom in 'The Ring,' but she turned it down.

     

    29. Pennywise's hair in 'It' was Tim Curry's real hair.

    Pennywise's hair in 'It' was Tim Curry's real hair.

     

    30. 'Paranormal Activity' was Oren Peli's directorial debut. He changed the ending because Stephen Spielberg told him to.

    'Paranormal Activity' was Oren Peli's directorial debut. He changed the ending because Stephen Spielberg told him to.

     

    31. Rosie O'Donnell was offered the role of Mary Sanderson in 'Hocus Pocus,' but she turned it down because she didn't want to be a "scary witch."

    Rosie O'Donnell was offered the role of Mary Sanderson in 'Hocus Pocus,' but she turned it down because she didn't want to be a "scary witch."

     

    32. 'Sleepy Hollow' and 'Bringing Out The Dead' were the last two movies ever to be put on LaserDisc.

    'Sleepy Hollow' and 'Bringing Out The Dead' were the last two movies ever to be put on LaserDisc.

     

    33. The words "Elm Street" are not said once in the original 'Nightmare On Elm Street.'

    The words "Elm Street" are not said once in the original 'Nightmare On Elm Street.'

     

    34. Bosco chocolate syrup was used as "blood" in 'Night Of The Living Dead.'

    Bosco chocolate syrup was used as "blood" in 'Night Of The Living Dead.'
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  • Greatest Songs Of All Times RUINED!

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

     

    Have you ever found out what a song was REALLY about and it ruined everything? Well be prepared to listen to some of the greatest songs of all time in a whole NEW way! 

    Here's the list, along with a quick summary on how each song's mystique was CRUSHED by the artists revealing their TRUE inspirations:


    1.) "Don't Stop Believin'", Journey . . . Singer Steve Perry has admitted that there's no such thing as "South Detroit."


    2.) "Party in the U.S.A.", Miley Cyrus . . . At some point after the song's release, Miley said that she'd never heard a Jay-Z song, despite what she sings in the lyrics.


    3.) "Like a Virgin", Madonna . . . "Like a Virgin's" male songwriter has said it's actually about a MAN getting over a break-up.


    4.) "My Sharona", The Knack . . . A woman named Sharona Alperin says the song is about her . . . when she was an underage girl. She thinks she was "maybe 16, 17" at the time, and Knack singer Doug Fieger was "about nine years older."


    5.) "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)", The Beastie Boys . . . They later said the song was supposed to be a PARODY of party anthems. Not one itself.


    6.) "Tutti Frutti", Little Richard . . . Little Richard has admitted that it was about GAY BACKDOOR RELATIONS.

    7.) "In the Air Tonight", Phil Collins . . . Legend has it the song is about a MURDER that Phil witnessed . . . but Phil says the song is not about ANYTHING interesting. He says he wrote it while screwing around with a new drum machine.


    8.) "Summer of '69", Bryan Adams . . . For better or worse, Bryan says the title was inspired by the sexual position, not an actual summer in 1969.

    9.) "(Untitled) How Does It Feel", D'Angelo . . . D'Angelo says the song is NOT about sex . . . it's about his grandmother's cooking.


    10.) "Friday", Rebecca Black . . . She later claimed she KNEW the lyrics were a bunch of hogwash.

    11.) "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds", The Beatles . . . It seemed obvious that "Lucy, Sky, and Diamonds" stood for LSD . . . but John Lennon says it was actually based on a painting his son Julian did in art class.

     

     

     

     Speaking of GREAT songs, have you heard this song by Taylor Swift that's guaranteed to make you cry like a baby? YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

     

  • She'll Say "Yes" If You Wear...

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

    70s purple shirt

     

    According to a survey by a detergent company, if you want to pull chicks, wear a purple shirt. Thats it! It doesn't say what shade of purple but I would go with the darker shade because of my complexion.

    Women are more likely to reject a guy because of what they are wearing over men: 

    28% of women say they've rejected a guy because they didn't like what he was wearing while only 14% of men have rejected a woman for that reason.

     Three in five women say the clothes are the biggest deal-breaker for a potential date.  17% said a guy's haircut is most important and 9% said they look at his shoes. Which could explain why I keep getting "no"...my shoes are pretty ugly (yeah, I'll blame the shoes).  

    So which colors should you wear if you want a "yes"? These: 

     #1.)  Purple:  36% of women said they were most likely to accept a date from a guy in a purple shirt.

     

    #2.)  Black:  32%.

     

    #3.)  White:  13%.

     

    #4.)  Blue:  11%.

     

    #5.)  Pink:  6%


  • Is This A Trick Or A Treat?

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

    KH Halloween

     

    Kids all around the country wil be going door to door in a couple weeks collecting their favorite sugar infused treats from random neighbors that they have never met. Just like we all did when we were young and driven by our basic instint to be superheroes and eat lots and lots of candy. 

    Each house we would watch as the stranger put a delicious treat into our bag or bucket, carefully selecting the piece that you would eat first when you got home. Then we would get to "that" house. The people that lived there were a little weird and you hardly ever saw them wandering around. They were either the old couple or the couple with no kids. 

    You approach with your usual greeting "trick or treat!" and the door would open. You glance quickly at the bowl they held in there hands to see which awesome sugary treat they were about to unload on you, when you see....raisins...or small plastic toys...or a home made treat of some sort that you knew mom or dad was going to throw away as soon as they saw it. 

    In my case, this person lived right next to me and they would always give me old or foreign coins from weird places. They got lucky because I'm weird and actually thought they were cool coins! But I always knew that every kid that went there was horribly disappointed and if they were to come across any eggs that night we all knew which house they would choose first to break them on. 

    What weird item did you get while trick or treating? Did you have that neighbor that just didn't get that kids only want candy? Tell us all about it in the comments!

     

     

  • Should I get My Daughter a Ouija Board?

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

    Ouija board, ouija board

     

    We got an email from a listener over the weekedn asking us about our stance on the Ouija board and when it's appropriate to get one for your kid if ever. Here is the email:

     

    I'm 45, I have an 11-year-old daughter, and for some reason she really wants a Ouija board. She said it'd be cool for Halloween, and she wants to play it with her friends. I know it's not real, but the idea bothers me.  It makes me think of every horror movie where kids joke around with game, and something bad happens "Paranormal Activity", the little girl in the "The Exorcist".

     Should I let my daughter have a Ouija board? Is there anything to be afraid of?

     

    -Jane-

     

     

    I've always been scared of the Ouija board just because I grew up believing in spirits and ghosts and things. Even now I don't ever want to have one inside my house even though I know it's just crazy superstitions. What advice do you have for Jane?

     

     

  • Dirtiest Weather Report Ever?

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

    weather report

    You can tell at the end the weather guy realizes what this looks like and lets out a little giggle....

     

     

  • What I'm NOT Looking Forward To

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

    Wrinkles

     

    Everyone is going to get older, no matter what we do. At some point all of use will have to deal with the problems of age but I think everything will be ok if I don't go bald. What's the one thing you worry about the most as you age?

    A list was released of the top 20 that women worry about and I think that they seem to be all the same ones I worry about (well except #3) How does your list match up?

     

    #1.)  Getting wrinkles.

     

    #2.)  A sagging face.

     

    #3.)  Sagging breasts.

     

    #4.)  Facial hair.

     

    #5.)  Going gray.

     

    #6.)  Middle-aged weight gain in the midsection.

     

    #7.)  Wrinkled cleavage.

     

    #8.)  Thinning hair.

     

    #9.)  Sagging buttocks.

     

    #10.)  Fat and skin under the arms.

     

    #11.)  Wrinkled hands.

     

    #12.)  A double chin.

     

    #13.)  Visible spider veins.

     

    #14.)  Crow's feet.

     

    #15.)  Receding gums.

     

    #16.)  Age spots on the hands.

     

    #17.)  Thinning lips.

     

    #18.)  Receding hair line.

     

    #19.)  Larger moles.

     

    #20.)  Bigger ears. 

     

     

  • WATCH: Man Of Steele Makeover Part 4

    Posted by Nick Steele

    Nick Steele is getting a makeover and this is the last step! Elements Salon & Spa is giving him a massage! (woohoo!) plus, stick around at the end to watch him in PAIN! 

     

     

  • WATCH: Water Bottle Ninja

    Posted by Nick Steele

     

    Plastic water bottles

     

    This guy is the coolest kid in his school of Ninja-ism. If you like knives and swords but HATE water bottles, then you are going to LOVE this video! 

     

     

  • WATCH: Mix Morning Show @ Pumpkin Works

    Posted by Nick Steele

    Me and Kristen got to go to Pumpkin Works for the first time EVER the other day. This is an accurate depiction of our adventure there! 

     

     

    SEE WHAT ELSE THE MORNING SHOW IS UP TO HERE

  • Most AWESOME Mullet Ever

    Posted by Nick Steele

    Is this not the most awesome mullet you have ever seen? Apparently David (Mullet Guy) was kicked out of a bar in Australia for his wicked awesome mullet. 

    David was hanging out with his fiancée and some friends at a bar called Print Hall, when management had security escort him out.  And David is CONVINCED it's because of the long, luxurious mullet he's been growing for TEN YEARS.

     He says quote, "I'm not in a gang, I don't have tattoos all over me, I'm just an everyday person."  He was wearing jeans, a t-shirt, and nice shoes at the time.  But the bouncers told him they didn't want his "type" there.

    So it got us thinking, I've been a Superman nerd since I was little and there have been points where I have almost given it up. Selling my collection of memorabilia and just being a normal adult.

    Then I decided that its a part of me and it is something I will NEVER change, no matter how much slack I get from people. Whats the one thing, either physical or mental that you will never change about yourself no matter what? Tell us in the comments below!

     

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