While we at What Did You Look Up on Wikipedia? believe wholeheartedly in safe sex and the prevention of STDs, we somehow couldn’t resist taking this little detour into the history of syphilis.
Happy Thanksgiving, America! Maybe you are a little Charlie Brown, and will mope about no matter what, but that’s okay, we still love you.
p.s. Episode 21 (The Batman-sode) is temporarily offline pending a change of music, but we’ll let you know when it’s back online!
Obviously Catwoman is the perfect villian, because cats are the definition of villainy. The only exception we could think of: Pepé le Pew.
A NOTE TO ALL FICTIONAL CHARACTERS: YOUR TINY MASKS WORN FOR SUPERHERO THINGS AND MASQUERADE BALLS DON’T HIDE ANYTHING.
In which we realize that Warner Bros. characters are, as Sally puts it, “a little funky sexually.” Exhibit A: Pepe Le Pew and his cat fetish (what is the skunk equivalent of zoophilia?) Exhibit B: Bugs Bunny in drag, frequently Exhibit C: Elmer Fudd’s entire body
If The Penguin actually had to harness the innate powers of his spirit animal, what would happen? And what would happen if Morgan Freeman – wait, scratch that, Werner Herzog – tried to narrate?
Think you know everything about Gotham City? Think again.
AND, if you’re battiest of Bat-fans, check out The Batman Collectionary, a sweet gathering of all things Batman.
Think it’s a good idea to make a reality show based on a highly produced fictional universe? Wrong.
Believe it or not, the Gossip Girl tv show was much more heteronormative and “safe” than the books. Here are our thoughts about gender identity.