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Today, we pay homage to all the dads, moms, friends, and coworkers who have unknowingly miss-sang the lyrics to a song and have been justifiably ridiculed ever since. And maybe, by highlighting some of the most misheard lyrics in the music biz, we’ll save some sorry music fan a lifetime of embarrassment. It’s time to drop the needle on the most misheard song lyrics of all time!
On r/AMA, users typically introduce themselves, explain their field of expertise, and field questions from people from all over the world. Celebrities, athletes, scientists, and regular people do them all the time. Some of them are awful, while some of them are endlessly fascinating.
By Dorathy Gass
Considering how far robots have come since their basic beginnings, time to take a stroll through history. Let’s look at some of the greatest robotic pioneers of yesteryear that have evolved into the robots we are familiar with today.
By Dorathy Gass
Just the thumping intro of Survivor’s “Eye of the Tiger” can stir up visions of Rocky Balboa throwing fists at a punching bag and running up the steps of Philadelphia’s Museum of Art. With the most recent sequel, Creed II, it’s only natural to want to take a trip down memory lane. As such, let’s review the history of all eight films and their influence within cinematic history.
Knocking off a fan favorite has emerged as one of the most impactful plot-development devices in modern entertainment. These days, the shock, outrage, relief, and happiness play out in real-time on social media, drumming up a frenzy of online debate. In truth, showrunners have been killing off popular TV characters for decades and for a…
Although there are many celebrated cover songs out there now, there is an equal number of well-known songs that are so associated with the current artist that we don’t even realize they’re covers of an earlier artist’s work. Today, we’re going to talk about songs that truly surpassed greatness to be considered some of the best cover songs of all time.
SpongeBob SquarePants accomplished more than creator Stephen Hillenburg could have ever possibly imagined. Released to the masses in 1999, the show was a runaway success from the outset. The show racked up countless awards, including four Emmys and 15 Kid’s Choice Awards. But, more importantly, SpongeBob and his odd-yet-affable crew of friends entered the pantheon…
Nothing warms the heart quite like an animal actor. They may not be able to talk, cry, or tell jokes, yet animal actors have managed to earn millions of actual dollars. Although animals can’t use debit cards and have no real need for money, that hasn’t stopped them from outearning the majority of their human counterparts.