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Memorial Day Weekend: The Start of Everything That’s Good in the World

27 May

Happy Memorial Day Weekend: the inaugural weekend of everything great in the year. Sure, Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the biggest and most entertaining movies of the year, with Hangover II, X-Men, Transformers 3, Captain America, and my personal favorite 5Nal Destination. But we aren’t here to talk about sitting in a dark theater this weekend (sorry, nerds).  MDW is no time to be sitting inside.  Pools (and pool bars) open this weekend.  Barbecues abound.  Beaches open all their carnival rides where you think you may die the entire time while riding them.  And of course, girls begin wearing skirts every day for the next three months.   There is literally no activity in the world that isn’t made better by the presence of pools, grills (the cooking kind, not blinged out teeth, although you could make an argument for either), and hot girls.  And that’s what we are here to celebrate.  We’ll be back next week, but in the meantime, enjoy the weekend, and this slideshow of some pictures of the hottest girls we could find doing Memorial Day related activities.

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Girls from Transformers: Megan Fox vs. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

3 May

As   Summer is finally here: after the weekend featured two of the most exciting events of the last few years (the US laying the smackdown on Bin Laden and Fast Five coming out), its clear that the best season of the year is upon us.   Barbecues, beach trips, NBA playoffs, the U.S. Open, Fourth of July, baseball games, endless skirt days, drinking outside, and of course summer movie season all are ahead of us in the next three months.  This summer’s lineup is no different, with sequels, threequels, prequels, and all around stupid but entertaining looking shit dominating the multiplexes.  Transformers 3 is set to open July 1st on what is typically a huge box office weekend, and I’m sure this year will be no different with the third movie in a series which has made almost $2 billion worldwide.  Continue reading