Graffiti in Belgium as tagged by Lesley Gore. [via Knusprig Titten Hitler]

No, that strapping young football player isn't Biff from Back to the Future, it's Community and The Soup's Joel McHale! (He also has a Rose Bowl ring!) [via Buzzfeed]

Sometimes great willpower will fuel great strength. [via Pleated Jeans]

Rihanna plays "Who Would You Rather Date?" on Ellen and, let us tell you, a few of her answers are a little...controversial. [via Ellen]

"It was always a creepy weird dance move to make people probably started in college...Then there was this song, which I would often do the move to, which is Manu Chao's 'King of the Bongo.' If you play them side by side, you'll hear the inspiration, for sure. But I don't think I would have ever wanted to use the song because it already exists," SNL's Taran Killam says of his deeply weird -- and deeply infectious -- digital short character, Mokiki. [via Huff Po]

Love this re-imagining of South Park characters as 'more realistic water color' characters. [via Knusprig Titten Hitler]

Sexytime. [via People]

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David Bowie playing ping pong in an intergalactic kimono blouse and shiny pants...just 'cuz. [via Retronaut]

Ecosbomy. [via Dorsey Shaw Experience]

We wish the artist who installed a "public stress release station" (a.k.a. bubble wrap) in a Milanese bus stop would bring this to 32nd and Broadway. Thanks. [via Laughing Squid]

Normally we wouldn't do this, but it's going to be a two Ellen day because this clip of a hirsute Andrew Garfield dancing on the show -- "Single Ladies," "Gangnam Style," and belly dances all included -- is awesome. [via Too Fab]