Don't be "that guy."
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Don't be "that guy."
When given an opportunity to find out what goes on behind the wizard’s curtain, it’s hard to resist.
No way people are still this dumb in 2014. But I'll watch anyway.
PG couldn't resist them thirst trap pics?
Anyone wanting to be on Catfish is clearly looking for exposure.
Today it was revealed that @Horse_ebooks has been a performance art project run by two Buzzfeed employees. This simply will not do.
Stereotypically speaking, Hollywood (by which I mean the entertainment industry) is known as a fake place that runs on who you know.
Dharma would be really upset with this turn of events.
The best (and worst) of tonight's listings, including Winona Ryder and Michael Cera on "Drunk History."
Come for David Spade. Stay for Selita Ebanks looking like sweet goodness.
Don't get it twisted.
Maya seeks the assistance of Nev and Max, hosts of MTV's Catfish, to find Osama Bin Laden.
In honor of MTV's "Catfish: The TV Show" getting huge, here is a huge catfish.
Watch a recut version of the "Catfish" trailer about Manti Te’o, from Funny or Die.
A parody of the Catfish movie trailer, starring Manti Te'o.
I'm not going to lie to you, this is only movie related by the thinnest of rationales, and I'm adding almost zero value to a.
The story of Manti Te'o and his fake girlfriend may be the single most mind-bending story I've encountered in my lifetime.
Catfish was a documentary that came out a couple years ago about a New York dude who supposedly got caught up in an online relationship with a girl from rural Michigan who wasn't real (I suspect he figured this out quickly, but went along with it and made it seem like he was slowly picking up clues along the way to the "big discovery," so as to make for a better-paced narrative.
You know it's an impressive catch when it takes five giggly Russians to lift it.
Over the past few years, four from what I've been able to ascertain, Kimberly "Kimber" Delacroix presented herself on Tumblr as -- in the words of a friend who followed her -- a "Globetrotting single mom with an apartment in Manhattan, and a live-in nanny, existing as a personal trainer and an author who wrote under some name she refused to disclose.