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  • Arianny Celeste’s Zombie Halloween Hotness [7 Photos]

    Tip: navigate using the ← left and right → arrow keys Just in time for Halloween Arianny Celeste is bringing the Zombie hotness. Yesterday the Queen of MMA launched an awesome behind-the-scenes video of  a graveyard photoshoot and with a little detective work we have found the photos. Check out the photos then pick-up her calendar on the official Arianny Celeste store.

  • The Best Pumpkin Carving You’ll Ever See

    Ray Villafane is a pumpkin carving master. As a former high school art teacher Ray began his pumpkin art when he was asked by his school to carve a pumpkin for Halloween. Everyone loved the result and so began this incredible series of pumpkin faces.

  • 50 Things to Do with Sriracha

    The cult following of Sriracha is at an all time high. You guys love it. Every story we do on the wonder condiment blows up. Time to keep the good times rolling. The bottle has a few suggestions for what to do with the sauce nut there are so many more uses. The following list of ideas compiled by Chow.com will help you use more of the “crack” condiment in your cooking.

  • 30 WTF Bumper Stickers

    Just because Freedom of Speech is our right doesn’t mean you should have any of these bumper stickers on your car. Only in ‘MERICA would you see someone on the road with any of these.

  • Iconic Concert: U2 at Glastonbury 2011

    In 2011 U2 battled the elements and performed a headlining set at the the Glastonbury Festival in the United Kingdom. Nearly 100,000 fans sang along at the festival and upwards of three million fans watched at home on TV breaking many BBC viewership records.

  • This Is What NYC’s Village Halloween Parade Looked Like In 1980

    Each year around 2 million spectators, plus over 60,000 costumed participants flood New York City’s West Village area for a parade that stretches for more than a mile, up Manhattan’s Sixth Avenue. The parade dates back to 1974, when Greenwich Village puppeteer and mask maker Ralph Lee asked his children and friends to wear the 100+ costumes he had accumulated through his work. The parade was so popular it was held the following year. In an age before pop-up Halloween super stores like Ricky’s started selling cookie cutter costumes for the masses people used to have to take a more DIY approach to their costumes and a perfect example of this are the following photos from Halloween 1980.

  • Is Your Halloween Costume Offensive? A Handy Flowchart.

    Ebola, missing planes, domestic-violence cover-ups—2014 has been been an onslaught of shitty and depressing stories stacked one on top of the other, and we’re still only in October. So if you’re the kind of person who strives to have the most Zeitgeist-y costume possible on Halloween—the kind of person who loves the idea of wearing all-black military gear and a bucket on your head and calling yourself “the ISIS Bucket Challenge”—this year’s festivities are going to be rough to navigate. (For evidence, type the words “Ray Rice costume” into Instagram to see some people we can categorically say will never, ever hold public office.) Thankfully, we’re here to help—plug your best costume ideas into the top and we’ll tell you if it’s offensive or not:

  • Zoe Cross Works It At The Gym

    Zoe Cross is going to be a staple of RSVLTS.com for years to come. We were first introduced to her earlier this month when she made her Sports Illustrated Swimsuit South Africa debut and now there is this incredible photo set for Stab Magazine featuring the emerging Australian star sweating it out in the gym.

  • 23 Mug Shots That Will Motivate You Not To Get Arrested On Halloween

    There are few things worse than getting arrested on Halloween. Getting arrested anytime sucks ass but on Halloween it’s exceptionally bad. Drunks, in full costume, totally out of there mind, probably crying cause they’ve never been arrested before. It’s a sad tale that repeats like clockwork every year. But the worst part of the whole experience is if you get arrested on Halloween that means a mug shot, of you in full costume, will hit the public web for everyone to see. No one wants to look at a regular mug shot photo of Joe Schmo looking like a glossy eyed drunk idiot but if Joe Schmo is dressed in a Honey Boo Boo costume in the mug shot than it is viral gold that will never go away. So we scoured the internet for some examples of why you don’t want to have a mug shot taken on Halloween.

  • Artists Transform NYC Water Towers To Promote Water Scarcity Awareness

    In an effort to draw attention to the global water crisis and bring art to the New York City skyline, water towers in the city that never sleeps are being transformed with the creative touch of well-known participants. As part of The Water Tank Project, each water tower is being covered in creative, lively, colorful, and powerful artworks by some of the most renowned international artists, including Jeff Koons.

  • Rikk Wilde: The Internet Reacts To The Overnight World Series Sensation

    Chevy cared so much about the World Series that they sent a regional zone manager named Rikk Wilde up to the podium to give Madison Bumgarner his prize for winning the World Series MVP award, a brand new 2015 Chevy Colorado. Rikk did what every normal guy would do on live TV in front of 20+ million people, got nervous as shit and stumbling through his description of the vehicle using the phrase ‘technology and stuff’ much to the delight of thee Twitter community. Because of this epic fail on live TV Rikk immediately shot to the top trend on Twitter and is an overnight celebrity who will be the talk of the internet and morning shows across American in the coming hours. While everyone is poking fun at Rikk, see the live top Tweets feed below, we hope that he takes this is stride. Rikk Wilde Tweets about “Rikk Wilde” #ChevyGuy #ChevyGuy Tweets Photo source via nydailynews.com / DOUG PENSINGER/GETTY IMAGES

  • #WCW: Robin Holzken Because She Is The New Face of Beach Bunny Swimwear

    Remember the name Robin Holzken because you are hearing about her for the first time right here on RSVLTS.com. Beach Bunny Swimwear has a way of creating new stars like Nina Agdal and Melissa Bolona, to name a few, and this week they found a new face of their brand in Robin. We don’t know too much about her but regardless she is our #WCW this week and hopefully 2015 will be her breakout year.

  • Wait, Americans Spend How Much on Halloween? [Infographic]

    U.S. retail sales were disappointing in September, worrying analysts that consumers may be feeling stretched or cautious as the biggest shopping season of the year rolls around. Some retailers make up as much as 30 percent of their yearly sales numbers from October to December. Kicking off the end of year spending season is Halloween. Just how much do Americans spend on trick-or-treating and other Halloween festivities? The National Retail Federation (NRF) forecasts total Halloween spending—including candy, costumes, and decorations—to come in at $7.4 billion this year. Halloween candy alone has run up a $2 billion tab every Halloween for the past three years, though the candy industry says that bad weather can lower the numbers slightly. “We are predicting a slight bump in Halloween confectionery sales this year (1.9 percent),” said Jenn Ellek of the National Confectioners Association. The NCA is expecting candy sales to reach $2.5 billion. Additionally, the NRF says that retailers could benefit this year from the holiday falling on a Friday, as parents will be more likely to take kids out and revelers more inclined to attend or throw parties, boosting costume sales. And don’t forget the puppies: The NRF estimates that Americans will spend $350 more »

  • Hurricane Sandy’s Destruction: A Look Back At 70 Shocking High Quality Photos

    [ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: October 30, 2012] Hurricane Sandy was the most powerful storm to ever make landfall on the United States east coast, north of the Carolinas. It hit southern New Jersey on October 29, 2012 at 6.30pm local time and laid waste to the majority of the Northeast during the day. Currently 48 people across the US and Canada have been reported dead, but the final figure is expected to be significantly higher.  Hundreds of thousands of people are without power in New York and the transit system, schools, the stock exchange and Broadway are all out of action after a 13ft wall of water caused by the storm surge and high tides brought severe flooding to subways and road tunnels. There are dozens of photos flying around the web and we’ve compiled all of them in one place.

  • $13M Bachelor Pad With Amazing Los Angeles Views

    Tip: navigate using the ← left and right → arrow keys Our friends at HiConsumption found this gem. 1525 Blue Jay Way is a stunning Los Angeles property that feels more like night club than a residence. It features views of both the city skyline, and the Pacific Ocean, indoor/outdoor pool/jacuzzi on the view side of the home, street frontage of 260 feet on Blue Jay, large garage driveway with 3.5 garage spaces, window heights of 13 feet (which are extremely rare), and 360 degree roof deck. Buy now: $13,000,000 View Larger Map

  • Tilt Shifting New York City [25 Photos]

    Tip: navigate using the ← left and right → arrow keys Tilt-shift photography is a creative and unique type of photography in which the camera is manipulated so that a life-sized location or subject looks like a miniature-scale model.

  • The Great Burger Debate: Which Fast Food Chain Does It Best? Take Our Poll!

    It’s a topic that is often debated, and now we’re finally going to get a definitive answer to the question of which fast food chain has the best burger. Our poll is inspired by a YouGov poll of 1,157 U.S. residents that revealed Five Guys and Burger King are tied for the nation’s favorite fast food burger, garnering 15% of the vote each. Yet with In-N-Out getting just 9% of the over all vote for best burger we’re feeling like this poll is a big f&%ked up because nothing tops In-N-Out (in our opinion). So we decided to launch our own poll.

  • 10 Timeless Albums That Celebrated Their 10th Birthday In 2014

    The 2004 music year started off with a bang. Britney Spears got married (and divorced 55 hours later) and there was an epic “wardrobe malfunction” at the Super Bowl all in the first four weeks of the year. Later in the year Outkast’s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below became the first rap album to win Album of the Year at the Grammys, Usher sold an astonishing 1.1 million copies of Confessions in it’s first week, Creed broke up, Dave Matthews Band’s tour bus dumped 800 pounds of human feces from a Chicago bridge, intending to unload it in the river, but it lands on an architecture tour boat, Britney Spears got married (again) to K-Fed, Ashlee Simpson lip-synched on SNL then did a bizarre jig and a ton of great artists like Daft Punk, Kanye, The Killers, Beyonce, and Arcade Fire released debut albums. So now, 10 years later, here are 10 great albums from 2004 that are still as good as them they were when they were first released.

  • The Pizzadilla: Do you like pizza? Do you like quesadillas? Prepare to have your mind blown.

    The pizzadilla is what happens when the pizza and the quesadilla get together and make sweet, greasy, cheesy, carby love. And, thanks to J. Kenji López-Alt at Serious Eats and his simple recipe, this food hybrid is no longer something that exists only in your dreams. So now you can make it. Tonight. Y’know, after that post-work ‘relaxing’ beer. It will take 15 mins and you need a cast-iron skillet, or just a thin frying pan if the concept of a skillet escapes you at 1am. Ingredients include two tortillas, a lot of cheese and a tomato base, plus whatever toppings you want *empties out entire fridge*. The cooking process seems fairly fool-proof. There is frying and grilling involved, plus a little light flipping. What you need: 1/2 teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil 2 large flour tortillas that just fit inside your cast iron skillet 3/4 cup store-bought or homemade pizza sauce 5 ounce shredded whole milk low moisture mozzarella cheese 2 ounces grated Parmesan cheese, divided 2 basil leaves, roughly torn Additional toppings, as desired Step-by-step directions: Step 1. Adjust oven rack to 6 to 8 inches below broiler element and preheat broiler to high. Heat oil in a large cast iron skillet over high more »

  • Didn’t Get An Invite To The 2014 Playboy Halloween Party? Here Are The Best Photos.

    The 2014 Playboy Halloween Party was held this weekend, and the bar is set pretty high for whatever you have planned for this Friday night. Our girl Melissa Bolona was there uploading pics with Dan Bilzerian. A photo posted by MelissaBolona (@melissabolona) on Oct 10, 2014 at 11:20am PDT We suspect you didn’t get an invite, don’t worry ours got lost in the mail too, so COED.com pulled together some of the the best photos to give us an idea of what we missed. See all the photos on COED.com >>

  • 14 Brilliant DIY Pumpkin Hacks Everyone Should Know

    Halloween is right around the corner which means you are the lady friend will probably be headed to the patch in search of that award winning pumpkin. If you thought Pumpkin Kegs were the only cool thing you could do this fall think again. Here are a few carving tricks that will save you time and give you the coolest Jack-o-Lantern on the block.

 
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