Want: Batman Tumbler Golf Cart
This golf cart was customized to look like the Tumbler from the Chris Nolan Batman films and it was actually used on the Warner Bros lot where the films were made! This is perfect for ridding your local golf course of unwanted villainy or doing donuts in the mall parking lot until security calls the cops, in which case just try and catch me!
This is up for grabs on eBay for a ridiculous price and the auction ends in three days. Buy it for me or don’t buy it at all.
(via Nerd Approved)
He sounds better than Lorde tho
I was not at all prepared.
I wasn’t ready.
This is so good.
Best prank ever played. Watch for Amir Blumenfeld’s face as he realizes.
A true CH classic.
18. Erykah Badu (The Soul Sista)Not many women have the ability to inspire us, enlighten us and make us move our feet the way Erykah Badu does. And her style is groovy, too. Frequently shocking and enchanting audiences with extreme hairstyles, colorful ensembles and an intriguing ability to influence her man’s legwear (remember those crocheted pants Common wore?), Erykah always keeps us guessing. Erykah Badu was born Erica Abi Wright, but changed Erica to Erykah, because “kah” is an Arabic syllable which translates to “can do no wrong.” Badu is a name of Ghanaian origin, which the artist adopted to replace what she believes is her slave surname. Early on in her now 15-year career in music, Badu was known for her sky-high African head wraps and was crowned the “Queen of Neo-Soul.” By 2008, Badu rejected this title and the genre in its entirety stating, “Neo-soul is dead. I never knew what that was anyway.” Badu also shocked fans and followers of the natural-hair-movement, with which she was long associated, when they found out that her Afro was actually a wig. Badu also debuted a super-straight, bleach-blond faux-hawk at last year’s Lollapalooza performance. Despite changing her iconic head wrap image and divorcing herself from the neo-soul genre, Badu continues to throw her support behind black culture.