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Click Bait: Hungry? Try Daily Caller

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Today’s Click Bait was designed as a riddle and it comes from the Daily Caller’s Koala McDidgeridoo. The brain teasing challenge of wits being presented to the reader asks one simple question: “What do these 8 photos make you think of?” and gives a slideshow of 9 photos.

Each snapshot appears to be of flawlessly beautiful models and celebrities enjoying some form of iced cream or popsicle treat while posing and eating said treat in a very provocative manner. Without ruining the surprise ending and giving away the mind-boggling answer to the riddle, we at FishbowlDC urge our readers to give in to temptation, end that internal struggle!

Click that Bait here.

Celebrity Fight Club: Douglas Swings At Pelosi

DouglasPelosiWhile rummaging through the photos snapped at the Ploughshares Fund Gala last week, which featured Secretary of State John Kerry, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Oscar and Emmy award winner Michael Douglas, FishbowlDC came across this unnoticed, yet disturbing, picture taken after the event.

WARNING: Following the jump will lead to fake news and trick photography.

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Hey Michael Douglas: Say Cheese!

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We sent the intern, Drey Dailey, to the Michael Douglas event at the U.S. Peace Institute last night. Among the important things he got from the experience was this selfie. “SUCH a nice dude,” he said of meeting the actor.

The point of the night was for Sec. of State John Kerry to lay out “diplomatic efforts” to ensure a safer world. Douglas was the emcee, a natural choice considering his role in “Behind the Candelabra,” the movie on Liberace in which he has quite a kissing scene with Matt Damon.

Tragically, Douglas did not dress up as Liberace for the evening.

Morning Joe Razzes Politico’s VandeHei

Unknown-2images-2It’s a real cozy relationship between MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and Politico. This morning, the show’s co-hosts Mika Brzezinksi and Joe Scarborough continued to needle Politico President and CEO Jim VandeHei about his new title.

“I can feel the power sitting one seat away from him and I’m melting,” cooed Brzezinski.

Meanwhile, Scarborough promo-ed the segment saying they didn’t want to go to VandeHei but “Mike Allen wasn’t available.”

Ouch!

Dumbass Pitches: Author Explores Satan

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In continuing with our series of really, really stupid ideas that people send us, we have a special Halloween entry into the Dumbass Pitches Hall of Fame.

Have you ever sat down after a hard day at work, cracked open an ice cold beer or popped the cork on your favorite bottle of wine and thought to yourself, “Is Satan really alive and well in the 21st century?” Of course you haven’t, that’s a stupid question and you have more important things on your mind. But author Dr. Karl I. Payne has, and he came up with his own, completely make believe answer, too.

Yes. Yes the devil is alive and well in the 21st century and he wants to eat your baby or some complete and utter nonsense like that. Read more

Comedians Take to the Streets of D.C.

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This weekend, The Kennedy Center will honor star of television and stage, comedian Carol Burnett with the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. In support of the prize, Capital One Bank is taking to the streets  to ask Washingtonians to share a laugh for a comedy legend in the #sharealaugh truck as it rolls through the city.

 

Find out where the #sharealaugh truck will be…

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Click Bait: Milk Does A Model Good

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Got models? Or, err, got milk? Got milk models? Yeah, that’s it! Got milk models? Because The Daily Caller does. In fact, it has 8 models posing in 1940′s pinup positions wearing nothing but Grade A Whole Milk (or possibly 2 percent).

The slideshow is a combination of artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz’s latest and most wholesome body of work. According to DC, the artist used nothing but a camera, milk, and a bunch of naked ladies to create this stunning array of naked women in milk. Give it a look, but be forewarned. You might not see a bowl of cereal the same way ever again!

 

Politico’s VandeHei Razzed For Big New Title

chocolate-and-blue-swirl-vase_8-beautiful-vases-for-your-homeEven though Jim VandeHei, the new President and CEO of Politico, isn’t on the journalism wing of things anymore, it didn’t stop him from appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” today and discussing politics and the shutdown.

This was his first encounter with the Mika Brzezinksi, Joe Scarborough and Willie Geist since the Sunday evening announcement of his new title. His former position at Politico was Executive Editor.

After Geist made the big announcement, Mika cooed, “So powerful, fancy.” Geist asked, “Do you have, like, expensive rugs in your office now and vases?”

VandeHei took the heat in stride, saying, “My office, it reeks of rich mahogany, yes. I’m going to start speaking in a deep voice [he said, faux deepening his voice]. Clean up my language a little bit.”

Photo Wars: Atlantic Discovers Bachmann’s Weiner Phobia

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In which we find photographs on partisan news sites that run the worst possible picture of a person from the opposing party. (In this case, The Atlantic isn’t necessarily partisan, but they did choose a risque photo of the congresswoman.)

Molly Ball asks an age old question in the headline of her story: Do Politicians Care If They Get Caught Lying? Although the story is pretty politically neutral, it does feature an epic picture of Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) evidently wigging out while mustarding-up a corndog (no, that wasn’t innuendo). Bachmann’s quirkiness meets her social awkwardness, and the interaction occurs right on her face.

Even though The Atlantic’s doesn’t really push a particular ideology with the story, the left gets a point for Bachmann’s goober-moment with a piece of fried meat on a stick (again, zero innuendo intended).

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WaPo’s All-Beef Gene Weingarten

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Hey Gene, do you maybe want to hang out sometime?

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