Alfalfa From “The Little Rascals” Actor, Bug Hall, Was Banned From Twitter For Pushing His Dangerous “Parenting Methods”
It looks like it’s high time for Butch to lace up his shit-kickers to beat the shorts off of the actor who played Alfalfa in 1994’s The Little Rascals movie, because former child actor, Bug Hall, has been telling on himself by talking about his cruel parenting techniques on Twitter. Bug, who was caught huffing next to a dumpster back in 2020, has four small daughters. Apparently, he’s gone the “Radical Traditional Catholic” (or “TradCath”) route which means that he’s been teaching his daughters about “marital debt.” Because of these tweets, his account has been permanently banned from Twitter. Trigger warnings galore head.
A couple in Indiana accidentally stumbled upon the perfect deterrent for those pesky Mormon missionaries: a rainbow-trimmed doormat that reads “Gayest Place In Town.” The New York Post reports that Jamie Foust and her wife Melissa bought the $10 doormat from Target back in June cuz they thought it was funny. Two months later, their doorbell camera caught two clean-cut Latter-day Saint boys approaching their home, prepared to proselytize. But before they can ring the doorbell, one of the Mormons spots the doormat. He reads the word “Gayest” out loud, and immediately follows this up with a “Nope!” Then they turn on their heels and leave. Why waste their efforts on heathen homosexual homeowners? Ya can’t save ’em all! Continue reading
Former MLB Star Ben Zobrist Has Sued His Pastor For Sleeping With His Wife During Marriage Counseling
Ben “Zorilla” Zobrist is a two-time World Series champion who played for several Major League Baseball teams including the Chicago Cubs, the Oakland Athletics, and the Kansas City Royals. I know, why do we care, right? Because he’s in the middle of suing his pastor for banging his wife, Julianna Zobrist. There it is! We’re back to relevant Dlisted content. He’s filed a lawsuit against pastor Byron Yawn (who went against his last name by getting involved in a cheating scandal) in Nashville and is asking for a combined $6 million in damages for an “inappropriate sexual relationship.” A lawsuit for cheating? Tristan Thompson better watch his back!
A couple of days ago Rihanna posted a sexy tittay Instagram pic to show off her new Savage X Fenty satin boxers. You may be thinking, “Rihanna being sexy on the ‘gram? And this is news… why?” Well, RiRi was wearing a necklace featuring the Hindu god Ganesha. And commenters have called her out for cultural appropriation and being “mad disrespectful.” Ganesha is one of the most worshipped Hindu deities. He has the head of an elephant and traditionally represents success and wisdom. Clearly, wisdom was not the thing running through Rihanna’s head when she chose to pose topless with the pendant.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. A movie I’ve never seen, but continue to joke about on a near-weekly basis. Apparently, double Oscar winner Mahershala Ali co-starred in the film as old-man-baby Brad Pitt’s adoptive father, with Taraji P. Henson playing his wife. Recently, on Common’s podcast, Mind Power Mixtape, Mahershala explained that he originally had a sex scene with Taraji in the script. But, because the actor is an Ahmadi Muslim, he told his agent, “I don’t do simulated sex.”