Parents are concerned about how active their kids are. But rather than, you know, taking their kids outside, they’re relying on Fisher-Price to get their kids moving without actually going anywhere.

At CES, Fisher-Price introduced a new stationary exercise bike for kids to ride and that parents can just plop an iPad in front of and forget about. Finally, a way for your kid to play video games and feel the burn.

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According to CNN, “The system is Bluetooth-enabled so the bike could work with the apps played on platforms such as Apple TV and Android TV. App dashboards tell parents how much time their child has spent peddling and what he or she has learned in that duration.”

So now not only does your kid get hours of guilt-free screen time, but also they can enjoy all the healthy obsessing over exercise that their parents do. A toy that brings the whole family together.

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When we awoke on New Year’s Day 2017, we were in a post-Hollyweed world. Yes, the sun was still shining, but for billions around the globe, the world had changed without notice because a pair of artists changed the Hollywood sign to read “Hollyweed.” Their impact on the year has yet to be measured.

Since the emergence of Hollyweed, people from all walks of life have been inspired to use the Hollywood sign as their canvas and photoshop and Snapchat as their paint brush. A new meme was born on January 1st where people change the Hollywood sign to read something else. January 1st shall no longer be known as New Year's Day. January 1st shall now be known as Hollyweed Day.


Check out some of the best new Hollyweed signs.

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Can we just stop Justin Timberlake from doing stuff?

It’s enough that he’s an acclaimed singer, dancer, and actor, but does he have to be good at free throws, too? And this is just him messing around the court, sinking half-court shots. What's next? He gonna be really good at predicting what month comes after April? 

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The rage. 

I mean, maybe he could be good at cleaning up the ocean or getting humans to Mars, things that would benefit all of us instead of just making us feel bad about ourselves. Right? Then again, we’d probably be just as annoyed at that too.

JT, give it a rest. Enjoy your millions of dollars and, what seems like, a really nice and supportive relationship with Jessica Biel.

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Peter McGraw, co-author of the new book, The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny has developed a new theory of humor: the benign violation theory. The theory is that the idea that humor only arises when something seems wrong or threatening, but simultaneously seems okay or safe.

To put McGraw's theory to the test, we're subjecting eight successful humorists to the Ultimate Venn Diagram Joke Tournament! Can they combine benign concepts and horrible violations and come up with hilarity?


Be sure to read them below and vote for your favorite!

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