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#DailyDish: Buffalo Bills Want YOUR Help

Nov 20, 2014 -- 6:02am

220,000 tons of snow fell on Ralph Wilson Stadium with Tuesday's snow storm.

The Bills are hoping to play Sunday against the Jets and are asking for your help to get the stadium ready.

Anyone who can help dig out the stadium will be paid $10 an hour and hooked up with Bills tickets.

Call (716) 636-4840 for more info.

#Yo!HaveUSeen Video of the Day: Kevin Hart Confronts Jameis Winston

Nov 18, 2014 -- 7:48am

Jameis Winston has made some decisions that have Kevin Hart keeping it real on the FSU campus

#DailyDish: Dwight Howard Abused His 6-Year Old

Nov 18, 2014 -- 6:27am

TMZ learned the Cobb County PD in Georgia now have an active criminal investigation into allegations he beat his 6-year-old son Braylon with a belt buckle.  

TMZ Sports broke the story ... the Dept. of Children and Families in Florida (DCF) determined there wasn't enough evidence of child abuse to go forward, but it turns out the incident occurred in Georgia. Howard admits he hit his kid with a belt  but says he didn't know it was wrong because he was hit as a kid.

Law enforcement tells us ... Georgia cops asked Florida for the file but the DCF dragged it's feet and did not cooperate. So it turned into a cold case until Monday, after Cobb County detectives saw the TMZ Sports story summarizing a doctor's findings that Howard committed child abuse.

A Georgia law enforcement source tells TMZ, "People who were not so forthcoming before today [Monday] have been."  The source adds detectives did several one-on-one interviews Monday and say the case "has not been raised to top of the list."

Howard's attorney tells TMZ, Howard's baby mama Royce Reed is "shopping her baseless allegations" to Georgia authorities even though Florida's Dept. of Children and Families found her claims had "no merit."

For the record ... DCF found the allegations credible but concluded they did not meet the standard of proof required for formal action.

The attorney says he's confident that Georgia will reach the same conclusion because "The truth is on our side."

[TMZ.com]

 

#DailyDish: (NSFW Audio) Wendy Williams Responds To Criticism

Nov 18, 2014 -- 6:08am

'Errbody got an opinion'

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Are You Sending The Right Emoji?

Nov 18, 2014 -- 6:04am

New York's cover story this week proclaims, "Smile, You're Speaking Emoji." But are you? Do you understand the difference between the tongue-out emoji and the winking tongue-out emoji? Today's children communicate almost exclusively in these little smileys, and soon the weak emoji-illiterates in our society will be left behind.

As Adam Sternbergh writes in New York, the "elasticity of meaning is a large part of the appeal and, perhaps, the genius of emoji. ... These seemingly infantile cartoons are instantly recognizable, which makes them understandable even across linguistic barriers. Yet the implications of emoji—their secret meanings—are constantly in flux."

Good news: We know the secret meanings of emoji. Before you find that you're unable to express your feelings to anyone, familiarize yourself with the true meanings of the 12 most confusing emoji faces.

The Grimace

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

Emojipedia classifies this one as a "grinning face with smiling eyes," but it's a grimace. There are shades of anxiety in there as well, as in I get my LSAT scores in 2 days :grimace emoji:

The Whistle

 

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

While this is technically a "kissing face," it is never used that way. The whistle emoji is appropriate to use when someone asks you if you ate the last of the Skittles, and you have no good answer because you did. Not me :whistle emoji:

 

Flirty Blush vs. Pillsbury Dough Boy

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

Two blushing emojis, two different meanings. First is the flirty blush emoji, which is appropriate to use when you are flirting. (?? I've heard.)

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

Next is the creepier cousin of the flirty blush, the Pillsbury dough boy emoji. It tickles! :Pillsbury dough boy emoji: Don't use this.

The Shrug

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

This is the closest emoji to ¯\_(ツ)_/¯, but it's imbued with slightly more sadness. It's Jim Halpert looking at the camera. Your friend: Did you hear The Newsroom got a third season? You: :shrug emoji:

Neutral

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

This signifies an inability to relate to the subject at hand.

The Overexertion

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

Technically, this emoji is classified as "triumph," which couldn't be more wrong. You could reasonably interpret it to mean "mad" or "steaming mad," but its true meaning is "I'm struggling on a treadmill rn."

Panting vs. Silly Wink vs. Poison Control

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

The three tongue-out emojis are easy to get confused. First is the simple tongue-out face, which signifies panting. It comes off as creepy in most situations and should be avoided.

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

Next is the silly wink emoji, which means "hey I just made a slightly off-color joke, don't be mad" or "I'm on poppers!"

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

Last is the poison control emoji, which signifies extreme distaste with the subject at hand. Your friend: Fucking DEREK booty called me last night. You: :poison control emoji:

The Sweaty Smile

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

This is not Singin' In the Rain. This is the nervous, sweaty smile—the *tugs collar* emoji. Off to dinner with my girlfriend's parents! :sweaty smile emoji:

The Man Baby

12 Emoji That You're Probably Using Wrong

The official classification of this emoji is "tired face," but it actually signifies someone throwing a tantrum.

Get it now? If you're still confused, don't worry, you'll probably die soon.

Art by Sam Woolley

[gawker.com story by Allie Jones]

#DailyDish: American Horror Story Script Stolen!

Nov 17, 2014 -- 7:48am

TMZ is reporting that it happened last week in New Orleans.

The stolen scene allegedly reveals how Pepper ended up in the Asylum in season 2.

Pepper is the scariest part of AHS for me.

I'd rather look at Twisty The Clown all day!

 

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