You know what time it is! Web Roundup is when I compile stories I dig
I don't know if you guys follow Teen Mom, but obviously, I do. If you don't watch, you'll have no clue what I'm talking about, so just skip this story. I was catching up on my DVR shows the other night and OH-EM-GEE! I don't advocate
My prayers went unanswered, though. Le' sigh. Maybe next time? I really don't like Farrah, you guys. Oh well, moving on.
Rob Kardashian and his fiance, Blac Chyna (real name Angela White) have been all over the place since the birth of their daughter, Dream. The on again, off again couple are the epitome of dysfunctional. Allegedly Blac assaulted Rob and moved out of the couple's home, taking baby Dream with her. Now we're hearing they're back together just in time for Ms. White to go to the K-dash Christmas get-together. Well played, Blac, well played.
If you've had the misfortune of visiting your local BMV lately, you already know there are some new "rules" in regards to having your photo taken. These rules vary by state. Four states have now banned smiling if your teeth are showing. That baffles me, because what's more identifiable than someone's grill? Amirite? You also have to tuck your hair behind your ears so they are visible. As if taking a good driver's license photo isn't hard enough all on its own. Jeesh. Maine, however, must be very lax with their photo rules. Because this Pagan priest was granted the right of donning horns in his driver's license photo. WHUUUU?
Phelan Moonsong (which I presume isn't his government name) says unless he is sleeping or bathing, he always sports his goat horns. While this was disputed and ultimately overturned, citing religious beliefs, Mr. Moonsong managed to keep his horns. And you thought your photo was bad.