Imagine competing with this guy for an spot in an apartment.
We all know how awkward trying to find a roommate can be once you’ve put your room on Craigslist. The poorly written emails, the hope that the person you’ve asked to come meet you isn’t a complete psychopath, the gaps in conversation. Running Late host Scott Rogowsky decided to get ahead of the awkwardness the only way he knew how: by turning his apartment into a talk show set and interviewing potential new roommates he found on Craigslist as if they were guests on his show.
It’s easy to say when you’re rolling in sex wipe money. via Andrew WK
Andrew WK has lived many lives: party king, failed ambassador, sex wipe spokesman. When a man lives that much, he gains a certain wisdom that you can’t get when you aren’t endorsing sex wipes. So of course, Marketplace asked the man to impart some words of financial wisdom. WK suggested investing your money in a low-interest but safe savings account, and also- nah, just kidding. He said to spend your money with reckless abandon. (more…)
Like we’ve said before, we’re huge fans of Andrew WK, even if our coverage of him has usually been skeptical. But, he loves to party, we love to party, our interests pretty much fall in line. And his newest stunt, sitting outside in Times Square and drumming for a full 24 hours starting tomorrow, is something we can definitely get behind. (more…)
Look, we all face the point sometimes where we don’t feel so fresh. Like, down in your crotch. It makes sense. You wear tight jeans, you’re walking around all day, things aren’t gonna be smelling like dryer sheets down there. But that’s OK! Or maybe it’s not, at least according to Playtex and Andrew WK, who’s their new pitchman for their ridiculous sex-themed baby wipes for adults, called “Fresh and Sexy.” Should you buy a pack of these for eight dollars? Oh hell no. (more…)
UPDATE: As we predicted, Andrew WK will not be traveling to Bahrain as any sort of cultural ambassador. It turns out that the rocker merely had an invitation to speak—but even that was revoked because it didn’t pass muster with the State Department.
A State Department spokesperson told us the following: “Andrew WK had been invited by the US Embassy in Bahrain to be part of a cultural speakers program, but upon further review, the program was canceled because it did not meet the standards of the State Department.”
We don’t yet know why the appearance was canceled—or who had the notion to invite him—but it’s clear that Andrew WK will not now be Bahrain’s “Cultural Ambassador of Partying,” as he wrote on his web site, and was never going to be exactly that in the first place. Nor will Andrew WK be sent to the Middle East “in the tradition of the American Jazz Ambassadors” from the 1960s, as he also proclaimed on his site.
WK has issued a Twitter reaction, and seems pretty floored by the way things have unfolded.
I’m just blown away. After a year of planning, the US State Dept. just canceled my Middle East trip because I’m too party.