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Bill Clinton Storms Celebrity Brains In New Funny Or Die Video

In all seriousness, imagine how delicious Sean Penn's lunch probably would be. I'm imagining a series of ever so sumptuous mousses and foams in an array of crystalline containers. Oh, and of course cookies, since he mentioned them by name. Billy Clinton (a typo, but I'm keeping it) turns to Hollywood's least greatest minds in Funny or Die's "Clinton Foundation: Celebrity Brainstorm" without much luck. Famous people might not be too smart, but at least their hearts are in the right place. Well, at least they are trying. Well, at least most of them are thin. Beautifully, beautifully thin!

Science Says You Should Get Paid for Dicking Around on Splitsider

Guys! Great news! Science wants you to keep reading this site instead of doing work as it will make you better at doing work: Research found that a brief break to watch a genuinely funny internet clip creates a positive mood which in turn leads to greater creativity.

And scientists believe many people subconsciously tune in to classic clips like the couple recreating Dirty Dancing at their wedding just to get into a good mood so they can do their job better. They may also need the lift from a spot of online humour to rejuventate their creative juices after a few dull hours tied to their desks.