Real Talk: You Can Make $13,000 A Year Selling Your Poop

In Medford, Mass., peoples' butts are making it rain.

Yesterday, a Washington Post article explained that people donating fecal samples to a Massachusetts clinic could theoretically rake in $13,000 a year. That's a lot of dough and by dough I do mean money. Gross.

While many have dreamed of making money WHILE pooping (also known as "taking a long poop at work"), few have ever endeavored to ask: can my poop itself make me money?

Key & Peele: 'East/West Bowl Player Names' Part 3

Key and Peele are back with another hysterical version of their football names sketch. I can't for the life of me understand why it's consistently hilarious for them to say stupid names while switching their facial hair around, but it just works. Be sure to check out “The Key & Peele: Super Bowl Special” tonight at 10/9c on Comedy Central. Sick.

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3 Types of Crushes

Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and love is in the air. It’s also a time when crush confessions are revealed and in this video, DavidAlvareeezy explains his types of crushes. Check it out.

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7 Types Of People At A Super Bowl Party

Are you going to a Super bowl party this weekend? If so, you will encounter one of these people as Nikki Limo explains. From the commercial-obsessed fool to the person who has no idea how football is played, the game watching gets more annoying thanks to these people.

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9 Flawless Latina NFL Cheerleaders

These cheerleaders not only cheer, they are students, entrepreneurs, world travelers and proud to be Latina.

Man Listens To Voicemail From Deceased Wife

Stan Beaton kept a voice mail message for 14 years as a final tangible record of his late wife, Ruby. Unfortunately, Virgin Media upgraded their system and accidentally deleted the message.

Fortunately for Stan, 11 Virgin Media engineers searched "thousands of recordings" and were able to get his message back. Seeing the moment where Stan hears it again will melt your heart. Touching.

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Selena's Hometown To Host Festival In Her Honor

20 years after her death, Selena Quintanilla is still known to her fans as “La Reina.” Today, her music is still played on radio stations in the U.S. and Mexico, the movie “Selena,” is played around the clock on Fuse (I know, I just watched it this past weekend) and her spirit continues to live in the hearts of her many fans. With her presence still very much alive today, it’s hard to believe she's not with us anymore.

To honor her legacy, Corpus Christi, the city where Selena grew up and was buried, will host Fiesta de la Flor (Festival of the Flower), a two-day festival on April 17 and 18. Selena's 44th birthday would've been right before the festival, on April 16. The fest is being hosted in Bayfront Park and according to Selena's sister, Suzette Quintanilla, it'll be an annual event. Fun fact: Fiesta de la Flor is named after Selena's song,"Como la Flor."

Performances by Chris Perez (Selena’s former husband), Los Lobos, Las Fenix and Jay Perez will take place at the festival, as well as a screening of "Selena." Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for kids 5-12, and free for children ages 2 and under. Can't make it to Texas? All good, you can still share your thoughts and love for Selena by using the official hashtag, #FiestadelaFlorCC on all social media. La Reina lives on forever!

Awkward Handshake Prank Ends Hysterically

YouTube prankster Andrew Hales picked the right guy to prank in his latest video. He asks a stranger if he knows which way the library is. Once Andrew gets his directions, he awkwardly tries to shake the stranger’s hand and once it gets weird, the stranger starts cracking up.

The stranger catches on that he’s been recorded and then goes on to introduce himself to the “hidden” camera as Nick. He takes a bow and can't stop laughing which in turn will make you laugh. It’s a nice reminder that people can laugh at themselves. Nick don’t stop laughing in life. We need more people like you in the world.

Meet Disney's First Latina Princess

Is Disney finally listening to one of its biggest audiences and creating a Latina Princess? The answer is yes! A Disney insider confirmed with us that the company is creating its first Latina Princess named Elena of Avalor, a princess who is “inspired by Latin cultures.”

According to Nancy Kanter, executive vice president and general manager of Disney Junior Worldwide, princess Elena will be introduced in an episode of Disney Junior's "Sofia the First" and will have her own animated series titled “Elena of Avalor,” starting in 2016.

While the inclusion of Elena is a small step on Disney’s part to include a Latina in the princess franchise, we can’t help but wonder why Elena is being introduced in an animated series and not a feature film like all the other Disney princess? The most recent multicultural princess that was inducted into the franchise was Tiana, an African-American princess from the 2009 animated film, “Princess and the Frog.”

Actress Aimee Carrero, who is Dominican and Puerto Rican, will voice Elena. We're anxious to see if Disney rightfully portrays this character to her “Latin culture.” Disney, you have a lot of little Latina girls who will be watching, no pressure.