Danny Gallagher is a freelance writer, reporter, humorist and all around nice guy living in Texas who is a regular contributor to TheFW and has also contributed features, essays and stories to Maxim, GameTrailers, Aol, TruTV's "Dumb As a Blog," Cracked, Mental Floss, CBS' "Mancave Daily and Spike. He also likes puppies and cookies. He can be found on the web at www.dannygallagher.net and on Twitter @thisisdannyg.
10 Signs Your Parents Take Easter Way Too Seriously
Easter is right around the corner, one of the more kid-oriented holidays on the calendar. It features colorful eggs, a giant talking rabbit and more candy than even a Cadbury executive could stomach.
10 Weird Toys Every Kid Got for Christmas
Admit it; you're the weird kid that desperately wanted a 'Westy Betsy'. Good thing your Dad gave you that baseball glove, you pansy... and Furbies still creep the crap out of us!
Discovery Channel Fires ‘Dirty Jobs’
One of the Discovery Channel's longest and dirtiest series will apply for its last job this season.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Halloween
Shakespeare described the “witching hour” as a time “when churchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out, contagion to the world.” Author Washington Irving described Halloween night in his classic 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow' as a set…
Cassette Tapes Could Make a Big Comeback
Remember the good ol' days when you didn't need some kind of magical, electronic device like the iPod to listen to your music? Cassette tapes haven't completely disappeared from our existence. In fact, they might just be the way of the future.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown’
‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ might be the best-known Peanuts television special, but the gang’s Halloween special also cemented its place in television history. Sure there wouldn’t be a Halloween cartoon without the holiday one, but there wouldn&C…
Save Your Pennies By Making Your Own Shamrock Shake at Home
McDonald's Shamrock Shake usually comes once a year around St. Patrick's Day, but as the holiday passes, so does the elusive tasty beverage. Now you don't have to be in March (or Irish) to enjoy one year round.