Playboy Bunnies :: David Westing/Getty Images
Before we took off for vacation last week, Hot Clicks had a couple of items on the wimpiest/most bizarre team names in sports. Well, you guys responded to the topic in a BIG way and our inbox got overstuffed with entries. We finally compiled all of them and put them into this nice file right here. One of the nicknames on the list comes from Fisher Junior/Senior High School in Fisher, Ill. They're named "The Bunnies." We're gonna go out on a limb and guess that the mascot doesn't quite look like any of the ladies above, but when we read "bunnies," this was the first thing we thought of.
Amanda Beard doesn't seem to like wearing clothes too much.
A 16-year-old boy wanted to drop out of high school so he could play video games for a living. That may not sound totally crazy to some people. But get this -- his parents let him.
Pacman Jones, Amy Winehouse :: Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images
BushLeague.tv says, "For better or worse, today's athletes are entertainers, thinking more about branding their name with a fashion line rather than reporting to training camp on time." Therefore, they're taking an amusing look at the Top Seven Athletes and Their Celebutard Doppelgangers.
A bike flip at the X Games didn't go so well.
Here's Prince Fielder attacking Manny Parra in the dugout last night.
What are the Top 10 Most Overplayed Songs At College Parties/College Bars?
Penn State tailgaters :: Scott Halleran/Getty Images
14 tailgaters bound to annoy you ... Nebraska fans write polka songs for Bo Pelini ... Toughest places to play ... Eight baddest men in college football ... Video: Jet-powered bike.
A new video and a new post that uses college girls to breakdown the NCAA football schedule can be found on our Hot Clicks Facebook group.
This video, found here, is easily one of the top three best music spoofs we've ever seen. It's hard to go wrong paying tribute to Manny by using Barry Manilow's Mandy. (Thanks to Scott S., of Boston, for sending us the link.)
Steve Young, of Mississauga, Ontario follows up yesterday's Wheel of Fortune clip, with this one.
If you like beer, you must watch this. (Thanks to Bill Schaefer, of Latrobe, Penn., for sending us the link.) You also might want to read this.