Pop Crunch

I’m not sure about you, but I’m a sucker for ranked lists of things. I always feel compelled to challenge a list, or come up with my own lists, as I did with the nine best blogs post and the top 100 singers of all time post.

So, it’s kind of a rush to find a site like Pop Crunch, which is not only a celebrity/gossip site of today’s pop culture, but has multiple top whatever number lists that will tickle your fancy. I’ve come across lists like 12 reasons a geek will steal your girlfriend, 65 famous people who lost it all, 135 famous people who struggled with depression, and one that I’m betting our friend Sire will really like, the 100 hottest women of 2009 (on this one, I totally disagree with the top 10, and most of them I don’t even know; man, I’m starting to feel old).

I have to admit that I think the site is done really well, and the ads aren’t all that intrusive. It’s got articles; it’s got pictures; and it’s got controversy, mainly because of the articles. It also has gossip, and is a true fan site of famous people, the part I could probably do without, but there’s so much more here that if you happen to like today’s pop world, this isn’t such a bad site to go to.

Oh yeah; I’m also probably mad because, well, I still think Mariah should be on any hot women list; bah!


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8 comments on “Pop Crunch

  • Boyz II Men says:

    I’m with you on this one Mitch. I live and breathe “Top X” Lists and will be sure to review the top 100 hottest women. You know… just to see if I agree with you… not like I want to or anything.

    Having checked out 100-90 so far, some of their choices seem sketch. Boo for Kim Kardashian, I’ve never seen anything great in her. Yay for Alicia Keys though move her up higher, that woman has gotten prettier and prettier.

    Thanks for the recommendations though, I’ll be checking out the site further.

  • The list of celebrities/famous people with depression was interesting. There are some that I knew about for a long time, but others I was a bit surprised about.

    ~ Kristi

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  • hey Mitch,
    I’d be curious if you could track the links in this post, which one would get the most clicks. My guess would be: “the 100 hottest women of 2009” which is what I clicked through to. I didn’t recognize many of the names on 100-81, and then realized when I clicked to 80-61 that I’d have to click three more time to get to the top ten and got bothered. Why can’t they put them all there, or start at number one? I guess they want me to see more ads but they lost me. Maybe I’m getting old (and cranky) too. 🙂 ~ Steve, the cranky trade show guru

    • That’s an astute observation, Steve, and of course they did it on purpose because they know most people will jump to the top of the list immediately if they could. And you actually can if you figure out how they’ve created the pages, but what fun is that? It is all about making money, and they want to make sure to maximize as much as possible.

  • I definitely love reading “top 10” lists. I think they are all the rave of the Internet these days. In some cases they can be very educational and a perfect simple reference tool for writers, too.

  • Actually, the number of stars who didn’t graduate high school would probably be much more fun.

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