In what may be the biggest case of mass hysteria ever experienced in the history of the internet, everyone in the planet speculated tonight about what's the color of a stupid dress. Some people even claimed it changed color.* Others looked for Photoshop analysis or scientific explanations. Here is the true color.
I love/hate documentaries like Room 237, which presents crazy fans' conspiracy theories about Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (like the idea that the Moon landings were a hoax filmed by Kubrick himself.) That's why I love this parody connecting the surprisingly successful musical Pitch Perfect with 9/11.
Most hackathons are where brilliant minds come together to try and invent something amazing that can maybe change the world. This is not one of those hackathons. This is the Stupid Shit No One Needs and Terrible Ideas Hackathon.
Belgium-based ad agency Duval-Guillaume has a new clever campaign using human life-risking stupidity gone viral to raise awareness about organ donation. I can imagine the concept working perfectly with those daredevil videos we sometimes post in Sploid.
Police have released this hilarious security camera video of a young man trying to steal an art piece that commemorates World War I from the Castle Fine Art Gallery in Birmingham, England. Obviously, the gallery's security staff caught him as he stepped out of the museum.
Many years ago these two engineers drank a keg of beer and decided to transform a 1969 Cadillac into the fastest hot tub in the planet. After several attempts their carpool is ready—now they are asking for your help to take their invention to the Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, and set their silly speed record.
I can understand adjusting movie formats to fit a screen. I can understand bleeping offensive words on regular networks. But changing entire iconic lines from movies like The Departed, Scarface, The Usual Suspects, or Pulp Fiction into absolutely ridiculous stuff is almost offensively stupid—and hilarious.
I didn't know about YouTube comedy series Enter the Dojo so, when I first saw this absurd video on 100 ways to attack the groin, I thought it was real. I blame Karate Kid and its stereotypical portrayal of America's suburban mall martial art gyms and the people that populate them.
Those Russian kids may be crazy but, if they fall from the top of those buildings and towers, it will be their problem. One day, they may make a mistake, fall, splat against the ground, and that would be it. This reckless biker, however, is playing with his life and the life of others, at least missing five collisions…
OK, folks, we started this whole strangers kissing viral craze and we have had enough of it. This video of dogs kissing for the first time is the end of this stupid trend. They are not models and they like to sniff each other's butts and that's all we need. Enough is enough, people. Carry on.
The Oscars 2014 feel like (are?) a commercial for Samsung, with Ellen DeGeneres flashing a Galaxy Note and taking selfies left right and center. It's ridiculous. Backstage? She actually used her iPhone, of course. PR people will never learn.
This is Dan, a 38-old-year old woodworker from Maryland who claims he has only eaten pizza for the last 25 years. Cheese pizza. Exclusively. He says he didn't stop eating it despite being diagnosed with diabetes. That's when doctors told him he had to change his diet if he didn't want to lose his life or his limbs.
Christ. An awesome lunatic wasn't happy with just dragging his knee while making a high speed motorcycle turn so he decided to lay his head and drag that on the gravel too. Because, well, there's nothing cooler (or more out there) than scraping your noggin' on the street while going well past the reasonable speed…
Ryan Broderick is in hell now. I'm in hell now. You're probably in hell. Because hell is seeing everyone retweet the stupid mugshot of stupid Justin Bieber as he stupidly ruins his stupid life while stupidly thinking he's as cool as Johnny Cash. Poor delussional broken toy.
The funny thing about these bacon-scented dryer sheets—and wall dispenser!—is that some smart entrepreneur is probably making a real version of this new prank pack in somewhere in Brooklyn. But the one I really want to be real is the NapSack.
This horrible new tank—the shamelessly named 2015 Chevy Suburban—is the only car with six USB ports and six power outlets. Doesn't that sound stupidly overkill? Not in suburban America! Just imagine all those kids playing Candy Crush on their iPads while they are not using the USB ports for their surveillance…
Some things are just too dumb to not be fun. Here's the Android KitKat logo, in 3D, which you can drag around and spin in circles, for no reason at all, except that it's the funnest.
Because sometimes it's just fun to scream at each other for no reason, let's figure this thing out.