You know that crippling feeling of doubt you get when your friend doesn't get the funny YouTube video you're watching? It's your brain warning you that you're playing a dangerous game. One with potentially deadly consequences.
Did you think becoming an internet music celebrity was hard? Pshhhhhh. All you have to do is repeat stuff. Seriously. Just repeat stuff.
What is it with unboxing videos? At best, they're poorly-focused movies of disembodied hands fumbling with packaging. At worst, they're a platform for some jerk to brag about his new gadget. Trust me—this is the only iPhone 6 unboxing video that won't make you retch.
Ever wonder how websites like BuzzFeed make their bazillions of dollars? All that viral humor follows a scientifically precise formula. And the gurus of giggles are here to explain exactly how to hit that jackpot.
It's happened to all of us: You buy one random thing online, and all of a sudden every ad on every website is trying to sell you more, more, more of that same dumb thing. Like they know where you are. Like they're following you. Stalking you. Like they're out. To. Get. You.
Maybe you don't want to commit to a playground friend for life. Maybe you just wanna meet new people, just have a casual game of hopscotch. Thankfully, there's a new app that's disrupting online playdating. Meet Kinder.
Here's hoping you did something more exciting than what these two were up to this weekend.
OKCupid is in some hot water after people found out it performs "experiments" on its users. But how bad is it really? The free dating website's CEO is here to explain exactly what's going on.
People with last names like "Smith" or "Jones" will never understand this pain.
There's an epidemic sweeping this nation: grown-ass men, unable to take even the most basic care of themselves. For just the cost of a cup of coffee every day, you can help these adult dudes act like adults. Won't you please call today?
Rest in peace, Tommy.
Peter Rosenthal's here this week to review the new Planet of the Apes movie. No, not the one from 2011. No, not the one from 2001. Nope, not 1973, 1972, 1971, 1970, or 1968. No, the other one.
Dude! Get off that dumb computer and come check this thing out! Come here, dude. Seriously. Come here.
David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest is one of those encyclopedic books that you'd be proud to say you actually finished. Just don't suggest it as a title for your book club. Trust us.
Hey kids, let's go down to the museum where you can see how back in ancient times people used to ride around on dinosaurs! It'll be fun and educational!
This week, Amazon put out a teaser video of people reacting to a mystery product the company will reveal on June 18th. The first version of the video never showed the product, but we got our hands on the uncut video. Now you can see exactly what those smiling people had their fingers in.
Mark Zuckerberg turned 30 this week, which gave all of us nearly-30-somethings a reason to reflect on our chances of becoming the next social media billionaire. But not everybody's willing to admit that Zuckerbergian success is probably not in their future.
Did you bring the stuff?
Anime legend Hayao Miyazaki has a whimsical style and plot complexity all his own. But what if his masterpieces followed the anime tropes we know so well? Whoa Ponyo, you sure look, uh, different.
Instagram went down for a while today, bringing everybody's Saturday brunch routine to a screeching halt—how do I drink this latte without showing it to the world?! But these bros somehow found a way to have a weekend breakfast run that went even worse.