People with last names like "Smith" or "Jones" will never understand this pain.
Rest in peace, Tommy.
There's a lot of great stuff out there on YouTube. And also lot of terrible, repetitive, utterly predictable crap that somehow gets billions of views and turns internet morons into viral celebrities. How the hell does that happen? Turns out, there's a very specific recipe for YouTube success, and this is it.
Earth's climate is changing, and the evidence is clear—with the loss of the polar ice caps, earth is obviously going bald. But the debate rages on: does a bald earth need help, or can our planet's chrome dome be downright sexy?
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.
Pinterest is great! You just hop on, search through fun pictures, and pin the images, recipes, and projects you love! And keep scrolling and pinning. And scrolling. And pinning. Until you just can't stop.
Man, imagine if you could go back in time and replace your dull, boring high school science teacher with someone cool. Someone who'd help make you smart, and listen to your feelings too. Someone like Reggie Watts. You literally wouldn't believe all the stuff he'd teach you.
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We live in an increasingly eco-conscious world. With organic food, local crop shares and sustainable business, we can give back to our communities. So why not give a green makeover to one of the oldest trades out there? That's right, we're talking about kidnapping—the sustainable way!
This week, The Onion takes a look at the NYPD's most controversial tactic: stop and kiss. Tensions run high between supporters and opponents in the debate over this police activity.
With a movie adaptation like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, it's easy to get swept up in the pop culture hype, and lose sight of what's really important: how hot are the boys? Fortunately, Philip K. Rosenthal is here with a deeper look.