Waste management at its hottest!
"I like the sushi, 'cause it's never touched a frying pan."
*Bumps head on everything.*
Fighting crime... right after this bikini wax.
He can't stop pooping.
Fry me a river.
Tell us just how intimate you're comfortable getting!
~Fall~ in love with a new book this fall.
OTHER AUSTRALIAN CITIES ARE ALSO GLORIOUS.
Is that Mars? The answer may surprise you!
Here are the most impactful, sorrowful, and moving pictures from this past week.
Best exercise for your butt?
We know what's going on in your love life.
Get this baboon some extra fruit.
He'll never go out of ~Stiles~.
There's even one around her bun!
As told by the Canadian singer who literally wrote the anthem, Alessia Cara.
Spoiler: I loved it.
"¡QUE LE MUERDA! ¡QUE LE MUERDA!"
DREAM COME TRUE.
Just quit while you're ahead.
For decades, the freewheeling hippies of Jesus People USA —"God's forever family" — forged one of the most influential movements in Christianity. They were also Jaime Prater's family, until he made a documentary exposing the commune's darkest secrets.
Because burgers are boring.
The zany, post-apocalyptic 2K Games franchise is being adapted into a movie, hot off the heels of Mad Max: Fury Road.
This week, Isabelle Cossart writes about giving tours of neighborhoods in New Orleans that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. Read that and others from Broadly, The Toast, Ebony, and more.
Bye bye, Burning Man attendees.
If you get through this without laughing then you're really something. A couple are NSFW.
Look, I'm only telling you guys because I CARE.
Spare yourself from making the same mistakes.
I thought I was saving his life, but he ended up saving mine instead.
It's all about numbers, baby.
Can you go 8 for 8?
Anyone who doesn't appreciate your velociraptor impression isn't worth your time, tbh.
Pray to the spider gods.
"His holiness is grateful for the thoughtful gesture and for the feelings which it evoked," the Vatican wrote to the author of several LGBT-friendly children's books.
Don't stop beliebin'.
"If we all take a stance and stop being afraid of who we love then we can slowly start creating change," Paola Paredes said of her Unveiled photo series.
Photographer Linda Forsell says her project Children Having Children portrays the reality that many Guatemalan girls face.