It’s over. The idiots won.
Blood! Pain! Apocalyptic violence! The two genres have a lot in common. Can you tell them apart? H/T this Reddit thread.
The rudest typing game you will play today. Enormously NSFW.
Please enjoy this powerful and important tool for democratic engagement. NSFW language.
Over 100,000 people marched. This being a British protest, there were plenty of jokes (some of them NSFW).
The authors of The Book of Everyone gave out over 3,000 postcards to people in the UK and the US asking people to share something anonymously that they have never told their dads. Here are a few of the responses they claim they received.
Enter your postcode to find out.
Life doesn’t end when illness begins.
Happened five years ago. Still funny.
According to a survey of GPs.
The best of #moviesceneswithspeechbubbles. Via The Poke.
Here’s what people using the anonymous secret-sharing app Whisper have to say about the general election.
Chat’s slogan is “Life! Death! Prizes!” There’s certainly no shortage of death.
Recently a snarky map of the rest of the UK according to north Londoners went viral. I wanted to turn the tables, so I asked my northern friends to label the tube map. Here are the sweary results.
Londoners’ frustrations have been turned into public art. Via London Is Changing.
“Hit Like if you prefer Chicken Cottage over other chickens.”
Visit Britain asked Chinese people to give literal names to some of our best known landmarks. Here are the delightful results, translated back into English.
It’s unlikely anyone these days would call their child One Too Many, or That’s It Who’d Have Thought It.
“Slide into the DMs: when you send a direct message to someone on Twitter confidently and smoothly” - Urban Dictionary.