Seriously, why do these businesses not exist?
Seriously, why do these businesses not exist?
Or maybe we should call them…Swinttleston.
Alas, this wonderful, but very fake, photo of the five living presidents is just another harrowing reminder that nothing this cool ever happens.
“There’s a speaker that’s supposed to be on the back, it’s just little painted dots.”
Nothing like getting trolled in public by a very cute toddler.
Don’t be awestruck by how incredible or heart-wrenching some of these photos may look; they didn’t happen during Hurricane Sandy. Don’t be fooled into sharing these!
An image of a made-in-China hat is everywhere today, but it’s not official swag.
This guy pretended the two person plane they were on was crashing, but surprise! It wasn’t really, just a simple marriage proposal. I would have hit him and said “NO YOU HUGE GIGANTIC JERK. I HATE YOU NOW.” But for some reason this lady said yes.
It’s like “Big Mouth Billy Bass” all grown up. This definitely wouldn’t get annoying after a week.
YouTuber Shoenice22 downs a whole bottle of vodka in 15 seconds flat. Real or fake? Dumb or really dumb? You decide!
Arghhh, potential matey! SeaCaptainDate is either an awesome fully functional dating website geared towards sea lovers and captains alike, or the product of a master troll. They have coined themselves “the destination for romance on the seven seas” and according to Jezebel, has both a spokesperson and real-life users. (via jezebel.com)
Now you know where Indy got all the energy needed to defeat the Nazis. From the European VHS of “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Sorry about the quality.
Atlanta’s hottest new restaurant serves dishes inspired by rap puns. And it clearly doesn’t exist. It’s a viral stunt by social marketing firm Baby Robot Industries. Here are some so-dumb-you’ll-laugh-then-feel-guilty-for-laughing-then-laugh-again items from the menu.
This is how I always imagine Jesus’s ascension into the pearly gates. With all his dignity and harness intact.
Repeat: fake. Even though this mock cover is demonstrably false, it got passed around with such enthusiasm over the Christmas weekend that one suspects people desperately wish it to be true (which hopefully wasn’t the case with the Bon Jovi rumor).
Everything in these photos are replicas. Except for the cocaine. Because it’s Hollywood. (via reddit.com)
George Clooney and Kim Kardashian have never looked frumpier. Concerned about the negative psychological impact of deceitful media images, Dartmouth Professor Hany Farid has developed an algorithm to determine how much a photo has been manipulated through digital chicanery. Here are the worst offenders from his study.
See? Our species isn’t always awful. Following in the prosthetic footsteps of Motala, this is Mosha. An organization called Friends of the Asian Elephant provided Mosha with an artificial limb after she lost her leg to a landmine in Thailand.
You really don’t want to know. Knock off Uggs are made with the pelts of Chinese raccoon dogs rather than than the sheep skin found in authentic Uggs. In order to pass the savings for these counterfeits on to the customer, the raccoon dogs are tortured and murdered in a mind-blowingly horrific fashion. WARNING: Graphic.
Even if you don’t follow sports, this is pretty awesome. It’s like watching a bad high school play. From Monday night’s game against the Rams. What is this, FIFA? Watch Video ›
Be afraid. Be very afraid. Watch Video ›
These disturbing images, obtained by Reuters, show the corpses of three unidentified men who were shot by U.S. Navy SEALs in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. They were taken by a Pakistani security official inside the compound shortly after the raid. None of them appear to be bin Laden himself. Again, these are very graphic. Not for the faint of heart. View List ›
These photos, currently making the rounds and purporting to be of Osama bin Laden’s body, are bogus. More fabrication than a Chinese textile factory. WARNING: A few of these are based on photos of real corpses and are very graphic. View List ›
Lance Mobley filed a complaint with police about this Facebook profile, which he claims was created by his ex-girlfriend’s father, portraying him as a male prostitute and pedophile. All of this happened in the great state of South Carolina. On top of it being virulently homophobic and racist, the grammar is hilariously atrocious. Can you be charged with run-on sentences in the third degree? Maybe hit and run-on sentences? View Image ›
A law firm in Alabama is suing Taco Bell for false advertising, charging that what the fast food giant calls “beef” contains only 36% actual cow flesh. Here’s what makes up the other 64% of the meat-esque substance dripping from your chalupa. This list is based on an official ingredient label obtained by Gizmodo. Read More ›
A law firm in Alabama is suing Taco Bell for false advertising, charging that what the fast food giant calls “beef” contains only 36% actual cow flesh. Here’s what makes up the other 64% of the meat-esque substance dripping from your chalupa. This list is based on an official ingredient label obtained by Gizmodo. View List ›
That’s not where that’s supposed to go.
Ah, the joy and beauty of Oakland! Learn the wonders of the “fabulous vacation wonderland” located just across the Bay Bridge. Ghostriding! Hipsters! They’ve truly got it all. Watch Video ›