July 4, 2013
Okay, okay. So maybe America's tired of hearing about those delicious croissant-donut hybrids of international fame. That's fine. But in a move that's the first awesome thing to come out of Canada since the Bryan Adams hit song, "Why Do You Have to…
Re-imagined album covers, a nod to the producers, and even some creative nail art!
The revolution will be Instagrammed. There will be duckfaces.
Henry Liebman, an insurance adjuster, broke all kinds of records with the fish he caught neat Sitka, Alaska last week.
This week: sex, alcohol, ice cream, and ripped jeans "headaches."
Also one of the smartest and most glittery.
Sick of America today? Take a trip to the Motherland, where local advertising is сумасшедший.
A friendly reminder to take things slow, because sometimes they can get out of hand, like, really surprisingly fast.
"Summertime, and the living is - ARGHHH."
What is it about Corey that makes girls okay with sharing?
The answer may shock you: mind-control zombie fungus.
In a secret recording obtained by a U.K. news organization, Rupert Murdoch indicates that he knew of the practice of paying for information.
Because if anyone's used to being in an uncomfortable position, it's a cat.
"It became so easy to use my homosexuality as a wall to get people to instantly like a two-dimensional version of me that I found it hard to even be real with people."
In case you're stuck in a cave. Or Canadian.
Thanks to photographer Jon Uriarte.
As a great president now known simply as "W" once said, "They hate our Freedom." The statue reopened to the public today.
They just never get excited about anything. Such a shame.
So dangerous and yet so intriguing. Show these six videos to your dog to inspire them to be brave this holiday weekend.
Fish and chips and seagulls.
Not feeling the 'Murican spirit? Here are some ways to spend the day without having to hear "You're a Grand Old Flag" on repeat.
What if William Shakespeare wrote Star Wars? Boing Boing has an excerpt.
Well this is alarming. Taken from 10 Billion, a new book by Stephen Emmott.
Of course, we're rooting for him. But that doesn't mean we can't enjoy a few gags at his expense.
Well played, boys.
"Yeah, the Pledge of Allegiance mentions God — as of 1954. And 'In God we trust' is on our money — as of 1956. Which technically means people who believe in the separation of church and state are the real conservatives." — John Fugelsang
The Nepali LGBT advocacy group the Blue Diamond Society announced Wednesday that 28 lesbians, 21 gays, 12 transgenders and 1 bisexual would run in the November 19 election.
Nathaniel Hawthorne vs. The Situation!
Want to find out what Oxford Uni students think about Gove's educational reforms the moment the fall out of a nightclub at 3 in the morning, as well as whether they prefer one night stands or a long term relationship? Well now you can.
The reality show is deep in controversy with this year's cast and the repercussions have already began
The military, and a formerly passive majority. “I trust the couch party.”
These fireworks are tryna front, but we all know who comes out on top.
If you were afraid that Depp's portrayal would be racist, well — yes. But he's still the best thing in this terrible movie. SPOILERS!
Some very surprising celebrities have moonlighted as novelists.
Trust me, that long line isn't so bad.