The good people of Cards Against Humanity have released a treat for only the bravest derelicts. It’s called “12 Days of Bullshit” where, for $12, they will send you 12 gifts over 12 days starting in early December.
North Korea continued to put more pressure over its people as, earlier this month, eighty people were executed in public displays for watching George Clooney movies.
The American public became just a bit more jaded by politics yesterday, as the most coordinated write-in vote in the history of US elections was left ignored.
A virus has begun to spread at an alarming rate, a virus that just may threaten all that we love and hold dear. At least, what we love and hold dear on the internet. The affliction? Giraffe pictures.
In an interview with BBC News broadcaster Jeremy Paxman on Newsnight, erratic comedian-turned erratic political theorist Russell Brand symbolically fired the latest shot of a revolution. An apathetic, philosophical revolution, but a revolution nonetheless.
This year, we’re being pro-active in our approach to Halloween by telling you all what the top costumes of the season will be for the apathetic and sarcastic on a budget. At least, these are the costumes we hope to see.
NY street vendors strive to be mistaken for Bansky himself in the hopes of selling their work for at least 10 times their asking price. Or even just their original asking price.
Fans of The Newsroom and conspiracy theories take Operation Genoa too far.
The One Direction film gives viewers a glimpse of the studio-engineered antics and professionally-directed monologues that they engage in backstage.