Disagreeing with someone on the Internet is the entire reason there is an Internet, right? Well, after surviving this tale, you’ll never criticise again.
Recent study shows listening to hip-hop unlocks creative part of brain, lowers boundaries that say “no”. Do we subscribe to this theory? Yeeeeaaahh, bbbooooyyyeeeee!
With the tiny kitchen trend far from stale (thank you, Katy Perry), I think it’s time we look at what we created – in abject horror. Make the tiny pain stop.
The rise of Trump raises an important question. If you happened to be a dictator, how would you design your office? Well, there’s some important design basics you should be aware of.
If there’s a day for the use of large words to impress people, surely Valentine’s Day is it. Time to hook bae with the length of your perspicacity, yeah?
Finally, an app that matches disgruntled singles, not based on shared values but on mutual distain. “Hater” is looking pretty enticing – at least, to those not too bitter to entertain such technology.
The collective roargasm described by the press gallery post-Turnbull’s volcanic QT spasm was done so in a lazy pursuit of headline, and sans the proper objectiveness.
There’s something odd happening to me. In my 31st year, I’ve found that the tired, short-tempered geriatric me is now the norm. And the missing, “fun” me gives me the heebie-geebies.
Fake news, alt-facts and doublespeak is here to stay. Fortunately, I’ve developed a failproof method to debunk it. The Dave test.
It wouldn’t be remiss to call it a new low. The same day our PM was called “Trumble”, we discovered that we should “Tuck Frump”. Dearie doo.
A recent study has confirmed my worst held fears – using your phone on public transport is no longer considered rude.
A hollow goodbye with a slow clap, The Terminator revisited, and a man with no filter painted his English brown… But who were the winners and losers?
Centrelink’s Christian Porter is gonna give it the old college try… where the college is the pocket Nazi fratboy dorm from Animal House.
While we’ve barely clung onto our sanity in 2016, the meme has held our hands through the darkness. In tribute, we’ve dug out our favourites of the year gone by.
Is your lexicon a bit limp? Do your synonyms sag? Well just in time for Aunty June’s yearly visit, Vocab-extender #5 injects some festive fare to put her in her place. That braggard.
Yesterday, Jerry Lewis shot back into relevance with his outstanding hate for an interview he was giving, which got us thinking…has that been topped?
I’ve inadvertently discovered a loophole in the Secret Santa routine (call me the Grinch, it’s fine). Now to breathe new life into an ailing tradition…
With the silly season upon us, it’s best to glance at other cultures for Christmas inspiration. Or for lols. You know, whatever.
An unsuspecting student was ambushed by his future career, all spectacularly captured on wobbly phone footage. Well done, Internet.
2016 has been a banner year for abject insanity, and it only fits that fake news has seen its renaissance. We, like all great thinkers, were consistently stooged, so here are our favourites from this year.
Gather ’round ye voters come one, come all for a tale ’bout Christmas with your favouritest pol…itician. I think that works.