In a staggering move, all future scientific studies WILL BE REPLACED BY LIBERAL USAGE OF THE CAPS LOCK BUTTON. OK?!
The users of Reddit are currently squabbling over a rather important topic. How many “chuggas” should come before “choo choo”? All aboard today’s stupidest debate.
As it turns out, parents who allow devices in the household actually see an increase in the time the family spends together. There is a slight caveat, however.
This week, an egg was cracked on the scalp of a uniformly disliked politician and made waves around the world. It got us thinking – is it a legitimate form of debate, or not?
Sick of internet conjecture, JK Rowling has announced that her next book will just be a list of who is doing who…and how.
In this country, we have a problem with racism. To be precise, we fear the word more than we do the act itself.
Sonic The Hedgehog was the idol of my formative years. But, as it turns out, he’s just a very common criminal. Tsk tsk tsk.
Over in the US, the Washington Post believes that kid-based-pizza emporium Chuck-E-Cheese is recycling their pizza slices. They took down Nixon, you know.
The news of George Pell’s conviction has the populace of one Victorian prison rushing to welcome him in the proper fashion.
The portrayal of women in fiction is usually either sexual cardboard cutouts or bland nothings. The world of a best-selling French author particularly attests to that fact.
Photographer Mike Emery is in the business of capturing memories and documenting times that no longer exist. He saw China as it was, and has now immortalised that time in a new book.
Over in California, one family is livid with the modern health system, as a robot doctor informed them that their elderly relative will not survive.
The rules of grammar are rules for a reason. They shall not be broken, lest the breakee suffer endless harassment from Nazi types. You know what? Screw that.
‘Tito and the Birds’ offers the viewer a vibrant vision of truly grim existence, in where the birds sing, and man attempts to navigate fear through consumerism. Sound familiar?
After a Sydney man was fined $112 for desperately coveting a service station pie, the legendary folks at the legendary Harry’s Cafe de Wheels would very much like to compensate him. In pies.
The visceral hideousness of a ruined country has now reached the art world, as the Syrian Civil War rages on in Julie Mehretu’s staggering tableau.
Long before famous Australian actresses shook up Hollywood, these pioneering legends of cinema were showing their talent to the world.
Well, the beaus of MAFS continue enduring the hellscape of normalcy, seeing the lives of the dudes outside the landscape they know them in. You know the one, the one that promises drama but doesn’t deliver.
So, you send them a text. So, they don’t text back. I always wondered why, until I figured it all out.
This morning, we lost the frontman of the Prodigy and the hottest man in 90210. However, with celebrity death comes our social media farewells. Disappointingly, we’re discussing the wrong issue.
Last night, the guys brought their prizes home to meet their respective families. It’s MAFS, so you know that it wasn’t delicate.