Today is the day of eggs (and Jesus), but for those developing an alcohol addiction, or subject to lactose intolerance, it may certainly be your last.
The Easter Bunny was able to give us a moment in his busy schedule to outline the five things he believes has made him so successful.
Babs, Jan, Neen and Sandra offer heavily salyed insights into the works of beloved children’s author Dr Seuss. Goes well with green ham.
Say goodbye to the scalpel, as science believes there’s a better way to tackle invasive surgeries. Disclaimer: It involves electrical current up your bits.
For whatever reason, the world of science won’t leave we hipsters alone. They now believe dogs are cleaner than us. Just leave us be…ard.
As a fan of David Lynch’s work, I found myself allowing him to steer me through transcendental meditation. It’s better than a damn fine cup of coffee.
While protesting has always been part of us, pushing for change with the hands of extremism is new in the human experience.
Ellen asking us to boycott hotels we cannot possibly afford is internet slacktivism in its purest form. We’re able to make a stand without doing anything. Vive la révolution!
This morning, Jim Carrey dragged Benito Mussolini on Twitter, which quickly provoked a response from the dictator’s granddaughter, and elevated the internet into lofty new heights/lows.
The legendary Dotty LaFou returns, this time with some sage advice on how to survive this very stressful modern existence. Well, sort of.
That particularly titanic vessel has struck the iceberg, with Theresa May promising to quit on the condition that her unbackable version of Brexit passes. You read that right.
Apparently, there are robots who can make more coffee (for less) than we human baristas. I’m not giving up my morning shift without a fight. Step up, brew.
The internet followers of the ‘black pill’ believe that the only inherent value left in the world is what can be achieved through acts of extreme violence. Christchurch certainly fit the bill.
If you’re still unsure which way you’ll vote today, we call bulldust. We know exactly who you’re voting for, and we have the test to prove it.
Due to rather disappointing news, it seems our partners are not nearly as smart as we assume they are. We should blame us – if we were smart enough to understand.
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.
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?
In this country, we have a problem with racism. To be precise, we fear the word more than we do the act itself.
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.
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.