Chuck Palahniuk reads children's book 'Fight Club 4 Kids'


"We'll call it the Horsing Around Club, and we'll just f***in' go to town on each other, just visceral disturbing sh*t, y'know?" The only thing that would be better than Chuck Palahniuk reading Fight Club 4 Kids would be if this book were real. (via) Read the rest

Broga: Yoga for Bros

"Linebacker II"
Manly mindfulness for mellow macho muscle men.

May Contain Peanuts: grim philosophical remixes of Charles Schulz funnies

A tumblog of greatness.

A startup that will feed you while making airplane noises

The startup that will come to your house and put your trashcans out and bring them in again implies a dystopian world of entitled one percenters and vast, desperate piece-workers, but I never dreamed it would go as far as Here Comes the Airplane. Read the rest

Disrupting Richard Scarry

Updating Richard Scarry's beloved Busy Town for Silicon Valley corpthink been done before, but never with the depth and persistence of the Welcome to Business Town Tumblr. (Thanks, Fipi Lele!) Read the rest

Tinder, reviewed as a game

Gita Jackson and Maxwell Neely-Cohen apply a traditional video game reviewer's eye to recent years' hottest downloadable sensation. Read the rest

WATCH: Dinosaurs' Earl Sinclair does The Notorious B.I.G.'s Hypnotize


Not to be outdone by Muppets doing The Humpty Dance, here's Earl Sinclair from Dinosaurs doing "Hypnotize" by The Notorious B.I.G., courtesy of Benjamin Roberts. Only 90s kids will get this! Read the rest

Beauty tips for male Lego execs

Hugh writes, "Lego published annoying 'beauty tips' for young girls; Elbe Spurling has a nice response: beauty tips for male Lego executives." Read the rest

Hilarious, bawdy princess rap battles

Youtube sensation Whitney Avalon has a brilliant new entry to her amazing Rap Battles series: a rude, hilarious battle between Belle and Cinderella, starring Buffy's Sarah Michelle Gellar. Read the rest

Generic YA dystopian novel (Twitter edition)

The @Dystopianya account is tweeting an entire cliched YA dystopian novel in bite-sized chunks. Read the rest

Nathan Barley: old comedy turned out to be a documentary about our future

When Charlie "Black Mirror" Brooker came up with his trustafarian new media parody Nathan Barley for TV Go Home, no one suspected the character would last this long -- or be so relevant. Read the rest

Having the brakes removed from your car is a personal decision

Scientists may say that brakes save lives, but virtually every car-wreck co-occurs with panicked braking -- did you know that in the old days, cars didn't have brakes? Read the rest

90s-style Internet hype ad for Facebook

This is a great parody and not just because it points up the goofiness of those AOL and Compuserve ads from the 90s, but because it shows how far Facebook has moved our social norms into the creepy-zone by pursuing its surveillance business-model. Read the rest

Honest posters for 2015 Oscar nominees


The good folks over at The Shiznit "decided to make new posters for the nominees that tell you what you can really expect." Above: Grand Budapest Hotel. Below: American Sniper. Read the rest

Freedom of speech is now compulsory

A timely reminder from Scarfolk town council. Read the rest

WATCH Princess Leia walks NYC's streets

It's a pretty straightforward sendup of the now-notorious 10 hours of catcalls video, but manages to pack in some pretty awesome Star Wars jokes. (Thanks, Jah Furry!) Read the rest

Too Many Cooks: the imaginary, bizarro-world 1980s sitcom

"Too Many Cooks" is an 11-minute opening credit reel for an imaginary 1980s sitcom that tells a very funny, very dark, story that becomes more improbable, and more inspired as the minutes tick by. Read the rest

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