The host of NPR's awesome news quiz/comedy extravaganza, "Wait Wait…Don't Tell Me!", has put up his annual Halloween display. It is a nativity scene of evil. I heart it. Image via Peter Sagal's Twitter account. Which you should be following.
The Santa Clara Men's Cross Country team is a glorious sight to behold. The team's headshots have recently been circulating across social media, and the goofy photos — all featuring some sort of ridiculous mustache — are a huge hit. The East Bay Times explains: The growing of mustaches for team photo day is a… READ THE REST
Lemons become lemonade when these actors read real-life Yelp reviews. Here's one about a bad chuck-e-cheese experience, and here's one about a man stuck in his hotel room with a gnarly case of food poisoning. These negative yelp reviews become extra hilarious when read in serious voices paired with dramatic background music. I can't get… READ THE REST
If you've ever had multiple furbies in your home, you've probably had a chuckle watching them speak gibberish to each other. The silliness of furbies talking to each other is taken to a whole new level in this conversation between 25 Furbies. The way they're all sitting in a giant circle makes it look like… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. If we've learned anything from the great Sriracha shortage of 2022, it's that nothing is safe and sacred anymore. Even if your troubles are beyond hot sauce, the least you can do… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Communication is the key to, well, almost everything. Understanding and being understood is so core to the experience of life that species will do almost anything to make sure they're heard… READ THE REST
Life can be hectic, which is why so much of our day-to-day activities have shifted to online services. But, one thing that's been difficult to move to the online world is keeping track of your health. While you used to have to account for all the time you'd sit in traffic on the way to… READ THE REST