Posted on: January 15, 2012 Posted by: Olawale Daniel Comments: 1

SOPA author caught infringing copyright Everybody's a baddie under idiotic proposed law, including the lawmakers.

Lamar Smith, author of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), has gotten caught up in his own case of copyright infringement. Jamie Lee Curtis Taete of Vice investigated an archived version of Smith’s official site, texansforlamarsmith.com, using Wayback Machine, a time capsule that captures different variations of website as far back as 1996. This led to the discovery of an original background image that did not credit its owner, photographer…

Posted on: December 31, 2011 Posted by: LULZ Comments: 0

The worst story I’ve ever come across and that definitely really happened the most Cat fight evolved.

“Femanon here. My best friend in high school (and for years before) was prettier than I was. Her boyfriend in freshman year was a guy I liked, but he didn’t like me that way. She was pretty conservative and didn’t put out, but I managed to convince him that what wanted to be raped, that it was her secret fantasy. He did it. Afterwards she cried on my shoulder and…

Posted on: December 25, 2011 Posted by: LULZ Comments: 0

New movie tells the story of Epic Beard Man — but changes the races "Based on a true story" movie will cast an hispanic in place of our white transit hero, and white neo-nazis in place of the black amber lamps guy.

Of course you remember Epic Beard Man. The massively viral February 15, 2010 bus fight spawned a multitude of memes – amber lamps! – and the fighting prowess and unintentional comedy of homeless gentleman Thomas Bruso earned him a permanent place in the internet’s black heart. The AC Transit Bus fight was an altercation between two men aboard a transit bus in Oakland, California, in the United States, which took…

Posted on: December 21, 2011 Posted by: LULZ Comments: 0

Fainting kittens is the most adorable genetic deformity ever As far as debilitating muscle diseases go, this one is hard to top.

You may be familiar with that fainting goats video that went viral many many moons ago. It’s a condition called “congenital myotonia,” an aversion to loud sounds that makes the animal afflicted with it “faint.” And apparently kittens can get it. And look adorable doing so. Watch this video on YouTube That is really freaking adorable. Kind of cruel (though the animals aren’t hurt by this), but adorable. As far…

Posted on: October 28, 2011 Posted by: Evan Hoovler Comments: 0

Five horror movies that were a nightmare for the actors Watching horror movies can cause nightmares. Sometimes, working on a horror movie set can do the exact same thing.

Sometimes terrifying the audience requires terrifying the actors. Directing a horror film by torturing the talent takes a special kind of sadistic bastard. Unfortunately for the people on this list, Hollywood is full of those. Here are five horror films we never would have survived being a part of (and sometimes, people didn’t): Twilight Zone: the Movie (1983) Watch this video on YouTube A Real Life Nightmare For: Myca Dinh…

Posted on: October 27, 2011 Posted by: Daniel Caufield Comments: 0

Top 10 most inadvertently funny movies in horror history You won’t pee your pants out of fear but you might poop yourself from laughing.

There’s been a lot of talk on the web this week about the best scary movies to watch this Halloween, but in the most hit-or-miss genre of all time (besides porn), the real topic should be what movies are the worst (and funniest). Well, I dug through the internet for hours to find you the most half-baked, tacky, cheesy, hysterical scary movie trailers of all time. What I put together…

Posted on: October 4, 2011 Posted by: Stephanie Gutowski Comments: 4

10 most messed up Mass Effect 2 mods Things are about to get dumb.

Prep the Derp Drive, Joker, and set a course for epic lulz. Things are about to get dumb. Days of YouTube lurking led me to this fantastic collection of unintelligible, side-splitting nonsense. I’m starting to believe that the creators of these videos were on some seriously hard drugs and I am concerned for their well-being. Because they need to keep making these. Their ranks were originally determined by the amount…

Posted on: September 30, 2011 Posted by: LULZ Comments: 1

Give 2,500 fucks a minute with ‘The Fuck Saw’ According to stats you're probably a fat slob, so here's an actual product that will solve your embarrassing problem.

At some point in your married life, fisting isn’t as romantic as it used to be. But your fellow hog of a wife still needs pleasing, so wat do? An actual product being sold for $169 + shipping will solve your problem. That’s a lot of money for a gadget, but it can hammer her hidey hole at impressive 2,500 strokes per minute. Quotes from the sales page The Fuck…

Posted on: September 8, 2011 Posted by: Adam Tod Brown Comments: 0

Fun sounding techniques for measuring horrible things When something goes horribly wrong, there are people out there who get paid to measure just how bad things actually are.

The world is full of tragedy and sadness. We’re sorry to hit you with such a downer of an opening line, but there’s no reason to sugar coat things. Life is just absolutely full of misery. But with every storm cloud comes a reason to stay home and drink on the couch instead of mowing the lawn. We call that a “silver lining.” Is there a silver lining when it…

Posted on: June 14, 2011 Posted by: Will Kriegshauser Comments: 0

Five scientific ways strangers can tell if you’re gay (even if you’re in the closet) We don't endorse stereotypes unless they're funny or we have science on our side, and the data is in: the "gaydar" is anything but a myth.

You’ve heard the term. You know the concept. It’s been around about as long as gay culture has permeated mainstream pop culture. In that time, it’s usually been the fodder of lame sitcoms and urban legends—something at the expense of which we’ve all shared a lame Adam Sandler-laugh or two. We’re talking about Gaydar, of course. Gay + Radar = Gaydar = the innate ability to pick the gay person…

Posted on: May 9, 2011 Posted by: Evan Hoovler Comments: 1

6 baffling phenomena that have surprisingly simple medical explanations "Supernatural" mysteries can pass down generations after they’ve actually been solved, as is the case with the following six “unsolvable” mysteries.

Baffling phenomena create gossip. Solving baffling phenomena, for some odd reason, tends to create less gossip. Which is why “supernatural” mysteries can be passed down generations after they’ve actually been solved, as is the case with the following six “unsolvable” mysteries: 1. Alien Abduction What’s this? Oval-headed, bug-eyed, gray visitors from another planet. They immobilize a research target in bed, enter their room and kidnap them. Then they flash bright…