A Call of Duty youtuber is livestreaming his legs literally rotting away Diabetic drunkard ONLYUSEmeBLADE refuses to seek treatment for the rapidly expanding sores, which are being cheered on by "leg hole" fans as they gradually consume his discolored limbs in daily livestreamed updates.

Friends and fellow youtubers — even Keemstar — have repeatedly tried to get him help, but Brian ‘Blade’ Risso, the semi-famous Call of Duty youtuber who now resorts to livestreams for drink donations, refuses any kind of treatment that might …

Silicon Valley douches now drinking untreated pond water for “health benefits” And paying a fortune for it.

People in clown world epicenter, San Francisco, are spending up to $60 dollars to drink the untreated water. Sold by a company called Live Water, bottles of the filth are flying off the shelves, according to the New York Times. …

The future of humanity depends on this secret society and their 200 million samurai They can raise 200 million samurai at will.

Did you know there’s a war on for the future of humanity? The White Dragon Society meets up in a televised conference in Japan to discuss how they’re going to take over the world with their 200 million samurai they …

Meet the guys who buy RealDolls in this awkward documentary They say love is blind, but can it also be synthetic?

They say love is blind, but can it also be synthetic? This extraordinary film meets a group of lonely guys who have fallen in love with their customised, life-sized dolls. Watch this video on YouTube Real StoriesReal Stories is the …

Everything you never wanted to know about the giantess fetish Meet the giantesses who eat, smother and crush puny, little victims—and the men who worship them.

People crave partners in all shapes and sizes. Tall, round, petite, or waif-like, there’s a body shape for everyone. But when your thing is for a 50-foot-tall female giant with a lust for stuffing small men down her XXXL panties, …

The Mystery of Larry Wachowski Could the co-creator of The Matrix real life truly be stranger than fiction?

Byline: Peter Wilkinson. Originally published January 12, 2006 in RollingStone (archive: archive.is/Y1xcB) and disappeared at some point since then. We can’t be sure of the reason for this disappearance (possible clue in the next link), but it will most certainly …