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The 7 Absolute Worst Spinoff TV Shows This Fall

Sarah Palin holding a rifle in a bikini

Some of your professors may claim they don't watch TV except for The History Channel and PBS. To them I say "pssshhh!" My TV has been on continuously since 1993 and, if there are reruns on the major networks, it's tuned to Comedy Central or Adult Swim. So a new TV season makes this my favorite time of year. Read More »

Dominic Coats's picture

Four Tips for Hosting Rosemary's Baby Shower

Rosemary's baby devil eerie face

Dear Mr. Coats,

My best friend of almost 20 years, Rosemary, recently became pregnant with her first child. I am absolutely thrilled for her and her husband, and was honored when she asked me to host her baby shower. I accepted without any hesitation, but now I am having some reservations. Read More »

Jerry Landry's picture

18 Reasons to Believe Peyton Manning is Actually a Cyborg

Peyton Manning holding a flip cell phone

Ever since his second neck surgery—and his prolific numbers following—I've always been suspicious that Peyton Manning had become a government experiment in robotics. Read More »

Wesley Jansen's picture

8 Steps to Overcoming Your Anxiety, Hopefully

Girl biting her hand

Have you ever had a nightmare before? Do you often feel nervous before taking a really big exam in school that will determine your professional future? If you were in an old, dark house completely by yourself and you saw a large, vaporous entity progressing toward you at incredibly fast speed, would you become a bit frightened? Read More »

Eric Koeppel's picture

10 Simple Death Hacks You Need to Know

Grim reaper giving the thumbs up

1. ​Keep a Nintendo DS in your burial outfit.

I've never been stuck in a human-sized box six feet under ground for all eternity before, but I'm assuming it gets super boring after a while, so playing Duke Nukem on a fully charged battery should kill about six of those lonely hours. Read More »

Jodie Leidecker's picture

How to Be a Successful Writer in 5 Difficult Steps

1. Live in two cities.

Although it can seem daunting to have to pay for two houses, it is crucial that on the back flap of your book, it says that you live in New York City and ___________ (choose a second, usually more rural location). Do not underestimate the importance of having two homes to being a writer, despite seeming to have nothing to do with telling a story. Do not ask why—go and do. Read More »

T. E. Samad's picture

6 Bizarre Things You Can Deep-Fry, But Probably Shouldn't

Unless you're a member of the Church of Deep Fried Goodness, or from Scotland, it won't be much of a shock to find out that the listed items below can actually be subjected to the sizzles and fizzles of the fryer. Just to be clear, these listed items aren't bizarre in and of themselves, but it's fair to assume that adding them to the list of deep-fried foods is far from... normal. Read More »

Ryan OCarolan's picture

How to Score Drugs in 7 Easy Steps

Whenever I write an article or post a video, I can usually expect to receive a fair bit of mail. One question that regularly crops up is, "What drugs are you on, and where can I get some?" While the answer to the first part of that question is fairly straightforward (a cocktail of whiskey, ketamine, and paprika), the second part really does deserve a more in-depth explanation. Read More »

Janet Eve Josselyn's picture

5 Reasons Why Your Parents Raised a Pussy

Your parents were born in the 20th century, which explains why they are old and why you are only half the man or woman they were at your age. Many of those parents were born before Xbox or hands-free headsets existed and before Al Gore invented the internet. So they had unlimited time to explore the world around them. Read More »

Wesley Jansen's picture

7 Things You Should Know Before You Graduate from College

WARNING: The following article is not intended for mature audiences. It is intended for college graduates and those pursuing their degree. It is poorly written, opinionated, immature, highly offensive, and unsupported by research. It lacks thematic unity, and it contains extremely bad transitions. Read More »

Eric Koeppel's picture

10 Less-Popular Relaxation Soundscapes

Look, I get it, it's nearly impossible to fall asleep in a world fueled by 5-hour Energy drinks, Java Monsters, and Dewskis. But what are you gonna do? Stop drinking them?! Get real, man. What you need is one of those sweet relaxation soundscapes that your step-mom plays at her massage studio. Read More »

Drake Ramora's picture

How Anilingus Can Cure the Obesity Epidemic

There is currently a massive obesity epidemic spreading throughout the Western world. Well, I say "the Western world," but it's really only the Anglo countries of the Western world: Britain, Ireland, Australia, and the USA. So why is obesity not spreading through France, Germany, Spain and Italy? They have Coca-Cola. They have McDonald's. So what's going on? Read More »

Ryan OCarolan's picture

A Teacher's Guide to Shooting Students

A year ago, South Dakota became the first state in the USA to create a law specifically permitting teachers to carry guns into schools, and several states now have similar policies in specific school districts. Read More »

Matthew Chard's picture

Batman and Robin Debate Comic Con's Top 10 Moments

Batman and Robin at Comic Con 2014 San Diego

San Diego Comic Con 2014 has come and gone, thus marking another successful year for the world's largest pop culture (read: nerdy) expo. As always, the event was a mixture of highs and lows. We saw some great films of the future being teased, as well as plenty of five-hour line-ups, over-priced merchandise, and 400-pound men dressed as characters from My Little Pony. Read More »

Nick Hilbourn's picture

A Financial Approach to Having Sex as Quickly as Possible

Hi, Nick Hilbourn here, financial and sexual consultant. When I first had business cards printed that expressed these two (supposedly) estranged topics, I usually heard astonishment at my expertise in two very "different" fields. (I should note that the person asking the question did not put quotation marks around "different," I did.) Read More »

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