We asked and you delivered. With over 3,000 comments on this year’s Scary Story contest, this year’s submitters brought their best—sharing hair-raising, spine-tingling tales that were so scary that certain Jezebel writers were forced to sleep with their lights on. These are the ten most terrifying.
The Browns tweeted out the winner of their schedule challenge this morning, and when everyone clicked through to the lucky person, they found a bunch of spammy-looking links. So, everyone believed a spambot won the contest. The Browns deleted the congratulatory tweet, and the internet made fun of them for being the…
On Thursday, Burger King announced @letsgolakers086 as the winner of an all-expenses paid trip to this year's Final Four. It would be the highlight of a lifetime for many people, but it's just another March for this Los Angeles woman. After all, Wheat Thins sent her to the Final Four just last year.
It's abundantly clear that Astros bullpen coach Craig Bjornson is the Face of MLB. But he deserves to be the face of so much more.
We shared this photo of Dan Snyder showing off his new kicks, and told you to have fun with it. You came through, once again proving that you're amazing and talented and don't have busy jobs. Dan Snyder gives all you a big thumbs-up.
Privilege: so sweet to have. But even sweeter to not have. Privilege has its benefits, but the lack of privilege confers that sweet, sweet moral superiority. With that in mind, we have decided to determine who, exactly, has the least privilege of all.
New GM Masai Ujiri is already cleaning house, and there's speculation that the Raptors, approaching their 20th season, could be in for a full rebranding. New uniforms, new colors...even a new name? Here's where you come in.
At halftime of Sunday's Missouri Valley Conference final, a 24-year-old student made the shot of his life. Alex Permann needed to hit, in order, a layup, a foul shot, a three, and one from center court, all within 24 seconds, in order to win $50,000. After he sank his half-courter, he thrust his arms up, jumping…
Sometimes our readers send in great tips that yield unexpected, rich, fascinating stories. And sometimes our readers send in tips that are powerfully useless. This is one of those times. But if you can see where this useless tip was going, you can win a prize. Read on:
Yes, yes: We've said we're pretty much over any and all photos of Rob Gronkowski without a shirt. And we meant it! But as soon as we saw this image of Gronk on one of the covers of ESPN The Magazine's forthcoming "The Body Issue," we just knew it was ripe for your photoshops. I mean, look at those ... hands? Just use…
It's Friday, and we feel like giving away stuff. Take your best shot at captioning this screencap, and we'll award the best one an actual prize of some crap from our desk. We'll announce the winner Monday. Have at it!
We asked you on Monday, after a particularly objectionable item ran in the New York Post, to write the dumbest story ever about Derek Jeter. You did not let us down.
Earlier today I suggested that Brian Lewis's New York Post piece today was the dumbest thing written about Derek Jeter.
We can't stop marveling at the brilliant juvenile hijinks displayed last night at the Kansas State-Missouri game by the young man sitting directly behind Doug Gottlieb, which our own Tim Burke so memorably captured in a .gif we posted this morning. But there's no reason for the fun to stop there; the natural next…
UK freshman Vincent Swope is notorious in the Wildcats student section for dressing up like a referee, but his half-time half-court shot for $10,000 is making him a folk hero.
When we put out the call last week for photoshops of the fantastic perp walk photo of Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain (above), we knew you'd be up to the challenge; we knew you'd make us laugh like all hell at the sheer absurdity of it all. And you didn't disappoint. In all honesty, I was a little…
When we first saw the above photo of Rolando McClain after he was arrested yesterday in his hometown of Decatur, Ala., on misdemeanor gun and assault charges, we kind of thought it had already been doctored. I mean, just look at that facial expression, at that playful tilt of the head. But the photo, as is, was…
Boxing stumblentator Larry Merchant took to the ring after Floyd Mayweather got headbutted, dropped the headbuttist with two quick blasts of questionable fury and broiled in the stew of booing judgement. There was no question that something magical was about to occur.
Larry Merchant had a little word war with Floyd Mayweather after Mayweather's controversial victory over Victor Ortiz last night. But when he turned to the camera, he gave an expression for the ages. For all ages. For many situations.