Yeah, no, I’m good with having just clicked on this video, figured out what’s happening, then clicking away. Maybe you want to watch the whole thing! It’s a free country.
Here is a very bad tweet:
Dressing up as Ray Rice for Halloween is a bad idea. An even worse idea is dressing up as Ray Rice for Halloween and wearing blackface.
Do you ever wonder, when you are doing sex with someone, if the position you are in is dangerous? Recently, a site called Likes.com—which cannot be taken seriously under any circumstances—did us the service of informing us about some of these dangerous positions. And they're not particularly obscure ones, like…
Try to see how long you can stare at this gigantic monster shrimp before becoming wildly uncomfortable and convinced that something totally just crawled across the back of your neck. What if I told you that its eyes are on stalks and can move independently from each other?
James Rodríguez nailed home a penalty kick to draw Colombia within a goal of Brazil, and the first thing to celebrate with him wasn't a teammate but this giant green scary-as-shit bug. WHAT IS THAT THING?
Yea, that's not a penalty.
OK, you guys, seriously, you need to stop doing this. It's been more than a year since everyone decided that it was fun to lazily fist Game of Thrones into the NBA for no other reason than they are both things that people of a certain demographic are aware of, and now all that fuckery has trickled its way down to…
Every sports-themed cover of "Royals" is a no-good, stupid idea, but this one really takes the cake. What makes it so much worse than all the others? I'm gonna go ahead and say all of it.
Nope. I don't like it at all. Not one bit.
We need to talk about Kevin Durant's nickname.
Something very bad happened to Sebastien Courcelles, a hockey player in Quebec's Ligue Nord-Americaine de Hockey. During a recent game, Courcelles had his face slashed open by a skate blade. I'm going to show you a picture of Courcelles's face now, but it is very gruesome and super NSFW.
Meet WildCat, the latest robotic creation from the species-betrayers at Boston Dynamics. WildCat can run 16 mph on flat surfaces, and although it hasn't yet acquired a taste for human blood, that will surely change in the near future.