Explainer: Who Is Slender Man and Why Would Two Girls Kill for Him?

News broke last night that, according to Wisconsin police, two 12-year-old girls recently lured a friend into the woods and stabbed her 19 times. Then, when questioned, they allegedly claimed they wanted to ingratiate themselves with "Slender Man," a monstrous urban legend created by the Internet. » 6/03/14 1:08pm 6/03/14 1:08pm

Your Open Relationship Is Horseshit

There was a dude on Reddit today who proposed an open relationship with his girlfriend, only to have the whole thing blow up in his face when his girlfriend managed to score vestigial lovers and he couldn't do likewise. Any normal person will tell you that, unless your name is Gene Simmons, open relationships are… » 5/19/14 5:09pm 5/19/14 5:09pm

A Redditor Has Been Leaking WWE Outcomes [Update: WWE Response]

In February on r/SquaredCircle, Reddit's pro wrestling forum, one poster kicked off a "prediction series," asking users to pick who they expected to win at that week's Elimination Chamber pay-per-view event. The winner was a user named "Dolphins1925," who posted just minutes before the start of the event, and nailed… » 7/15/13 3:17pm 7/15/13 3:17pm

Here's Jarron Collins Wearing An "I'm The Straight One" T-Shirt

Reddit user shreaderman posted this photo of Jarron Collins, brother of Jason Collins, who came out last month. Being identical twins, he now gets mistaken for his more famous brother, which can be a hassle when trying to get through airport security, or when he just wants to go out without getting hit on. (Jarron is… » 5/16/13 9:26am 5/16/13 9:26am

The 10 Commandments Of Basketball Refereeing

Last week, FIBA Asia held its annual referee clinic in Singapore. Along with boring clerical matters like getting licensed, attendees also received a pen! With a roll-out scroll featuring FIBA's 10 Referee Commandments. Like Moses down from the mountain, a Reddit user has passed along the wisdom contained within. » 2/06/13 3:10pm 2/06/13 3:10pm

Chris Kluwe Rickrolled Roger Goodell In The Commissioner's Reddit Q&A

Roger Goodell briefly exposed himself to the internet masses on Reddit today, answering roughly nothing of interest and talking around anything remotely controversial. ("The blackout rule has served us well for several decades." "[Uniform regulations] were put in place in the 60s and have served us well.") » 1/28/13 3:35pm 1/28/13 3:35pm