Is your mind blown yet? Then check out this interview with Frank Zappa where the father of the "roughest and farthest out group on the scene today, the Mothers Of Invention" talks about why he hates drugs.
With San Diego Comic-Con 2016 coming up soon it's time to brush up on our convention etiquette so we don't go into the show and tick people off any more than necessary.
Or maybe you're thinking about getting revenge for all those cosplay accessories that have poked you in the eye, all the ginormous backpacks that have punched you in the face, or the body stench that assaulted your senses.
If you're gonna go around taking pictures of everything you eat so you can post the pics to social media sites you should take a note from Melissa Hie and use those pics as an excuse to travel around the world.
Hello Kitty Donut, Tokyo
Melissa posts pics of the delicious street food she discovers during her travels on her Girl Eat World Instragram account, where you can see everything from the amazing looking Hello Kitty donut from Japan to this plain but delicious puff she purchased in Myanmar.
As you can tell the food isn't the only reason people are oohing and aahing over Melissa's pics, and her drop dead delicious images should serve as an example of how to do social media food pics the right way.
Cat owners who let their furry family members go outside know cats like to roam about and survey their section of the kingdom, patrolling the area so their humans aren't suddenly invaded by an army of mice.
But the distance they travel remains a bit of a mystery, since we usually can't see every bit of where our cats go while they're outside.
People have tried attaching cameras to their collars to see where they go, but this doesn't give us a very good idea of the total distance traveled.
So Australia's Central Tablelands Local Land Service came up with the brilliant idea to log how far a cat actually travels using a GPS tracker, so cat owners can see how much their cat actually gets around.
Cats are considered an invasive species in Australia, and yet owners claim their cats always stay close to home, so the Land Service hopes these GPS maps will open their eyes to just how much their cats get around.
And even though we don't expect more from rich kids they still somehow manage to amaze us with how rich they really are, we're talking park your luxury car so you can let your pet racoon out to go potty rich.
Colbert and Carell are both saucy fellows even when they're not hitting the sauce, but after about eight cocktails it was hard for Carell to contain his sauciness, let alone serve as the spokesman for responsible drinking. He looks like he'd be a really fun drinking buddy though!
Everybody deals with their problems in a different way, and even though we've all been warned against using a crutch to help us cope there are certain vices in life that can become part of who we are.
Stoners keep it stoney, drinkers pound shots to dull the pain, and foodies like Guy Fieri stuff their sad little goateed faces, sometimes while listening to Johnny Cash's somehow even sadder rendition of "Hurt". (Barely NSFW due to language)
For some reason the argumentative people in the world love to ask us what we think of certain things, like movies, TV shows or music, then berate us about our lack of taste when we don't agree with them.
Oh yeah, that's because they like to argue about really stupid stuff, like movies and TV shows...
Haters are gonna keep on hatin', but now thanks to this comic by Julia Lepetit from Dorkly you can flip the script when they start in on you for *gasp* actually having your own opinion about pop culture!
If you know any horror movie fanatics, or you are one yourself, then you know that die-hard horror fans like to surround themselves with scary stuff, to make them feel more comfortable in polite society.
But horror heads who work in an office are forced to hide their morbid interests while at work, so as not to scare the suits, and therefore must find sly and creative ways to frighten the place up.
It appears snack food fueled bods are the new standard for sexiness in the 21st century, as the swanky old smokin', drinkin' and carousin' set gives way to those who feed our appetites for sugary sweets.
What does all this really mean?
It means Playboy Enterprises, the standard for old school swank, can no longer afford the symbol of their empire, the Playboy Mansion, so Hugh Hefner is selling it to the co-owner of Hostess Brands Daren Metropoulos.
The sale is predicted to set records for most expensive Los Angeles residential sale ever, as it's expected to cost close to $200 million, but the sale comes with one stipulation- 90-year-old Hugh Hefner gets to live in the mansion for the rest of his life.
One of the unfortunate side effects of geek mania is the never-ending stream of crappy licensed products that flow through the stores like pop culture sewage.
This cheaply made crud often passes the in-store visual test only to fall apart when you get it home, literally making it an overpriced piece of trash.
One poor fella named Nick Borelli was left feeling burned when he discovered the awesome looking Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt he bought from Loot Crate melted while pulling a tray of pizza rolls out of the oven.
No wonder Thanos wants to destroy the Earth!
Nick took to Twitter to warn those who possess the Infinity Gauntlet oven mitt against using it for its intended purpose, but as expected the interwebs was more concerned about Nick's pizza rolls than his hands.
Everyone feels a different level of joy while slipping down a slide, typically ranging from blah to bliss, but some people outrightly hate slides, possibly because they got stuck in one when they were kids.
Judging by the reporter's reaction as she slides down in this video she has either never been on a slide in her life and is totally terrified or she's having the time of her life and expresses joy by screaming bloody murder.
Kids can be mighty crafty, which is why you should always keep an eye on your offspring when visiting a place full of breakable and/or valuable stuff, or else you might get stuck paying the bill.
But sometimes kids don't understand why destroying something, such as a LEGO sculpture, is wrong, because they just see that giant statue made of building blocks as a deconstruction challenge.
It took LEGO artist Zhao three solid days (at a cost of around $15k) to build his amazing looking sculpture of Nick from Zootopia, and it was only on display at the LEGO Expo in Ningbo, China for an hour before a kid knocked it down.
Zhao declined compensation from the kid's parents because he feels the kid didn't do it on purpose, but if a rival LEGO artist suddenly sells a statue of Nick from Zootopia we'll know exactly what that little destroyer was up to...
Unless you live near a beach you visit regularly you probably don't think much about beach etiquette, and that's okay when you're not at the beach.
Help lifeguards do their jobs by letting them know in advance if you plan to drown that day
But when you go to the beach, and the black socks under your sandals start to fill up with sand, it's time to get to etiquetting (etiquettery? etiquetness?) so as not to perturb the “locals”.
When using a portable radio or other music-playing device, keep the volume at a low level for all but the most epic of guitar solos
Having lived my entire life twenty minutes from the beach has taught me these “locals” aren't really local at all, but they still take their beach etiquette very seriously, that is, when they're not busy playing frisbee.
Shout “Heads up!” in the half-second before your Frisbee corkscrews into a crowd of sunbathers
Here's another handy tip for ya courtesy of The Onion, and if you decide to disregard those annoying beach "locals" don't forget the ocean is full of locals too...
Always loudly scream “Shark!” while standing at the edge of the water to ensure everyone is aware that so many species of sharks are endangered and will go extinct if not protected from commercial fishing
A photo posted by Marc Clancy (@powdah) on Nov 1, 2015 at 8:48am PST
Therefore you'll either see Marc Clancy's Powdah FX Instagram account as really gross, extremely controversial or one of the coolest social media accounts out there, and that's because Marc is a bit of a sicko.
A photo posted by Marc Clancy (@powdah) on Apr 10, 2016 at 5:49am PDT
The Powdah FX Instagram page is full of photos of Marc's amazing makeup work, much of which involves optical illusions that make the wounds seem more grievous, and some people think his work looks a bit too realistic.
Museums don't post “Please don't touch” signs because they're being snooty jerks, they post these signs hoping museum visitors will have enough smarts to realize the objects on display are often priceless and irreplaceable.
But some visitors can't help but go full blown Mr. Bean when they're among precious artifacts, and the results are just as disastrous as they are on TV, only not as funny.
A man visiting the National Watch and Clock museum in Columbia, Pennsylvania got the bright idea to paw at a priceless clock on the wall and, as expected, disaster ensued.
It's not surprising when celebrities reveal they come from normal or privileged backgrounds, but when they had to overcome really bad situations to become big stars their backstory becomes inspirational.
And speaking of rebirth, young actress Leighton Meester was tied into her family's criminal activity from birth- because Leighton's mom Connie was pregnant with her when she, and three other family members, were arrested for smuggling 1,200 pounds of marijuana into the country.
Leighton's mom gave birth to her while in prison, and her aunt made the Ten Most Wanted list when she escaped from prison, making the crime that is Gossip Girl pale in comparison.
Hollywood makeup artists have perfected the art of transforming actors into any character imaginable, and yet old age makeup remains one of the hardest transformations to pull off.
Between the subtle ways our facial features change as we age, to the fact that applying too many prosthetics makes the actor look like they're wearing a Halloween mask, old age makeup is still the pinnacle of the practical fx industry.
But how many times have Hollywood makeup artists correctly guessed how an actor will look when they grow old?
As this video by YouTuber filminick shows they're usually pretty far off, but that's because they have to exaggerate for the screen, or they're doing a Benjamin Button style character who isn't necessarily supposed to look like the actor.
Still, who could have foreseen this transformation?
If you could understand what the heck that walking furball is saying you'd discover that Chewbacca is actually a pretty funny fellow, and that's no small feat considering Wookiees have very little patience for comedy.
Chewie prefers pun based comedy to slapstick or observational humor, and when he gets rolling with those puns there's no stopping him.
Of course, it doesn't hurt that he's a massive creature with fangs and elite combat skills, and even audiences who don't fully appreciate his brand of comedy laugh when he delivers the punny.
If you get fired from your graphic design job here on Earth it's not the end of the world because there are plenty of other job opportunities out there for you, especially if you have an impressive portfolio.
But if you get fired from your job on Mars you're pretty much screwed, as Jeff the graphic designer discovered in this aptly titled animated short “Fired On Mars” by Nate Sherman and Nick Vokey. (Barely NSFW due to language)
If you saw the article Miss C recently posted about the giant alligator who nonchalantly walked across a golf course in Florida then you know it was only a matter of time before the gator wandered into Jurassic Park.
It has officially been more than twenty years since the internet became mainstream, so now those pioneers who lived through dial-up modems and the AOL disc-aster can talk to the youngsters about the “good old days”.
But heed this illustrated warning from C-SECTION COMICS and keep your ranting under control or you may end up facing assault charges.
To quote Grandmaster Flash “New York, New York big city of dreams, and everything in New York ain't always what it seems”, a perfectly concise summary of what makes New York such a great place to be a misfit.
The New York we know today is far more gentrified, visually scrutinized and whitewashed in the media, and is actually becoming a less nightmarish place to live- if you can afford the rent.
But back when most anyone could afford to live there, circa the 1980s, the New York City streets were a seedy, drug-fueled and very “alive” place.
NYC was truly a 24-hour town- and usually not in the good way.