people have hands. Some of them use these hands to pick up and
manipulate objects. The word “handheld” is used to describe feats such
But take a moment to imagine a world where nothing ever
became “handheld”. Couch Potatoes: Imagine that your television remote
was as large as a coffee table! Retail Cashiers: There are no portable
price scanners; enjoy typing the barcodes of all oversize items by
hand! Bestiality Aficionados: Good luck grasping your favorite horse’s
genitals! But thankfully the nightmare of “no handhelds” never came to
We live a life of handhelds, and video game systems are no
exception. What follows is a guide to all your favorite portable game
consoles past and present. If you have any complaints, don’t forget you
aren’t paying for any of this.
collection of worthwhile articles, infographics, websites,
non-websites, strange videos, non-strange videos, and customer reviews
of products you'll never want to buy, written all in capital letters.
This week: Asshole CEOs, Abandoned Theme Parks, How Little Sleep You
Actually Need, Mistranslated Movie Titles, Somewhat Disturbing Babies,
The Hazards Of Male Nursing & The Wonderful Sweaters Of Cosby.
Sure, maybe I like to make fun of bad costumes from time to time, but
I'm no bully. So that's why I'm gonna try to be extra nice when I write
the captions for these clunky and unsettling pictures I found on the
website of What
Appears To Be A Small Rental Center In Virginia.
Honestly I think that's all the explaining I need to do. So join us,
won't you? Thank you.
I was violently ill most of last week, so this'll be two
week's worth of hastily thrown-together links instead of just one. I
can only hope you are able to contain your excitement at this
unprecedented turn of events.
Here's what I've got this time: The Life Of A Con-Artist, Avoiding A
Natural Disaster, Horse Urine Info, The Battle Against Impotence,
Dietary Supplements That Actually Work, The Best Time To Do Everything,
And How To Get A Brain Bleed In 8 Easy Steps.
Recently, I performed an internet search for "Worst First Date Movies".
I did this because, at the time, I was interested in reading a list of
offensive or controversial films which might make for awkward
first-date viewing. Unfortunately, none of the articles I managed to
find fit this description.
Some were simply lists of mildly scary or violent horror films ("Don't
take your date to see Chuckie or The Grudge 2!"), others were filled
with blatantly obvious or borderline idiotic choices ("Deliverance!
Schindler's List! Kids! Caligula!"), and most of the rest appeared to
have been written by brain-damaged ESL students battling prescription
drug addictions ("Number 10: Aids disease is not become laughing. But
does your date? Potential.")
So seeing as none of these were particularly useful to me, I decided to
attempt to fill this void by creating
my own list of Bad First Date Movies. And while I can't promise you
quality, I can promise some measure of quantity. So there's
Oh, and also, I reveal nearly every single meaningful plot point in all
these films. So take that into account before you read this.
collection of cool links, infographics, strange blogs, offputting
videos, and a bunch of other stuff that defies categorization.
This week: Awkward Stock Photos, Chinese Hell, The Most Hated Baby
Names In America, How Long You Could Survive On Just Beer, Mrs.
Doubtfire Returns, Donkey Kong Grows Up, Why Teachers Are Getting
Screwed, & A Christian Rap Video That Will Blow Your Mind And Not
In A Good Way.
collection of interesting links, and whatever other crap
I found lying around on the internet.
This week: Lots Of Sexy Sex Infographics About Sex, The
Commercialization Of Easter, More Over/Under Toilet Paper Roll Wars,
Why Prices Still End In 99, Brand Names vs Real Names, Self-Destructing
Internet Messages, A Look At Which Planets In Our Solar System Could
Sustain Human Life, & A Shouty Review Of The 90s Sitcom "Martin".
"Sloth makes all things difficult, but industry,
all things easy. He that rises late must trot all day, and shall scarce
overtake his business at night, while laziness travels so slowly that
poverty soon overtakes him."
collection of above-average links, photo galleries which are often
above reproach, aggresively informative infographics, and plenty of
other stuff that usually doesn't suck.
This week: Mile-High Skyscrapers, The Filthiest Homes Ever, The True
Story Behind The Ninja's "Touch of Death", An [Overly] Detailed
Superpower Infographic, Compelling Socialist Propaganda From Roger
Ebert, Evacuation Radiuses Of Every Nuclear Power Plant In The US, And
Christian Bale Demonstrates How Unbelievably Fat We Are.