Among Us aftershocks keep hitting the global populace as Twitter artists are finding creative ways to turn little sussy astronauts into body parts and more.
Oh yeah, it’s Friday baybay. But does that really matter? The older I get, the less excitement Friday brings. Sure, I can go out and party until 4am without much consequence (like, I won’t get fired), but I will also almost certainly feel like utter shit and accomplish none of my personal responsibilities. Moaning and…Details
Boy, are we excited. The Happy Meal Halloween Pails are BACK, baby! People are exuberant at this exhilarating news, and the hype is real. McDonald’s and its employees are preparing for the wave of adults that are bound to buzz and make a ruckus around getting one. There will be three different characters all in…Details
You know the feeling when the sun starts to slowly but surely creep its way through your blinds as your room becomes brighter and brighter? You’re semi-awake, and you start to feel some minor annoyance as you bury your head into your pillow, dreadfully awaiting the moment your alarm clock starts going off like a…Details
Shouldn’t have provoked him.
Good things come in large packages. If you think otherwise, you’re a fool. When you’re opening presents on Christmas, and you see a big box for you, the first thing you wonder is, “what could someone possibly have gotten me in a box that big? I’m an adult, and I usually never get presents bigger…Details
Efforts like ‘The Hera Pheri Meme Project,’ which attempts to turn every scene and dialogue from the movie into a meme, have propelled the film into gathering a cult following amongst Indian meme lords.
Fans (and artists) just seem to love this little guy.
One of the most pressing questions that has haunted friend groups for the past 30 years is, “which Seinfeld character am I?” Whether you’re a Jerry, a George, an Elaine, or a Kramer is a difficult puzzle to solve, as we are all different Seinfeld characters depending on which friend group or life circumstance you’re…Details
The oft-repeated internet slogan speaks to a profound truth of the human condition.