An American mother was stunned to see what her son brought home: the dreaded anti-vaccer. She got through it, but hopes there isn’t a second date.
Nathan Tompkins’ “Guide to Bad Parenting” continues with tips on how NOT to do 4th of July, or the handling of fireworks.
We’re surprised that the murdering of Sarah Palin by Jimmy Kimmel didn’t make bigger news. Dave Eagle digs deeper into the story that was TL;DR.
Paris Portingale goes to the doctor to learn more about death, and whether or not you can die from nothing.
With the sale of news parody website The Onion, Jordan King-Lacroix explains why the joke is now on us.
Ross Blanchard reveals how he trolled the Bundy militia using Twitter with his satirical “Malheur Diary” about a fictitious, unwitting character inside the Malheur Refuge.
Stefanie Histed lists her top eight men’s body washes of 2015, classifies the fragrance profiles for each, and examines the science behind their douchey names.
What the elf? Inspired by the site Santa Update, Jason Zenobia reveals some names for Santa’s elves that didn’t make the “nice” list.
The Golden Rule states that you should “do to others what you would want them to do to you” but Travis Laurence Naught imagines this maxim does not extend to animals in live nativity scenes.