I was long under the assumption that board games solely existed to tear unions apart. But according to recent findings, the opposite might be true.
This morning, breakfast television ran a piece that worried about the financial safety of Australians. Last week, they openly bashed “dole bludgers”. The pattern is obvious and subject to repeat.
In Martin Scorsese’s classic, Travis Bickle is a man shunned by the opposite sex, pushed to extreme violence. In the age of the incel, the parallels are obvious.
Well, despite the will of the people, it seems that the concept of marriage is again under threat from Canberra. You know what? I think it’s time we opt for the scorched earth approach.
We tend to return to the same movies, in good times and bad – and now a pair of researchers believe they know why. Elaine!
Again, Morrissey has uttered awful words, and his ex-fans fired back. However, underneath the usual cut-and-thrust are those who support not his music, or his fall, but what he says.
The Australian Federal Police raiding the offices of journalists should not serve as a warning, but as an accurate representation of what we’ve enabled.
Apparently, there are robots who can make more coffee (for less) than we human baristas. I’m not giving up my morning shift without a fight. Step up, brew.
With the pro-gaming industry set to be worth $1.5B by 2020, many are noting the extremely short (and often miserable) careers of those who compete.
Overnight, PETA suggested we adjust our language to protect animals. As a vegan myself, I’d rather eat a porterhouse than side with those morons.
There are a few rules by which we must abide. One seems to be that an adult must never order from the kid’s menu. To that, I say baloney…with fish fingers.
One of the growing traditions of the Melbourne Cup is our organised anger against it. However, I ask you, one day later, do we still feel the same? Are we now all animal activists?
Despite the amount of feeling that #MeToo has enabled, it seems that it doesn’t extend to who (or what) we still watch.
Over the weekend, we were allowed a snapshot into DJ Khaled’s bedroom. Sadly, the conversation that followed left us rather unsatisfied.
With Cricket Australia forcing the resignation of coach Darren Lehmann, perhaps we should view this week’s outrage as the dawn of a new sensibility.
You know what? Australia loves a political scandal, and the reason why it keeps happening is because we want it to. We have a problem.
The old days of duping the populace at gunpoint are over, as yet another country has blamed Facebook for subverting their democracy.
I, like many men, have felt unfairly targeted and thought #NotAllMen. However, now that I’ve learned the meaning behind the rhetoric, guys, we need to have a chat.
Criticising Trump used to be fun. That was until we became the bully. Considering we’ve now dipped to fat shaming the man, I think we’ve taken it a fridge too far.
For most of us, the new year’s resolution is something we never achieve. However, through minor changes to your existing habits, success comes surprisingly easy.
While everyone loves the destination, getting there is a bit of a trial. However, we’ve Googled five of the most obscure travel hacks to help you out this Christmas. You’re welcome.
After a recent study proved the connection between dog ownership and longer life, one can naturally assume that the path to immortality is paved with doggos. Right?