Well, I’ve considered that I’ll soon be dead. No biggie, as I’ve got numerous options planned for my post-death life.
2017, for the most part, has been a nonsensical year. So, why not close it out with a completely nonsensical countdown?
While 2017 has given us many things, it also taketh stuff away. Consider the words below as an indication of how far we’ve come.
Trump’s not happy, the music world was punched in the black hole sun and there was some good news for Julian Assange.
It was an evening thin on logic. Local police unearthed a meme stash, Japan launched an opulent train and North Korea made yet more nuclear threats. Go back to sleep. You’re dreaming. Sleeeeeeep.
Australian suburb names are funny. Australians going overseas and forcing our idiosyncracies on others is not. Well. Maybe it is. Lol?
Happy Easter! Our resident life coach/misanthrope has earnestly shared his sole recipe with us: alcoholic easter eggs. Might be a cry for help. Meh.
Savour your morning whatever, because there was evil a-brewin’ last night, with Natasha Exelby stood down after her viral moment, an unbreakable witch’s curse, and stupidity manifesting itself in high art.
Life is hard. Keeping your head above water often brings on the need for a nap. Fortunately, Life Hacks for the Dead shows us how to solve both. Except the debt part.
After a recent study discovered that 56% of applicants were caught lying on their resume, I’ve decided to take it to the other extreme.
Finally, an app that matches disgruntled singles, not based on shared values but on mutual distain. “Hater” is looking pretty enticing – at least, to those not too bitter to entertain such technology.
Canadian lawmakers apologise for threatening to use Nickelback as a cruel and unusual punishment. Raises question: Why do we hate Nickelback so?
An unsuspecting student was ambushed by his future career, all spectacularly captured on wobbly phone footage. Well done, Internet.
As I’m the wrong side of thirty, I thought it best to pass on my knowledge. In listicle form, of course, because who has the time to read?
Still struggling to make sense of the US election? Us too. Pick through the debris left by the election bomb with a soothing dose of Sunday satire.
I recently roared to the top spot of a Youtube comment section, and it went to my head. You need people like me. To point your thumbs and say, that’s the good guy.
Bored in your relationship but still in it for the benefits? Well, fortunately a program called LoveBot has your back. You callous bastard.
Oh, Reddit. You’re like the Judge Judy of my cynical heart. Sentence me with your jagged rulings. This week I trudge through what can be learned from that e-courtroom.
The US Government has let the cat out of the bag. Yes, everything is a conspiracy. But that’s exactly what they’d want us to think.
The humble goldfish now outranks our attention spans. But who cares? We’ve explained the benefits, in easy to compute eight second snippets.
With the news that 7-11 now delivers Slurpees via drone, the future of technology is set to make us all shut-ins, and I can’t wait.
In celebration of yesterday’s International Day of the Emoji, I ask us to all come together and ban it. For our children will surely judge us.