Google asks the Internet for N-words – what could possibly go wrong?

naw What’s worse than asking the Internet at large to name your product? Telling them it has to start with N. Let’s just take a moment to appreciate the stupefying magnitude of Google’s naivete here. Read More

Couple creates super serious coleslaw reviews on Facebook


If you're searching for strong opinions about cabbage, look no further.

Edward Sanborn and his girlfriend, Lisa, are very passionate about coleslaw. Upon realizing their common interest, the two decided to celebrate their foodie enthusiasm by making a Facebook page, called Coleslaw Reviewdedicated to reviewing their favorite side.

"No one else is reviewing it so why not," Sanborn wrote on the Facebook page's April 24 post.

Not only does the couple encourage fans to post their own reviews, they also laid out a manifesto of criteria for people to judge the refreshing dish. Read more...

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Meme claiming to solve poverty with Powerball jackpot is flat-out wrong


Don't believe everything you see on the Internet — no matter how much you want it to be true.

All over the U.S., people are buying tickets for Wednesday's record-breaking Powerball $1.4 billion jackpot. In today's political climate, a lot of people have to be thinking: With so many people struggling below the poverty line, how many people can that huge amount of money help?

On Monday, a meme on Facebook started going around that attempted to do the math.

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Image: Facebook Livesosa

At the time, the jackpot was at $1.3 billion. The creator of the meme took that sum, divided it by the estimated U.S. population (based on the 2014 census, 300 million), and ended up with the answer of $4.33 million. Read more...

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The Internet is really confused about this dog with ham on his face


If there is one cardinal rule of the Internet, it's "look before you share."

Some people learned this rule the hard way over the last week when they encountered evil genius and master troll Stephen Roseman, who shared a picture on Facebook of a dog with a caption: "This poor dog was badly burned and disfigured trying to save his family from a house fire. One like = one prayer. One share = ten prayers."

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Image: Facebook Stephen Roseman

Of course, if you look at it closely (or even, not that closely) you will see that this picture is just a dog with a slice of ham on its face. We've been duped, Internet. Read more...

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Google Self-Driving Car Pulled Over For Going Too Slow

Screen Shot 2015-11-11 at 5.00.29 PM The internets lit up today when someone posted a photo of a cop talking to someone in a self-driving car. Yep, it got pulled over. Why? According to Google, it was going too slow. According to the original poster, the Mountain View police officer didn’t get the memo on these things patrolling the streets, so of course wanted to know why the thing was going so damn slow: Yes. We talked to… Read More

In Case You Didn’t Know, /Me Works In Messages On Mac

Screen Shot 2015-10-23 at 11.44.05 AM It’s Friday, and sometimes when we try to wind our week down something winds us back up. Today, it has to do with the app that a lot of us use the most on Mac…Messages. Read More

The Dog Ate Our Homework, Google Drive Is Down

harddrives OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG. If you’ve noticed that Google Drive and all of the apps that save to it are acting a bit shaky today, you’re not alone. Google updated their Apps status page to show that the company is looking into reported issues. It’s showing up as a “service disruption” so nothing is down completely. But nothing is loading either. What do you mean… Read More

Alphabet Now Owns

Google Alphabet blocks Since it couldn’t buy or, Google Alphabet has acquired the next best thing. Google announced the structural changes that led to Alphabet back in August, and it just became official. There’s nothing there right now, but Google sure does own it (the record was updated on 10/7/15): According to the completely worthless and… Read More

A guy got locked inside an LA Fitness and lived to tell the tale


It seems like those health nuts out there can never seem to leave the gym — however, it's totally possible that they have no choice.

Nicholas Clayton of Clearwater, Florida was simply enjoying a nice, relaxing sauna after his workout at the local LA Fitness, when he discovered that the gym had accidentally locked him inside the facility after closing time at 5 p.m.

Clayton documented his astonishment in a video on Facebook, which he also uploaded to YouTube. "What LA Fitness closes at 5 o’ clock?” he says in the short video.

So, craziest thing of my life is taking place right this minute. I'VE BEEN LOCKED IN THE LA FITNESS! Was in the sauna with headphones. Came out. Everyone has gone home. #help #LAFitness #baffled

Posted by Nicholas Clayton on Saturday, August 22, 2015 Read more...

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America, these cowboy boot sandals are now our official shoe


Gaze upon the cowboy boot sandals and weep, America.

For anyone out there who loves their cowboy boots but can't stand the summer heat, you can now give your shoes to a cobbler in Missouri who will turn them into ultimate accessory.

Boot Sandals! We are getting alot of phone calls, emails and text today about the boot sandals and YES we are the...

Posted by Redneck Boot Sandals on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 Read more...

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