We hope they got all of the Instagram likes they came for.
On February 28th, a mysterious figure logged on to Twitter and offered to send $35,000 to the first person who retweeted a specific post. Nearly every day on the internet, this same mysterious online presence claims to give away similarly large sums of cash to complete strangers.
Back in 2014, the domain name VidaliaOnions.com expired, and went up for auction. I bought it on a whim, and now I sell onions.
A white couple stood in front of me, bearing cheesy grins and a giant camera. "Oh-lah! Is this the Rubio residence?" one of them asked. "We're here to see the Jesus tortilla!"
This 70-year-old man chose a less-than-ideal spot to perch but, thankfully, a quick-thinking subway constable was there to save the day.
In the same way strip malls pipe in the smell of luxury, the NYC Hot Sauce Expo must pipe in the smell of pain. The ambient tang of hot sauce greets every visitor at the door. How the mere consumption and sale of hot sauce could suffuse a huge, high-ceilinged space with its odor defies explanation.
How a support group for the dateless became one of the internet's most dangerous subcultures.
This machine is totally bizarre and nearly useless and that is why it is perfect.
Our attachment to social media is clearly affecting the health of the body politic.
The man in the bunny suit, real name Antoine Edwards, told Orlando authorities and media that he broke up a scrap between a man and a woman — and then laid into the man.
Yoga pro Alyona Moves is too good for hot yoga, so she's taking things to the other end of the thermometer.
Well, this is unsafe, to say the least...
A couple of weeks ago, I thought I was working on a quick, weird story about an anti-vaccine activist in Florida who was attempting to hold a rally in her hometown featuring a drugged bear. As it turns out, that's not the story at all.
They wanted the auger to drill, but they did not want it to drill this much.
This man's gargantuan pet decided to make a slither for it, to the deep discomfort of the entire neighborhood.
"Big Paper" doesn't want you to make your own DIY shredder, but you can totally assemble one with cut-out cardboard, some motorized gears and a sheet of tin.
Michael Schiess started slow with just a handful of games in his living room. Soon, however, things really started getting rolling down the playfield and now he is the purveyor of the Pacific Pinball Museum Annex in Alameda, California.
After years of searching, we've finally found our dream job.
When people submit their DNA for testing, they're usually not surprised to find out they have relatives they haven't met. But, it's different when you realize you have a cousin who works in the same field, shares some colleagues and friends and once collaborated with you on research.
He looked like Sammy Hagar, preached like Billy Graham, and brought a 350-pound tiger to church. Then he shot heroin with his son and was busted at the border for running drugs for a Mexican cartel.
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