A new account captures those special moments when the most iconic characters in the history of film casually namedrop the title of the movie they're in.
Fruits Of The Web
Remember the horrifying dead sea monster that washed up in Indonesia a few months ago? There's another one — only this time, in Texas.
A introduction to the Flickr account where your future desktop wallpaper currently resides.
This is not an ad. This is a religious text.
Though it's blown up in popularity in the last week, some careful meme archeology has uncovered examples of the form going back at least a few months.
Compression is mathematically fascinating, it helps make the internet possible and — yes — it often makes JPEGs look like shit.
Sorting through a backlog of emails sounds like the most tedious thing imaginable, but when those emails are pulled from the black box of a deserted space freighter — well, it's one of the most enthralling experiences to be had on the web this week.
The world is weird. We advise you to take twenty nine seconds to unplug and enjoy the dissonant bliss of these men screaming.
Some illusions are fun and trippy. Others are frustrating because they question your previously-unchallenged view of the world. You'll never guess which kind this one is.
The TRAPPIST-1 system of exoplanets doesn't just have the potential to support life — it has some interesting musical implications too.
If your idea of a great vacation rental involves a life-sized cardboard cutout of the president and a placard speculating about where he was conceived, have we got the Airbnb for you!
We stumbled onto a version of the "mother!" trailer without music or sound effects, and it's a very good illustration of what a score brings to a movie.
The Café Wall illusion has been around for a while, but this new version takes the effect to new heights
Robbie Tripp congratulated himself for liking his wife's "thick" and "curvy" figure. Some people swooned. Others retched.
Can you do this thing with your hand? More important, *should* you do this thing with your hand?
2017 is truly the stupidest timeline, and the latest evidence comes from Fedrelandet viktigst ("Fatherland first"), a Norwegian anti-immigration Facebook group.
If you can't make it to somewhere located in the full eclipse path, this great interactive from Vox will show you how much of an eclipse you'll see from your home zip code (and what time of day it will peak).
Even though most fans agree that "The Simpsons" jumped the shark a long time ago, there's still a lot of debate over when that downfall began. One fan decided to watch each episode and graph his enjoyment for our collective benefit.
Facebook Live is broken, but Facebook is still going to shove it in our faces.
Did you know wild boars could crack 800 pounds? We didn't, but now we do, thanks to this 820-pound behemoth shot and killed by Alabaman Wade Seago last week.
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