Are these job listings or character descriptions for Disney movie villains?
What better day to look back at the trailblazers of stoner movie history than today? Let Fan Service be your guide.
Looking at China from above, the priest that wrestles and what happens when you photoshop hours of a sports event into a single photo.
He's won HQ Trivia multiple times, racking up over $12K. He's had his picture taken with HQ host Scott Rogowsky. No, there's no funny business here. Scott Menke relies on his trivia skills and the occasional quick Google to come out on top.
Welcome to What We Learned This Week, a digest of the most curiously important facts from the past few days. This week: Tall men think they're tall enough, The Rock's stunt double might be cooler than The Rock and the new Gmail design is just fine...
There are certainly a few stereotype-conforming jobs on the map, like physicists in New Mexico, gaming service workers in Nevada and fashion designers in New York. But there are also quite a few head-scratchers.
The Walmart yodeler, Tired SpongeBob, Avengers Infinity War, "If you don't love me at my…" and that weird sparkly shooting star thing have all left their mark on the greater meme conversation. But among them, one meme somehow stands apart.
This Japanese mobile game about pigeons falling in love at a boarding school explains it best — love is basically a habit-forming addiction.
George Conway spends a sizable chunk of his free time tweeting shade at President Trump. We'd love to know what the Conways' dinner-table conversation is like.
Men's satisfaction with their height peaked at 6'3". Women's peaked between 5'8" and 5'10".
"I'm a maverick. I don't hop just because you humans tell me to. I have other ways to win this damn thing."
What used to be known as a #slatepitch is now a survival mechanism for anyone publishing online.
Daniel Sheikhan filmed what happened to his Mercedes AMG when he dropped it at the dealership for service, and he was... not pleased when he watched the footage. Or with the $700 he paid for a transmission service that never happened.
How "sold out" became the most popular phrase in beauty.
They're relatively expensive in the US — but nowhere near as expensive as in Japan.
We talked to Zak Toscani, the man behind the perfect Friday mystery, and got the HR email.
Chicago accountant Scott Foster just had the night of his life.
The bikes China left behind, corporate office life in the 1970s and the freedom of the circus in Muslim countries.
Two Digg editors put their heads together to suss out why all our media feeds are routinely taken over by the sponge boi from Bikini Bottom.
Every film is exactly as Anderson intended it to be, without the hit-or-miss or ebb-and-flow nature of most directorial careers.