Sometimes, history's most awful people say things that, taken alone and completely out of context, are super inspiring.
If you have a secret habit you're ashamed of, guess what? Literally everyone has that habit also!
Whether they made a masterpiece or a turd, apparently 'Sausage Party' was done by treating the animators like trash.
This is what's popular in gaming these days? Someone give us back our 8-bit plumber eating mushrooms.
What's your favorite part of big-budget fantasy epics? If you said the made-up languages characters speak, you might have a bright future as a conlanger.
Nobody understands how stock options work. Nobody.
You could set these scenarios to 'Yakety Sax' if they weren't so terrifying.
We talked to Mark, Matt, Heather, and Adam who used to work at four different CEC restaurants, or, as they call them: the final resting places of all their hope for humanity.
Apparently, infomercial directors never got the memo that they aren't supposed to make up some of the most insane claims you'll ever hear.
Some pop culture just doesn't translate well to foreign audiences. But sometimes the most unexpected pieces of American culture end up being inexplicably huge overseas.
It's amazing any of us have lasted this long.
So after seven books, eight movies and a trip to Universal Studios, you think you would prefer to go to Hogwarts than live in real life.
So after seven books, eight movies and a trip to Universal Studios, you think you would prefer to go...
These guys should've been given medals instead of the cruel punishments they faced.
There's nothing we take more seriously here than fact-checking, so I stole Editor-In-Chief Jack O'Brien's credit card, booked a flight to Slovenia, and spent a week finding out if salamanders make you trip balls.
It's rare for someone to build an entire public persona around that douchebaggery. Because why, why, what possible purpose could that serve?
We feel you. Some weeks you just get too busy erecting life-sized, naked Trump statues to keep up with the news.
Warning: This article contains spoilers for the new Harry Potter play. Since reading this is way cheaper than taking a plane to London and buying a theater ticket, we thought you wouldn't mind.
They say you can learn from history, but first you have to understand it. And humanity absolutely does not.
Nature doesn't need any help brainstorming weird stuff to confuse and horrify us. Yet here we are, helping her out anyway.