PHOTO FO' SHO'!
15 Images You Won't Believe Aren't Photoshopped
Sorry to disappoint to all of the photoshop enthusiasts out there, but these images are totally real. And, sorry to disappoint everyone else in the who wanted to believe the real world wasn't full of totally retarded bullshit.
Notable Comment: Sickboy says "You have all these amazing pictures of really incredible things and then--lighthouse candy. They made the list cuz they kinda look like dongs. Just couldn't resist a dick joke, could you, Cracked?" Ding ding ding ding! We have a winner! (More like "dong," right? POW! And more like "we have a weiner," right? POW POW!)
USA USA USA!
6 Insane Sports That Could Be in the Next Olympics
We'd like to see that smug Phelps win Rotorsports.
Notable Comment: Colatf says "putting "fucking" in front of a noun doesn't make it funnier. great article though. i sent the link to a skank." Bullshit. Check out your fucking comment with the Cracked treatment. "Putting 'fucking' in front of a fucking noun doesn't make it funnier. Great fucking article though, I sent the link to a fucking skank. Tits." See? Comedy, my friend. Lesson 1: Fucking is always appropriate. (There is only one lesson.)
Smash Bros Theory: 6 Absurd Classes Taught at Actual Colleges
We're not mad they these classes exist, we're just pissed that no one is offering a seminar on Advanced Cracked Theories.
Notable Comment: rplay28 wonders "Is it smarter to get a general major or go get an associate degree in a field you actually like? I'm trying to decide." Well, that's a difficult question and a lot of variables come into play. First of all, it's important to realize that your degree will very rarely inform what you do for a living, especially an undergrad degree. Now, instinct will say "study what you like;" If you like art, be an art major. If you like underwater basket-weaving, get your tools together and invest in oxygen tanks and be prepared to spend the next four years in a pool. You may regret studying something you don't love. Having said that, if what you want to study isn't likely to get you a job post-graduation, it may end up doing more harm than good, as you'll end up with a very specific degree. It's also important to note that, if you love something, you don't need college to pursue it. If, for example, you're passionate about literature, being a business major won't automatically mean that you're never going to read or write again; if it's your passion, you'll pursue it on your own time regardless of what you study. You'll find a way. ... What? Were you all expecting something funny? The man came to us for help. Shit, we are nothing if not accommodating.