It is damn near impossible to make any questionable comments about a work of art's inherent quality -- unless, of course, that artwork was made by radically out-of-touch celebrities.
Despite the fact that these things are almost always complete B.S., sometimes -- just sometimes -- a celebrity conspiracy theory emerges that is so good, we kind of wish it was true.
The countless awards and honors that people spend their entire professional lives working toward are ultimately meaningless.
At least half of my job responsibilities at Cracked involve needlessly hating things. But sometimes me writing a joke about an athlete or entertainer doesn't necessarily mean I agree with the prevailing public opinion about the subject of that joke.
Check out the petty-as-hell reasons for some great pop culture milestones you probably enjoy (or, like, are aware of large amounts of people enjoying.)
The Midwest isn't nearly as idyllic as people imagine it to be. It's more than just endless stretches of farmland.
How could this person be such an asshole all the time if it's not genuine, unintentional assholery? Well, there are some signs to look out for, and I will guide you through it using four of the world's most prolific trolls.
Some roles actors take are crazy, but nothing compared to the berserk nuttiness of their own actual lives.
An Internet troll is someone connected to the greatest informational resource ever made who can think of nothing better to do than crap in it. And Trump is worse than that.
Everything we understand about the universe has now been thrown into question.
This issue has flown under the radar long enough.
Hypocrites and the entertainment industry have always gone hand in hand, but the relationship has become noticeably more intense in recent years.
Every year we like to stop and remember those whose passing didn't make headlines, despite the fact that each changed your life in some small way.