All science is a process of trial and error. In the case of psychiatry, those errors can mean dick-ogling and poop paintings.
Hey, internet! Look at you doing good things and stuff! Go, you!
The effects of the internet are a bit like the effects of LSD: Every once in a while, things are groovy. But more often than not, we're naked teens at risk of destroying everything.
Generally, having a bad vacation doesn't usually mean getting stabbed by a prison gang or being conscripted into a foreign army.
Even the best writers are capable of churning out work that wouldn't even cut the mustard on a 'Twilight' meets 'Minions' erotic fiction blog.
You're pretty much going to be qualified for a ton of jobs after reading these.
We've all come up with at least one clever scheme that's gone wrong. But none of them have gone murderously wrong.
Sometimes, because of their personal failings, people like things that aren't very awesome. To avoid some awkwardness, here's how to talk to them.
Learn just how messed up your favorite source to plagiarize actually is.
It turns out that making art and tricking people into buying stuff are two very different skill sets, and artistic visionaries don't make very good marketing drones.
Turns out every idiot from college that thought domestic abuse and casual racism are hilarious went into advertising.
Every day, the world chokes us with events that cause anxiety. So why does this dumb stuff turn us into internally screaming balls of stress and shame at a flip of a switch?
This is how you write off drugs as a work expense.