Some things are just harder for women, from getting a job to finding pants with real pockets to the basic human right to pee standing up. Even homelessness.
I have spent a lot of time thinking about teens and studying them and muttering while creepily watching them from afar.
Real-life vigilantes are usually less like The Punisher and more like those two drunken Australians who foiled the robbery of a fast food joint by clumsily flailing after the bad guys with their fists.
Sure, your job would never physically put you in harm's way, but that doesn't mean it isn't abusing you in other ways.
Warning: Your palms will sweat watching this stuff.
If you find yourself being arrested for armed robbery, you can always blame it on someone else who was wearing a mask of your face.
Bears are absolutely adorable when they're stuffed or named Paddington. In the real world, not so much.
Don't act like you never wanted to know what it's like to fly giant hunks of metal powered by spinning knives.
Some of the most charitable gestures went straight to the crapper after folks overlooked some pretty glaring problems right from the jump.
We talked to a meteorologist, David, to learn how he predicts the weather. There's a 75 percent chance that everything he told us is accurate.
We'd throw a parade for the person who walked around being a mobile hotspot.
No one wants to spend that much time in a car with the same person. There's just no way.
Note: I'm about to spoil absolutely everything that happens in this movie.