We tend to assume that when it comes time to do the writing itself, most authors put their drugs aside for a while so they can get the work done. But it turns out that nope.
The Internet's stupidest conspiracy theories are bleeding into the real world.
There's a reason you don't see many elderly stunt performers, and it's not that they all eventually get sent to a lovely farm upstate where they can jump all the buses they want.
Small talk is hard. That's why people at parties sometimes stare at their phones or get drunk instead of having conversations.
Why the hell would anyone want to own one of these creepfests?
We spoke to veteran exterminator Ben Denny, who told us that working as a poison-slinging vermin destroyer provides you with a unique perspective on the world.
We talked to a woman named Megan Crocker, who watched two people get murdered right in front of her. And it all resulted from an idiotic string of accidents.
Do you have a good job, one that makes you feel happy and fulfilled? Congratulations! You're probably not real. Or maybe you are, but for the vast majority of people, that's not the case.
I have an allergy to lavender. And it's so severe that just smelling it can send me to the hospital.
Drug shortages are a real and terrifying thing. Let's talk to somebody on the wrong end of one.
You should take note of how these folks did it; they not only laid the groundwork for some good stories as children, but went on to turn them into massively successful franchises to boot.
For proof that Mother Nature goes on the occasional Jagermeister-and-Robitussin bender while designing next year's animal models, look no further than these species.