These stupid, insignificant little things are tiny sources of confidence, of pride.
We're starting to get the feeling that every engineer's life goal is to make something really, really huge.
Without these disrespectful bastards taking liberties with the sacred sources, we wouldn't have these iconic scenes.
In an attempt to provide guidance on every possible challenge someone could face, the Internet's how-to writers have crafted guides that could only be of use to the desperate or the insane.
The problem is that complaining is just too much damn fun. We're so used to indulging in it that we've stopped paying our complaints the attention they deserve.
SPOILER ALERT: This totally happens all the time.
Comedy, like the Force, the moon, and what we now know about Michael Jackson, has a light and a dark side.
The following teachers were either completely nuts or just having really off days on the job.
Nothing shows hedonistic excess in China like being able to afford a pet white dude.
Let's take a look at three people who might have escaped criticism if we just had a little more of that kind of faith.
For whatever reason, a popular means of expressing one's enthusiasm for a piece of pop culture is to look at said thing and ask: 'What if this was the size of a hamster village and made out of something completely stupid?'