Cracked sat down with a couple of asexuals to learn a little bit more about just what life is like when your anaconda don't want none.
The other day, I realized that I'd gone about two months without something that had been a nearly daily part of my life, and I didn't miss it.
It's good to appreciate the houses of worship that go out of their way to make it clear just how freaking metal their shit is.
While we've made amazing strides in the realm of communication, a lot can still be lost when we don't talk face to face.
What have we done?
The worst books are those that successfully spin the Wheel of Morality but then deliver their messages in the stupidest, most counterproductive manner possible.
If you've got the proper mindset, when you do these things today, tomorrow, and every day after that, you'll feel like you're living a movie.
These people decided to look at the Good Book and douse the stories with a whole earthen vessel's worth of crazy.
With a new person in your life, it's important to let your best friend know he's no third wheel.
How did these bizarrely petty things get so many advocates?
Not like eating or farting. No, we're talking about the weirdly specific traits shared by nearly every society in every corner of the globe, for reasons science doesn't completely understand.