It turns out that every facet of Hollywood is pure evil.
Maybe it's because writers and artists get bored, or maybe they know that years down the road someone like us will come along and draw them out, but easter eggs are everywhere.
At their best, these mind games get in the way of the actual work being done and impede any sense of job satisfaction a normal person might derive from their work. At their worst? They make people go insane.
Things are still incredibly backwards, even in the most progressive parts of the world. That's because a lot of the really weird problems gay people still face in their day-to-day lives never get talked about.
My whole life was preparing me for my mission. At the age of 19, I finally went. This is what I learned.
Here are five of the best movies for making a mess of me by using less obvious emotional triggers.
When kids in the old days weren't too busy catching the black lung, they had to go home and play with these friggin' nightmares.
I propose that we make some slight alterations to the information we toss out when we meet new people. Giving out these bits of information will clear the air early on in a friendship to cut down the learning curve inherent in getting to know someone.
Crime is everywhere, and all of us are just victims waiting to happen. Especially you. Yes, you: You've just got a face that formally requests punching.
As much as we try not to, we take our political views with us wherever we go, and they affect how we live our lives, often in weirder, more frighteningly specific ways than anyone realizes
Cracked sat down with Jo to hear about life in the shadow of religious extremism and to find out what it's like to have a dude straight up shoot you in the street. Here's what we learned.
One of the best things about Science is that it answers questions we never realized needed answering. In fact, Science gets so overeager sometimes that it starts answering questions that really shouldn't have been asked in the first place.
I discovered that the same shows that brought me so much joy when I was a kid have brought nothing but pain and misery to the people making them.
There are babies out there who have survived dangerous situations that would have likely killed a grown man, sometimes because their smallness actually protected them, and sometimes because we're pretty sure they're just indestructible.