It's easy to lose perspective and forget that other people have it so, so much worse than us.
This isn't necessarily about your flaws (although it might be). No, it's more to do with people in the service industry using a variety of code words when they need to talk about something without letting the chumps know what's what.
Some animals shape the world around them using nothing but their asses, because life is occasionally just as wonderful as we always knew it was meant to be.
We talked to an agent who has gone undercover for DHS, and what we learned was pretty shocking.
We all have habits we believe other people would find odd or even repulsing. But chances are good that you know someone who does the exact same disgusting crap.
In Chipotle and Chili's and other chains across Texas, men and (a few) women have started using firearms as protest signs. Their cause? Defending the sacred right of Americans to treat every day like Tactical Halloween.
This stuff exists for the Internet's favorite reason: because.
Here are three simple social situations that conversationally inept people like myself routinely make awkward for no logical reason.
It's refreshing to know that even groups of people with bad reputations are capable of doing awesome things.
Sometimes suck is a byproduct of honest effort gone bad, and sometimes suck is a direct result of cynical copyright shenanigans.
We're going to need to come up with some sort of pretext for why you might need to attack children with a stick. You know ... otherwise this could be considered immoral.
Sure, some obscure part of your brain might remember that distant and fantastical time when humans once sewed garments and assembled cars, but you probably had no idea about these gigs.
Cracked reached out to a group of drug slingers from all walks of life, verified their identities, assured our bosses that 'verifying their identities' didn't mean 'doing coke in the bathroom with them,' and then learned some surprising things .