Sometimes, the most important fact in a news story doesn't emerge until months after everyone has gotten bored with it.
Every parent dreams of having a kid who's a genius, or a star athlete, or something else that makes them famous by proxy. But not everything can be gymnastics and violins.
They say that there's nothing new under the sun, and that applies to more things than you realize.
Despite the dumbass nature of superhero origins, they are a revered part of our pop culture. You know, except for these ones:
The most important lessons I learned from college, I learned indirectly. Life lessons delivered to me by my first immersion in a shitty, microcosm of humanity.
Looks like you're tied up on a set of train tracks! So ... is this a sex thing, or a mortal peril thing?
Most of us are lucky if we can make it through life with even one outstanding talent. But some just aren't content with that.
Recently a man ate another man and Cracked had an awesome day of traffic. This is not coincidence.
In no other genre is setting as important as it is in science fiction: No matter how intricate the book's plot, or how chisel-jawed that Hollywood manpile on the movie's poster might be, the universe is always going to be the real star.
Here's some phrases that signal some actual bad things coming that nobody wants any part of.
When it comes to lowering your expectations of the adult world, it doesn't get much better than finding out about this kind of crap.