If you feel bad for being so creeped out by twins, let us share with you some true stories that range from merely weird to downright bone-chilling.
Even if you've got a healthy suspicion of corporations, you're going to have a hard time believing this.
These mediocre powers may not be suitable for a superhero, but they're perfect for helping us achieve tiny selfish gains every single day, and ultimately, isn't that all we really want from a superpower anyway?
No matter how technologically advanced humans become, we'll always spend a good portion of our time pathetically flailing at nature and the various disasters it attempts to grind us down with.
Sometimes you hear about people finding valuable paintings hidden inside old frames at a garage sale or pirate gold beneath a dusty old restaurant on the northern California coast. Other times you click on the news and see people who find human skeletons under their hotel mattresses and taxidermy cat heads in their Happy Meals.
The information age has been steadily providing technology that is allowing corporations to get to know their customers better than their own families.
It turns out that sometimes a vocal minority can make a world of difference, even if that minority is exactly one person and his or her complaint is completely stupid.
The Internet is bullshit's natural habitat. We asked you to take some of the more popular lies the Internet loves to tell, and vandalize them with the truth.
Here are eight of the bonkeriest idioms ever, along with some shrug-heavy speculation on how they came to pass.
More often than not, these missing details change everything we learned about the story in the first place.