In 1977, Hostess started an ad campaign that featured superheroes fighting crime with fruit pies, Twinkies, and cup cakes. As you might imagine, they were insane. Mega-powered beings were facing off against criminals whose plans fell apart every time someone tossed them a snack. Writers had to invent spectacularly ridiculous villains for this to wo
Humans don't need much of an excuse to start rioting. In fact we really don't need any excuse at all.
Here at Cracked, we love badasses. Either because we recognize a kindred spirit when we see one, or possibly because we adore the things that we can never be. Judging by all the crying and non-karate in here, it's almost certainly the latter. But as we quietly sob witty retorts we didn't have the balls to say at the time into our moist, shameful pi
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Every month or so, you probably know of someone who just gets fed up with America and wants to leave. Make sure you show them this first.
Abort mission! Abort mission!
It's understandable that school administration and staff go a little crazy. Unfortunately, they reserve the extra-crazy for our children's saftey.
Sometimes when you see this kind of behind-the-scenes scheming, you do have to kind of admire it. Not approve of it, mind you -- just appreciate the kind of balls it takes to do it.
Here are five more things you will never learn in your lifetime -- unless you happen to be one of the only two people on the planet who already know them.
It's not enough for me to ignore these scammers completely, they have developed layered and elaborate characters and then squandered them on duplicity. As a writer, I cannot abide by that. I want to offer these fictitious people a chance to redeem themselves, a chance to trade in their pretend riches for real riches of the heart. What follows is an
Sometimes companies screw up so badly that you wonder if they, like us, are just making it all up as they go along. How else do you explain these things?