Here are some types of ... racial perception problems that don't necessarily involve hate or bad intentions, but are still annoying as hell.
While we were busy fumbling with hand gestures and illustrations like cavemen, other cultures just made up the perfect words and phrases to encapsulate those little everyday moments filled with ... uh ... je ne sais quoi.
Every once in awhile, a third party will mistake your life-long rivalry/mutual hatred for a competitive friendship and ask you to speak at a funeral for one of your enemies. A funeral you only planned on attending to see your adversary locked helplessly in a box and buried.
In the movies, when something doesn't quite add up, you can always count on a third act plot twist to make sense of everything. We asked you to show us the plot twists that would make sense of the world we actually live in.
When I was financially and emotionally prepared for the responsibility, I decided to go out and get a dog. And that's when the Gods that govern dog laws decided 'Hey, not so fast. You still have to learn some terrible, terrible lessons first.'
Our artists use the magic of hindsight to give these cinematic drive by victims a voice.
There are always those bad apples who mess things up for the rest of us, and that's especially true in the parking lot. Here are seven people who turn every parking lot into a war zone.
I refuse to be embarrassed about my fear of the elderly. Old people are terrifying because they have attracted the attention of death.
Look out of the windshield of your car as you're driving through town and you'll see probably three dozen signs. Telling you how to drive, where to go and what to eat. So why are we always confused about those things? It's because the signs so rarely tell us what we actually need to know.