Like a slapstick movie where the buffoon main character encounters a priceless work of art, and then accidentally destroys it in some hilarious way, a shocking number of the world's great pieces have in fact been ruined in this fashion.
Some day you might wind up in front of a judge due to a 'hilarious' misunderstanding (or because you had to murder some dudes). If so, there are several things that can tip the scales of justice in your favor that have nothing to do with the law or evidence.
Many of our favorite video games dropped us in the middle of complete madness and never bothered explaining what the hell was going on. We give you the back stories that explain some of the acid flashbacks we grew up playing inside.
It's one thing for a judge to be corrupt -- we sort of expect that to happen in all public jobs, because we watch the news. It's quite another for judges to be hilarious lunatics, criminally lazy schemers or just impossibly evil.
Some of the greatest historical finds have been stumbled across by random dudes just wandering around the neighborhood.
Whether it's Ozzie Canseco, Roger Clinton or Tito Jackson's weird little brother, celebrities can always count on their siblings to hang out in the bottom rungs of fame doing a vastly more embarrassing version of whatever they're known for. A look at the fictional character equivalent.
It's been a long time since propaganda posters were at their most popular. Thousands of brilliant photographs have been snapped since then that never got the chance to be put to the service of corrupt power. Until now ...
Sometimes a hero's unwavering moral code results in the meting out of far more cruel and unusual punishments than a quick, clean death.
After you hear enough stories of sweat shops and creepy chicken farms, your imagination starts to come up with creatively gruesome origins for every product, which is exactly why we like your imagination.
The amount of work and creativity the Chinese underworld puts into their fakes is so damn impressive that you have to wonder why they'd ever need to steal other people's ideas.