If you're anything like us, when you can't find your keys or notice yet another lonely orphan in your sock drawer, your first thought is that you've been the victim of an extremely elaborate, and pointless conspiracy.
Throughout history, there have been risk-taking, don't-give-a-sh*t doctors who were part Rambo, part MacGyver and part House (specifically, the crazy part of House).
There are all sorts of tiny, less obvious things that -- for no good reason -- can fill us with a sadness so pervasive we're forced to look away. Or at least there are for me. Here are six of my big triggers to melancholy.
Underwater seems like the one place on earth you'd actually be safe from spiders. But you couldn't be more wrong.
I think that I know exactly what to do to make the world noticeably better, in the span of a year or two. That's all. I'm proposing that every person on the planet spends one or two years doing all five jobs on this list.
When they say you can get anything on the Internet, they do mean anything. Including services seemingly aimed exclusively toward people with crippling personality disorders.
There are 10 more words you use every day that you had no idea were onomatopoeias, because, well, they're kind of dumb.
With the end of the Thanksgiving weekend, we enter that long, grim death march known as the holiday season. We here at Cracked want to help, or more accurately, to pretend to help while we make cheap jokes at your expense.
Some important discoveries are made by folks of singular mind and purpose. Others are made by people stumbling over them like a fat kid at a roller rink.
If the conspiracy theorists are to be believed, most of our technology comes from reverse engineering alien spacecraft. Assuming that applies to photo manipulation software, we have to assume that most famous photographs have been expertly manipulated to omit details that the public isn't ready for. A look at what some of our favorite images looked