Millions of dusty old yearbooks and family photo albums all confirm the same thing: we looked pretty dorky as kids. With that in mind, we asked readers to use the magic of image manipulation to show us what some of pop culture's most iconic characters looked like when they were children. The results were equal parts adorable and deeply disturbing.
Because sticking it to the man is apparently the flavor of last week, it's high time for us to leap for this bandwagon, miss it, then get dragged behind it screaming for a short distance. We've assembled a list of ways to quit for what our Web statistics tell us are the 10 most common occupations held by our readers.
Having conducted extensive research on \'the scene\' using Cracked\'s library of breakdancing VHS cassettes, I began searching all the usual places for illicit dance blowouts.
The future of technology always finds some unexpected way to be terrifying. Our ancestors probably assumed lifelong protection from the chickenpox would come with a lot less arm stabbing.
Apparently crime fighters are everywhere, and will drop everything they're doing to foil evildoers.
In theory, political cartoons should be a means to get a controversial point across in a concise, effective, and humorous way. In reality, most usually convey less information than, say, grunting or gesturing.
See ... it's like this.