All of Us Skin Tone Crayons Reflect the Planet’s Diversity with Eight Different Pigments

How can you accurately draw the human population without an appropriately diverse array of colors? The team at All of Us offers a counter to traditional boxes of Crayola with its skin tone crayons in eight different hues. Made from beeswax and natural pigments, the collection is entirely hand-poured and is available in three shapes: triangles, rounds, and blocks. “I started making crayons in my kitchen because all children deserve to be seen,” All of Us founder Sabine says. More Do

Study Finds Early Humans Selectively Bred Corn To Be Less Aggressive

LINCOLN, NE—Noting the low attack rates among modern corn, a study published Friday by researchers at the University of Nebraska found that early humans selectively bred corn to be less aggressive. “Though ingenuity and careful breeding, early Native American farmers artificially selected maize varieties that…Read more...

Fugitive Bolsonaro Coup Supporters Hide Deep In Amazon Rainforest’s Last Remaining Tree

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Elaborate Towers Emerge from Basic Building Blocks in Raffaele Salvoldi’s Architectonic Installations

In January 2021 in the middle of Italy’s second Covid-19 lockdown, photographer and director Raffaele Salvoldi’s work took a different turn. “That was a tough time since I wasn’t working and had a lot of free time. So, I started to build small forms to keep my hands and mind busy,” he tells Colossal, sharing that he tapped into the nostalgic, childhood activity of tinkering and stacking simple wood blocks. At the base of Salvoldi’s towering, temporary installations

Leaked Footage Shows People Inexplicably Walking Into Building That Has No Food

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A Documentary Chronicles the Work of Adolfo Kaminsky, Who Saved Thousands of Lives Forging Documents in the Nazi Resistance

 When Nazi troops invaded France in 1940, the teenage Adolfo Kaminsky became an essential figure of the resistance. His first jobs at a dairy testing lactic acid with blue ink and scrubbing stains at a dry cleaner taught him key skills for altering identification cards, passports, birth certificates, and other papers the the Nazis used to arrest Jewish people. He forged countless documents aiding those facing persecution during his lifetime and is thought to have helped save about 10,000 pe

Funny Pictures – January 10, 2023

You should see how the seagulls drive! via Thanks Equifax for showing me my worth. My identity is worth $22.81 via Seems like a completely legitimate and high quality contractor who I’d want to hire. via Pepper monster via There really is a sign for everything. via I custom embroidered these joggers with a fake […] The post Funny Pictures – January 10, 2023 first appeared on Odd Stuff Magazine.

Bird Claims Its Mother Makes The Best Vomit In The World

DOTHAN, AL—Offering accolades for the homemade puke it grew up eating, a local barn swallow told reporters Friday that its mother made the best vomit in the world. “I know everyone says this, but no one can regurgitate like my mom does,” said the migratory songbird, explaining that it had eaten vomit from some of the…Read more...

Bolsonaro Supporters Storm Brazil’s Congress

Supporters of former Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro who refuse to accept his election defeat stormed Congress, the Supreme Court, and presidential palace in the capital, a week after the inauguration of his leftist rival, President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. What do you think?Read more...

High School Teaches Co-Parenting Skills By Having Students Fight Over Who Gets Egg For Weekend

CALUMET, OK—In an effort to prepare the teenagers for the reality of rearing children, students at Calumet High School were reportedly learning co-parenting skills Tuesday by fighting over who got to take their egg home for the weekend. “While not a perfect simulation, this project gives students a taste of what it’s…Read more...

Woman Will Never Know Intimacy Like Passing Garbage Truck Drivers Slowing Down To Point At Each Other

HARTFORD, CT—Overcome with quiet melancholy as she witnessed the profound tenderness of the exchange, area woman Camille Rossner reportedly realized Tuesday that she would never know an intimacy like that of two passing garbage truck drivers slowing down their vehicles to point at each other. “It must feel so amazing…Read more...

Signs Your Roommate Actually Hates You

No amount of rent reduction is worth sharing an apartment with someone like you. Here are telltale signs your roommate actually hates you.Read more...

Microbes Growing In AirPods Getting Really Into Radiohead

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DJ Bouncin Beats

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People Are Sharing Photos Of Their Best ‘My House, Not My Cat’ Encounters (40 New Pics)

Have you ever had a cat just show up at your doorstep and act like it's their house? It's a strange, yet amusing occurrence that seems to happen to a lot of people. The post People Are Sharing Photos Of Their Best 'My House, Not My Cat' Encounters (40 New Pics) first appeared on Bored Panda.

The Beastie Boys Gave Us Permission to Grow, and EXHIBIT Tells the Story

There was an MCA lyric at the heart of the standout 1994 track "Root Down," on the Beastie Boys triumphant, inventive and eccentric album Ill Communication that said, “Bob Marley was a prophet for the freedom fight/ ‘If dancin’ prays to the Lord then I shall feel alright’/ I’m feeling good to play a little music/ Tears running down my face ’cause I love to do it’." Heard almost 30 years later, it feels rather tame, knowing how MCA/Adam Yauch went on to create the Tibetan Freedom Concerts a

Radio Juxtapoz, ep 102: Home As a Memory with Ian Strange

Ian Strange isn't your traditional street artist, hell, he isn't your traditional installation artist. Architectural interventionist? Spatial performance artist? On his website, he notes, "His practice includes collaborative community-based projects, architectural interventions, and exhibitions resulting in photography, film, sculpture, installation, site-specific works, research, and documentary works." When looked at a whole, Strange is doing something more collective, more universal. He is t

Bony Ramirez' "Cayman Tears"

A few months ago, when we spoke to Bony Ramirez on the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, we got the back story of the sudden transition in his life at the age of 13: the Dominican kid finding himself in suburban New Jersey with a new life. That alone proves to be a brilliantly vivid place to start when you start to look at the artist's work. There is a longing and memories at play that seem to get sharper with age. As I wrote at the time, "His work is about memory and remaking the DR in his mind, a combi

Atlanta Made Us Famous: Photographs by Hajar Benjida

"I first visited Atlanta in 2018, and the photography studio I interned at was located right across the street from Magic City, "a legendary strip club that should be familiar to anyone who knows anything about rap music," writes Hajar Benjida. Her series, Atlanta Made Us Famous is an ongoing photo series that highlights the women that play an important role in the Atlanta hip-hop scene.

The National Library of France Reopens with Renovations That Add 21st Century Details to the Beaux-Arts Gem

After more than a decade of renovations by architect Bruno Gaudin, the Bibliothèque Nationale de France reopened last fall with more light and space to view both the massive collections and the original Beaux-Arts features of the space. Spread across two sites, the Richelieu and François-Mitterrand, the now-updated repository at Richelieu dates back to the 18th century. French architect Henri Labrouste originally designed the main reading room, known as the Salle Ovale, which is largely preserv

Kevin McCarthy Elected House Speaker After 15 Rounds Of Voting

Republican Kevin McCarthy was elected House speaker on a historic post-midnight 15th ballot early Saturday, after making extensive concessions to right-wing hardliners that raised questions about the party’s ability to govern. What do you think?Read more...

Explosive Prince Harry Memoir Reveals William Used Too Much Tongue When They Kissed

SANTA BARBARA, CA—Divulging that the interactions with his brother often got physical, a passage leaked Monday from Spare, the explosive new memoir by Prince Harry, revealed that Prince William used far too much tongue whenever the brothers kissed. “Nearly every time the two of us made out, we’d barely have a chance…Read more...

Brazilians Terrified That Riot Could Lead To Tedious Congressional Hearings

RIO DE JANEIRO—In the wake of a pro-Bolsonaro mob storming the nation’s capital, Brazilians expressed terror Monday that the riot could lead to years of tedious congressional hearings. “Oh God, we’re going to have to sit through month after month of these bone-dry meetings where grandstanding politicians pat…Read more...

McCarthy Elected Speaker After Far-Right GOP Minority Joins Rest Of Far-Right GOP Majority

WASHINGTON—Following a tense four days in Congress’ lower chamber that saw members of his own party vote to deny him the top spot 14 straight times, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) was elected speaker of the House early Saturday morning when the far-right GOP minority joined together with the rest of the far-right GOP…Read more...

João Gonzalez’s Animated Short ‘Ice Merchants’ Follows a Cliff-Jumping Father and Son

 A frigid and precarious tale, the beautifully animated short film “Ice Merchants” by João Gonzalez follows a father and son as they harvest and sell ice. The pair live on a cliff-side home and dive from their balcony each day, allowing their parachutes to deliver them and their product safely to the village market below. When temperatures rise, though, the ropes that tether their house to the mountain begin to fray. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal

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Funny Pictures – January 9, 2023

Who wore it better? via Angelica Hicks “Honey, it’s the law”. via Took a shortcut. I am now divorced. via Lost soles via Had a girl I really like over — She “Replaced the TP roll for me”. via Picklehenge via Staging our house to sell and my wife insists these masterpieces could deter a […] The post Funny Pictures – January 9, 2023 first appeared on Odd Stuff Magazine.

A Wooden Artwork Miraculously Unfurls into a Functional Desk Designed by Robert van Embricqs

The surge in remote work during the last few years prompted Amsterdam-based designer Robert van Embricqs to rethink how conventional desks would impact a home’s atmosphere. He wanted to invite “the user to fold that desk away when work is over” and created a now-viral piece that seamlessly transforms from office to artwork. Constructed with warm wood and brass hinges, the “Flow Wall Desk” features flush vertical slats that twist and unfold into a tabletop. More Do

Man Has Real Thing For Blond-Haired, Blue-Eyed Aryans Of Pure Breeding Stock

SANTA BARBARA, CA—Saying that the heart wants what the heart wants, local man Ross Weber told reporters Monday that he had a real thing for blond-haired, blue-eyed Aryans of pure breeding stock. “I don’t know what it is, but there’s something about a naturally blond woman with an undiluted bloodline and membership in…Read more...

Couple Loses Life Savings After Getting Scammed Into Having Baby At Hospital

CLEVELAND—Representing just one couple among millions who fall prey to the scam every year, Annalise and Patrick Callahan confirmed Monday they had lost their life savings after getting tricked into having their baby at the hospital. “These so-called healthcare officials assured us this was a safe and smart place to…Read more...

Dignity Temporarily Set Aside To Enjoy Trampoline

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Police Ask For Public’s Help In Falsifying Report

HOUSTON—Calling on the community for assistance in closing an unsolved case, Houston police chief Jeff Sommer asked the public Monday for its help in falsifying a police report that would implicate local 24-year-old Terrence Carter in the crime. “In order to wrongfully accuse a suspect and take him into custody, we…Read more...

CEOs Explain Why They Oppose A 4-Day Workweek

While European companies have begun experimenting with four-day workweeks, American companies have yet to adopt the practice. The Onion asked American CEOs to explain why they oppose a shorter workweek, and this is what they said.Read more...

Miss France Introducing Herself

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Mohamed l'Ghacham: The Time Traveler

There is a certain tone, a color that seems to imbue a found photo. It doesn’t matter what era it was taken, or from where it was obtained, but a film photo immediately creates a mood that is universal. Maybe we all look at the past through sepia-tinted glasses, with a tinge of nostalgia and wonder of how our own memories might look like to someone else if they somehow accessed our family albums.

A Portfolio: Lily Kemp

As we mentioned the other day, as we kick off a new year, 2023, Juxtapoz has begun a new web series: A Portfolio. A simple explanation; just artists we have on our radar that we wanted to show to our readers, regardless of exhibition schedule or upcoming events. Today we look at the works of London-based painter, Lily Kemp, who will have works on view at Taymour Grahne Projects in London this weekend. 

Trenton Doyle Hancock: Good Grief, Bad Grief

A few months ago, we shared the exhibition by Trenton Doyle Hancock at Shulamit Nazarin, Good Grief, Bad Grief, but this morning we saw the short film the former cover artist made of the exhibition and wanted to share. In the film, he is "discussing pivotal works in the show and the origins of the Moundverse." Enjoy! 

Sophie Treppendahl Asks To "Take Care of Yourself"

Philip Martin Gallery is proud to present, Take Care of Yourself, a solo exhibition of new oil-on-canvas paintings by New Orleans-based artist Sophie Treppendahl. With a keen sense of observation and stillness, Treppendahl’s work creates a narrative on the passage of time. These vivid depictions of simple moments are sourced from the artist’s own life experiences, photographs and drawings.

Nature’s Diversity is Captured in Minuscule Detail in the 2022 Close-Up Photographer of the Year Competition

Among the winning images of the Close-Up Photographer of the Year contest, a frilly slime mold stems from leaves, elegant insects splay colorful wings, and microscopic patterns create vivid abstractions. Now in its fourth year, the competition attracted more than 9,000 entries from 54 countries. The overall winner of this year’s competition was captured by Samantha Stephens and glimpses two tiny amphibians trapped inside a carnivorous plant. She explains, “typically, these plants fe

Funny Pictures – January 8, 2023

This fox that lives at the top of my Granny’s hedge. via Do you think the passport office will accept my birth certificate? via Choose Wisely via It looks like John Wick has been at our hotel. via My neighbour’s light switch. via Fluff Basket via My dog always looks like he’s just received the […] The post Funny Pictures – January 8, 2023 first appeared on Odd Stuff Magazine.

Funny Pictures – January 7, 2023

Friendly Australian King Parrot landed on my book as I was trying to identify it! via My MIL had wooden laser cut ornaments made for each of her children and grandchildren this year. The ornament for Erick didn’t turn out as planned. via Is it time for me to become a lemon-stealing whore? via My […] The post Funny Pictures – January 7, 2023 first appeared on Odd Stuff Magazine.

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Elon Musk Unveils New Cybertruck Concept Design

AUSTIN, TX—After a year in which the electric automaker’s stock lost 65% of its value, CEO Elon Musk has doubled down on plans to build Tesla’s Cybertruck, introducing on Friday a new design for a concept vehicle that would boldly reimagine the American pickup. “This is a truck unlike any the world has ever seen: the…Read more...

On Top Of Everything Else, Kevin McCarthy Wetting Bed Again

WASHINGTON—Sighing as he hid another pair of soiled pajamas deep in his hamper, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) confirmed Friday that on top of everything else that had been going on, he was also wetting the bed again. “Jesus, this is the absolute last thing I need! This has been the worst week of my life,” said the…Read more...

With Soft Eyes: Photographs by Austin Leong, Adrian Martinez, and Henry Wessel

With Soft Eyes at the Center for Photographic Art features photographs taken in California over the last six years by contemporary Bay Area–based photographers Austin Leong and Adrian Martinez and selected works also shot in California by the late Henry Wessel. Working largely with 35mm black-and-white film, Leong, Martinez, and Wessel demonstrate how photography is uniquely positioned to describe with lyricism, poignancy, and humor what is often overlooked in day-to-day life.

A Chicago Mother Raises an Abandoned Baby Squirrel in the Heartwarming Documentary ‘My Duduś’

 In the summer of 2020, photographer and director Tom Krawczyk returned home to Chicago from Łódź, Poland, where he was studying film. “When I got there, my mother quietly walked me into a room where she gently pulled a strange, hairless creature out of a shoe box,” he recounts. “It looked as if it had plummeted to earth from another planet.” Meet the star of “My Duduś,” a friendly gray squirrel that tumbled out of its nest when it was only a couple of days

Funny Pictures – January 6, 2023

“Golden Ramzi” visited the restaurant I had lunch at today. via After being with my girlfriend for almost 8 years, I finally made it into the family calendar! via Dressing up for Avatar. via Made my kid a Mickey Mouse pancake. via Smells like what? via Now this is what you call top shelf. via […] The post Funny Pictures – January 6, 2023 first appeared on Odd Stuff Magazine.

What To Know About The New Covid Variant XBB1.5

Health experts have raised the alarm about the fast-spreading coronavirus variant XBB1.5, which could drive a new surge of cases. The Onion tells you everything you need to know about covid XBB1.5.Read more...

Grandma Picked Up, Stuffed Into Back Seat Like Giant Teddy Bear Just Won At Fair

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Man At Gym Listening To Pump-Up Playlist To Get Courage To Take Off Shirt In Locker Room

BOSTON—Putting his headphones over his ears and taking a deep breath, local man Dalton Griffith was reportedly listening to his pump-up playlist at the gym Friday to get the courage to take off his shirt in the locker room. “I got this,” said Griffith, who turned up the volume on the DMX song from his carefully…Read more...

Celebrity Thinking About Getting Pilot’s License

LOS ANGELES—Saying it seemed like something he was supposed to do given his level of income and public renown, local celebrity Chris Hemsworth was reportedly thinking Friday about getting his pilot’s license. “I was just wondering what I should do now that I have a bunch of money and free time, and it just hit me—I…Read more...

The simplest creatures in the world

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Vatican Defrocks Anti-Abortion Priest Who Used Aborted Fetus In Sermon

The Vatican has defrocked the American anti-abortion priest Frank Pavone for what it called “blasphemous communications on social media” and “persistent disobedience” after he placed an aborted fetus on an altar and posted a video of it on two social media sites. What do you think?Read more...

The Chaos He Memorialized: RIP, San Francisco Photography Legend, Dave Schubert

It feels as if an era of San Francisco has passed with the news of the death of photographer, Dave Schubert. Many of my earliest memories of art, of underground culture, of life being fucking lived, was through the lens and eye of Dave Schubert. He was telling me the story of my home city without me even being conscious of it. From graffiti to skateboarding, city scenes to just urban culture as it was in this wild city in the 1990s and early 2000s, Schubert gave it an identity, a purpose, and f

Lies Fitness Trainers Tell Their Clients All The Time

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Detailed Illustrations Brim with Manic Mayhem in Mattias Adolfsson’s Exuberant Sketchbooks

In Mattias Adolfsson’s meticulous illustrations, organized chaos is the name of the game. Drawing inspiration from a recent trip to Japan, the Swedish artist has recently filled his 41st Moleskine notebook with science fiction-inspired scenes of sushi bar mayhem, urban piles, and travel woes. Redolent of Where’s Waldo, Adolfsson often incorporates a caricature of himself into each scene; his face peeks out from advertisements, food, and anthropomorphized objects. More Do stories and artis

Vatican Funeral Ends With Ritual Eating Of Pope Benedict’s Body

VATICAN CITY—In a requiem mass that followed strict liturgical protocol for a deceased head of the Roman Catholic Church, the funeral of Pope Benedict XVI reportedly concluded Thursday with the ritual eating of the former pontiff’s body. “Father, into your hands I commend his spirit, as we commend to our stomachs his…Read more...

Incredibly Productive House Of Representatives Assembles For 8th Vote In Just 3 Days

WASHINGTON—Defying speculation that the 118th Congress would get little accomplished during its term, the incredibly productive House of Representatives assembled Thursday for its eighth vote in just three days. “Less than 72 hours into the new session, and they’ve already held seven votes—these committed…Read more...

Onion Sports’ NFL Week 18 Picks

Onion Sports shares its expert analysis on the teams that will come away with victory in the NFL’s week 18 games.Read more...

How The House Speaker Is Elected

With a group of Republicans holding out against the candidacy of Rep. Kevin McCarthy, the election of a new House speaker has hit a stalemate, and the House cannot begin business until a speaker is chosen. The Onion takes a step-by-step look at how the speaker of the House is elected.Read more...

Decoding Teens’ Semaphore Messages: The Surprising Double Meanings Behind Common Flag-Wavings

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Funny Pictures – January 5, 2023

Grandma got an Apple watch but still insistent on sporting the Rolex. via I hate it when job interviewers ask “What is your greatest strength”, so I printed up these business cards to just hand out when asked. via My sister came out of the water with her pockets full of sand… via Went to […] The post Funny Pictures – January 5, 2023 first appeared on Odd Stuff Magazine.

Nation’s Children Of Alcoholics Figure They Might As Well Get Really Good At Pool

AKRON, OH—During a press conference in which they described the game as the best option available for passing the long hours their parents spent drinking at bars, children of the nation’s alcoholics announced Thursday that they might as well get really good at pool. “Our moms and dads just ordered their fourth round,…Read more...

Favorite Snack In Every State

Americans all across the country love to stuff their dumb fucking faces. The Onion examines the favorite snack in every state.Read more...

Study Finds Dolphins May Suffer From Alzheimer’s Disease

A study has found that the brains of some stranded dolphins showed classic markers of human Alzheimer’s disease, supporting the theory that “mass strandings” occur when one animal becomes confused and leads their pod into dangerously shallow waters. What do you think?Read more...

Plume Of Smoke Above Vatican Signals Last Evidence Of Abuse Has Been Burned

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Roger Goodell Announces Thinking Too Hard About Football Has Given Him CTE

NEW YORK—The NFL community was rocked by another disclosure of a devastating brain injury Wednesday after commissioner Roger Goodell announced that thinking too hard about football had given him CTE. “It is with sadness that I tell you league doctors have diagnosed me with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a condition…Read more...

Protective Mitch McConnell Takes New Senator Under Neck

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Biggest Things People Hate About ‘Wife Guys’

“Wife guys,” a term that has grown in popularity on social media, is used to describe men who base their entire personalities on being married to their wives. Here are the biggest things people hate about wife guys.Read more...

Neurologists Confirm Nightmares Persist After Death

CAMBRIDGE, MA—Shedding new light on what happens to humans after they die, a study published Wednesday in the Journal Of Neurology found that the nightmares will never cease, not even in death. “For decades, the consensus among scientists was that once life ended, the nightmares would end too, but new data confirms we…Read more...

Kyler Murray Doing Everything Possible To Get Back On Xbox Live

GLENDALE, AZ—After receiving surgery to repair a torn ACL, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray reportedly vowed Wednesday that he was doing everything possible to get back on Xbox Live. “It’s been really difficult not to be out there competing in the Call Of Duty battle royale with my fellow gamers, but I’m…Read more...

New York Bans Pet Stores From Selling Cats, Dogs, Rabbits

New York has become the latest state to ban the sale of cats, dogs, and rabbits in pet stores, passing a law that will take effect in 2024 and target commercial breeding operations decried by critics as “puppy mills.” What do you think?Read more...

Fetterman Struggling To Adapt To Size Of Capitol Building

WASHINGTON—Banging his head against the top of the dome in the rotunda, newly sworn-in Sen. John Fetterman (D-PA) told reporters Wednesday he was struggling to adapt to the size of the Capitol Building. “I didn’t think the transition from small-town Pennsylvania would be easy, but I wasn’t expecting to have to grease…Read more...

James Patterson To Complete Unfinished Michael Crichton Book

Bestselling author James Patterson is set to complete an unfinished manuscript by the late Michael Crichton, a story in which the imminent eruption of Hawaii’s Mauna Loa volcano threatens a secret cache of deadly chemical weapons. What do you think?Read more...

NFL Releases Statement Clarifying There Are Not Things More Important Than Football

NEW YORK—A day after a game was stopped and then indefinitely postponed following the on-field cardiac arrest of Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, the NFL issued a statement this afternoon in which it clarified to the public that there are not things more important than football. “Understandably, what happened last…Read more...

Kevin McCarthy Assures Skeptical Republicans He Shares Their Vision Of Innocents Drowning In Oceans Of Blood

WASHINGTON—In an effort to garner their support and become Speaker of the House, Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) assured his skeptical GOP colleagues Tuesday that he shared their vision of innocents drowning in oceans of blood. “While I hear your concerns and am prepared to make a long list of concessions in exchange for…Read more...

Idiotic New Year’s Resolutions You’ll Never Actually Keep

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Politicians Explain Why They Oppose Term Limits

While term limits may be popular among young legislators, many older career politicians have bristled at the idea. The Onion asked politicians why they oppose caps on government leadership, and this is what they said.Read more...

Iconic Artist Of ‘Huge Titty Lois Griffin’ Sadly Remains Unrecognized In His Lifetime

TOLEDO, OH—Toiling in obscurity on his cartoon porn adaptations, Aaron Metzler, the iconic artist of Huge Titty Lois Griffin, sadly remains unrecognized in his lifetime, sources confirmed Tuesday. “Despite being the defining creator of the Family Guy erotic fan art genre, nobody even knows Metzler’s name,” said art…Read more...

France To Offer Free Condoms To Adults Up To Age 25

French president Emmanuel Macron has announced that starting in 2023, condoms would be made available for free in pharmacies for 18- to 25-year-olds in a bid to reduce the spread of STIs, which increased by 30% over the last two years. What do you think?Read more...