- posted 03/01/2012
Are you someone whose day can be ruined by witnessing clumsy spelling all over the world's largest social network? Then this delightful list will let you live vicariously through the venom of others who aren't afraid to publicly challenge and humiliate sloppy wordsmiths. NOTE: If you see any improper spelling in this paragraph, please respond obnoxiously.[ Via Lamebook, Failbook, David K, Aubrey, Dani, Redditor Asytra, CollegeHumor, Pam R., Correy B., Molly S., Yasrsly, Redditor majikmixx, Redditor LOLinternetLOL, Redditor jessicadives, RM Kelly, Allie S., Glenn G., Cathy R., Hello Internet, Dara N., Lauren J., Young Egotist, Rachel N., Lizzie F., David G., Dude McGuy, Alissa M., Image Shack, Chrissy RR, Four 4ths, Thad C., Gorian H., Rebecca S., Unfriendable, Meg S., Katy S., Soul Child 07, Redditor skopey, Redditor AnacondaML, Redditor Sabojik, Redditor Uknowme4mnowhere, Redditor Lazarus1219, Mr. photophiend, David C., Redditor dogtkd520, Reddit 4RN8Z ]
- posted 11/20/2013
You are his life, Emily.
Witnessing these nasty breakups in person would be incredibly uncomfortable. But when you can watch from a safe, projectile-free distance on Facebook, it's like seeing a building implode. A building with two very annoying people inside. On the other hand, maybe all of these couples could've stayed together longer if they communicated by any means other than social media.[ Via Lamebook, CollegeHumor, LOLSnaps, Reddit, 9GAG, Claire R., Lamebook, Reddit, Reddit, Lamebook, Lamebook, Lamebook, CollegeHumor, Unfriendable, Lamebook, Failbook, Lamebook, FB Humor, Lamebook ]
- posted 03/14/2013
How could he cheat on her. She's so enterprising! (Via Times Colonist)
We all get cheated on at some point, right? If we're lucky, we never find out about it or we're too busy having our own affairs to care. Even if you're presently in a loving, trusting relationship with nothing but picnic brunches and mutually orgasmic weekend sex, you should still come up with a plan for how to react when you find out you've been cheated on. Don't get caught with your pants down just because you caught your partner that way. To give you some ideas, here are 10 examples we found of people exacting vengeance upon their untrue lovers via some extremely enjoyable, humiliating methods.
- posted 12/13/2011
Having sifted through our Twitter feed every weekday to gather our daily Tweet Picks, we've assembled a pretty comprehensive document of the year 2011. According to the people we follow, the biggest historical milestones of 2011 were Kim Kardashian's divorce, Steve Jobs's death, Facebook's redesign and all that crap Netflix tried to pull. We've gathered here the 50 standouts from our Tweet Picks to create a nice, succinctly worded snapshot of the year that was.
- posted 03/03/2014[ Via Getty Images ]
- posted 07/10/2013
That's "Elder" as in a high-ranking Mormon. Apparently, special underwear doesn't stop this.
Thanks to there being so many overlapping modes of communication, it's easy to mix up your private conversations with the announcements you're blasting out to anyone with an internet hookup. Considering how much private information people intentionally volunteer on Facebook and elsewhere, it's now all that much more exciting when you discover those few remaining tidbits of info your friends actually didn't intend to share. We love these Facebook slip-ups because they are a refreshing reminder that people are still capable of being embarrassed by stuff.[ Via Lamebook, Failbook, CollegeHumor, Smosh, Izismile, Redditor MartholomewMind, Redditor Tgg161, Redditor HackitFast, Redditor TXTMSgirlfriend ]
- posted 11/27/2012
The hand-posted flyer is perhaps the cheapest way to spread the word about lost dogs, found cats, and creepy looking men offering low-cost guitar lessons. But most of the time, those flyers serve as nothing more than reading material for people waiting to get into a bathroom or on a bus. The flyers collected here acknowledge this reality, and they respond by trying to do nothing more than entertain whatever pair of eyes happen to be aimed in their direction. You now have no excuse for wasting all your time on the Internet when it's perfectly clear you could be wasting paper out in the real world.[ Via BuzzFeed, The High Definite, The Daily What, Work LOLs, Geek-Art, Reddit, imgur, Todd Lamb, The Daily What, Work LOLs, Funny Daze, Squidoo, Fropki, Uniquedaily, Pleated-Jeans, CollegeHumor, Flickr, Phil Jones, Sweet Bird Of Mischief, Bizarre Signs, Speedway J Graham, Ubuweb, Neatorama, imgur, Triple M, Exquisite Crap, Jennythewren, SB Nation, Dean M., LA Weekly, Fun XPres, imgur, Jacqueline M., Acid Cow, Pleated Jeans ]
- posted 02/24/2014
Do you have any lube left? We're making sundaes! (Via)
No matter how turned on the sound of their passionate sex-having might get you, there comes a time in every neighborly relationship when you just have to tell the people next door, "Mutually orgasm more quietly as I have work in the morning." These notes do the job with some excellent passive-aggressive sarcasm and even a few brilliant assists from modern technology.
This guy shared a picture proving his wife looked like a 60-year-old woman as a kid. The Internet went nuts.posted 12/12/2013
Ironically, those glasses would look pure hipster on an adult. (via reddit)
The Internet can sometimes feel like a big group hangout where you can say anything and find some acceptance. Other times, it feels like a big group hangout where you get too comfortable and show your friends a picture from your childhood and everyone laughs in your face and brings it up every time they see you for the next forever years.
That's what happened to redditor Beerdrummer late on Monday when he shared the above photo of his wife as a child, when due to horrible fashion incidents she looked exactly like a pleasant senior citizen. By the time he woke up the next morning, his wife had become the 60 Year Old Girl meme, which rose quickly to the top of r/AdviceAnimals (a hotbed of these types of memes).
Fortunately, Beerdrummer and his wife were very amused by her new Internet fame (yes, she knows how to use a computer). This just goes to prove what I'm always saying: it's always a good idea to publicly embarrass your significant other.[ Via BuzzFeed, redditor otisshredding, redditor gMcizzLe, redditor SouljaBoyd, redditor MikeyPDizzle, redditor Felwen, redditor stpfan1, redditor PizzaEggRolls, redditor Beerdrummer ]
- posted 12/20/2012
Hope everyone had a happy, safe, and prosperous Kony 2012! Another year, another 1,000 hours spent unsubscribing from Facebook friends who never met a religious platitude or specious political argument they didn't "like." It was a big year for the world's most infuriating social network. Kony! The election! That day a few weeks ago where we all pretended we were lawyers and posted made-up legalese in our status updates, as if we hadn't surrendered all of our proprietary information to Mark Zuckerberg years ago! No matter how angry it makes us, Facebook continues to deliver the best human frailty-based entertainment that can be had. These 50 posts represent the most hilarious, bewildering, and cringe-inducing Facebook finds we encountered this year. As we bring 2012 to a close, this is our annual toast to the billion humans who make all this possible...