The ever-creative Steamed Hams memes have now infiltrated Dragon Ball Z.
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Airports are fascinating places.
Two of the biggest American shows of the 90s brought together by one meme: Steamed Hams.
Some Batman Forever clips crept into my YouTube recommendation feed today so I watched them.
Unpopular opinion: Picasso was overrated and a creep.
There's nothing worse than ordering a pizza and not getting what you wanted.
While we wait for that Quantum Leap movie Donald Bellisario is working on, we can now travel with actor Scott Bakula on a map. Sort of.
The only thing hotter than Gabrielle Union is a row of wings from Hot Ones. Here's how she did.
The world of minimalism is literally whitewashed. These are the stories of black minimalists.
The Hague is hosting the "world’s largest Mondrian painting" on the façade of its City Hall. It's in commemoration of the 100-year anniversary of the founding of De Stijl, a Dutch modernist movement. Piet Mondrian was a chief progenitor who inspired the likes of Maarten Baas, Joris Laarman and Piet Hein Eek, who are still influenced by the …
Is Germany teaming up with Jamaica in the name of politics? Not quite. But the Jamaica coalition is important to the European nation.
Mitch Hedberg was a modern-day king of deadpan. One of my favourite Mitch Hedberg quotes is: I did a radio interview. The DJs first question was "Who are you?" I had to think, "Is this guy really deep or did I drive to the wrong station?" The outward reflection of his bad jokes were jokes …
They know how to party for Halloween in San Francisco. Atlas Obscura wrote an article about Two Decades of San Francisco’s Wildest Queer Halloween Parties. Check out this excerpt from 1995: “This annual Halloween party is a victim of success [...] It simply got too big for its britches—although not all partygoers have bothered to …
One of my favourite forms of art, kintsugi is the idea that anything broken can be repaired with added beauty.