I'll have as many pints as I want, thank you very much, Mr David Davis!
Apparently there's loads of free money knocking about if you know how to google it.
Would anyone speak to me? Is there any truth at all that it's the "new Tinder"? How many drunk people would come on to me?
America's favorite drag superstar reads the gay community, Hollywood's capitalist core, and his own legacy.
Mr Cannabis has been planting weed seeds in Glastonbury council's flower displays for nearly 20 years, but one or two pissed off locals recently complained, thrusting Free into the limelight.
Laptop? Yes. Wok? No. Stationery? Also no. Sandwich maker? No. Laptop? Again, still yes. Essentially you just need to take that.
Feel for the crud monster who added 250 women he was trying to bang into the same WhatsApp group. Or don't.
Is it possible to manipulate brain function to have sex without all those annoying post-coital feelings?
Is it better to party out than fade away?
Facebook thinks it knows us and it couldn't be more wrong.
"I used to imagine how I'd win street fights in my head, or how I'd never get hurt from drunkenly climbing that scaffolding, but the crash changed all that."
It's important to know.
A new exhibit at the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia explores the beauty and individuality of human skulls.
"I had to be so focused, so disciplined for the whole year," he said.
Jenkem is a throwback to those simpler days when we could all laugh at ourselves and know that, like most things, at its heart skateboarding is so very, very stupid.
"Uh, I don't know the exact title because it had loads of words in it, but it was... actually I've really forgotten it."
Beyond The Meme is a new column from Broadly in which we explore what life is like after unexpected viral fame. Here we talk to the Chocolate Rain guy, aka Tay Zonday, about a cult classic video that's been viewed by 109 million people.
Head up the A1 and you'll notice sex-based businesses everywhere. We called in at each one to work out why the old Great North Road has become such a popular spot for sexy stuff.
Tick them off like a bingo card, if you like. I mean, it doesn't matter: you're still going to end up fucking them.
I returned to Istanbul right before last month's failed coup attempt, and I'm still trying to make sense of my home in an age of growing authoritarianism and fear.
Is the answer to our emotional problems found in our dreams? We found out.
First of all, why do you think jumping is impressive to women?
Lab.Oratory is a place where gay sex knows few limits—a perfect metaphor for our marriage.
We spoke to Garnette Cadogan, whose brilliant essay in The Fire This Time shows how walking is yet another arena where a black person must tread carefully.