A Colorado BBQ joint called Rubbin' Buttz promised to give a 10 percent discount in honor of white people. I went, and it sucked.
Khloe Kardashian said on television that she was thinking about using a parasite to lose weight, but like a lot of things that get said on reality TV, that's a terrible idea.
It features the religious icon having sex with a variety of people and animals—but its creator claims it's not intended to be an attack on anyone's faith.
Every Monday, Guy Montgomery and Tim Batt wake up at 9 AM to watch the Adam Sandler ensemble comedy and then discuss the movie on a podcast called The Worst Idea of All Time.
A group called American Atheists is bankrolling a fledgling streaming TV channel called Atheist TV, which intends to cater to what they refer to as the fastest-growing religious group in America. The only problem is, they don't even know what to broadcast…
An all-alcohol diet that satisfies all of your daily nutritional needs is possible, but it's not fun to do and will make you shit blood. You won't even lose weight. So don't do it.
The land of off-brand soda is vast and largely uncharted. The tastes these beverages hold exist only inside of their cans and can't be found anywhere else in the whole world. It's like a Willy Wonka of weird water, and I found a golden ticket.
Kurt Braunohler is the closest thing we have to a real life Willy Wonka, a whimsical eccentric who uses his resources to better the day of the average citizen in the most ridiculous way possible. In this case, he jet-skied down the Mississippi for charity…
On Thanksgiving Day 1931, a bunch of militant atheists gathered together to complain about God in a parody church service led by a racist.
Last Saturday, over 300 cyclists gathered in Minneapolis for a 50-mile bike race in the freezing cold that featured nine checkpoints where they had to stop and take a shot. What could go wrong?
Watching Twilight films back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back with a bunch of tweens and emotionally disturbed women is about as boring and horrifying as you'd expect.
When VICE asked me to walk around with my mug decorated like a homeless anarchist who keeps a dog on a rope, I jumped at the opportunity. Little did I know I would kind of resemble Mike Tyson if he were a hairy, effete white boy from Canada.