"There are a lot of people who come here and treat it like a candy store."
There's always the potential for disaster during Thanksgiving, and this year's more of a powder keg than usual. These stories will make you forget the pilgrim fairy tales, talking politics with your family, and the saturated fat.
Bob spent most of the year by himself in a farmhouse on a property he owned outside Collins. If he still hunted or fished, it wasn't with anybody he'd known back when he lived in town: Nobody really knew what Bob did with his time.
Certain local governments want to crack down on "illegal" tattooists, so we asked our friends to show us their best illegal tattoos.
"I texted my mom and told her I was going to die and that I loved her. All jokes aside, it was fucking terrifying."
On an all new episode of Action Bronson & Friends Watch Ancient Aliens, Action gets a massage and Andy Milonakis tries to explain what memories are.
Getting expelled from school once sounded a lot like freedom, but turns out it's not that much fun at all.
Basically, we're vile, disgusting creatures, and we want to share.
I'm a clinical psychologist, and most of my younger patients' anxieties are related to their sexuality.
Unwinding from the stress that comes with having sold your soul to the devil is hard, you know.
Jul 14, 2016
Terrible tales at 35,000 feet.
On this episode of Daily VICE, Chris Pontius meets the animator who made the visuals for his story on Party Legends and Noisey hangs out with Japanese metal band BABYMETAL.
From BJs in sheds to the ubiquitous innocent joint, there are lots of ways for teenagers to find themselves sent home for the summer.
Who would've thought that a children's book called NASTYbook would be deemed too disgusting and inappropriate for kids?
Stories of randy golfers, drunken parties, and general debauchery from some of America's finest private golf courses.
"I went home, and the apartment was on fire."
Our parents gave us life; we repay them by acting like little shits.
Martin Rost photographed scars and penned the stories behind them.
We asked people who work in college admissions offices about the strangest things they've seen.
Stay tuned for the big changes coming to VICE magazine next year.
Take a peek at a brand new run of amazing stories from our offices around the world.
VICE Europe editors share how their parents kept them from misbehaving when they were little.
"A Brave Werewolf Becomes Clickbait" and other updated classics.
Pot is more plentiful and powerful than ever, but low-grade shake still has its fans.