On the surface, that WikiHow article seems like a sane, rational way to go about doing something totally insane and irrational. A wedding expert was surprisingly game to go through the manual step-by-step with me and provide an unsentimental critique.
A few years ago, I asked a pregnant friend what she'd do if her baby was born fugly. "I'd want people to lie," she said. "I'd want people to tell me she's the most beautiful baby in the world." Isn't that rather meaningless?
I've always championed weed for its lack of addictive qualities and yet had never demonstrated this in almost a decade. The only way to know my dependency on weed was to go to a place where I would find absolutely none of it.
For $150 and the cost of parking, I agreed to be tickled on camera in a hotel room in Burbank, California, for a subscription fetish site. It's surprisingly difficult to relax enough to actually laugh when someone is filming you.
Walter Keane, the subject of an upcoming Tim Burton biopic, reaped a fortune back in the 60s painting weeping waifs with hypnotic, saucer-size eyes. But it was his long-suffering wife, Margaret, toiling down in his basement studio, who painted the art tha…
Tickets to the touring circus might be more expensive than a regular circus tickets, but it's worth it because cats are the perfect mix of adorable and arrogant. The star cat, Tuna, mainly used his role as an opportunity to tell everyone "fuck you."
The Princeton student got annoyed at someone telling him to "check your privilege" and wrote an essay about his Holocaust-surviving grandparents. Then everyone got excited or mad, because this is the internet.
The New York Times just profiled @Seinfeld2000, the now legendary Twitter account that imagens that Seinfeld hadn't been canceled due to poor ratings and was still on TV today, so we decided to look back at the things he wrote for Noisey.
After a series of incredible guest spots on Conan, an album on Jack White's Third Man Records, and a gig in the cast of the TBS sitcom Ground Floor, comedian Rory Scovel is producing his first hour-long special himself. Despite all this acti…
The comedian and podcaster is being shaken down for $3 million by a company that claims he violated a patent from 1996 that covers podcasting. His court battle in September of this year will be a make-or-break moment for the podcast world.
The tide of public opinion on marijuana has turned to such an extent that the US Prohibition Party, which advocates for the banning of commercial liquor sales, is publicly stating that it isn't fully on the side of criminalizing weed possession.
In August of last year, campus preacher Brother Dean Saxton caused outrage after preaching at the University of Arizona and holding a sign that read, "YOU DESERVE RAPE." VICE went to Arizona to meet up with Dean as he was preparing to protest the screenin…