The Armpit of the Internet
Click around and you'll find groups devoted to "Wisconsin families that love each other" and a page devoted to confessions like "I love the smell of my husband's cock on my toddler's face when I kiss her."
Vaping has become an intense topic online, especially on forums like Oliver Kershaw's E-Cigarette-Forum.
Considering that sporting a leaky zit falls somewhere on the ladder of social taboos between eating your own boogers and gargling hobo cum, why do so many excruciatingly graphic videos of zit-popping become smash hits on YouTube?
After 724 days of nearly incessant tweets and more than 800 videos, I sat down with Jacob Bakkila and Thomas Bender, the artists behind two of the internet’s greatest mysteries—Twitter’s Horse_ebooks and YouTube’s Pronunciation Book.
Poke around the crusty corners of the internet’s vilest porn repositories, and you’ll find that it doesn’t get much filthier than hentai. Freed of the body’s physical limitations, animated porn stars can keep guzzling demon semen long after Sasha Grey...
Michelle Lhooq takes another stroll down the ass crack of the internet to find out what's happening on some of the web's most racist forums. Some of what she uncovers is so ignorant, it's almost as funny as it is sad. The glut of hate and negativity...
Sheathing your legs in tubes of yarn while your feet dangle out in the cold is like popping mittens on your elbows. So why are these frumpy, outdated, and fundamentally absurd excuses for socks the source of so many boners on the internet?