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11 Things We Learned from 'Game of Thrones' Director David Nutter’s Reddit AMA

Time travel just might play a role in the final season of the series, according to the director who killed Jon Snow.
Beckett Mufson
a day ago
The VICE Guide to Right Now

The Dankest Memes of Elon Musk Smoking Weed

Grimes’s boyfriend smoked a doink on Joe Rogan’s podcast and the internet lost its damn mind.
Peter Slattery
9.7.18
Reddit

Inside the Reddit Forum Where Panicked People Ask Strangers for Legal Help

The LegalAdvice subreddit may not be the worst place to turn when you're in a crisis.
Nicole Clark
8.14.18
Australia Today

'Peegasms' Have Gone Mainstream

The pee-based orgasm has made it all the way from Reddit to Teen Vogue.
VICE Staff
8.14.18
Photos

The Forum Where People Share Heartbreaking Final Photos of Their Loved Ones

The r/LastImages subreddit is filled with beautiful last images of people who are no longer with us.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
8.6.18
Rick and Morty

'Rick and Morty' Fans Found an Obscure Easter Egg in 'Pickle Rick'

The absurd post-credits scene in the Emmy-nominated episode is actually a reference to a comic book legend.
Beckett Mufson
7.26.18
Memes

'Big Head, Little Body' Is the Perfect Meme for Humiliating Smug People

Everybody has a friend like this guy.
Beckett Mufson
7.18.18
Social Media

The New Hot Social Media Trend Is Actually Interacting with People

Instagram's AMA and a few viral Tweets show there's still hope in hell.
Luke O'Neil
7.17.18
Gaming

The 'Civilization V' Players Trying to Perfect Democracy

Playing a video game by democracy is beautiful, frustrating, and all too real
Matthew Gault
7.11.18
cooking

What We Learned About Cooking Corn from KoЯn Fans

We asked KoЯn fans what their favorite ways of eating corn are, and they delivered. Turns out that a lot of them know how to cook some damn corn.
Munchies Staff
7.8.18
Memes

Some Genius Memers Are Creatively Fighting the EU's Possible Meme Ban

Can internet logic save memes?
Beckett Mufson
7.1.18
battlefield

The Battlefield Subreddit Has Banned Complaining About 'Historical Accuracy'

“We're done, its over. New rule: No more bitching about historical accuracy, it's a game, not a history book. Violations will have consequences.”
Matthew Gault
6.17.18