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This Video of Trump Singing 'Thank U, Next' Is Truly Cursed

Brace yourselves.
Kara Weisenstein
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Tim Heidecker's New Song 'Ballad of the Incel Man' Is Savage as Hell

It's a brilliant roast of the kind of dudes that wear 'Hillary for Prison' shirts or whatever.
River Donaghey
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch the Explosive New Trailer for 'American Vandal' Season Two

The search for the "turd burglar" looks like it's about to be a major shit show.
Beckett Mufson

Don’t Mistake ‘This Sounds Serious’ for a Real True Crime Podcast

Canadian creators of ‘This Is That’ have launched their own surreal take on the genre.
Sarah Berman
Internet videos of paticular importance

Here Is a Song Made Up Entirely of Shania Twain's Facebook Page Comments

YouTube comedy-songwriter Hot Dad sings the strangeness of the comment section, with every spelling mistake intact.
Alex Robert Ross
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A Twitter Joke Convinced People Trump Watches the 'Gorilla Channel' All Day

The fake 'Fire and Fury' excerpt fooled the internet into thinking the president loves his "gorilla-based content."
Drew Schwartz
Noisey 2017

The Ting Goes Skrrrahh, Pap–Parody, and Into The Mainstream

How did two parody rap acts – Big Shaq and Kurupt FM – become two of this year’s most successful artists?
Niloufar Haidari
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'American Vandal' Is Getting a Second Season

Funny or Die just dropped a new teaser, suggesting teen investigative reporter Peter Maldonado might have bigger fish to fry than #WhoDrewTheDicks.
Beckett Mufson
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Netflix Is Making a True-Crime Parody About Dick Graffiti

The series, 'American Vandal,' aims to get to the bottom of a more mundane, if not equally important, mystery.
VICE Staff
The VICE Guide to Right Now

T.J. Miller Is Leaving 'Silicon Valley'

Peace out, Erlich.
VICE Staff
thump news

This Hilarious Chainsmokers Parody Shows You How to Write One of Their Songs in Five Minutes

"Point your finger at a map, pick a place, and fake about how you used to go there."
Alexander Iadarola
Broadly DK

Inside 'Reductress', the Feminist Parody Site the Internet Didn't Know It Needed

Founded by three New York comedians in their apartment, the site now has more than a quarter of a million unique views a month.
Erin Meisenzahl-Peace