A Deep Dive Into the 'Goths Love Monster Energy' Meme
A journey that spans "mall goths", the company's "Making A Monster" manifesto and a Christian activist who believes the cans contain hidden Satanic symbols.
Inside the Reddit Group for Self-Identified Narcissists
Support groups for victims of narcissistic abuse are everywhere. But where do the narcissists themselves go?
Some of Reddit's Wildest Relationship Stories Are Lies. I'd Know – I Wrote Them
Reddit's r/relationships has some 3 million fans, lapping up stories of bizarre relationship quirks. We spoke to some of the people who fabricate those stories.
'Live, Laugh, Love' Mums Defend the Much-Maligned Decor Trend
If you've fled to your parents' home during coronavirus, you'll already be more than familiar with this style of interior design.
Definitive Proof That the Simpson Children Have Aged
Think Bart, Lisa and Maggie are still 10, 8 and 1 respectively? Think again.
People With Now-Dead Meme Tattoos Tell Us They Regret Nothing
Viral memes like Harambe and "Damn, Daniel" can quickly fall into obscurity, but that doesn't bother these guys.
An Exhaustive Analysis of 300 Winning Dishes on 'Come Dine With Me'
I analysed 300 dishes from the Channel 4 show to find out the most common winners. Dear lord!
Why This 'Chonky' Seal Pillow Is All Over Your Social Media Feed
Adverts for this plush animal toy have been all over Instagram and Facebook. Who's behind this mysterious chubby stuffed blob?
The Website Where People Share Their Most Shameful Secrets
r/TrueOffMyChest is where you go to vent when you can't vent anywhere else.
The Website Where Kids Publicly Shame Their 'Insane Parents'
The subreddit is full of bizarre behaviour, from anti-vaxxer Facebook rants to a mother watching her child on security cameras to ensure they wash the dishes at exactly 3PM.
The Story of the 'Baby Benz', the World's Most Coveted Toy
How mini drivable luxury cars entranced a generation – me included.
The Subreddit Where You Can Get Paid for Ordering Pizza
On the questionably titled r/SlaveLabour, a guy made £30 in a week by texting people about hippos, while one woman now earns over £50,000 a year.