The Truth and Lies Issue
How the 'Mandela Effect' Theory of False Memories Took Over the Internet
Have you misremembered the spellings of childhood favorites like 'The Berenstain Bears', Froot Loops and Jif peanut butter? This theory explains why.
invasion of privacy
Why the 'Fappening' Keeps Happening
More hacked celebrity nudes have been released, which says a lot about the people posting and consuming them.
Everything You Need to Know About Ireland's Real-Life 'Purge Night'
Ireland's police have said they're going to strike this Friday, so we walked around Dublin asking people what they'd do on a night with no laws.
We Talked to the Advertising Standards Authority About Why That YSL Advert Is Not OK
What constitutes an advert that could cause offence or harm, and what happens when you try to stop it getting printed?
In Defence of South Dublin
What it was like to grow up in the South Dublin suburbs.
One Direction Fan-Fic Writers Have Not Taken Zayn's Departure at All Well
We reviewed some of the most lyrical and heart-wrenching fiction we've read so far today.
Jennifer Lawrence and Why Hollywood Is Done with Boring Male Heroes
Steven Spielberg's decision to cast Lawrence as his first female lead in 30 years is one riddled with significance.
Christian Grey Is the Basic Bitch Version of Patrick Bateman
Fifty Shades was less 'sex-fuelled chick flick' and more 'Capitalist nightmare'.
Audio-Only Porn Is Putting the Mystery into Masturbation
We talked to the Audio Porn Tumblr about their open submission policy and the pros of online porn with no visuals.
A Letter of Condolence to the Narcissistic Google Glasshole
Google has canned its most controversial device; its devotees must be distraught.
Shayne Ward Is Selling Himself On Webcam to Fund His Next Album
The £50 he's charging his fans for ten minutes is nothing compared to the price of X-Factor's fast fame for its contestants.
The Film That Made Me...
'Mulholland Drive' Was the Film That Made Me Rethink Cinema
(And convinced me that I was a lesbian for a bit.)