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Oobah Butler's Guide to Faking Your Way to the Top

Read an excerpt from the VICE writer's new book, 'How To Bullsh*t Your Way To Number 1: An Unorthodox Guide To 21st Century Success'.
Oobah Butler
4.30.19
bullshit

I Followed the Advice in Zoella's New Book, 'Cordially Invited'

Amazing stuff to prepare you for a lifetime of servitude! #Cute.
Lauren O'Neill
11.21.18
scams

This Upsetting $13 Avocado Toast Is Just a Sad Pile of Ingredients

P sure that's not 'deconstructed,' that's 'lazy.'
Jelisa Castrodale
9.19.18
politics

There's More to Our Political Malaise Than Bluffing Elites

A new book, 'Bluffocracy', attempts to skewer chancing politicians, but it falls short of diagnosing the crisis in Westminster and beyond.
Yohann Koshy
9.19.18
Yeah, But It's Not As Simple As That

We Ranked the Absolute Worst Self Help Advice in the World

And then tried to follow the one piece of advice that we agreed is the least helpful of the lot.
sam wolfson
5.8.18
Internet

I Watched the 34-Hour Infowars Marathon and It Turned My Brain To Mush

It was less Fox News and more a super scary QVC.
Mack Lamoureux
11.14.17
Hangovers

I Tried All the Hangover Cures I Could Find

Don’t try this at home, kids.
Mack Lamoureux
9.27.17
Can't Handle the Truth

Four Fake News Stories Liberals Gobbled Up This Week

Stephen Colbert once said "the truth has a liberal bias". That doesn't mean liberals don't enjoy bullshit – including bullshit about Colbert himself.
Mike Pearl
5.14.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

West Virginia's Governor Brought Actual Bullshit to the State Capitol

On a silver platter.
Drew Schwartz
4.14.17
Not Actual News

Here’s a Bullshit Non-Story About Rod Stewart Staging a “Mock Execution” in the Desert

Good that we forced him to apologize though. Who knows what horrors his lack of contrition may have wrought.
Alex Robert Ross
3.6.17
Health

A Requiem for 10,000 Steps, or: Why 'Health' Is a Scam

Everything you thought you knew about health was a lie.
Joel Golby
2.23.17
tech

A Wikipedian Explains How Wikipedia Stays Reliable in the Fake News Era

"If Wikipedia's rules were applied to Facebook? Oh my God! They'd lose 99 percent of their content."
Mike Pearl
11.25.16
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