Time for your weekly edition of Drew Magary's Funbag. Today, we're talking about the American South, penis toes, free shoes, existential loneliness and more.
Being comfortable by yourself is hard, especially during this pandemic – but there are ways to make it feel a little easier.
"I think I'm in about £17,000 or £18,000 [of debt]. Everybody knows I’m living paycheque to paycheque but nobody understands why."
A recent poll from organisation Turning Point showed that 54 percent of 18 to 24-year-olds get lonely, and 21 percent say they are intoxicated once a week or more.
Today's solo dwellers are less likely to design their homes around entertaining others than previous generations were. That makes sense: We're busy, on a tight budget, and exhausted.
Michel d’Oultremont has trained himself to poop in a cup and live in a tiny tent for days on end – all in the pursuit of a perfect shot.
Being more intentional with our social interactions can improve our well-being and help stave off emotional burnout.
Dopamine fasting involves a kind of social isolation that experts say could actually be detrimental to your health.
A new study suggests there may be more than just a link between smartphone reliance and depression: The one may cause the other.
Two big 2018 studies found that young adults report being more lonely than older people. But what if you just don't have that one best mate?
One in three of us now describe ourselves as "socially isolated". Can salvation be bought for £20 an hour?
We got deep with the creators of the HBO stoner dramedy to see how they cope with loneliness. Hint: It's weed... sort of.