All the British Foods That Should Have Been Ranked by YouGov
The parmo? Greggs' vegan sausage roll? *Hello?*
Musicians Are Poorer and More Abused Than Regular People, Survey Says
A new report sheds stark light on income, discrimination, harassment, mental health, and other challenges facing musicians in the US.
It's Official: Kit Kats Are the Most Overrated Chocolate Bar in the World
They have been voted the world's favourite chocolate bar. And I am here to tell you that the world is wrong.
A Point-by-Point Analysis of Belle & Sebastian’s Really Polite Survey
The Scottish group has put questions to fans about a cruise they're planning for August 2019 and it's so damn sweet :').
Gluten-Free People Are Getting Laid Way More than the Rest of Us
They might not have pizza, but they have a lot of sex.
All the Worst Things You Can Do During Sex
According to this big survey of people who've had sex and not enjoyed certain stuff about the sex they've had.
Study Says Catering for Different Dietary Requirements Creates More Food Waste
New research from Sainsbury’s claims that families who cook multiple dishes for celiacs, vegans, vegetarians, or meat eaters end up wasting more food.
EXCLUSIVE: One in Five Can Get Cocaine Delivered as Quickly as Pizza
A YouGov survey for VICE UK shows that British drug policy is completely out of touch with reality.
Guess Which Diners Are the Worst Tippers
Women, Democrats, and Southerners all have something in common, according to a recent survey.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Open Relationships Are Less Sexually Satisfying Than Monogamy, Study Finds
Around 82 percent of people in monogamous relationships said they were satisfied with their sex lives, while only 71 percent of polyamorous people said the same.
Brits Are Too Embarrassed to Ask for Tap Water in Restaurants
And it’s creating a huge plastic bottle waste problem, warns a new report from environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy.
British Alcohol Consumption Has Hit a 12-Year Low
According to the Office of National Statistics, the number of adults who drink regularly dropped from 64.2 percent in 2005 to 56.9 percent in 2016.