Crap

Features

Why Is Everyone So Excited About the Return of Jamiroquai?

I decided to set about asking peers and colleagues what they made of the funkadelic hat-stand's imminent comeback.
Josh Baines
3.22.17
Gaming

Nintendo: Play the Switch While You Poop

Nintendo knows what you want.
Samantha Cole
1.26.17
Stuff

Over or Under: We Asked a Physicist to End the World’s Great Toilet Paper Debate

What we talk about when we talk about toilet paper orientation.
VICE Staff
6.10.16
Ink Spots

'Creamer' Is an Art-School Mag with Trashy Ambitions

We talked to the women behind it about fun, art, and why they're not calling themselves a feminist zine.
Joe Goodman
10.14.15
megg mogg and owl

Don't Shit in the Subway

Megg takes a public dump.
Simon Hanselmann
4.27.15
Stuff

Brown Death: A History of Poop As a Weapon

I've heard of people using their teeth, boobs, fists, knees, feet, dicks, elbows, and heads as weapons, so why not poop?
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
4.23.15
Features

Why I'll Miss Weird RadioShack

You've got questions about RadioShack's relevance. I've got answers.
ALEX PASTERNACK
2.8.15
Stuff

The Five Times I’ve (Literally) Shit My Pants

At some stage in our development we’ve all shit ourselves. Or at least, I have, and I'm retelling each of those times for your reading pleasure.
Sam Briggs
8.12.14
Stuff

America Has the World’s Shittiest Toilets

If only we spent as much time on the crapper thinking about the pitiful state of our toilet technology as we did thumbing through the Victoria's Secret catalogue.
Arielle Pardes
7.31.14
The Sundaes Issue

Who's Number One at Holding Number Two?

We persuaded a few strangers to put on diapers and swallow a bunch of laxatives and see who would shit first.
Darby Buick
5.27.14
Stuff

Sugarless Gummy Bears Are Not Safe for Humans

There has been lots of talk on the internet lately about Haribo sugarfree gummy bears and how they make you make shit like a madman. One staffer was skeptical, so we made him eat a bunch and report back to us. Here's what happened.
River Donaghey
1.20.14
News

Scientists Are Transforming Garbage and Sewage into Electricity

Landfills are overcrowded, and Europe and the US contribute to 32 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Together, these two problems could destroy the world, but scientists in America and Sweden are hoping to stop these trends by turning garbage...
Rebekah Marcarelli
11.3.13
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