There Will Be No Malia Obama Slander from This Day On
Not this Black History Month, not ever.
You're Smarter Than That
The ‘Sleeping Beauty Diet’ Doesn't Make You Lose Weight
It's just a pretty-sounding euphemism for narcorexia—drugging yourself to sleep in order to avoid eating.
Here Are the Best Daily Mail Comments About Those Queen-Rihanna Photoshops
Pretty self-explanatory really.
Jamelia Has Slayed Piers Morgan Over the Beyonce Album
"Newsflash honey... It wasn't made for you."
Longreads Or Whatever
How a Kid Running an Obscure Music Forum Became the Target Of the UK's Biggest Ever Piracy Case
From his bedroom in North East England, Kane Robinson ran a music forum for 12,000 enthusiastic indie fans. But did a uni student with no prior convictions really deserve two years in prison?
Everyone You'll Meet at This Year's Halloween Parties
Donald Trump, the eggplant emoji, and something made out of cardboard that takes too much explaining and wasn't funny anyway.
Phoebe Walsh, Illustrations: Sam Taylor
Malvertising Hits 'The Daily Mail,' One of the Biggest News Sites on the Web
Malicious ads continue to target the biggest names in news.
Now We All Have to Imagine David Cameron Sticking His Genitals Inside a Dead Pig
An unauthorized biography of the British Prime Minister alleges he fooled around with a severed pig's head in college.
Here's What Growing Old Really Looks Like
Let's face it: we're not the kind of people who get engaged at 25 as the <i>Daily Mail</i> would have us believe.
Playing Cricket with Migrants and Anti-UKIP Activists
As the election approaches, nobody's talking about the humanitarian crisis on our doorstep.
VICE vs Video games
The Games That Make Murder Less Mundane
"Call of Duty" kills are boring next to those of "Bulletstorm" and "Bayonetta," so why not try a more creative slaughter sim?
Mephedrone, Psychosis, and a Severed Penis: When Drugs Are Blamed in British Courts
This week, a man who stabbed his mother several times before severing his own dick used a "drug-induced psychosis" defense. But how legitimate is it for offenders to lay all the blame on narcotics?