sad

entertainment

What to Watch According to How Sad You Are This February

Whether you’re heartbroken or politically distraught, there are plenty of ways to indulge in misery.
Mica Lemiski
2.22.19
Culture

Disney Movies Ranked from Least to Most Childhood-Ruining

So. Much. Parental death.
VICE Staff
9.17.18
mlb

David Wright Was the Ultimate Met

The Mets third baseman has been a specter since 2015 but, before that, he was on a Hall of Fame track.
Howard Megdal
9.14.18
Munchies

Widow Lived for Weeks on Leftover Cheese from Husband's Funeral After Error Marked Her as Dead, Too

Warning: This story is sad even though it's about cheese.
Jelisa Castrodale
8.6.18
Burgers

My Heart Aches for This Sad-Looking Airport Burger

Move over, Fyre Festival cheese sandwich.
Mayukh Sen
4.5.18
daily vice

How Collecting Wasp Nests Helped 'Hornet Boy' Cope with His Anxiety

We met up with Terry Prouty, a prolific collector of wasp nests, to hear about the connection between his hobby and his mental health.
VICE Staff
10.5.17
Dating

Tips for How to Breakup Without Being an Asshole

Here is one blueprint so you don't fuck it up next time.
Beth McColl
9.22.17
Radioactive Dogs

Please Do Not Pet the Radioactive Puppies of Chernobyl

Fallout dogs IRL.
Becky Ferreira
9.21.17
Monuments Men

Trump is so sad we're tearing down “beautiful” Confederate statues

Alex Thompson
8.17.17
Comics!

'Wholesome Cloud Person,' Today's Comic by Valentine Gallardo

Our heroine tries to see the silver lining through the depressing funk she's caught in.
Valentine Gallardo
6.23.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Watch the Man Brutally Take Down a Dancing Pikachu for Being Different

Because this is 2017 and even a dancing Pokémon can't get through the day without enduring some kind of misfortune.
Drew Schwartz
5.5.17
mental health

May Is Your Brain's Favorite Month

Even babies born in the spring are more likely to have an "excessively positive outlook on life."
Caroline Beaton
5.1.17
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