Shit the light fantastic with this collection of kickass bathrooms that look like vaporwave album covers

Look, we get it: It’s 2018, life is stressful, half the planet’s on fire, and sometimes you just want to chill out by looking at a bunch of super-cool toilets that look like they could pull double duty (hey-o) as the cover image for a YouTube compilation of synth and jazz-heavy vaporwave tracks.

George R.R. Martin apparently now hiding out in a cabin to get this goddamn book done

Earlier this week, A Song Of Ice And Fire author/professional getting-yelled-at-by-the-internet man George R.R. Martin finally came clean about his struggles with finishing The Winds Of Winter, the sixth novel in the bestselling, franchise-launching book series. Now it sounds like he’s officially buckling down to get…

Bill Maher out here talking shit about Stan Lee fans, which, actually, yeah, that tracks

Determined, as ever, to speak truth to (elaborate, uncomfortable shrugging gesture), HBO talk show host/occasional HR bullet point Bill Maher wrote an editorial this weekend going after those who have well and truly destroyed American society: fans of the late Stan Lee. And while we might suggest that “less than a…

Yeah, Idris Elba also thinks that new doll of him looks a lot like Montel Wiliams

We’ve called in the past for a moratorium on pretty much any and all attempts to recreate the human form in sculpture—at best, you get a bad Madame Toussad’s wax figure that people still resolutely try to hump; at worst, you unleash something like Nightmare Lucy into the collective subconscious of the world—and we’ve…

Determined, art-loving cats have been trying to sneak into a museum for years

Join us now for the tale of two cats, hungry not just for stinky salmon treats, but also the intellectual nourishment that comes from contemplating great art. Living in the Japanese city of Onomichi, this pair of feline critics has been trying to gain entry to a local museum only to be stymied, again and again, by…

J.K. Rowling sues former employee for buying too many cats, the witchiest crime of all

Suggesting that Grindelwald isn’t the only one out there committing crimes against the wizarding world right now, BBC News reports that author J.K. Rowling is suing a former assistant for, among other things, supposedly using a company credit card to buy herself a couple of cats. (The News refuses to note whether the…

Jerry Seinfeld thinks "we love the crawl-back" with guys like Louis CK

It’s a Seinfeld joke that’s proven eerily prescient over the last 20 years: Jerry Seinfeld always seems to break even. The occasional foray into Bee-GI aside, Seinfeld has been a steady figure in the comedy landscape for decades now, even as the wider stand-up scene evolves, and his contemporaries—Roseanne Barr, Louis…

Please enjoy this video of a state senator adorably trying weed for the first time

While our current, social media-infused age means that there’s a good chance most people will have their first experience with weed thoroughly documented and shared for posterity, older generations have had to let these memories fade away with the passage of time. One middle-aged Utah lawmaker, though, has shown it’s…

Horny 4 Horror applauds the practical effects of The Stuff and other ’80s cult hits

“Critical world-building, smart characterization, and fun interaction between good friends.” That’s what Friends At The Table promises, and week by week it delivers it in spades. While other actual play podcasts can get bogged down in game mechanics or just spend too much time goofing around, game master Austin Walker…

YouTube is down, so please stand by for the total collapse of human civilization

Look, we don’t know about you, but we rely on YouTube for a lot of shit over the course of a day. What was the theme song to that TV show we watched three times in the 1980s? YouTube’s got it. Need to watch another human being play through the entirety of Chex Quest? YouTube has your back. Children having annoying…

Tom DeLonge's UFO organization seems to be having money problems, unless it's all a big conspiracy

According to a report from Ars Technica, the weird UFO research group/art collective co-founded by former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge known as To The Stars Academy has dug itself a $37.4 million deficit, bringing its longterm viability as a weird UFO research group/art collective into question. The organization is…

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