It's a weird time out there! Unlike us, some of you may not have had years of experience living in near-total isolation from the rest of society as a whole, so we've compiled a list of some of our favorite recipes for all kitchen skill levels.
And what's the deal with observational humor? Right?
Five Times We Were Truly Grateful for the Yawning, Unfathomable Void Hidden Behind the Washing Machine in the Basement
It's been three years since Eric was poking around down there when he discovered the incomprehensibly deep and gaping void, but it still feels like just yesterday.
We spent a lot of time getting the tar kicked out of us on Blizzard World this time. It's hard work providing the wins for all the rest of you playing this game, but someone has to do it.
Have you ever been on a website and thought, "boy this site would be better if I could take a giant steaming dump right on top of it"? Well, friend, worry no more. Warranty Now Void's Board Of Novel Experimentation & Research Studies has developed just the solution you need.
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Welcome to part three, the exciting conclusion of our series in which we delve deeply into our own idiot brains in ways we never thought, or wanted to.
When they say that all great art is open to interpretation, but somehow I don't think this is exactly what they meant.
Sometimes we play video games for fun. Sometimes we play video games to expose ourselves to deep, lasting psychic anguish. This is one of the anguish ones.
We told you it wasn't over, we told you there would be more. But did you listen? No. And now it's too late: Volume 2 of Dunwich Dopes has arrived.
They say that naming things is hard, but around here we always get it in one.
Y'all ever create an artificial brain based on a guy who hated your home town so much he invented the genre of cosmic horror and then let it boss you around for a month? No? Haha, uh, yeah, neither have we.
It's finally here! The Big Game, the proudest American tradition, is back again for the 54th time this Sunday. Sure, you could watch on TV, but who wants to waste time on that bullshit? You've gotta get to the game, at any cost!
Dungeons & Dragons requires a certain amount of commitment to playing the role of the character in order for everyone to have a good time. In fact, this leads to some players possibly having too good of a time.
I don’t fuckin understand social media anymore. I did, once, many years ago. But whatever this new thing is has fundamentally broken my brain.