Kentuckian Jim Ballsinger–brother, son, lover, hootenanny coordinator–recently returned from his daily therapy session in seemingly high spirits. We think.
Because the producers of the hit show felt that they weren’t accurately reflecting their fan base, they will present for your viewing pleasure: Sad Sacks 2018.
Take a little walk down meme-ory lane with dictator extraordinaire, Kim Jong Un.
Some people call it procrastination, local man Mort Feebly calls it being clutch.
Iron E-News has been given the chance to attend a very special and exclusive book signing in an exotic, distant, and oft misunderstood place: the residential palaces in the heart of the DPRK.
According to FEMA, this is without doubt, one of the worst disasters in our nation’s history.
Mr. Cucumberpatch revisits his role as Doctor Strange in Thor: Ragnarok.
This year for Lent, local man Willy Nihly, is abstaining from Lent.
"The earth needs less people, as long as those people are not scientists" -Scientists
China’s Ministry of Education released some very encouraging numbers last week, showing significant increases in imagination all throughout its major cities.
A very important research center released a study last week (that we totally read all the way through and enjoyed very much) detailing groundbreaking information on stuff we’re pretty sure you need to know.
Ms. Dolezal, despite being rejected by the conservative community, has found a warm place of exceptance in another.
Harold Crumbs, also known as Voldvaderon to millions of online gamers, is 98 percent sure he can move things with his brain.
A small team of Washingtonian scientists claim to have definitive proof of a certain large, hairy beast that has escaped them for years: The Multiverse.
Articles offering advice on how to spot infidelity abound, yet they are filled with lists of cliches, hunches, and unverifiable assumptions. Because of this, we’ve put together a more definitive guide...
Scientists finally prove Kanyecentrism.