It also, according to writers from The Daily Show, SNL, and Conan,takes your late-night show’s jokes and gargles lustily with them before handing them back to you like, “Hey, you still want this?” Sometimes you do (“Jokes that rely on a performance element or a long wordy setup are lost in translation when tweeted”), and other times you don’t (“sometimes you write a joke you really like and then you nervously scan Twitter all day, hoping you don’t see it”). Did Internet kill the late-night star? I heard it did. #RIPlatenightstar
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College admissions just got a little more OKCupidy, with questions and writing prompts like “celebrate your nerdy side” and "A package arrives at your door. After seeing the contents you know it's going to be the best day of your life. What's inside and how do you spend your day?"