What does life post-Brexit look like? Lunchless, if you’re the man who unwittingly attempted to drive from the UK into the Netherlands with the latest contraband: ham and cheese sandwiches, wrapped in foil.

We may not be able to banish the coronavirus, but can we at least stop saying COVID-19?  

Just in the nick of time, 2020 has found its fashion catchphrase: “Love it, couldn’t wear it.”   After a year of humans mourning the outfits unworn, it took an Italian Greyhound 5 simple words to encapsulate our collective fashion feelings.  

In unfair Corona where we lay our scene, one William Shakespeare humored the world when he became the UK’s second recipient of the COVID-19 vaccine. With Shakespeare clocking in at 456 years old, one couldn’t say Britain wasn't prioritizing the elderly.   The web went wild…

For many of us, “dumpster fire” is just something we say to describe the current state of the world.   But why just trash talk 2020, when you could see it burned live in an actual dumpster fire?  

It’s that time of year folks: the annual resurgence of the Craigslist pig couch scandal!  


While they could give watching paint dry a run for its money, vote-counting livestreams are emerging as an unlikely hero of Election Day escapism, showcasing the calming mundanity of democracy at work.  

If pets aren’t already sick of their humans after months of one-on-one time, they sure will be after this Halloween.  

In 2012, Colin Purrington bought a box of Twinkies and stashed them in the basement—until the pandemic hit, and he became desperate for dessert and also “just so bored,”