Whoever said that the imagination is a powerful thing must have absolutely loved smut. With the addition of black boxes, pixelization or bleeps, our imagination will turn the most innocent handshake between friends into a filthy hand-job contest. Or in this case, great movies can be turned into this ...
In the movies, when something doesn't quite add up, you can always count on a third act plot twist to make sense of everything. We asked you to show us the plot twists that would make sense of the world we actually live in.
Anyone who's ever received a gaming related gift knows that expectations should be directly tied to some combination of age and gaming experience. After having so many baffling interactions with our elders about gaming, we can't help but wonder what exactly they think we're doing with all of our time.
Look out of the windshield of your car as you're driving through town and you'll see probably three dozen signs. Telling you how to drive, where to go and what to eat. So why are we always confused about those things? It's because the signs so rarely tell us what we actually need to know.
For the same reason grocery stores make you walk 20 minutes to find the milk, news outlets are in a constant competition to find the most indirect route to the information that you actually need to know. We asked you to show us what it might look like if they were forced to tell you the plain truth.
People play Valentine's Day pretty safe. Kids send the same cards featuring famous cartoon characters. Adults use Hallmark to write blandly complimentary things to each other. Here's what it would look like if people used valentines to express the awkward, vulnerable truth.
If the Internet can be counted on for one thing, it's losing their collective shit every time a half-decent TV show gets cancelled. But good shows have been getting cancelled for years, as have bad and mediocre shows. We asked you to show us what some of those shows might look today if they hadn't gotten the axe.