The leaked cellphone picture has become a mainstay of our desperate for shit to talk about media. We asked you to show us the unfortunate revelations we'd be privy to if cellphones were hacked in our favorite fictional universes.
Cartoon characters have children all the time, and they always look like more adorable versions of the parent. But with all the different anthropomorphic characters floating around, there are sure to be some genetic monstrosities.
Humans are never stupider than when we're lashing out at an inanimate object we failed to use correctly, or just stubbed our toe on. Thankfully, the objects are much better at holding their tongues. We asked you to show us the things they're thinking but don't say aloud.
When teachers had a bad enough day or hangover, or had to teach a subject they'd meant to call in sick for (we're looking at you Sex Ed) they could always turn down the lights and outsource the lesson plan to animated educational videos. We asked you to show us some cartoons that would have been catastrophically bad substitute teachers.
Every hit movie spawns a ridiculous fake version that looks and is spelled like it was created by kindergarteners. We put our opposite-of-thinking caps on, and come up with some absurd rip-offs fake-Hollywood hasn't gotten around to yet.
Tesla and Mark Twain were homeys and Da Vinci and Machiavelli once worked together on a plot to steal a river. This got us wondering what other duos might have tag-teamed history if cost and the time-space continuum weren't an issue.
Most of us grew up in different school districts, but nearly all of us learned our first lessons about the real world from Disney cartoons. While not as cool to claim as the school of hard knocks, the school of Disney certainly left an impression.
Napoleon's height was exactly average for his time. His enemies made up the short thing to make him look silly, and it stuck because he looked sort of small in a couple of paintings. This made us wonder how the images we leave behind will be misremembered.