Tastefully Offensive

Oct 19, 2018

The Best Fails of the Week

(PG-13: content) Fail Army presents a cringe-causing compilation of the best and funniest fail videos that hit the Internet during the third week of October 2018.

Oct 18, 2018

Baby Wants More Nanners

Mikey Callsen shared this short but hilarious video of a cute baby girl giving a slightly possessed reaction as she chows down on some banana baby food.

Meteorologist Fact-Checks Weather Movie Scenes

(PG-13: language) In the latest episode of Vulture's "Expert Witness" series, Weather Channel meteorologist Stephanie Abrams analyzes the accuracy of memorable weather-related scenes in modern and classic films.
"From The Wizard of Oz to Geostorm, Hollywood has always seemed to have a fascination with extreme weather. It chases characters, carries away houses, and in some more “creative” cases drops cheeseburgers and frogs from the sky. But how does the movie version of weather look compared to real life?"
Previously: Mixologist Fact-Checks Movie Bar Scenes

How IKEA Tricks You Into Buying More Stuff

Carlos Waters from Vox takes a look at how Swedish furniture and home goods store IKEA has mastered the art of impulsive shopping by giving their stores intentionally confusing layouts.

Previously: Why We Say 'OK'

Anderson .Paak vs. Spicy Wings

(PG-13: language) In the latest episode of First We Feast's "Hot Ones" series, host Sean Evans interviews talented rapper Anderson .Paak as they both suffer through ten progressively spicy hot sauce-covered (vegan) chicken wings.
"Anderson .Paak is a critically-acclaimed, Grammy-nominated singer, rapper, drummer, and producer—but how is he with hot food? Find out as the multi-talented musician scurries up Mount Scoville with host Sean Evans, one hot sauce-drenched vegan nugget at a time. Along the journey, Anderson discusses opening for Beyonce, defends his Coldplay obsession, and gives details on his new Dr. Dre-assisted album, Oxnard, dropping November 16."
Previous episodes: Tenacious D, Chrissy Teigen, Jeff Goldblum, Michael Cera, Alton Brown