1. Everything you need for a diner-style dinner party

    Sometimes, you just want fries for dinner


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    Louis C.K. Is America’s Undisputed King of Comedy

    Comedy is subjective, but not with Louis C.K. He’s the funniest man alive, and we don’t want any of your lip about it.



  4. 10 photos: Meet the last of India’s elephant keepers

    A photographer journeys to the banks of New Delhi’s Yamuna River to capture a disappearing way of life


  5. Inside nature’s most painfully bizarre sexual ritual

    It involves sex-reversed genitalia and a barbed, inflatable member


  6. Meet the waffle donut, aka wonut

    New Yorkers aren’t the only ones eating dessert hybrids. Chicago’s Waffles Cafe is selling a combination of a donut and a waffle.


  7. Guy Fieri’s ‘awesome’ new menu is full of ridiculous food

    It’s jam-packed with all sorts of “bold flavors” and dips and sauces and smears and meat and meat and oh, the humanity, so much more meat.


  8. Mitch Hurwitz signs multi-year deal with Netflix

    Let’s hope it involves a Koogler spinoff.



  10. Drake took a lint roller to his pants during a Raptors playoff game

    Note the vigorous no-look brushes, the smooth crossover. That’s some pro-caliber lint rolling right there.

    Drake, oh, you fancy.



  12. Why would a young person today be religious?

    One of religion’s main appeals is its claim to a coherent account of the universe. But that might be too simplistic for our pluralistic age.


  13. Watch Stephen Colbert’s first Letterman Top 10 list

    The interview is interesting for its extended look at out-of-character Stephen Colbert, but it also provides a glimpse into Colbert’s before-he-was-famous humor stylings: Starting at about the 7:50 mark, Colbert brings out a Top 10 list he submitted to Letterman in 1997, as part of a packet to become a staff writer; on Tuesday, he finally got his chance to read it. No. 3 is particularly Colbert-y.