Get your fill of selfish, gross and generally awful behavior that shines a puke-yellow light on your fellow man. Most people aren't like this, but it's hard not to feel bad about the world after seeing the sheer stinking trashiness that can be birthed from humanity. If you wanna see more, check these out.
If you think the Avengers movies get too much praise, then you might be interested in seeing the actors read abusive tweets! Some of these aren't even that funny, they're just, well mean. That said it is kinda cool that you can give stars you hate a piece of your mind? Probably? Check out more celebrities reading mean tweets here.
Y'all remember Charles "Neck Guy" McDowell? Of course you do. If you were a big fan of the brutal roasts that ensued from his hilarious mugshot like we were, then get ready for Christopher "Tiny" Taylor, a guy wanted for removing his home confinement anklet and punching a police officer in the face.
Taylor caught the internet's attention after the Mason County Sheriff's Department posted a wanted notice with a photo of him on Facebook. People immediately began to take notice of his teeny tiny stature, which has of course resulted in some epic puns! Scroll down ASAP, because these are just too damn good.
I don't care how much self-esteem these poor and recently roasted souls were rocking prior to their self-encouraged victimization; these are plain brutal. It'd seem that the people of Reddit are getting more creative, less forgiving, and exponentially better at dishing out harsh servings of painfully accurate cruelty. Check out the last Roast list we ran here, and see for yourself.
Why do people insist on threatening the people they do business with? We'll never know, but we have some very basic theories, the leading one being "Some people are just jackasses." Like, seriously, people in these situations will be crazily nasty to strangers when they can't get exactly what they want.
With wedding season running along the wedding dramas and bridezilla horror stories are really coming out of the woodwork. This particular wedding nightmare involving a saddened bride, pressured by her family to give up her wedding venue to her pregnant sister because she "needs it more" is all kinds of messed up. Many of the responses offer moral support to the distressed bride, and pretty much say that her family can go screw themselves.
Cats can be a**holes, and most of the time, they are (aside from those rare moments when your cat shows you affection and it feels like clouds in the sky are parting to reveal the sun shining behind them). But despite the standoffish, b*tchy behavior and simply mean things cats can do, we always gave them benefit of the doubt. 'They can't understand us', we reason. 'If they did understand, they wouldn't act this way.' Well, I'm really sorry to burst your bubble and possibly ruin your relationship with your cat, but I've got some news for you: cat's DO understand you and cats are MEAN. At least that's what the latest science says.
It's a good reminder that most people are decent most of the time. Most people are kind, friendly, and would go out of their way to help a stranger. Then there's these moments. The trashy moments. The times when people decided to act out of selfishness, greed and complete disregard for the people around them. Wild.