First there was Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Burritos. Then there was Tiny Hamsters Eating Tiny Pizza. Well, it looks like our tiny friends have moved on up and are enjoying the good life in a dollhouse—that is, a tiny-ass mansion.
Just when you thought advertising couldn't get any more ridiculous, Kia went and included sexualized lady hamsters in its Weird Science-like commercial for the 2015 Soul. WHY. WHY. WHY.
I'm not sure what you're going to love more about this video—watching an adorable hamster eat the world's smallest burrito with his little hamster hands or watching a man prepare a plate full of itty-bitty, teeny tiny foods to go into the burrito.
This little fur ball lives in a tiny ninja mansion, which is fitted with tricky trap doors and spooky secret passages. Thankfully, they are not match for ninja hamster.
I love this hamster more that I've ever loved anything. Except perhaps hyperbole HEY OH. But really, I love this hamster so so much. You eat that baby corn, you little maniac.
Here's Isabella Rossellini's exxxtremely high concept webseries — it's about as amazing as you'd expect. Well, we already knew she was all about explaining duck sex, so this pretty much makes sense.
"All you need for a viral video is a hamster and a gun." - Jean-Luc Godard
Everything about this is amazing: a Massachusetts man visited a local animal shelter on Friday "to report that his hamster population was out of control." According to the Boston Globe, he had started out with just two hamsters, but since hamsters breed like, uh, hamsters, that number increased exponentially, until he…
A new study suggests oxytocin could make you racist. Is there anything that fucking hormone won't do? After the jump, a look at all the things science has pinned on it recently.
• Cute: a hamster-powered paper shredder that takes, uh, 45 minutes for a single hamster to shred one standard sheet of paper. •
Thanks to tonight's episode of Celebrity Rehab it's easy to see why re-admitted patient Shifty named his band Crazytown. It perfectly describes his drug-addled fits.
It's time for another installment of Pot Psychology, the advice column in which everyone's problems are solved with an "herbal" remedy. (Remember, kids: Don't do drugs!) In this episode, the Mariah to my Whitney, Rich, and put together a clips reel of outtakes with some of the dumber and more offensive questions. Got…