After blowing up the internet with those sweet white Vans, Damn Daniel’s creator has now become the victim of one of the internet’s worst “pranks.”
Over 5,500 pages of emails from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were released by the State Department today, but fell short of a judge’s order that 82 percent of them would be made public by the end of the year. Around 3,100 emails, dated from 2009 to 2013, were included in the latest release. One of the…
After a series of terrorist attacks in Paris left the internet-commenting world in a state of public shock and grieving, software CMO Rurik Bradbury took note of one particular myth that was making the viral rounds: that the Eiffel Tower had gone dark in tribute, instead of as it always did at 1 a.m.
Every once in awhile a photo-taking trend comes along that causes us to simply ask, “Why?” Several years ago, it was “planking.” Before that, it was the “fingerstache.” Now there’s a photo meme that people are going nuts for, literally. It’s called Nutscaping, and it involves a dude’s single testicle hovering over a…
Today, in the Year of our Lord 2015, the heroically patient myth debunkers at Snopes.com have been forced to dismantle the rumor that Mount McKinley is now called “Denali” again because it means “black power” in “Kenyan.” If every word of that sentence made your bullshit alarm go off, congratulations, you have at…
The first prime-time Republican trainwreck is tonight on FOX News, and Jezebel has an exclusive sneak peek at Donald Trump’s performance. Insiders have told us that Trump was profoundly moved by Drake’s Meek-bashing OVO set, and found himself inspired to interpret it for tonight’s debate.
Shruggie Guy, also known distastefully as the smugshrug or kaomoji, died on Wednesday after being beaten to death by a generation of overeager Internet users and their parents.
You might think you are something else. That your selfie ability is pro level or simply unparalleled. Maybe it is. But can you do this? I’m sure you can if you tried!
Well hi hello, folks! I'm sorry to have forsaken you last week, but when I received word that Eggplant Friday was no longer in the tournament, I had to be airlifted to an emotional rejuvenation retreat where I was locked in a cryotherapy chamber for several days.
After shutting down Etsy vendors who were trying to memorialize the famed "Left Shark" of the 2015 Super Bowl halftime show in art, Katy Perry has revealed her master plan: To make big bucks selling her own Left Shark merchandise. Tell me, are you the idiot who would buy this?
Do you remember watching a movie with your parents as a kid and having your mom lunge at the screen to save you from a possibly naked breast or a little too much butt? If so, you'll appreciate this mom protecting her adult (and gay) son from seeing breasts ever.
Prince! How do I love thy purple majesty? Let me count the ways. For starters: In addition to being an incredibly talented singer/songwriter/musician/guitar prodigy and sexy muthafucka, you have named a new song after my favorite meme.
Within her first year as an Internet celebrity, Grumpy Cat earned an estimated $1 million in appearances, endorsements and a movie deal. Her manager Ben Lashes—a musician turned meme manager—takes a 20 percent cut.
News broke last night that, according to Wisconsin police, two 12-year-old girls recently lured a friend into the woods and stabbed her 19 times. Then, when questioned, they allegedly claimed they wanted to ingratiate themselves with "Slender Man," a monstrous urban legend created by the Internet.
The universe holds immutable truths: matter cannot be created or destroyed, an object in motion will stay at motion unless acted on by an outside force, and any time a woman points out sexist bullshit, some hero's opinion will gallantly ride in on a fedora, chiming in "Not All Men!"
Ever wanted to watch Mitch McConnell smiling, set to the dulcet sounds of "Pony," by Ginuwine? The answer to that question is almost certainly no, but such a video now exists, and it will haunt your dreams for weeks.
It's hard to open up a laptop these days without running into the wildly popular and perplexingly hilarious Doge meme. Such style, many fashun, says text in multicolored comic sans over the image of a dignified, adorable looking fox-dog with an intelligent face. But is the Shiba Doge's ubiquity translating to…
I always thought that photo of the round, yellow Shiba Inu that everyone was Dogeifying was a painting that perfectly mimicked the Thomas Kinkade aesthetic, but I was much wrong. That there is a real picture of a real dog, named Kabosu, who was saved from a puppy mill by Japanese kindergarten teacher Atsuko Sato.