The very smart Google employee who concluded that people with balls have more “drive”–and then circulated that conclusion in a 3,000 word thesis in an internal company network–has lost his National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) challenge arguing that Google violated labor laws for firing him in August. Bloomberg reports
Donald Trump, a full-grown Monopoly dog carefully balancing a spongecake atop his head, is familiar with the concept of human emotion. He hasn’t engaged in it personally, but he knows of it.
Next week, people across the country will be struggling through airports, boarding crowded airplanes, and traveling to see their families and in-laws to celebrate Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving, of course, is a beautiful holiday that honors sharing, caring, taking things that don’t belong to you, and having your mom…
Welcome back to Pissing Contest where, after a brief hiatus after scaring ourselves senseless, we’re back! This week, we’re swapping stories about the most humiliating time that we started crying.
Well, everybody, it has been quite a month.
Fortunately for the people trapped in this sweltering, crab-ridden retreat for Christian personal trainers—and rather unfortunately for the conceit of this series—things have really dried up in paradise, tears-wise. But that’s not to say that no one cried! Please, this is a Bachelor show.
Welcome back to hell, you guys! This week on Bachelor in Paradise, the cast was extra sunburned, extra horny, and extra emotional.
This week in Paradise was an absolute mess.
On Thursday evening, Jon Stewart said goodbye to his loyal, leftie viewers.
It turns out that Sharon Van Etten's #1 fan is a middle-aged newscaster from New Zealand named John Campbell, and I don't know if anyone in the history of music fandom has been cuter.
A 44-year-old man who was diagnosed with life-threatening cancer feared that his daughter would go through high school without her father's love and guidance. And so he decided he was going to stick around — in the form of 826 prewritten notes. Tear ducts: activate.
Feeling stone hearted this morning, like your cold black heart can't possibly feel any more feelings? Are your eyes drier than a Kansas corn field? Here's a remedy for the drought on your face — former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords leading the DNC in the Pledge of Allegiance.
Are the dinners you cook for yourself not sad enough? Have you been looking to give your meals a little extra boost of emotion? Well then you might want want to try seasoning them with these new salts made from human tears. They're sold by Hoxton Street Monster Supplies in London and the website promises a magical…
During a speech to Harvard Business School, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg told the gathered aspiring magnates that part of her success can be attributed to ... crying at work. Record scratch sound! What?!
You know bees? Yeah, those guys. You know how they sometimes land on you and walk around? Well, turns out, it's not because they mistook you for a giant beautiful flower (though you are one, special tulip!), or because they're all tuckered out after a long day at the honey factory. It's because they're hungry. And …
This little lady is only two, but she has an amazingly good grasp of Adele's lyrics and a very charming ability to fake it when she loses her way. By the end, she'll have you crying tears of joy from the cuteness—which is a welcome departure from the tears of sadness that this song is most famous for bringing on.
Sometimes, work sucks. Sometimes it sucks so much that you cry. However, showing vulnerability in front of your coworkers can potentially make work suck even more. This week, we offer tips on how to avoid that.
Welcome back to Guysourcing, where a panel of helpful gentlemen answer your questions! This week, at the request of a reader, we asked guys, "do you ever cry, and if so, what makes you cry? When/where is it okay for you to cry? When/where is it definitely not okay? How does crying make you feel and how do you deal…
One of the best philosophies to live by comes from Shrek, who belches and declares, "Better out than in, I always say." When it comes to emotions, they always feel better out than in. Sad? Mad? Feeling bad? Write about it, talk about it, cry it out. Except a new study says: Not so fast.