Young-adult novels aren't usually formatted as blog entries, for much the same reason books for toddlers don't consist of baby-talk gibberish. However, Susie Day crafted her "totally lolarious" abomination Big Woo! entirely out of fictional online correspondence. She isn't the first author to try this dubious approach, and rivals such as Lauren Myracle establish a daunting level of lameness. However, Day's page, decorated with lolcats and populated with her characters' Bebo profiles, crowns her queen of this intellectually bankrupt realm. The profiles read like an adult performing a terrible teenager impersonation, which is the inevitable result of any chatspeak book, unless the adult in question is spectacularly retarded.
Ask any cowboy and they'll tell you: The deadliest snake in the wild west is Lava-Filled Hole Shaped Exactly Like A Cowboy Silhouette
Garfield is a poison of bigotry on our culture and I have never been more offended on behalf of people than I am right now.
Ben Garrison's Cartoons are finally explained!
Awful Links of the Day spotlights the worst and weirdest websites on the internet. And we're not talking "weird" in a good way either.