~*~ General Bullshit ~*~
GBS is the forum where threads that don't quite fit anywhere else go. We already have lots of specialized subforums already though, so a large portion of what flows into GBS are threads like "I just pooped my pants at work today and I don't remember eating all that corn". Oh, and these:
What pictures of JC do you find most inspiring? - Jesus saves image as: the thread for stocking up on all the Jesus pictures you need for your funny pics file.
You just BAGGED a 30lb Roe Deer Fawn! - An online hunting game made for Rednecks and gunless Europeans. You have just bagged 2,200 pounds of meat. You may only take 200 back to camp.
Sonichu and his quest for a boyfriend-free girl - Just so we can be clear, this is how real Asperger's screws up your social skills.
Jell-O Shots (organic edition) - The health conscious alcoholic now has the option of completely removing bull hooves from their diet. This is actually cooler than it sounds.
turn people into muppets - Muppets are people, racist.
~*~ The Book Barn ~*~
Reppin': Mr. SM Holocaust
You may be interested to know that people other than social mutants regularly read books.
There are probably only like 4 of them out there, but they do exist.
In addition to the following featured threads, bookworms can find discussions on Issac Asimov, Terry Pratchett, Friedrich Nietzsche, Michael Chabon, George R.R. Martin, Chaucer and many other general interest subjects.
"Catch-22": Why am I bored to sleep by this book?
Some people think that Catch-22 is the perfect introduction to military bureacracy while this poster thinks it's the perfect antidote for being awake.
The Thomas Pynchon thread
Ten pounds of literary titan in a five pound sack, tackling Thomas Pynchon is not for the faint of heart. Give yourself a step up and read this thread for a few summaries of his work and advice on how to get started.
JD Salinger -- His Other Books are Better
Yeah. Yeah they were.
Not everyone has a drunk booking agent for a club in Wilkes Barre to make fun of them for reading Catcher in the Rye in public. For you, there is this thread.
Humorous Short Stories?
Mark Twain, David Sedaris, P. G. Wodehouse, Saki, Flannery O'Connor, Kurt Vonnegut, Steve Aylett and more are mentioned in this week's clearing house of humorous literature.LE
Obviously, the first thing necessary to getting back in shape is buying a bunch of expensive knick-knacks.
Finally, a look at the candidate's long-delayed tax returns.
The Something Awful Forums: the last bastion of sanity on the Internet. "Forum Fridays" glances at some of the most interesting and popular threads from nearly each forum, highlighting a handful of threads each week.