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Surgery is often seen as the easy way out for people who are too lazy to diet and exercise, like a cheat code to skinny. Let me assure you, it's not.
Superpowers are awesome, but did you know they exist in real life? They're just not quite as comic book-worthy.
Being a cabby is a carousel of surreal comedy, harsh life lessons, and unwelcome nudity.
The biggest waste of taxpayer dollars on welfare is the money we spend trying to prevent people from getting welfare.
Before I got sick of sucking in secondhand smoke at the tables and quit, I learned a few weird things about the art of betting on pictures of numbers and royalty to pay my rent.
When I was 16, I began hurting myself to cope with emotional stress.
So whatever happened to good old physical effects -- you know, the models, animatronics, all that stuff? Well, we asked a couple of experts that very question.
Carl Wilkens was right in the middle of the Rwandan Genocide. He rescued hundreds from unspeakable violence. Cracked sat down to talk with him about just what it takes to stand up and stick your thumb in the eye of Pure Human Evil.
Cracked sat down with a couple of asexuals to learn a little bit more about just what life is like when your anaconda don't want none.
We recently sat down with a Disneyland employee working on the less glamorous side of the Magic Kingdom, and we learned that working at the Happiest Place on Earth is a lot like being in high school.
Dwarves have size where it matters most.
We decided to track down three members of Comcast's customer service strike force, and learned their terribleness is complicated and also very strange.
Before coming to America at the age of 14, Rich had lived most of his life eating monkeys and living without power or antibiotics.
Death row prison guards are often more psychotic than the inmates they're supposed to be guarding.
We sat down with Dimitra Nikolaou, a Greek journalist, who told us what to expect if our economy ever goes tits up.