What can you tell from one blank sheet of paper? According to Chinese netizens you can tell if you’re fit or flabby.
True “good boy” that he is, Jack-kun II is rewarded by his employers with full control to the front door of their business and a badge.
Surprisingly, there is a lot less fur than one would expect.
Dealing with angry customers all day is harrowing work, but Apple’s team was able to quell our reporter Hatori Go’s rage with but a single word.
Now, if only there were a 20-sided version, all our characters would be level 60!
Japan’s favorite Sottish Fold, Maru, and his friend Hana lend us a paw to show you how.
Her most recent depictions show the AI’s heartbroken face when “she” lost to Lee Se-dol.
A new figurine modeled after the star of Studio Ghibli classic My Neighbor Totoro toys with the rumor of Totoro actually being a death god.
What strength!! But don’t forget there are many babies like you all over the world.
White Day is mainly about giving thank you presents to the people who gave you Valentine’s Day chocolate, but now it’s also about sharing snapshots of adorable felines.
Don’t ask why, just marvel at these vegetables’ sexy, knitted curves.
Even haters of Facebook’s new “reactions” may reconsider after seeing all of the fun modifications you can make with this new browser extension.
These students achieved what was once thought impossible for conventional paper airplanes by throwing a round-trip flight that returned nearly exactly to where it was launched.
It’s like the saying goes: When life hands you a lobster, make a Psycommu-system-equipped mobile suit with it.
Vietnamese hobbyist Trần Vũ Trúc, using mostly undisclosed programming wizardry, introduced this Firefox browser-based emulator that adds a pixelized 3-D effect to many of the NES’s best games.
These figures will literally bend over backwards to be your new life model.
Fortunately, she hasn’t taken control of our nuclear weapons. Yet.
Does this character fan art from The Idolmaster Cinderella Girls invoke fairy godmother magic, or is there more to this trick than meets the eye?