• Caption Challenge

    We like to make our dinner feel very important before violently murdering it.

  • Tosh on Tour

    Do something you won’t regret. Go see Daniel live on tour.

  • #WCW

    At least she doesn't have to deal with dry elbows in the winter.

  • #TBT

    And with that, he packed up his dreams of being able to walk again.

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What You're Missing On The Internet

Posted by: TK Kelly | September 25, 2015 at 4:30PM

Since you spend all day on the Tosh blog, here's what you're missing on the rest of the web:


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What You're Missing On The Internet

Posted by: Sam Jarvis | May 6, 2013 at 4:30PM

Since you spend all day on the Tosh blog, here's what you're missing on the rest of the web:

[photo via Buzzfeed]

Look, It's Time To Face The Facts

Posted by: Sam Jarvis | January 22, 2013 at 2:00PM

Also: is not a pirate-themed hotel in Vegas.

[via Izismile]









Perfect Time for Math Homework

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | November 10, 2011 at 12:00PM

"You laugh now, but in 10 years I'll have enough money to get women far older and less attractive than these."

[via Izismile]











Generate Phony Expense Reports Because Who Would Actually Pay a Lot of Money for a Steak?

Posted by: Chris Lesinski | October 16, 2009 at 6:00PM

That should just about cover the mortgage...

Boy! Viral marketers just gotta calm down. Here's a little marketing ploy web app that's going viral today. At least, the company behind this one is being upfront and admitting its advertising.

I needed the glue stick to make this expense report. The "Expense-A-Steak Headquarters" is an app that helps you falsify office expenses. You enter how much dough you need into the space and it spits back a PDF image of fake receipts that total to your requested dollar amount.

Maloney & Porcelli, the steakhouse who put this together, has this rationale: come to our steakhouse, spend lots of money on steak, put the total for the bill into our site and get reimbursed by your company for a lavish dinner. They're basically admitting that nobody in their right mind would personally pay for a $200 steak dinner. Instead, they'll be your accomplice in paying for it illegally. Good business model.

I'm just going to use it so I don't have to do those stupid expense reports in the first place. Accounting might not fall for it though. I'd have to explain why I flew to New York to buy 19 wire desk trays and 34 2-packs of whiteout.

[via Urlesque]