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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:

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From Around the Web

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]

Calculate the Price of Your Sandwich

Posted by: Chris Lesinski | October 7, 2009 at 1:00PM


Cockeyed just put together an online calculator after studying the cost of all the ingredients people put in sandwiches. It literally breaks down your bag lunch centerpiece into every single layer: type of bread, condiments, meat, cheese… and adds up every single cent, finding your ultimate cost-per-sandwich.

I'm on a budget. I mean, I'm really on a budget. But I am absolutely not going to put my sandwich on a budget. That's just silly. My sandwich doesn't even have any bills to pay.


[via Lifehacker]