• 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.

Tosh.0 Blog

What You're Saying About Tosh.0

Posted by: Matt Koff | September 28, 2012 at 5:00PM

Featuring some of the latest Twitter and Facebook comments about Tosh.0.

Update: this is no longer @James12397's most unnecessary tweet.

From Around the Web

Open Can, Spray-On Shirt

Posted by: Carly Hallam | September 17, 2010 at 10:00AM

Somebody in Spain invented a spray-on fabric that comes out of a can and is both washable and reusable.

Huh. I just don't see a scenario where I'm going to want to pop open a can of shirt and spray it on.

Hair in a can? Brilliant. Sandwich in a can? Even more brilliant. But fabric in a can? Sounds a last-minute Science Fair project you came up with after your 'Crystal Meth: Friend or Foe?' idea was deemed inappropriate by the teacher.

[via Wired]

Irrelevant Comment of the Week

Posted by: Carly Hallam | September 9, 2010 at 7:00PM

Every week we see countless comments that have absolutely nothing to do with anything. Our favorite irrelevant comment this week came from bbaallman in response to a picture of Snooki reading a book.

I appreciate this irrelevant comment for its simplicity. But it's still ridiculous. I give you Snooki on a spring horse at a playground reading a book called "Power" and you give me blog blog blog?!

Come on, bbaallman! Our relationship is a two-way street!

Now get your hands off my ass.

If you have any irrelevant comments please go ahead and leave them below. We bloggers truly appreciate your cooperation.

Confession time… I saw Step Up 3D.

Excercise Your Right to Comment!

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | February 3, 2010 at 2:00PM


Mashable reports that "Popular gadget site Engadget has recently shut down comments. It’s a temporary measure, it says, but the blog took it because the 'tone in comments has really gotten out of hand.'"

According to their official announcement on the topic, Engadget claimed that comments had "become mean, ugly, pointless, and frankly threatening in some situations… and that's just not acceptable."

Um, Dear Engadget–  Have you been to the Internet before?  That is basically the definition of comments.

Part of my job is to look over all of your guys' terrible comments.  If I freaked out every time I saw something mean, ugly or pointless, I'd be in a nonstop hissy fit.  Especially the "pointless" part.  Do you realize how pointless some of your comments are?  Seriously??

But we love it!  Comment all you want!!  Who the hell cares?!?!  I mean, part of me thinks "Mean, Ugly, Pointless" could be the new Tosh.0 motto.

The Heights of Pointlessness

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | January 14, 2010 at 4:00PM


For everyone who has yet to understand that the point of a blog is to be pointless, let this be exhibit A.

Larry Granillo, blogging for Wezen-Ball.com (my favorite nonsensically named baseball blog), has compiled the records for all of Charlie Brown's baseball teams.

And I'm not talking about Charles Edward Brown who apparently "started 4 games for the Cleveland Spiders in 1897."  I'm talking about the cartoon character.  From the Peanuts comic strip.  He owned Snoopy.

Why would someone want to do this?  I have absolutely no idea.  And I am a BIG Peanuts fan.  Back in elementary school while all the other kids were getting laid, I collected Peanuts books.  I loved them.  I often found them for fifteen cents at the local Paperback Trader.  Fifteen cents was a lot of money back in 1988.  My memories of history may be hazy and flawed.

But even as a Peanuts fan, this whole thing doesn't particularly interest me.  However, I applaud him nonetheless… as much as I would applaud someone who counted how many times Garfield ate lasagna or how many times Mary Worth was raped.

Because, as I said at the beginning, the point of a blog should be pointlessness.  Where else can this sort of information be disseminated?  The, quote, "traditional news media", unquote, doesn't care how many times fictional, retired comic strip characters achieved meaningless goals.  Only the Internet concerns itself with such matters.

So concern on Internet!  Concern on!

[via The Daily What]