• Caption Challenge

    I honestly can't tell if this is lunch or sex.

  • Tosh on Tour

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

  • #WCW

    When your family gets really annoying this weekend, just give thanks this is not your mom.

  • #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 3, 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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I'll Just Take The Next One

Posted by: TK Kelly | September 23, 2014 at 6:00PM

This is like seeing Adrian Peterson at the arboretum.

Get it? Trees? Switches? Ahhh, you get it.

[via Daily Garlic]

Four Students Suspended For Tebowing, Being Awful

Posted by: Carly Hallam | December 16, 2011 at 2:00PM

According to the Daily What:

Four classmates from a Long Island’s Riverhead High School were suspended for one day after they created a “hazard” by Tebowing in the middle of the school’s main hallway.

Administrators say some 40 students have been Tebowing in the hall every day for a week, and the Internet fad had become a “distraction.”

What I want to know is, what awful things did those 40 students do before tebowing? That's a lot of abortions.

Facebook Ain't No MySpace

Posted by: Joselyn Hughes | September 28, 2009 at 10:00AM


This story came out over the weekend about a Canadian Playboy model whose Facebook account was suspended after she posted racy pictures of herself on their site. At least one social networking site is serious about standards.  Facebook is not going to stoop to other sites like MySpace's level of internet filth, and they're letting this Playboy model– and the rest of the world– know about it.  

But the story doesn't end there.  The model's took the issue public, telling a local radio DJ about the story on air. Facebook then suspended HIS account!  

Wow! They're not having any of it over there at Facebook headquarters.  
That, or someone in charge just really hates glittery graphics and has dedicated their lives to banning them from their site. You let them in with glittery graphics, then it's just sex city from there on out, am I right Tila Tequila?

It's amazing that Facebook will allow every single friend I have (and really don't care about) to post 37 quiz results and email me about it through their site all day long, but they have a huge problem with some pictures of a girl in lingerie.  

Priorities, Facebook. If you're going to keep acting like this, I'm going back to Friendster. F all y'all.


[via Fark]