Just when you think you’ve cured your Coke problem, they hit you with the booze option. At least that’s what is set to happen over in Japan.
Oh, eggs will kill you. No, sorry, we made a mistake – eggs are actually GOOD for you. Everything will kill you eventually. Here’s the latest from a new study.
You might want to bear a few things in mind the next time you start to guzzle a can of Coke. We know it’s not great for us, granted, but this breakdown makes for pretty enlightening reading.
There are few things in life as sweet as winning something for nothing. Sometimes, however, if it sounds too good to be true it actually is.
Most of us spent our childhoods watching Jackass and being told by our parents not to try this at home. Well, now we’re finally able to do them…
A Dutch gang plotted to bring a massive amount of cocaine into the UK, underwater. Inspired or idiotic?
Taylor Swift. I dare you to not sing along to one of her songs. They can be quite catchy, just like the hay fever one would get from this many cats…
Hank from Breaking Bad would be ecstatic with this drug bust (even though it’s not crystal meth). A massive amount of cocaine was found last week in Peru. Sorry for you, drug cartels.
This is different… explicitly advertising how many calories your product contains instead of trying to make it sound healthier than it is? That’s what you call embracing criticism and putting a positive spin on it….
If you’ve put cocaine up your nose recently, there’s roughly an 80% chance that you’ve ingested a cattle deworming medication that will give you “chemical Aids” if ingested in the right quantities. Oh, and hairspray. Kim Gosner is a chemist specialising in the study of narcotics. Vice caught up with him to find out about […]
How the mighty have fallen. Coca-Cola, for so long the unassailable icon of global capitalism, is no longer the most powerful brand in the world. Although, the newly-crowned king of brand awareness isn’t exactly surprising.
Wrestling to be dropped from Olympics. Elon Musk angry with car review. Foreigners can’t buy farmland in SA. Woman dies from drinking too much coke. LA fugitive found and killed. UK horse meat scandal gets heavy. Now you can use Twitter to pay for things.
An American ad agency, together with the Centre for Science in the Public Interest, have thrown down the gauntlet to the giants of the soft drink industry with a controversial new three-and-a-half minute video that looks at the health risks of the overconsumption of sugary, carbonated drinks.
The rivalry between Coke and Pepsi has been raging for years, each company claiming its own army of celebrity endorsers, sports stars often making up the majority. So what happens when one of these stars drinks from the forbidden cup, like Ronaldhino did at a recent press conference?
Every day, around the world, security cameras silently observe us. Tirelessly they wait and watch, hoping to capture something significant. Usually, the only footage that ever sees the light of day is the kind that implicates someone in a crime or offence, but in reality they capture so much more. Click through for a glimpse of the heart-warming side of surveillance.
Tired of having to mission to a parking lot to score some hash? Constantly fearing the wrath of the pigs? Scared of your Nigerian coke dealer? Now, according to Gawker, there’s a safe and easy way for you, the tech-savvy drug-aficionado, to source your drug of choice: online.