Kyle Dowling has written for Penthouse Magazine, Playboy Magazine, The Atlantic, The Believer, Psychology Today, Splitsider, The Smoking Jacket, and Psychology Tomorrow, among others. He is also currently a producer on a scripted series in development. Word has it that he's a musician as well.
Kmart Offers Some ‘Big Gas’ Savings in Funny New Ad
We don't know who is behind the sudden trend of laugh-out-loud Kmart ads, but we say keep 'em coming!
‘The Walking Dead’ Is Decidedly Less Scary Thanks to ‘Bad Lip Reading’
If there's anything better than AMC's 'The Walking Dead' it might just be 'The Walking (And Talking) Dead.'
Here’s Why You Don’t Leave Dad Alone With the Baby
This dad needs a job...badly. But until he gets one, we'll settle for his creative YouTube videos.
Man Pulls Off Flawless Human Chair Prank
Let's close the case folks, because we've found the best video prank by far.
Conan O’Brien Wishes Jimmy Fallon Good Luck on ‘The Tonight Show’
It's official -- Jimmy Fallon is taking 'The Tonight Show' host spot beginning next February And while he's surely elated as ever, we were curious as to what the last 'Tonight Show' host had to say. No, not Jay Leno. Conan O'Brien.
Street Performer Fights Back Against Rude Pedestrian
Normally you'd have to throw a buck or two towards a street performer to get them to even move. So if you think about it this guy lucked out -- as did we!
Valentine’s Day Wedding Proposal Prank
How was your Valentine's Day? Probably better than this guy's. At least, that's what these passersby were thinking...
Watch This Cat Go Crazy for Snow
Usually by mid-January we're all sick of snow, but it's magically fun again after seeing it through the eyes of a critter who's never set foot in snow before.
Invisible Driver Is the Best Drive Thru Prank Ever
Jumping on the lengthly line of recent pranks on the Internet -- or perhaps moving straight to the front of that line -- this one of a driverless car is quickly racking up the views.
Teen Forced to Sign ‘Mom Contract’ to Get iPhone
The day a teen gets his or her own iPhone is usually one of the happiest of their youth. They're finally seen as responsible, semi-independent individuals. However, this 13-year-old, whose mother decided to attach her own 18-point agreement of rules and guidelines in exchange for the phone, might have reason to look for happier days.