I know, I know, we shouldn't reward these kinds of thing, but there is something about the sheer insouciance of the headline, "Nipple, penis, or nostril — what’s the most painful place to be stung by a bee? (The answer might surprise you.)" that compels me to share it with the world.
"Whether on full display, or peeking coyly out of mesh dresses, there was no ignoring the overwhelming abundance of mammaries on display on the runways this month. We didn't find any bra, on any runway, in any city. From the sheer whites of Michael Kors, Alberta Ferretti, and Paul Smith, to the primary reds and pinks at Sophie Theallet and Max Mara, to the sexy blacks at Louis Vuitton, Saint Laurent, Alexander Wang, and more, the message was clear: Spring 2014 favors small-breasted women who feel comfortable going virtually topless." —You are going to find this almost impossible to believe, and I understand your shock, but—trust me, we will get [...]
"A previous version of this story incorrectly quoted Dropbox co-founder Drew Houston saying 'anyone with nipples' instead of 'anyone with a pulse.'" —In this case, the Internet is right, it IS a pretty great correction. Here's how it read originally: "Instead of cursing his luck and taking a nap, however, Houston started coding a version of what would become Dropbox’s signature folder, the portal to an app that magically holds and syncs the same files on every computer and mobile device where you install it. He soon saw that what he was making had the potential to be useful to everyone. [...]