One of my biggest pet peeves are people who double park. I've always wanted to find an amazing way to get back at them. Well, this guy succeeded.
I could not believe how excited the countless handfuls of random livery cab drivers were as they waited to take photos ofbthe new Cadillac Escalade before it was unveiled. Seriously. "Nevermind Donald Trump, did you see that chrome grille, dawg?!"
New for 2001, it's the Chevy Corvette Z06 Hoarder Edition. Now with even more garbage!
This is Princess Monster Truck. Yes, that's this cat's name. The ferociously-toothed feline was found by artists Tracy Timmons and Joseph Bryce, who were living in Brooklyn at the time.
Wait, is that a puppy in a cup holder? Yup.
This car spotted in a Wal-Mart parking lot seems to be owned by someone who has a serious love of McDonald's, a slight hoarding problem, or is in the midst of a performance art exhibit that should have never been attempted.
In a story that we thought we'd be reading in the Onion rather than the BBC, officers with the Nottinghamshire Police smashed their way into a motorist's parked car to "save" a toy stuffed dog.
A Canadian guy named Joe has been digging out the basement of his house using nothing but radio-controlled scale model construction equipment... since 1997. Yes, you read that right — he's been digging out his basement for 15 years — with nothing but little R/C tractors, diggers and even a miniature rock crusher!…
Michael Jackson's not dead, his soul's alive and well and possessing the body of this awesome Filipino traffic cop.
We already know two inches of snow is a lot for Seattle. Now, thanks to a Jalopnik reader, watch a pair of less-than-smart supercar drivers try taking an Audi R8 and a Nissan GT-R out for a drive in the Seattle "snowpocalypse." Because apparently, in Seattle, size doesn't matter.
Are you a recent college graduate? Are you underemployed? Do you need a reliable and sexy vehicle to get you to the Renaissance Fair? How about the 2000 Toyota Corolla in grandmother white?
This is Bones Mello, the AT-AT Dog. Yeah, I know this has nothing to with cars — sure, I mean, AT-ATs move, right — well, at least fictionally. But whatever, look at this little pup — he's adorable!
Yes, that's an electric car geek who's put a Tesla coil in a Tesla Roadster. How very meta. Commence Xzibit jokes in 5... 4... 3... 2... 1... [via Facebook]
Ever wondered the right way to pronounce Porsche? Then don't watch these videos, produced by YouTube user PronunciationManual as a parody of the PronunciationBook YouTube series. However, if you want to piss your pants from laughter, watch them.
Sam Ewen, the brilliant mind behind 2007's Mooninite Boston bomb scare, sent in this photo of the horrific devastation from Hurricane Irene in Brooklyn.
While walking along South Street on lower Manhattan's east side to inspect damage from Hurricane Irene, I found huge pools of water at a few of the intersections. It wasn't water inundation from New York's East River so much as it was runoff from the overpass, flowing down into already-overburdened storm sewers.
Drivers over an on-ramp to I-65 just south of downtown Nashville called police after smelling an extremely foul odor wafting into their cars around 6 a.m. today. When police and fire officials arrived, they discovered four unmarked, steaming canisters on the ground — and an unpleasant odor wafting from them. What was…
A 24-year-old man from the Detroit, Michigan suburb of Roseville tried to do his best Fred Flintstone impersonation by using his feet to stop his runaway pickup truck with faulty brakes, causing multiple collisions.