Founder & Editor
OK Whatever's editor and founder, Jessie Schiewe is an unapologetic user of exclamation marks who spends most of her time surfing the web and avoiding washing her dirty dishes.
Aside from her first job selling cupcakes in Beverly Hills, she has spent the bulk of her career working as a print journalist and editor for the likes of the Los Angeles Times, Honolulu Weekly, and SF Weekly. Things she has written about include fighting acne with snails, wearing pasties in Las Vegas, hanging out with rappers, and getting a tantric massage in her nether regions.
From potential pork chop to lauded abstract painter.
Google Maps is meant to look up addresses, but it can also provide a window into the lives of the recently deceased.
Why you should put down the paper and pick up a peel the next time you need to get a point across.
If humans start forming colonies on other planets, we’ll need a viable way to procreate — and a back-up method if getting it on the old-fashioned way doesn’t work.
A cleverly-edited Instagram profile shows the King of Monsters getting into shenanigans across the globe.
Marco Kyris has no shortage of tales about the 20 films he made with the famous Hollywood actor.
What’s it like hunting for spirits in a 134-year-old Victorian house.
Happy Body Care claims its “Bigfoot Juice” will attract any within 1.5 miles.
Because you can, thanks to this Californian art-project-on-wheels.
Thanks to climate change, what lies beneath is coming to the surface.
As an objectophile, Amanda Liberty feels attraction to objects, not people. Previously in a relationship with the Statue of Liberty, she’s since moved on to a 100-year-old female light fixture named Lumière.
Book a stay in the iconic hot dog-themed vehicle and experience a night you’ll relish forever.
Why an unassuming plumber practices shamanic rituals in the forest while wearing a raccoon-fur suit.
Learning how to masturbate doesn’t have to be a gateway to sex.
After almost 30 years of living alone in the forest, Christopher Knight figured he’d die there. But then his long-practiced habit of stealing from empty vacation homes backfired, and the modern-day hermit ended up somewhere he never expected: jail.
People with body integrity identity disorder struggle with a desire to amputate their limbs or become disabled. This is the story of someone who followed through with that task — and what happened after.
From shedding to showering to non-stinky poops.
Basically a jacuzzi for your butthole, modern bidets can improve hygiene, help the planet, and change your bathroom game for the better.
An online database of Bigfoot sightings reveals the states in which he’s most likely to be found.
As one of the most popular days of the year to set off explosives approaches, here are a few things you should know about how they sound — and when to call 911.
Inside the mind of Reddit horror writer, Ha-yong Bak.
For 30 years, he’s been the only resident on a small Italian island. Now, local authorities want to evict the 80-year-old, putting an end to his reclusive lifestyle.
Call it opportunistic, but stealing food from others’ plates can do more good than harm.
Peddling the plush toys can still be lucrative — and dudes are reaping the benefits.
The downsides of being attracted to art.
You can’t trust everything you read online, especially when it involves getting high on blood-sucking insects.
From deaths to phobias, there’s more to the seemingly benign dessert than sticky fingers and corny jokes.
What taking a cannabis tonic for 1 month can do to your intelligence.
At Free Oakland UP, money is no object and you never know what you’ll find.
The slippery, heavy-duty stuff has a legion of fans who have found both wholesome and naughty uses for it.
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