In the very beginning I liked Error'd, but they've just become more and more of the same crap images of weather widgets that have NaN, Infinity, or MAX_INT temperatures or wind speeds or progress bars that show "53,352 years remaining" with a "clever" comment by the submitter referencing Doc Brown or Picard.
I agree that Tales from the Interview is the best type of article. The stories told from either side of the table are often very funny and usually don't appear to be embellished. Every time I see that rare purple bar on the page, a smile comes on my face.
Featured Articles are hit or miss for me. Sometimes they're fantastic, while other times it's either a minor WTF or it's something that's so seemingly embellished that I've lost any sympathy I had for the submitter, because the story was too outlandish to believe.
Which leaves me with the CodeSOD. This is also very hit or miss. I tend to avoid reading these simply because I often can't help but try to wrap my head around what the code was supposed to do, and what the original programmer was thinking when he/she wrote that code, and it leaves me either dizzy, nauseous, or with a bad headache. Plus, like Error'd it often is really the same kind of WTF written a different way, where some n00b reinvented the wheel and implemented their own convoluted version of a common library function or class because they didn't RTFM.