In 2012 a fun little Chrome extension surfaced that would replace baby pictures on social media with pictures of cats. When Unbaby.me (now called Rather) debuted, the non-parent internet breathed a collective sigh. All jokes aside, sharing pictures of children online can be potentially dangerous because nothing online is completely private. French privacy laws could actually send you to jail for posting pictures of your kids online!
At a suburban business park next to a storage facility, I experienced the most spiritual ceremony of my life. What a strange setting for a communion with god.
In the past decade, more than 21 reality television stars committed suicide. Rather than assuming any serious criticism or blame for the deaths, television networks are fueling their own ratings cycle. Current reality TV is pure schadenfreude—pleasure in the humiliation of others—even after death.
The world’s full of assholes, and sometimes you have to work with them or see them at a party. While some people you just have to hate, wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way we could all get along? A new study emerged from the University of Groningen that suggest a small tweak in your behavior could make that a reality. Read More!
It’s easier than ever to share a thought with a number of online friends or the entire Internet with the click of a few buttons. However, all those subtweets and passive-aggressive Facebook statuses aren’t doing most of your friends any good. Also, if you have to tell someone something, it might be best do do it privately in some cases.
Your vague statuses aren’t helping anyone. This video will put your statuses in perspective if you are the culprit when it comes to filling users’ news feeds with statuses about nothing. If that’s not you, it should definitely still be relatable if you’ve ever used Facebook before (or Twitter or practically any form of social media).
Young, old, polite, or bitchy, this beer stand doesn’t turn away customers. On a hot day, it’s hard to beat the price of $0.25 for a glass of nice cold beer. At the same time, the person behind the stand will absolutely not take your bullshit because the beer industry is some serious business. Watch below to see how he handles it.
Coming out to a parent about your sexuality can bring a mixed bag of emotions with it – especially if you’re unsure of how they’ll react. Aside from the typical response you’d expect to hear about, whether positive or negative, some parents just know what’s coming before it actually arrives. And this mom made the best of it, as you’ll see below.
It’s not uncommon to experience receiving an unexpected complement, only to not be entirely sure of how to react. I mean … me? Really?