The big upside to social media is that people now have a way to broadcast their thoughts to as big an audience as they wish. As these tweets prove, though, that is also the downside.
For those who haven't experienced sleepwalking or witnessed it firsthand, you might think of it as it's shown in cartoons (or in this picture). But the truth is, people manage to get a frightening amount of things done while they're still asleep. Which actually makes the act more dangerous.
It's almost impossible to believe that just 100 years ago, women were still being denied the right to vote. It certainly wasn't for lack of trying, though. The suffrage movement had gained momentum since the turn of the century, but as the movement grew, so did staunch opposition against it.
You might be familiar with palm reading, but did you know that the science (art?) of reading peoples' feet is perhaps even more prominent throughout history?
His public presence and drastic transformation has opened him up to all sorts of scrutiny, but it doesn't seem to phase him, and he continues to live in Russia as he had before the transformation, albeit with a much different appearance.
Japan's got a culture that's all its own, so sometimes it's hard to appreciate what's going on over there without a sense of context. But, as these translated tweets show us, sometimes context doesn't help explain things AT ALL.
Sugar-free candy might sound like a great alternative for people trying to cut down on sugar, but not many people know that sugar replacers (which includes sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol, and isomalt, in addition to maltitol) aren’t always digested in the best way possible.
In other words, you won’t want to stray far from the toilet.