This Woman Had the PERFECT Response To a Man’s Gross Unsolicited Photos, Yet SHE Got Banned From Facebook
Samantha Mawdsley, who has been in a relationship for three years, recently found herself on the receiving end of an interaction that left her feeling disrespected and disgusted.
If you aren't already one of the 641,000 people who follow Kelly Oxford on Twitter, let me introduce you to the New York Times best-selling author, screenwriter, and blogger.
High school exams often include an essay portion in which students are supposed to expound on their answers, which also gives them plenty of room to bull crap their way out of the problem if they’re not quite sure.
And as these creative analogies that were actually used by high schoolers in exams show, they can get pretty creative…
The entire eighth-grade class from Thomas Middle School in the Chicago area was tasked with writing a graduation speech, the best of which would be read at the ceremony.
No relationship is perfect, that's for sure. But lots of relationships do share the same problems, so if any of these gripes from girlfriends about their men rings true to you, you might want to take note.
Prom can be awkward, as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Jimmy Fallon proved on The Tonight Show.
There’s no question that moving in with a significant other can be challenging for a variety of reasons. Just ask Twitter user Arthur Dayne, who decided to highlight these challenges in a series of tweets that prove that your life truly changes when you change your address.
Warning: NSFW language ahead.
Parenting can be rough, which is why you have to make it fun when you feel overwhelmed. That’s what followers of Life of Dad’s Facebook page are doing now that he’s thrown down the Cheerio Stack Challenge, which is exactly what it sounds like.
It's basically seeing how many Cheerios you can stack on your kid's head.
Kids…Can’t live with them without daily drama. Can’t live without them legally until they’re 18.
I joke, but that’s the point — you need to have a sense of humor to be around kids. And if you’re these adults, you also have a Twitter account where you can share the good, the bad, and the “what is that sticky stuff on the door handle again?”