The school year is starting back up, and high school seniors are recreating their very first day of school photos.
Have you ever been at the beach and thought, “I don’t want my skin to fry, but I also want to smell like fried chicken?”
If so, KFC's announcement of SPF-30 sunscreen lotion that'll have you smelling like finger lickin' good chicken will please you to no end.
Way back, when I was in elementary school, one of the first things I remember learning was how to write my name and the alphabet cards plastered all over the walls. Well, that and snack time.
As I got older, we moved on to learning how to write our names in cursive, a much harder task but one that was required none the less.
That brings us to a 7-year-old girl named Alyssa from Kansas, who received a harsh message in red pen from her teacher for simply signing her name.
To say the Final Five of the U.S. women's gymnastics team — Simone Biles, Aly Raisman, Laurie Hernandez, Gabby Douglas, and Madison Kocian — had a busy month would be an understatement.
Growing up means learning responsibility, and when Catholic High School for Boys in Little Rock, Arkansas recently attempted to do their job teaching kids important life lessons about independence, some parents just freaked the heck out.
So what outrageous thing did they do to cause more than 3,800 people to comment on Facebook?
They posted this sign, one that has since been shared more than 119,000 times on Facebook and counting.
New (and breastfeeding) mom Lynda Mazzalai Nguyen was at a seminar hosted by the Hilton’s Embassy Suites in San Francisco when she needed to pump.
She didn’t have a room and assumed that a place that’s literally a collection of rooms would have an empty one where she could go for some privacy. Both of the people she asked told her to use the bathroom.
Since she wasn't so thrilled with the idea of doing it where people poop, she decided to stage a protest by whipping them out and pumping in the hotel lobby.
Even if it sounds like a good idea at the time, let this story serve as a reminder that it’s never a great idea to leap across tall buildings like Wile E. Coyote or some kind of action hero unless you are actually Wile E. Coyote or some kind of action hero.
Learn from the mistake of an unidentified man in Pittsburgh who tried to do just that in an attempt to impress his date. He couldn’t quite make it to the second roof and ended up falling down between the two buildings, wedging himself between them in the narrow gap in the middle of the night.
In other words, he missed.
For those of you who love a play on words and want to get clever with your costume this year, we’ve got your back (and your front) with 40 punny costumes that anyone can make in no time (or money) flat.
Catrin Williams, a 17-year-old from the UK, recently tweeted two photos with a caption that pretty perfectly sums up how not awesome it can sometimes be to be female on the Internet.
We’ve all been there — stuck on hold and in the hell that is an automated phone menu just trying to reach a representative so we can complain about crappy service.
Londoners John Bull and his wife can relate. They were sick of the crappy service from their phone and Internet provider Virgin Media, and tried to cancel. They didn’t have a contract, so canceling shouldn’t have been too much of a problem, right?
As his four hours of live-tweeting will prove, breaking up is hard to do — at least with your service provider.
It starts out in the blissful honeymoon stage.