Fatherhood is no joke but, in order to survive it, you do need to have a good sense of humor.
And these guys here? They don’t mess around or sugarcoat things. They’re hilariously honest about being a dad, and thank goodness, they tweet it out.
Kat Havoc is a comedian from Creve Coeur, Missouri who shares the trials and tribulations of online dating on her Facebook page.
We all say stupid stuff, even — and sometimes especially — celebrities.
There’s nothing like the majesty of the Olympics — the dedication, the athleticism, the strength — to make all us average peons marvel in disbelief and do the only thing we can to compete — tweet.
Here are the best reactions to the Rio games so far that deserve some kind of medal of their own.
Move over hot oiled Tonga flagbearer, as Michael Phelps’ game face is now the most talked about Olympic meme — for now.
While sitting and waiting to swim in the Men’s 200 butterfly semifinal last night, the most decorated Olympian of all time donned his signature Beats headphones and pulled up his hood while getting into the zone.
However, South African swimmer Chad le Clos, apparently "warmed up with a little dancing" and shadowboxing right in front of Phelps.
This campaign season is turning out to be stranger than fiction, so let’s add this chapter to the book.
Yesterday while addressing the nation, Donald Trump couldn't decide whether to say "towns" or "cities" and said "titties" instead.
The Olympics celebrate the best of the best, and athletes are honored and admired for their dedication, their skill, and their ability to do things that most normal people cannot.
But what most normal people can do is find a chance to throw out an immature joke when presented with the opportunity, as Twitter found in the German Men's Field Hockey Team.
This is the story about William the Worm and how one British company — Tesco — somehow ended up adapting a famous Oasis song to act as tribute for the worm’s funeral.
Buckle up, because it’s a good one.