Bunmi Laditan, the hilarious mom behind Honest Toddler, got serious on Facebook about why she treasures the time after her kids go to sleep ― at least until one of them wakes up.
Meet Amariyanna “Mari” Copeny, a 9-year-old girl from Flint, Michigan, who is currently serving as “Little Miss Flint.”
Kids might be little and look innocent and angelic — at least while they sleep, anyway — but most of them are too young to really have a verbal filter.
But make no mistake.
Most of the time they know exactly what they’re saying, and sometimes that brutal honesty is quite the (hilariously) epic burn.
They’re really all just wise beyond their years.
This is the story about how one very famous, very pregnant actress stirred up a lot of strong opinions by taking the subway, where most people are already cranky because they’re all smashed together on the subway.
Olivia Wilde got pretty upset when her fellow train passengers declined to offer her very pregnant self a seat, and because it's 2016, she tweeted about it.
Getting your roommate assignments for college is like Russian roulette in that you never know what you might get.
Just as Winnie Chen, 17, who is about to move into student accommodations at UCLA.
She recently shared the insane list of demands she received from one of her future roommates, Ashly, henceforth known as "the ticking time bomb."
Last week, teacher Paris Monroe uploaded a few photos of herself in her classroom to Instagram.
Jimmy Fallon is the king of not only The Tonight Show, but also hashtags on Twitter.
Disgraced Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte made his debut Monday on Dancing With the Stars, performing with pro Cheryl Burke.
When you’re out on the town and exchange numbers with a stranger, there’s always the chance that things could get weird at some point in time. Add in alcohol and the expectations of weirdness get exponentially higher.
Just ask Abby Fenton, a university student from Barnsley, UK.
I speak from personal experience when I say that depression is something that affects people in ways that you often don’t see. It’s not as tangible for people to grasp on to, like a physical injury, but the pain runs just as deep as any other type of illness.
Some days are fine, but some days simply getting out of bed feels about as tangible as climbing Mt. Everest. And while I tend to go the opposite way at times and clean all the things, it’s the opposite for a lot of people.
That's why one post by Imgur user too***busyandviceversa, a depression sufferer, has gone viral, as it perfectly illustrates the struggle with a before-and-after photo of the poster’s room.
There have been thousands and thousands of signs at ESPN’s College Gameday, but there was one in particular this week in Bristol, Tennessee, that might just be the most successful game day sign ever — and it paid off pretty big.