Let’s be real. There are people who live to eat, and then there are people who eat to live. And speaking from personal experience, the latter group is much more fun.
Their bucket list is basically just a list of things they want to eat, and so today, we salute those hungry heroes who tweet the things that fill up our very souls…and stomachs.
While most kids see their fathers as heroes, it's the other way around for Alan Lawrence — a father of seven, blogger, and Photoshop master in Utah — who creates beautiful photos of his youngest son “flying” to show that his Down syndrome doesn’t hold him back from spectacular things.
Dating can be hard, and it's even harder in the digital age when people are meeting potential dates on Internet sites like Tinder.
You probably know Ryan Reynolds from TV and movies, most recently Deadpool, which absolutely killed it at the box office.
You’re probably used to the movie descriptions rolled out by production companies to try and get you to go see their films. While that might be technically correct, wouldn’t you rather have a more realistic version so you know what you’re getting into?
Thanks to the power of Twitter and #ExplainAFilmPlotBadly, now you can. Are they always completely accurate? Not so much, but they are always completely entertaining.
There's a new study that found that people often have very different interpretations of what emojis mean, which inspired The Jimmy Kimmel Show to conduct their own experiment.
There's really nothing cuter than a fat baby arm or fat baby leg. I mean, they're pretty much the best thing since unsliced Japanese bread, right?
Who says a trip to the museum has to be boring?
Not Imgur user JakeMarshall91, who risked getting cursed by the Egyptian gods and possibly arrested by security at the British Museum in London where he busted out some face swaps with those of ancient times.
If you’ve ever looked at mundane, every day situations and thought, “You know what this needs? Monsters. Monsters would liven things up,” then today is your lucky day.