One of the most important things about marriage is to have a sense of humor through better or worse, in sickness and in health, as long as you both shall tweet.
And for these hilarious husbands, they seem to have gotten the memo.
YouTuber and mom of three Kristina Kuzmic likes it when her kids are mad at her, and thinks that at least some of the time, all kids should be mad at their parents.
Many people are frustrated with the way this election season is shaping up, and one way to deal with frustration is with humor. That whole, “you have to laugh to keep from crying thing” that people try to convince you might actually work.
And what better place to vent your frustrations than social media, right?
The Internet is always freaking out about something, and this week it’s a picture of an algebra textbook that features a few things that just don’t add up.
By now you're probably one of the 140 million people who have viewed the video of a hysterically laughing 37-year-old Candace Payne wearing her Chewbacca mask.
For nearly 20 years, makeup artist Lexie Lazear has been painting faces in one medium or another.
If you’re reading this, there’s a pretty good chance you also use Facebook, which is a great way to connect with friends, family, and the companies you like to follow. But it’s free, which means it comes with the price of giving up personal information to advertisers who track you.
It sounds creepy, but it's true.
Prom is one of those events where you have to go through the boring routine of posing for pictures for your parents before erasing any thoughts of your parents while you try to enjoy your night. It’s kind of awkward, but it’s usually just part of the process.
That is, unless your parents don’t approve of your relationship and not only don’t want you to take pictures, but also don’t allow you to go to your prom — simply because you’re gay.
That was the case for a Maryland high schooler named Myren who tweeted about sneaking out for prom on Saturday, a tweet that has since gone viral.
Most of us are guilty of heading to the Internet when something doesn’t feel right, and we usually find out that a sneeze is actually an allergic reaction to oxygen, according to WebMD.
But for 21-year-old Cheyenne Rose, who posted her “Story of a Broken Dancer” on Imgur six months ago to tell the story of her struggle with a mysterious condition that no doctor had been able to name, it changed her life.