Stephen Callaghan penned an extremely scathing letter to his daughter’s school authorities after he came to know that girls from his daughter’s class were about to have a make-over during their library class while the boys were going to a local hardware store, Bunnings.
Firefighters were called in to help the man, who with help of his friends glued his head inside the microwave. The crew was extremely unhappy with his stunt and requested others to not to themselves for the sake of entertainment.
“Peanuts will be relevant only on the day your salary is credited,” “Honey Singh and Badshah would have no lyrics for their songs,” “Men will not be able to propose their crush,” are some of the many responses the hashtag generated on the Internet.
Google has dedicated beautiful doodle to honour Max Born, a pioneer whose concepts became the basics for narrating the growth story of modern Quantum physics predictions.
Google Doodle celebrates Robert Koch today as the scientist had won a Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine on this day, back in 1905.
The interview is a perfect guide for those who have no idea about petting a cat. While many have found the conversation hilarious and have lauded little Gabi’s writing skills, there were others who noted how this interview stresses the importance about consent.
A man posted his conversation with a white woman who couldn’t believe he was in the first class queue. However, after his post went viral, he apologised to the woman publicly.
Former US president Obama has 4 of Twitter’s top 2017 tweets, while Trump has none. His most retweeted tweet of the year was the video of him beating up CNN, in which he called the news organisation FNN or “FraudNewsCNN”.
The post started a debate on Twitter and while many social media users agreed with her, there were others who explained that the TIME Magazine’s ‘Person of the Year’ is about recognising someone who made a significant influence in that year.
The anonymous elbow is not just a careless edit but a way to add more leverage to the movement that began this year against sexual harassment and to emphasise the fact that stigmas are still associated with sexual harassment victims.
Taking on a bizarre challenge, this social media user decided to post a picture of herself in a Christmas tree costume and stated that she would wear it to her school everyday if she got 1000 re-tweets.
While most deemed the headline blunder by the local daily in England as an “epic fail” others thought it should be included in journalism courses in the future.
Explaining why they stopped the driver, the Ontario Provincial Police said that they ticketed her for “unnecessarily slow driving, failing to obey signs and failing to provide proof of insurance.”
Calling Shashi Kapoor, a “Pride of Peshawar” the people of the locality hosted a memorial service outside Kapoor Haveli in the Dhaki Nalbandi, Qissa Kawani Bazaar area in the interiors of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. Photos of the memorial service is now going viral.
In the video, when the news presenter asks her to talk about the support her husband has given her, Muniba Mazari says that he has been a “dear friend” to her and is so supportive that he would cry when she would.
A social media user shared a volunteer’s diving blooper on Twitter. The hilarious tweet soon went viral on social media and received over 1,00,000 retweets and 300,000 likes in no time.
It has recently come to light that the claims of 19-year-old Sahar Tabar undergoing plastic surgery to look like Angelina Jolie was a hoax, and that it was done using photoshop and make-up.
It is common for aspiring authors and poets to receive letters of rejection from publishing house. But this letter that is now creating quite a buzz on social media takes the cake for being delightfully savage and eloquent.
After the tweet went viral, Twitter users bombarded the Sikh professor with invites to their homes and cities as a response to the racist messages he was getting otherwise.
A 4-foot long pet alligator was captured by authorities in New York for being an illegal possession. Interestingly, the officials named it ‘Arnold’ after the Hollywood actor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Though the #MeToo concept was started by activist Tarana Burke in 2006, it picked up momentum after the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment case came to light this October.
If you think you’re the only one who ignores your emails, well you have company in none other than Quantico actor Priyanka Chopra. And her new Quantico co-star challenges you to beat her record of unread emails.
Donald Trump’s lawyer Ty Cobb issued a statement responding to former US national security adviser Michael Flynn’s admission of making false statements to the FBI. But it was the font used the lawyer that caught the attention of the people on social media and the joke is on Trump, again.
While the Twitter user could have posted this in jest, the Internet was filled with heart-warming responses — with some calling their mother savage to others who listed out names of famous women and their achievements.
A high school cheerleader accepted the Invisible Box challenge and left people on social media stunned. She uploaded the video on December 3 and, it has, since then, left people on Twitter amazed, while others continue to fall over trying to accomplish the feat.
Recently, Hayley Webster, an author who writes under the pseudonym Hayley Scott, shared a story of the “nicest Christmas gift” she ever received. The Twitter thread has not only won over the people on the Internet but has also moved author JK Rowling.
In a tribute segment on Shashi Kapoor, BBC News used clips of Amitabh Bachchan and Rishi Kapoor instead. A video of the footage has gone viral on social media with people asking for an apology for the gaffe.
Australian MP Tim Wilson got emotional and proposed to his long-time partner, Ryan Bolger, during a debate in the Parliament on same-sex marriages. Wilson’s romantic proposal has created quite a storm on social media.
From a toddler to Kim Jong Un and even PM Narendra Modi, the micro-blogging site was flooded with pictures of people in suits with the hashtags #MenInSuit and #SuitTwitter trending.
Google celebrates the 50 years since kids programming languages were introduced. and with its interactive doodle gives people a taste of coding in a very fun way. This doodle is the collaborative effort by three tech teams
Cops in Florida were called by the store owner to tackle the trespasser, who was later handed over to a wildlife rescue agency, which helped the opossum sober up. Netizens couldn’t stop laughing about the incident – all in the holiday spirit, of course.
With the 2030 goal to “leave no one behind”, the private and the government forces around the world come together to ensure we are closer to the goal in a sustainable manner. Twitterati shared their views and concerns on how we can make the world a better place for differently abled people.
Elon Musk announced that SpaceX’s first Falcon Heavy rocket would launch early next year, before adding that it will include an ambitious payload, a Tesla Roadster. Tweeple aren’t sure whether to believe him or not.
The incident was shared on Twitter by her friends who also posted the video on her behalf. Facing a severe backlash online, McDonald’s UK was forced to apologise.
Comedian Jose Covaco made a joke saying Ivanka Trump was in India to get an Aadhaar card. Yes, it was a joke but UIDAI was not a sport and tried to clear the air and Tweeple couldn’t stop trolling them.
An Iranian teenager’s pictures are being splashed all over the Internet, with reports claiming that she has undergone around 50 plastic surgeries to look like her idol Angelina Jolie.