Social media has the changed the world in so many ways, there’s hardly anybody that hasn’t experienced its impact, no matter how big or small. Twitter in particular has opened doors to celebrities that us commoners never imagined. Why wait for a star outside a restaurant in Beverly Hills to get a scribbled autograph when you could just get a shout-out from them on Twitter? And it has worked for many.
Let’s face it, we all hate how we look on our driver’s license. There’s little we can do after the picture is snapped, which is why Adam Bard from British Columbia decided to make his driver’s license photo a memorable one – by shaving his beard and hair in half.
You may want to add this to your list of things you can’t do on a flight these days. Jeanie Daniels was on her way to Houston to meet her boyfriend when she was asked by the flight-attendant to stop polishing her nails due to the smell. Daniels, realizing she had only two more nails left to do, then went to the bathroom to finish them, so as not to bother her fellow passengers. Turns out Southwest won’t allow that even in the airplane bathroom.
The news bloopers just keep on coming. During Fox News’ early morning Super Tuesday wrap-up, the head news anchor went live to Washington correspondent Doug Luzader for an update on the election race. To quote the news anchor, it went like this: “Hello Doug… Hi Doug… uh… I, guess not…”
As Apple unveiled its new iPad, the Twittersphere exploded when a user in Pittsburgh spotted someone who looked like the late Apple CEO sitting at a bar and working on a laptop. Before you start with the “Steve Jobs walks into a bar” jokes, check out the full photo below.
In a story that shouldn’t surprise anyone looking forward to ‘The Hobbit,’ a student at Princeton’s Forbes College made a Tolkienesque bow and arrow by hand, which he then briefly left at his campus Wawa store. Naturally, it was stolen. As is the norm these days, the student took to the internet to report the incident to try and get the handcrafted weapon back.
Mr. Burns from ‘The Simpsons‘ may be known for his evil overlord-like demeanor in fictional Springfield. But humor mag MAD felt the octogenarian (or is he a centenarian?) has said things on the show that could’ve also easily been said by 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Nature’s force is at times awe-inspiring, but often downright scary. A woman in West Liberty, Kentucky experienced this first hand when she captured footage of a huge tornado heading towards her direction.
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