I think we’re just gonna have to be secretly in love with each other and leave it at that.
Miami surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer has increased his business fivefold by becoming a Snapchat star. WARNING: Graphic surgery images.
Dr. Sandra Lee has the best job in the world. Warning: Gross videos ahead.
The #UpForWhatever campaign touts the beverage as “the perfect beer for removing ‘no’ from your vocabulary for the night.” Update: The company said they “regret” the slogan in a statement to BuzzFeed News.
“Seriously? SERIOUSLY SHONDA?!” Warning: Major spoilers ahead.
Give your wrists a day off while looking glam.
Les toiletteurs taïwanais ont complètement fumé.
Taiwanese pet groomers are next level.
The new Instagram account proves that little kids are totally ridiculous when it comes to food.
Thank you, restaurant gods.
You’ve probably seen her and her best friend dancing their hearts out at the music festival somewhere on the internet.
Ian Gibson was killed when the animal charged at him. WARNING: Graphic pictures of dead animals.
Better than making a bonfire in your apartment.
She’s sick of people saying going out in a bathing suit takes bravery.
With some help from James Corden!
La célébrité du petit «Success Kid» a largement contribué à lever les 75.000 dollars nécessaires pour soigner son père, qui a besoin d’une greffe de rein.
The boy behind the meme is now 8 years old, and his family is using his internet fame to help raise money for his dad’s surgery and treatment and find a live donor.
“I woke up in the morning about 7 or 8 and thought to myself, Oh man, I’m late! Looked at the test stick, it was finally there. A little plus sign — we’re now three, not a pair.”
Ronson, author of the new book So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed, was criticized Monday when a line in a galley of his book comparing women’s fear of rape to men’s fear of getting fired circulated online.