And how much they matter.
And how much they matter.
Romance was a lot simpler when you didn’t actually have to talk to each other…
Time to replace your kid and get a new one that isn’t horrific.
Literary blogger Robert Bruce asked his son to review novels just by looking at their covers, with delightful results.
They don’t make much sense, but they’re funny anyway.
And by “proud,” I mean exactly the opposite.
In a refreshing move, The Blaze’s political sketch comedy show host Brian Sack tackles the controversial MSNBC promo without getting mean-spirited.
Remember Nick News? How the show almost didn’t happen — and where it is now.
Recess should be mandatory for grown-ups. Just saying.
As my career takes me farther away from my son, how come no one asks me how I balance work and family?
Looks like it’s time to start making some life changes.
A brave Australian boy’s heartwarming video to a fellow kidney transplant patient. In other news: the Buzzfeed office is out of tissues.
Batman doesn’t need superpowers to overcome obstacles, and neither do these kids.
It was all over the moment you laid eyes on your first puppy.
The winner of the World Press Photo of the Year, showing a group of grieving men carrying dead children through the streets of Gaza City, is stunning and tragic. WARNING: Graphic content.
A new study shows overinvolved parents make college students less satisfied with their lives.
The one moving part of an otherwise bizarre and unsympathetic interview.
Sandwiched in-between the cherished first-born and the spoiled youngest child, middle children often get the short end of the stick. Or do they?
Growing up sucks.
Ranked by cuteness.
Leave it to children to explain the true meaning of the season. It apparently has something to do with Star Wars and/or Spiderman.
This is just so on point. Good letter.
A true friend hangs out and doesn’t stress if you need to take a break to jump in a puddle. Write that down. (via tastefullyoffensive.com)
‘Tis the season to get your festering little monster a giant lump of coal.
They’ll follow your stupid rules and wear the damn sweaters. But they aren’t going to like it.
Life in Gaza is slowly getting back to normal following last week’s cease-fire.
Uncle Joe turns the big ol’ 70 today. But he’s basically like 25. Where does he get his young, boyish energy? Here’s a theory.
Meet your future statesmen, poets, inventors, and pioneers. Also, scoundrels.
Bad parents or worst parents?
Halloween perseveres, hurricanes be damned! Photo and caption from the awesome Facebook page Humans of New York.