Prepare to awwwww.
Prepare to awwwww.
Wait, you sold WHAT at a garage sale?
Jack and Erica Bing are two very lucky kids.
And then give them an answer they didn’t expect.
@TextsFromMum lists real texts sent to two Twitter users from their mother. We all get text messages from our mothers like this though.
You mean to tell me that this dating thing never gets better?
It takes a village to raise a child. Just not your village.
Dinovember is everything you could ever want.
What weʼve got here is a failure to communicate.
Here’s hoping swag is genetic.
For every Scream or Halloween, there are 10 other scary movies that never really found their audience. Here are some noteworthy horror films from the ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s that are worth a look. WARNING: Mild gore ahead.
What could be more fun than forcing your parents to think about you and sex?
Let me do my job please.
Plus an exclusive interview with Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson, 20 “healthy” costumes for Halloween, and sex advice from a fire artist.
Just look at their faces! Cuteness overload. (via reddit.com)
Mothers are basically the biggest badasses ever, because they can survive all of this.
Nobody told you it would be like this.
Mind the generation gap.
“The video my dad sent me to show off his new iPhone 5s.” This is why parents can’t have nice things.
I won’t tell anyone if you won’t.
“Maybe you should have waited until after your wedding.” Inspired by this.
Eventually they just gave up any hope of keeping me on the straight and narrow.
Technology doesn’t have to be new and scary!
She tweeted her excitement over Dakota Johnson landing the role of Anastasia in the upcoming movie.
Because chai is thicker than water.
Yes, we started early. Yes, we can see you doing mental math and subsequently judging us.
When you’re caring for children, there are a few basic necessities you need to provide. Vine isn’t one of them. Vine is never one of them.
The history of parenting has been a history of setbacks, advances, and a few brief moments of genius. These are some of those moments.
And this is why I’m glad my parents haven’t figured out how things work!