"This just made me feel that no matter how famous a person, no matter how big, everyone is human at the end of the day."
Stars really *ARE* just like us.
"So this never has to happen."
Same, bro. Same.
"I had to learn as a young woman to control my emotions."
Pokémon have problems too.
If you can't beat 'em, shame 'em.
Probably the one picture you should see from the Met Gala.
*Follows page now*
Brandon Stanton wrote an open letter to Trump saying, "You are not a 'unifier.' You are not 'presidential.'"
I'm not crying.
Dr. Refaai Hamo, whose story touched millions when it was posted on the popular Facebook group, will be a guest of First Lady Michelle Obama.
Giving a face to the Mordor diaspora.
"This one really resonated with me."
The popular photoblog is traveling around Iran and sharing the stories of average Iranians.
You do you, Sydney.
Making a difference one photo at a time.
The only place on the internet where you should actually read the comments.
"Because wanting to be independent doesn't mean I want to be alone."
Sometimes, a goat is just a goat.
"Prediction from a grown-up: Your future is going to be amazing."
The Humans of Al-Rashidiya project, launched late last year, was inspired by the popular American photo-blog and documents Palestinan refugees in a camp in Lebanon.
Humans of New York posted a photo of a graduate with the caption "I'm an illegal immigrant." And this is how people responded.
Never read the comments? Not this time.
"Sometimes I like to find the most breakable thing on the highest surface, then I like to knock it off."
"I've been waiting on this street corner for about six hours now trying to get photographed by the 'Humans Of New York' guy and I've got NOTHING."
Amid a simmering civil war, everyday life still goes on, and it's not all bad news.
The Facebook group was set up in March by five students based at Wadham College.
"We didn't say we're gonna get married. We just knew it. It was a meeting of the souls."
When the humans of Humans of New York adopted their senior dog, Susie, they saw an opportunity to help other senior dogs in need.
Brandon Stanton moved to New York City with the goal of taking 10,000 photos. But what he created was so much more than that.
Jérôme Jarre asks strangers what important message they need to share with the world. The answers are beautifully refreshing.
Humans of New York is the latest buzz to bring the marvels of human nature "on the line". Here's just a few of the many reasons your doctor is prescribing a daily dose.
And the DKNY Facebook is currently being flooded with angry users calling on them to apologize.
Brandon Stanton captures these well-weathered relationships at their best. And if they can make it, so can we.