Like many of us, I spend a lot of my time working on my computer. And when I’m not working, I’m watching Netflix or writing my original fantasy novel about a wizard school for children.
LONDON — As far as Valentine’s Day pranks go, they don’t come much more brutal than this.
This is 21-year-old Laura Marie Kerr from Ballymena, Northern Ireland.
On Valentine’s Day, Kerr took to Twitter to to share screengrabs of a message exchange she’d had with her boyfriend, Jay.
What a beautiful day. Millions of us are posting our Valentine’s Day wishes to loved ones and liking and reacting to many others. It’s like whole world is in love.
But Facebook always takes things too far.
I started noticing some profile photos of couples framed by dual-colored hearts. It’s a nice, if slightly cheesy touch. Then right below one of these photos I saw the Facebook logo and a suggestion: “Update your profile picture with a frame.” To the right of that, in case I didn’t get the…
LONDON — Job rejections are never pleasant, but they can sometimes be useful.
Maybe you get sent some feedback about where you went wrong, or perhaps some advice on how to improve for next time.
What’s less useful, however, is a blunt text message containing an emoji.
This is 18-year-old Megan Dixon from Leicester, UK.
On Tuesday, Dixon went for a job interview at…
Anyone who’s ever been responsible for a baby knows that when kids are awake, finding time to make yourself a meal is no small feat. So when this babysitter needed a snack, she got hilariously creative.
Claudia Sorhaindo’s 15-year-old niece J’Ann babysat her 2-month-old while the mother made a quick trip.
Not wanting to let the baby out of her sight while she made a sandwich, J’Ann came up with an ingenious solution that might just have you saying “Why didn’t I think of that?”
Fox News has been scolded by the Canadian government after it told more than 13 million Twitter followers the deadly mosque attack in Quebec Monday had been committed by a person “of Moroccan origin.”
On Tuesday, Kate Purchase, director of communications for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, told Twitter she’d emailed Fox asking it to remove the “false and misleading” tweet, sharing screenshots of the message to the news organisation.
While some early media reports mistakenly claimed…