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Study helps explain why some new moms post nonstop on Facebook

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Several years ago,

When birthday parties become holy birthday months

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The birthday party is in crisis — and it’s not getting better anytime soon.

As children, birthday parties were simple, elegant affairs. Your parents fed you supermarket cake on beautifully branded, plastic tablecloths and prayed that you didn’t ruin the whole event by spontaneously crying or vomiting.

But millennials took those simple pleasures for granted, and now, many parties have evolved into ravenous emotional beasts: month-long, highly intricate ceremonies that eat up all your your…

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The world’s most beautiful horse will give you hair envy

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Frederik the Great is taking social media by storm. No that’s not the name of the latest addition to the Royal family, Frederik is a Friesian stallion that’s being rightfully dubbed the world’s most handsome horse.

Though the Internet got its first wind of this real-life Black Beauty back in 2012 thanks to

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What’s the best YA series of all time? Round 3 of #OneTrueYA bracket

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Our search for the Internet’s favorite YA series continues, and the competition is as fierce as any YA Chosen One hero could be.

Round Three has begun, which will not only decide which four series move on to the semi-finals, but will also decide the winners in our four genre categories: Dystopian, Fantasy, Contemporary, and Supernatural. Is your favorite still in the running?

See the winners of Round Two!

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Fans across the Internet (and the world) have made their choices…

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Musical.ly launches live.ly for live streaming

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