What started as a family photo shoot has exploded into a viral controversy. Is this picture of a navy sailor holding his newborn son in an American flag a beautifully artistic portrait or unpatriotic? Depends on who you ask.
After announcing their new collaboration on Sam Smith's "Lay Me Down," John Legend and the British crooner took the stage at the London Palladium on Friday night for Comic Relief's annual Red Nose Day.
News has been spreading about the highly popular "Cards Against Humanity" game which you can now play online. Everyone seems pretty fired up about this, but did anyone actually try to play? Because honestly, it's not as good as it sounds.
Facebook recently added a new emoji to their collection - "Feeling Fat." After adding this new smiley though, an upset group started a petition asking the site to pull the emoji saying it promoted body shaming.
First it was the #brelfie trend; women posting pictures of themselves breastfeeding. Now it's the #smelfie thanks to Australian comedian Adam Hills. It's men posting pictures of themselves changing diapers, or in Adam's case, changing 'nappies.'
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