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    NOBODY is the same person they were almost a decade ago, but that doesn't mean you're any better. A former bridezilla has received backlash online after she did the very thing she bashed others for doing in the years previous. 2A Reddit user was branded a hypocrite after breaking the same rules for her friend's wedding she set out for her own big day A Reddit user has been called a hypocrite after she posted a rude rant online in the wake of her wedding, and then did the very thing she gave out about years later. The former bride began her post by acknowledging that her original rant was out of line. She explained: "I had my wedding on a Wednesday afternoon, we were late sending out invites, and many of my guests had to take off from work and travel several hours to be there." " When many people declined, I took to Facebook and went on a rant about people not making time for the important things and being terrible friends and relatives," the user continued. Read More...
    Drew Barrymore was branded racist over a video of herself enjoying a rainstorm - after woke killjoys claimed she'd copied a trend dubbed 'black men frolicking.'   The accusation comes from an angry fellow TikTok user with the handle @amushroomblackly. She said Barrymore was a colonizer 'who disrespected and dismiss the boundaries that black creators have set' because the video resembled a 'frolicking' trend started by black TikTokers earlier this year.  In Barrymore's video that she posted to her 6.5 million followers, she jubilantly walks around in pouring rain with a broad smile, exclaiming 'whenever you can, go out into the rain! Do not miss the opportunity.' Shortly after the actress posted her video, amushroomblackly posted a bizarre response addressing Barrymore directly, saying 'you and I both know you are capable of enjoying the rain, frolicking freely, without filming it and posting it to TikTok.' She went even further and said Barrymore 'cosigned people who just go out of their way to disrespect and dismiss the boundaries that black creators have set' In Barrymore's TikTok video, she walks outside a house in...
    (CNN)A social media account bearing the name of Ricky Shiffer, the suspect in the Ohio standoff with the FBI, made a post on the social media platform founded by Donald Trump, referencing an attempt to storm an FBI office and encouraging others online to prepare for a revolutionary-type war.The post about the FBI office attack was made minutes after the Ohio State Highway Patrol said the incident at the FBI office in Cincinnati began, shortly after 9:15 a.m. "Well, I thought I had a way through bullet proof glass, and I didn't," the user posted at 9:29 a.m. Thursday on Truth Social, Trump's social media site. "If you don't hear from me, it is true I tried attacking the F.B.I., and it'll mean either I was taken off the internet, the F.B.I. got me, or they sent the regular cops while."It's unclear whether the user was attempting to write more, as the post stops after "while." A spokesperson for the Ohio State Highway Patrol said that at 9:37 a.m. authorities located and began pursuing the suspect's vehicle. An armed suspect...
    THERE'S something fishy about this under-the-sea brainteaser. Can you find the fish hiding amongst the octopuses in this sea-life cartoon? 4Can you spot the fish hiding in this picture? There's one among the octopusesCredit: Instagram/Gergely Dudás Curiosity will keep you transfixed for hours as it's left internet users struggling to figure it out. Hungarian artist Gergely Dudás, who goes under the Twitter handle Dudolf posted his puzzle on his Facebook page. It was shared more than 1,000 times in under 24 hours, and thousands of people voiced their frustration at the seemingly straightforward task of locating a fish. But it was trickier than they expected. read more: brainteasersOopsie daisy You could be in top 0.1% if you can see the tiny daisy in less than 25 secondsPRESENT PROBLEM Can you spot hidden gift in puzzling brainteaser in less than 11 seconds? One Facebook user who spotted it queried: "I just see the fishes head. Is that right?" Another joked: "The fish is hiding so I can't find it." If you're still having trouble, look to the bottom right corner of the image. You...
    THE internet is crowded with information, and we need to be cautious about what we believe is true. YouTuber Nikocado Avocado was reported to have died, with many posts questioning his well-being. 1Nikocado Avocado has over 3million subscribers on YouTubeCredit: YouTube/Nikocado Avocado Why is 'Nikocado Avocado dead' trending? Social media posts all over the internet this week suggested YouTuber Nikocado Avocado died. "Apparently Nikocado Avocado is dead? Honestly I don’t believe that. Sometimes he gets offline to probably preparing more of his atrocious mukbangs videos," tweeted one user. "IS NIKOCADO AVOCADO DEAD HUH???" questioned another fan over the web. An additional tweet was made, that asked "NIKOCADO AVOCADO DIED???????," to which the user replied with "I SEEN IT ON TT" Read More On The Sun'NASTY!' Teen Mom Jenelle Evans & David Eason's Mukbang slammed as ‘appalling'BUTTER BELIEVE IT Nikocado Avocado before and after: How much the YouTuber weighs now A YouTube video was also posted on July 4 titled "Nikocado Avocado Passed Away (Trigger Warning) , pray for his family #nikocadoavocado," which accumulated over 7.7K views. The short video suggested...
    ENGAGEMENT parties and ring reveal posts have become a staple of today's wedding culture. However, TikTok user Sometimes Sierra and her fiancée decided to take a different approach to announcing their upcoming nuptials. 2TikTok user Sometimes Sierra told her friends about her engagement in a very unique wayCredit: Tiktok/sometimessierra Sierra took to TikTok to explain the unique way she revealed her engagement to her friends. "For the past two years, I have avoided talking about my relationship with my friends just so I could see their reactions when they opened their mailboxes and found an invitation to my wedding," she explained in her video. Sierra posted a follow-up video in which she gave more context to viewers about her engagement. "Since we were together since we were wee tots, most of these people are both of our friends," Sierra explained. Read More LifestyleWHAT A FIND I’m so obsessed with charity shops I got my wedding dress and veil from oneNOT ALL WHITE People praise bride’s wedding dress before realising what’s REALLY going on She also posted a third video...
    A Sacramento County, California supervisor says she didn’t mean to rub shoulders with members of the Proud Boys when she joined a Telegram channel to help plan a potential far-right truck convoy. Sue Frost, one of the county’s five supervisors, came under fire this week after an area Twitter-user spotted her in a series of fringe Telegram channels, including a channel run and moderated by self-described Proud Boys who had previously used Telegram to encourage the murders of Jews and “race war now.” Now Frost says she was unaware of the forums’ Proud Boy ties. Instead, she accuses the Twitter whistleblower of following her around and “dubbing” her into pictures with Proud Boys—a claim that Twitter user firmly denies. Frost is a vocal opponent of anti-COVID measures like masking, and has previously promoted COVID-19 conspiracy theories, the Sacramento Bee previously reported. But she appeared to become actively involved in fringe organizing this month, when she posted in multiple Telegram groups dedicated to organizing a “convoy” in her region. “I am a Sacramento County Supervisor who is communicating with many...
    Tripadvisor has announced that it has now published one billion reviews and opinions. And to mark the occasion it has released some fun facts about the content that has been submitted to the platform since it was founded 22 years ago by current President and CEO Stephen Kaufer, Langley Steinert, Nick Shanny and Tom Palka. The most-reviewed accommodation ever, it turns out, is Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, with over 48,200 reviews. Luxor Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, pictured, is Tripadvisor's most-reviewed accommodation ever with over 48,200 reviews  Pictured is London's Park Plaza Westminster Bridge - the most-reviewed accommodation in the UK with over 23,000 reviews The most-reviewed accommodation in the UK is Park Plaza Westminster Bridge in London, with over 23,000 reviews. The most-reviewed restaurant ever is Pasteis de Belem in Lisbon, Portugal, with over 52,600 reviews, while the most-reviewed restaurant in the UK ever is Aqua Shard in London, with over 16,600 reviews. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Paddleboarding has taken the world by storm - and this......
    DAN Crenshaw is a congressman of Texas's second congressional district. Crenshaw was elected in November 2018 to represent the people of Texas’s Second Congressional District. 2Representative Dan Crenshaw, a Republican from Texas, represents Texas's second congressional districtCredit: Getty Images - Getty Why is Rep. Dan Crenshaw trending on Twitter? On January 18, 2022 "Representative Dan Crenshaw" began to trend on Twitter in response to a video of him. The video showed a child in what appears to be an open forum asking the congressman to clarify a quote of his. People responded on the social media site shaming Crenshaw for his response to the child. The incident took place Monday evening according to Newsweek at a "Montgomery Party Tea Party PAC meeting." A user posted the video on Tuesday, which has already gained over 10K likes and 1million views. 2Rep. Dan Crenshaw was elected in Texas in November 2018, serving for almost four years nowCredit: Getty Images - Getty "Dan Crenshaw gets upset at a 10 year old girl at an event and gets heckled by the crowd. 'Don’t question...
    GHISLAINE Maxwell was last month found guilty of luring teenage girls to be sexually abused by the American millionaire Jeffrey Epstein. The British socialite, 60, now faces the likelihood of years behind bars after being found guilty of five of six counts she faced. 4Ghislaine Maxwell is at the center of a conspiracy theory which links her to one of the most power accounts on Reddit 4The the u/maxwellhill handle has not posted since her July 2 arrest But away from the court room drama Maxwell is also at the center of a conspiracy theory which links her to one of the most power accounts on Reddit. Online sleuths have pointed to a number of clues they say show Ghislaine was behind the wildly popular u/maxwellhill handle. The most telling, they say, is that the once active account has not posted since her July 2 arrest last year. POPULAR PAGE u/maxwellhill had been one of the most active on Reddit, posting most days for the previous 14 years. It covered the biggest news stories across the world...
    THERE was reportedly a fire at a Sunoco Refinery in Toledo, with one user on Twitter saying it felt like an "explosion" shook their home. Reports and photos that appear to show a large blaze were posted just before 8pm on Thursday. 1A user posted a photo of the reported fire to Twitter The photos show a fire and heavy smoke in sky around the refinery. "The local refinery is on fire. I might have to vacate the area if it gets worse," the Twitter user who posted the photos wrote. "There was even an explosion [that] shook my house," they added. Authorities have not yet confirmed reports of a blaze or explosion. WTOL reported that the Oregon, Ohio, Fire Department was on the scene assisting with some sort of incident. However, the department said there was "no hazard or evacuation concern" at this time. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sport news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video....
    MOST GIRLS have been the butt of a boys joke in secondary school. A common trick boys would play would be to pretend to like us, get our reaction, and then laugh about it with their friends, as one woman knows all too well. 3Zeenah said boys used to ask her out to be funny 3Zeenah had the last laugh with her incredible glow-up TikTok user, zeenahmua, posted a video reminiscing about these times, which has been viewed over 250k times. Zeenah Faridi, a makeup artist believed to live in England, shared her incredible glow-up since leaving school which would definitely make those boys think twice about pranking her. She posted a picture of herself when she was in secondary school and wrote over it: "Go ask for her number, it would be so funny." Zeenah then reveals what she looks like now to the Careless Whisper lyrics; "We could have been so good together." Her incredible transformation since leaving school has stunned users of the app, with some questioning whether it is in fact the same person. Most read...
    A CHEEKY TikTok star has highlighted some of the dumbest things ever posted on Facebook – and some of them will have you in stitches. Brit funnyman Luke Le Prevost shared a series of photos and comments from users who probably should have thought before they posted. 2One Facebook dolt posted a photo of a bank and asked their friends why there was 'a car inside it' when it was in fact their own vehicle reflected off the building's windowCredit: TiKTok Luke, who is based in Guernsey, reacted to the foolish posts last year across a series of videos posted to his 2.3million followers. In one balls-up, a Facebook user posted a photo of a bank and asked in a comment alongside it why there was a "car inside it". In fact, they had mistakenly snapped a picture of the reflection of their own vehicle in the building's windows. "It's the reflection of your car," Luke says in the video. "That's enough for today." In another head-in-hands moment, a Facebooker asked whether an event for an upcoming solar eclipse could...
    Now that's fast delivery!  An Amazon delivery driver in Tampa, Florida, was caught on camera letting a skimpily clad woman out of the back of his work van and has since been fired.   The video, shot in June and posted to TikTok earlier this week, shows an unidentified woman wearing a little black dress with her phone tucked into the neckline jumping out the back of the van as a delivery man dressed in his blue vest holds the door open for her. The woman appears to be barefoot. An Amazon delivery driver (pictured wearing a blue vest) can be seen holding the backdoor open for a woman as she exits the back of the van. Amazon has said the man no longer works for the company  In a newly posted video, an unidentified woman was seen leaving the back of an Amazon delivery driver's van in Tampa, Florida, in June A company representative told TMZ that the driver's actions do not 'reflect the high standards we have for our Delivery Service Partners and their drivers.'  'Allowing unauthorized passengers to...
    Skunk Works general manager Jeff Babione Lockheed Martin's notoriously-secretive Skunk Works boss won't comment on a video that shows an enormous, saucer-like object parked at a Lockheed testing facility.  A video posted on Twitter showed the sleek and aerodynamic object being pulled on the back of a flatbed trailer in the Mohave Desert. It was likely spotted in Lockhead's Helendale Radar Cross Section Facility, said Twitter user Ruben Hofs, who analyzed the video. Social media users went wild trying to solve the mystery, but they weren't about to get any clues from Skunk Works general manager Jeff Babione, who was asked to comment on it during a recent Defense One interview. 'I can't,' speak about it, Baboine said with a smile. He added that the facility's security protocols were 'in good shape.' A Twitter video showed a flatbed towing an object at a top-secret Locheed Martin facility  It was likely spotted in Lockhead's Helendale Radar Cross Section Facility, said Twitter user Ruben Hofs, who posted and analyzed the video, which he shared September 22 The video: pic.twitter.com/Unhq9lsHwE— Ruben Hofs (@rubenhofs)...
    An Aussie expat has spotted one of the country's most iconic birds being sold as a pet on the other side of the world.  A Reddit user posted a picture of a caged kookaburra in Long Island, New York on Sunday - sparking outrage from Australians. The user who took the photo said he was shocked to come 'face-to-face with this dainty sheila'. An Aussie expat has snapped a photo of a kookaburra for sale in a pet shop on Long Island, New York (pictured, the tiny cage home to the Aussie native bird) 'I lived in the States for a while. Always amazed me to see blue tongues and beardies going for hundreds when as a kid I used to just go outside and pick them up off the ground,' one user wrote. 'But this is on a different level. I can imagine a lizard might be just fine living a cozy life in a heated enclosure with live food being dropped in daily, but a kookaburra living a caged life makes me sad.' Kookaburras are native to eastern Australia...
    Getty Lisa Rinna attends the SUTTON Store Launch at SUTTON on September 26, 2019 in West Hollywood, California. Lisa Rinna isn’t afraid to call people out. “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star took to her Instagram Stories to call out one of her followers. Rinna posted a screenshot of a message from an Instagram user. View this post on Instagram A post shared by L I S A R I N N A (@lisarinna) The message read, “Shut the f*** up!- you fake a**hole! Be real and gain respect!!! I can’t with your fake s***! Honor your soul for once please!!! We all see it in!! Stop your narcissistic behavior-seriously.” Rinna also posted a screenshot of the user’s bio which read, “Psalms 111:6 Let all that you do be done in LOVE-1 Corinthians 16:14.” Rinna wrote, “These are my favorite.” She added in the other Story, “Such a mouth for such a religious person.” The mom of two has since deleted those posts from her Instagram Story, which she originally posted on Wednesday, September 23.Rinna...
    A TikTok mom posted footage of a fellow restaurant patron who confronted her in a New York restaurant, telling her it 'is not the place' for her to take her autistic toddlers for dinner before, the poster said, demanding free food from the diner.  User @bamskye2426 shared a few short clips from the uncomfortable interaction, which she said took place at a 'family oriented spot' on Long Island.  'According to Karen this isn't the place for autistic children. It's a dive diner,' she captioned the post, uploaded on Monday.  The aggravated woman, who had apparently already been complaining before the user started filming, told the young mother than she should 'take [her children] to Chuck E. Cheese' instead because 'this is not the place.'  'Are you taking a picture of me? Well good, you're wrong,' the shrill woman says when she realizes the mother is recording.  After some users sided with the aggravated woman, @bamskye2426 posted a video of her children, Bentley and Miley, playing at the restaurant before the altercation. The pair are secured in high chairs, smiling and...
    Bravo Erika Girardi, left, Garcelle Beauvais, Crystal Kung Minkoff, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Sutton Stracke and Dorit Kemsley. Celebrities are real people, too. “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” newbie Crystal Kung Minkoff has seemingly deactivated her Twitter page after countless hate messages. The Bravo fan account Real Housewives Gifs posted a screenshot of Minkoff’s Twitter profile which no longer exists. I hope all of you racist assholes are happy you ran Crystal off of twitter! #RHOBH pic.twitter.com/Tgwhmo5Aks — Real Housewives Gifs (@housewifegifs) September 20, 2021 The account insinuated that Minkoff deactivated her account because of “racist attacks” made by Bravo fans. The account then posted multiple screenshots of users commenting negative things on Minkoff’s various social media pages. They posted various screenshots of tweets degrading the mom. One user tweeted, “Crystal is a disgrace as Asian representation…and deploys her race issues when convenient for her storyline. Aside from all that – she’s a social climbing gold digger.” Another wrote, “Crystal did the same thing all Asian girls do – flip flop over the woman of color...
    STUDENTS are following a new TikTok trend that could land them in hot water. The hashtag #deviouslick currently has 175.2 million views on the video-sharing app. 2'Devious licks' is a TikTok trend involving school theft What is the 'devious licks' trend on TikTok? Students are stealing paper towel dispensers, lab equipment, and school bus parts as a part of TikTok's new "devious licks" challenge. In a typical video, a student unzips their backpack to reveal a host of allegedly stolen goods. There are different tiers to the challenge. A low-grade swipe includes toilet paper rolls, class pets and other classmate's shoes. Mid-tier thieves will go after parking signs, school laptops, and desk chairs. 2In this TikTok clip, a student allegedly steals a water fountainCredit: NBC 2 News Top-level swipes, referred to as "nefarious, diabolical, and godforsaken licks," will include entire filing cabinets and security cameras. The videos are typically set to the opening bars of Lil B's "Ski Ski BasedGod." As of September 12, there are over 76,000 videos using the sped-up version of the track. Who started...
    A REDDIT user claims to have spotted someone in a very compromising position on Google Maps. The Google Maps fan posted two screenshots of a man with his trousers down squatting in a field and seemingly relieving himself. 2A Reddit user says he spotted this person on Google MapsCredit: Reddit 2The images were posted with the caption "I found someone pooping in the grass..."Credit: Reddit The images were accompanied by a statement which says: "I found someone pooping in the grass...". This was posted on a popular Google Maps Reddit thread. One Reddit user replied: "If this isn’t something to be proud of, I don’t know what is." Another said: "Imagine forever being the Google Earth Pooper." Another joked: "When ya gotta go, ya gotta go. Wonder if that’s the Google driver?" The squatter is said to have been spotted in the city of Roosendaal in the Netherlands. Exact co-ordinates have not been given. A Reddit user asked: "Please give the address/coordinates, I live close to Roosendaal so I’m really curious." So far, they've received no response. The Reddit thread...
    A video posted to Facebook that apparently shows a DoorDash delivery driver possibly incriminating himself and contaminating a Chipotle delivery bound for an NYPD cop, is now under investigation. The video, posted Monday at 2.45pm by user So Certified, who claims to be the driver, shows him sticking his finger inside what appears to be a burrito bowl. It also shows an ominous handwritten note saying, 'hope that d*k [sic] taste good b***h!' implying that something more may have been done to the food.  'Ya kno I'm bout to violate the s**t out this order 61st precient [sic],' he captioned the video.  'I dreamed of moments like this god u been so good to me like idk how to re pay u,' it continued. A video posted to Facebook Monday appeared to show a DoorDash delivery driver placing an ominous handwritten note, and his finger inside a Chipotle meal bound for an NYPD cop Facebook user So Certified posted the video, and appeared to claim he was the driver   The note implies something more may have been...
    A video originally posted by TikTok user @june_banoon has ballooned into a full TikTok musical phenomenon. @june_banoon/TikTok TikTok user @june_banoon posted a song about a cat that people are calling "here comes the boy." Others have duetted @june_banoon's original video with piano, string, and vocal accompaniment.  The song has become a meme of its own, soundtracking trends on TikTok and Twitter. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On June 30, TikTok user @june_banoon posted a video serenading a cat called Mashed Potatoes. "Here comes the boy," they croon as Mashed Potatoes saunters forward. "Hello boy, welcome, there he is, he is here." The innocuous tune, which has amassed over 10 million views and 3 million likes to date, has inspired other users to add to the original tune with pianos, strings, flutes, and other musical accompaniment to turn it into a lush, soothing song that's become a meme in its own right.  @june_banoon He lives down the road and we call him Mashed Potatoes ##fyp ##TakisTransformation ##cat ##catsoftiktok ♬ original sound - June ✨
    Billie Eilish is facing backlash for allegedly mocking Asians in past videos that a fan has posted to Tik Tok. User @lcxvy posted undated videos of Eilish in which the "Bad Guy" singer allegedly mocks an Asian accent. In another clip, Eilish appears to say the ethnic slur "c---k," referring to someone of Chinese descent. It's unclear when and where the videos were first posted and what the context was. Reps for Eilish did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment. The Tik Tok user's video has been viewed over 180,000 times and it calls for Eilish to be "cancelled" in one of the hashtags. It's resulted in thousands of comments from app users, with many saying they were "sad" and "disappointed" to see Eilish engage in the alleged behavior.  BILLIE EILISH DEBUTS NEW SONG AND MUSIC VIDEO, ‘LOST CAUSE’ Billie Eilish poses at the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Steve Granitz/WireImage) However, others have defended the Grammy winner by asking that they give her time to address...
    Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Vanessa Bryant said on Instagram that she designed a Nike shoe to honor her late husband and daughter. The sneaker was never released, but Bryant said an Instagram user somehow obtained a pair. In January 2020, Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, died in a helicopter accident. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Vanessa Bryant called out Nike after she said an Instagram user posted a photo of an unreleased shoe she designed to honor her late daughter, Gianna, and her late husband, Kobe Bryant.  In a lengthy statement posted on her Instagram, Vanessa said the shoes "were not approved" for sale and she hoped Nike hadn't sold them.  "I wanted it to be sold to honor my daughter will all of the proceeds benefitting our @mambamambacitasports foundation, but I did not re-sign the Nike contract and decided not to sell the shoes," Vanessa wrote in her post on Wednesday evening, also tagging Nike. Vanessa did not indicate who apparently obtained a pair of the shoes.  Kobe, a five-time NBA championship-winning basketball player with the Los...
    More On: las vegas Police trying to ID young boy found dead in Nevada on mountain trail Kiss California goodbye: Gene Simmons drops $8.2M on new Las Vegas pad NYC EMT says he was attacked for being Jewish while in Las Vegas Jiggle and a jab? Famed strip club becomes ‘pop-up’ spot for COVID vaccine If only their brains were as big as their wallets! Self-indulgent high rollers are advertising their sky-high bar and restaurant receipts from Las Vegas on social media — but the flush fools are dropping hundreds of dollars on water and mid-shelf liquor, prompting critics to roll their eyes and proclaim, “Eat the rich!” “My buddies [sic]  tab after a day party at Encore Beach Club,” one user, who goes by the handle @Investor_NICK_ , posted along with a receipt for $8,612. The tab included $312 for water, $75 for chicken fingers and a $825 bottle of Tito’s vodka, which has a retail value of about $30. Responding to the social media brag, another Sin City showoff posted a $189,375 receipt from the Tryst nightclub...
    A woman has been left stunned after she discovered that her boyfriend's mother had posted a list of rules about dating her son. Tiktok user Emma, 18, whose username is hotgirlsareswifties, from Louisiana, shared a snap of the ten demands the woman had posted on her Instagram account. Rules included not using her son as a bank machine or turning up to the house 'looking like a stripper'.  If any rules are broken, the protective mother said she knew how to make her son's girlfriend 'go away'.         A woman has been left stunned after she discovered that her boyfriend's mother had posted a list of rules about dating her son 'He's a "mama's boy". Unless you have a ring on your finger, your opinion does not matter', read one rule. Another stated: 'He is a gentleman. I taught him that. You better act like a lady and deserve that.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Wendy's reveals its UK menu as chain prepares to open... No love lost here! Women share VERY scathing letters...
    This advice hub is not long for the web, but its best posts will live on.  After nearly 16 years serving as a repository for the myriad questions from anyone and everyone with an internet connection, Yahoo Answers is throwing in the towel. The Verizon-owned media outlet has announced it will stop accepting new submissions beginning April 20 and will begin redirecting to the Yahoo homepage starting May 4.  With the end now nigh for the legendarily ridiculous website devoted to society’s most bizarre, inane and periodically insightful queries, internet denizens have come out in force to mourn the relic by sharing the most insane one-liners posted on it over the years.  “How can I tell if my neighbors are raptors?” asks a question posed on the forum — “1 decade ago,” according to one Twitter user’s screenshot, which was mournfully posted in the wake of the news.  “Are Pokemon real i want to know? ?” wondered ano ther poster, who claimed to have once encountered the character Bulbasaur but clarified that “it might have been lettuce.”  “How do...
    The mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia sparked an angry backlash online after posting a graphic, sexually charged poem comparing the college town to a rapist that was initially removed by Facebook due to its explicit content. Nikuyah Walker, a former city council member who was elected as Charlottesville’s first ever black mayor in November 2017, posted what she called a ‘short poem’ to her social media account. Walker, who started her public career as a parks and recreation aide, swept into power by riding a wave of anger in response to the August 2017 white nationalist rally that left one counter protester dead and dozens injured. She had gained a reputation as an advocate for racial and social justice, which catapulted her to the mayoralty after city council members voted to install her in the top job following the events of August 2017. ‘Charlottesville: The beautiful-ugly it is,” it reads. Charlottesville, Virginia Mayor Nikuyah Walker (pictured above in this undated file photo) caused a stir online when she posted a 'poem' in which she compared her city to a rapist...
    It will soon be a year since the confinement of the Spanish population began, and now it is possible to remember what you were writing in Twitter when the State of alarm because of COVID-19. Thus, some users have had the idea of ​​checking what they were tweeting in the previous days. Globally, the majority of the population had not experienced a similar situation due to illness. Nevertheless, on Twitter it has been possible to see what was happening in each part of the world reflected in a quite interesting and instantaneous way. How can I find my tweets in a specific period? You can use operators in Googleto do an exact search for the tweet you want. But it is easier: You can use the Twitter search engine because it offers several special commands that refine searches in said social network. For example, if you want to search for 20MINUTES tweets from March 13 to May 11, 2020, you would only have to enter the Twitter search engine and type this command: ‘from: 20m since: 2020-03-13 until: 2020-05-11 ‘....
    Another TikTok user got themselves in a sticky situation – and some viewers are saying it’s a shameless stunt for viral fame.  Avani Reyes, 20, said she went to the hospital after putting Gorilla Glue in her hair "accidentally" in a video she posted to TikTok. It’s the latest beauty mishap with the heavy-duty adhesive to go viral. Avani Reyes, 20, told TikTok viewers she "accidentally" got Gorilla Glue stuck in her hair.  (Tik Tok) "I don’t know what to do. This was an accident. I didn’t mean to put Gorilla Glue in my hair," Reyes posted in a clip to the social media platform, adding that the glue was burning her scalp and wasn’t coming off when she tried to remove it. Reyes posted a video of herself trying to comb through her pink hair. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS Reyes' beauty blunder comes a week after Louisana woman Tessica Brown – now publically known as "Gorilla Glue girl" -- went viral for being unable to get the Gorilla Glue she used to style her hair out after...
    LIL Uzi Vert has hit headlines this week after getting a pink diamond implanted on his forehead. But the rapper has also been subject to rumors claiming him to be dead. 2It was claimed rapper Lil Uzi Vert was shotCredit: Getty Images Was Lil Uzi Vert shot? In short, no, Lil Uzi Vert was not shot. In 2018 rumors began to swirl that the rapper had died at the age of 24. It came after Twitter user @sunsonc wrote Lil Uzi Vert was dead "following recent reports of a shootout" in September 2018. But no sources were listed and the claim was false. Where did death rumors come from? More recently, another death rumor suggested the American rapper, whose real name is Symere Bysil Woods, had died of a drug overdose. It circulated after a TikTok user posted a fake headline "Lil Uzi Vert Found Dead" on December 27, with the subhead "26 year old rapper has reportedly overdosed in a LA hotel". Tiktok user @demigodgelo, who has more than 44,000 followers, shared the fake headline with a generic picture...
    A Colorado-based dating app called MeetMindful has revealed it has been hacked and personal details of its users have been posted online.  The app, founded in Denver in 2014, warns its members that first names, emails and birthdays, as well as their 'body descriptions and dating preferences', had been leaked by a 'well-known hacker. No financial information, personal photos, private messages, last names or full addresses were taken, the app's owners said in a statement.  The 1.2GB file of user's information, which also reportedly included marital status and location of users, were posted on a hacker's forum on January 20 by a user named ShinyHunters. ZDNet reports that 2.28million users' details were leaked in the hack, although the figure has not been confirmed by MeetMindful.  Meanwhile, DatingScout finds that the app only had around 300,000 active users, mostly based in the US, while some previous users had complained that their base is 'tiny'.    Little-known dating app MeetMindful alerted users that their details had been hacked, but only basic information was leaked, including first name and emails The app apologised to users and said...
    A SUSPECT in a fatal stabbing and mystery hazmat crime in New York City posted artwork of women being groped and hit with a hammer.  Jamie Walker, 30, was arrested on Thursday after police found his father stabbed to death and three relatives unconscious at an apartment in Queens, New York. 6Jamie Walker was arrested after police found his father stabbed to deathCredit: Facebook 6Instagram user @jaimiewalker90 posted a drawing seemingly depicting a woman being gropedCredit: Instagram Police responded to a morning 911 call of an “emotionally disturbed person” and found Walker acting “very incoherently” and making “statements that he had injured somebody inside of the apartment,” said Assistant Chief Joseph Kenny of the NYPD’s Detective Bureau. Law enforcement officials did not release many details about Walker following his arrest, but an Instagram account for “Jaimie Walker” contains artwork of women being grouped and smashed with a hammer.  The account @jaimiewalker90 has a profile description that reads: “I'm a Future gamedev and I'm Learning how to draw so I can make my own concept art for future games.” One drawing posted by...
    It’s generally considered a bad idea to eat raw cookie dough, due to certain ingredients that may contain dangerous pathogens if consumed raw. While "edible" raw cookie dough can be found on supermarket shelves, it usually replaces these ingredients and isn’t meant to be baked. Bucking convention, however, one TikTokker decided to see what would happen if those chunks of dough-like matter were separated from the ice cream, mashed together and then baked. @gabesco This is what i do while procrastinating my homework ##food##cookies##icecream##benandjerrys##yum##baking##HappyHolidays##christmascookies MY INSTA - @gabesco ♬ Up Beat (Married Life) - Kenyi TACO BELL BRINGING BACK NACHO FRIES ON CHRISTMAS EVE, FOR  (YET ANOTHER) LIMITED TIME It turns out, it still turns into a cookie. User Gabesco recently posted footage of his experiment on TikTok, writing that he wanted to see what would happen if tried something he was "always curious about." To start, he takes a pint of Ben and Jerry’s Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream and briefly microwaves it to soften it up. FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS After separating the dough...
    Instagram Charlie Blythe TikTok user Charlie Blythe went viral on the social platform overnight after posting a video sharing her parents’ “actual rich person behavior” but soon had to ask fellow users to respect her privacy as she said some personal information about herself had begun to circulate. In the original video, which was posted on Thursday, December 3 and has now been viewed over 3.7 million times, Blythe answered the question, “what’s the most insane actual rich person behavior that you’ve experienced?” Blythe, who goes by pronouns she/they, shared her experience growing up with rich parents: My house was so big I had to tell my dad dinner was ready by using the phone intercom system, and all of those dinners were three-course meals prepared by a private chef. We had at least, like, seven employees in the house at all times, including security guards, and my mom always was terrified that there would be an inside job and I’d be kidnapped. The video is available here: @iamcharlieblythe #stitch with @missbeifong oh how i miss living in...
    Jack Black posted a TikTok video of himself performing the “WAP” dance challenge on Sunday—and fans were not prepared for the spectacle. Hide The School of Rock star donned a red Speedo (and nothing else) to perform the dance choreographed by Brian Esperon, captioning his video “Challenge accepted.” The actor karate-chopped, high kicked, and twerked to Cardi B’s summer hit “WAP.” Hide @jackblack Challenge accepted ♬ WAP(feat. Megan Thee Stallion) – Cardi B Hide Performing the “WAP” challenge often results in virtual applause and TikTok fame, and this case was no exception. The video has garnered over 23 million views, and fans are rolling with laughter in the comments.  Multiple users commented that Black saved 2020 while others jokingly deplored that he posted his dance during “No Nut November.” One user commented “Best wap so far,” and another said, “Jack Black about to break TikTok.”  Referencing Black’s role as Po in the animated family film Kung Fu Panda, a user commented “Kung Fu Panda looks real different here.” On Twitter, a user posted an illustration of Po in a red Speedo...
    middelveld/Getty Images After a mom appeared to ask a photo-editing group to crop her stepson out of a picture, parents across the internet started posting photos of their own blended families.  A mother posted a family picture online, requesting that her stepson be cropped out. In response, families posted pictures of their blended families, focusing on how important all their kids are.  This week, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris referred to her stepchildren simply as her kids. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The request went viral after a Twitter user called WadeCross posted a screenshot of the mom's request. The woman posted in a photoshopping group, writing "Hello! Can anyone remove the center kid?" She added that she had permission from the photographer for the photo to be altered. "The lump in my throat after seeing this will never go away :(," WadeCross wrote. "This kid could live with me and be in every photo I'll take for the rest of my life." Another Twitter user responded with a screenshot of a similar request. In that post,...
    Getty Kendall Jenner celebrated her 25th birthday on Tuesday, November 3 – which also happened to be Election Day. Many stars and celebrities wished the model a happy birthday, including her sister Kylie Jenner. While her other friends and family members posted a cute photo or video wishing Kendall Jenner a happy birthday, Kylie Jenner did that while also promoting a Kylie Cosmetics restock. View this post on Instagram happy birthday sister ???? the Kendall Collection restocks tomorrow at 9am pst for the LAST TIME including signed PR kits! only on KylieCosmetics.com ✨ A post shared by Kylie ???? (@kyliejenner) on Nov 3, 2020 at 8:12pm PST Kylie Jenner posted a series of four photos that included two of herself and her sister as well as two of the makeup collab. “happy birthday sister,” Kylie Jenner captioned the photos. “the Kendall Collection restocks tomorrow at 9am pst for the LAST TIME including signed PR kits! only on KylieCosmetics.com.” The 23-year-old posted the collection again on Wednesday, November 4. Kylie Jenner wrote in the caption, “the kendall...
    A video that went viral over the weekend shows a white woman arguing with a Starbucks barista who asks the woman to wear a mask. The woman is then heard screaming “Fuck Black Lives Matter” at the barista, who is Black.  Hide Alex Beckom, a Starbucks barista in San Diego, California, posted the minute-long video on TikTok and Facebook on Sunday.  Hide Hide According to the description of the video, Beckom asked the customer to keep her mask on, which she initially did. She then took it off, which is when the video begins.  “I’m not gonna listen to anything you say to me when you talk to me like that,” the woman says to Beckom, who is wearing a mask behind the counter and handing the customer her drink.  “And I know you’re discriminating against me because I’m a Trump supporter.” “Sure,” says Beckom. The customer responds, “Fuck Black Lives Matter.” Beckom nods and thanks the woman, who then asks for a straw and sugar.  Hide According to the transcript of the video posted as text, Beckom again tells...
    Will dumb TikTok trends never end? First came the flammable penny fad and the “skull-breaker” challenge, then there was the deadly Benadryl challenge — and now there’s the “Gen Z” tattoo trend. Thousands of TikTok teens inked themselves with a design they thought proclaimed their generation, only to be told the design originated with the Nazis. In a video that has now been made private, but obtained by The Sun, a user called “smoothavocado” told her followers “everyone in Generation Z — born between 1997 and 2012 — should get a matching tattoo. She posted a picture of what she wanted it to look like — not knowing that it had a horrible historic meaning.” “What if, now hear me out … we all got a matching tattoo, not only a symbol of unity in our generation but also as a sign of rebellion,” the young woman said in the video, according to the paper. She later posted a second video that noted: “Yeah maybe don’t … let’s find a different symbol.” After social media was flooded with pictures of people proudly...
    No wonder Khloe Kardashian didn’t look like herself in a glamorous Instagram shot posted in May — she purposefully digitally altered it herself beyond recognition. Eagle eyed “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” fans called out Khloe this week after a clip from the show exposed her actual look the day she posted the pic that had people worried if she’d undergone major reconstructive surgery like the rest of her family. Apps like Facetune are used by many celebrities to digitally photoshop their appearance. Twitter user @dcagiunta posted pics of Khloe — before and after digital alteration on the same day — noting “Khloe…girl..” While TikTok user Ray James Harrison did a shtick to audio of Kim Kardashian calling her sister and asking if she got plastic surgery in front of a background of the Twitter comparison. “Who is khloe kardashian trying to fool?” one fan tweeted at the time of Khloe’s original posting, while another added, “Idk if Khloe Kardashian used a surgeon or an app for this new face but either way I want in.”
    It’s a quack way to get around. As heavy rains caused floods across southeast Texas on Sunday amid Tropical Storm Hanna, video showed some locals making the most of the wild weather — by tying rope to a giant inflatable duck, hitching it to their truck and chauffeuring kids through the neighborhood. In the clip posted to Twitter by user @wizardofozma, a red pickup casually makes its way down a flooded residential street in Edinburg as three girls ride lazily along in the giant yellow duck-turned-boat. “Only in the Valley! Poor man’s Venice,” the video caption says. Meanwhile, in McAllen, Texas an impassable “canal” formed along at least one residential street, according to video posted by Twitter user @hashtagwarfreek. Twitter Hanna made landfall as a hurricane on Saturday, before being downgraded to a tropical storm. Parts of South Texas got at least 9 inches of rain. With Post wires
    Social media sleuths believe they have cracked the case over the rumored romance between tennis stars Stan Wawrinka and Garbiñe Muguruza. In June, Switzerland’s Wawrinka posted a photo of himself on the court with the Venezuelan-born athlete, captioning the Instagram shot, “Hot and humid with Mugu.” Though both have shared solo shots since that initial image, Muguruza’s post on Sunday sent Twitter into overdrive. “Little moments like this
    Twitter Wayfair Early on July 10, a new conspiracy theory began trending on social media concerning American furniture retailer Wayfair. The conspiracy theory states that Wayfair was being used for child trafficking through some of its vendors, who appeared to be selling high-priced items with strange names, specifically storage cabinets. To be clear, there is no evidence to support the conspiracy theory and Wayfair has firmly rejected the claims. Wayfair told Heavy in an emailed statement: “There is, of course, no truth to these claims. The products in question are industrial grade cabinets that are accurately priced.” The company explained why the items in question had been removed from the site: Recognizing that the photos and descriptions provided by the supplier did not adequately explain the high price point, we have temporarily removed the products from site to rename them and to provide a more in-depth description and photos that accurately depict the product to clarify the price point.The Conspiracy Theory Originated on a Reddit Conspiracy Thread & Others Shared the Theory on TwitterThe conspiracy theory seems...
    AN online conspiracy theory speculates that Jeffrey Epstein's pal Ghislaine Maxwell may have owned powerful Reddit handle that "posted about legalizing child porn." YouTuber Joe Leonard tweeted about the unproven theory that an account named “u/maxwellhill” was run by Maxwell. 5 Ghislaine Maxwell was friends with Jeffrey EpsteinCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5 Joe Leonard posted the theory on Twitter He wrote: "Ghislane Maxwell was the first person on reddit to hit 1 million karma LMAO! She's the #8 karma to this day. Her posts to /r/worldnews constituted roughly 30% of the posts there. "This connection was made after she was arrested and that account stopped posting there after 14 years." Karma points document the level of interactions between reddit accounts. Twitter users have noticed the "u/maxwellhill" account has fallen silent since Mawell's incarceration on July 2. Leonard also tied the username to someone who published a thread titled "Falkvinge: Three strong reasons child porn must be re-legalized in the coming decade." The user also replied to a detailed baby rape passage stating initially "Holy c**p - fudgeman - whatever it...
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