The $165 ticket promised fresh orchid crowns. In reality, guests were given a single flower to put in their hair and then give back after a photo.
Just a very normal comment from our very normal president.
People aren’t actually walking into oncoming traffic blindfolded.
You’re just stressed because you’re ill prepared.
Three friends spent four months in online therapy; now, they’re publishing their conversations.
Women spend up to $100 more than men each month, a new study from NYU found.
The model, Natasha Aponte, told each man that they were meeting for a drink. When the men arrived, they discovered the truth.
Kanye West apparently “loves” Jack Dorsey. Who knew!
The show that launched a thousand memes.
Uber’s got the D!
Amnesty International published an eight-chapter study this week detailing the struggles of being a woman on Twitter.
“My friends will ask me [on Instagram] ‘can you teach me how to dance?’ Every time we go play at recess I teach my friends moves.”
Twitter’s #HereWeAre ad felt tone-deaf given the platform’s ongoing harassment problems.
“We should change the names of AR-15s to ‘Marco Rubio’ because they are so easy to buy.”
Cameron Kasky said he’s “temporarily” stepping away from the platform after receiving graphic messages.
Instagram is reportedly testing the Snapchat-style feature.
The feminist hero we neither need nor deserve.
That feeling when you’re the only one in your family without a major life announcement.
Users say their reviews of dangerous establishments, meant to warn other potential guests, were deleted without explanation.
Bob Katter has more important things than same-sex marriage to worry about … like crocodiles killing people every three months.