Parenting isn't easy, but tweeting about it certainly helps...
The power of a clipboard, ladies and gents. The question on Quora, "Have you ever had a job where you did nothing for years and nobody found out?" brought out a story of a man named Bob, told by user Shayne Wyatt.
"first of all, KAREN" ... In case you didn't know, Lawrence Police is based in Kansas and their Twitter account is straight fire. If you're not following them, you're missing out.
Real friends are important, they lift and support you. You can feel the love these friends have for this user who was harassed by a so-called mutual "friend". The story was posted on Imgur by user CLOSEENOUGHDESIGNS.
Feel like reading stories of entitled brats today? Reddit user, u/martinkarolev asked the community, "What is the craziest encounter of 'rich kid syndrome' that you have experienced?' and the answers came flooding in. Here are the top 22 responses:
When Twitter user @balqis_sidiqia recently shared this cartoon of a mom doing everything on her own while dad doing nothing, it got a lot of attention. The clip is originally from a Japanese anime series – Crayon Shin-chan – written and illustrated by Yoshito Usui.
A reminder to not take the things you love for granted. This is a short Twitter thread about love that will put things in perspective. Twitter user shares his friend's story about how he messed up the best thing he ever had.
A Seattle Uber driver has the internet buzzing over a "ride type menu" he created for his passengers as a fun way to break the ice. Twitter user @LuisLovesGoats came across the creative driver and shared his experience with Twitter. The 38 years old driver, George Ure, printed his menu two weeks ago in an effort to make his customers more comfortable and to "make people laugh," he told Forbes. It's pretty obvious everyone agrees this man deserves 5 stars and a tip!
Traveling is always fun but why not make it perfect with these genius travelling tips that will make your life so much easier while away from home. Just remember that difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations....:)
You know the feeling, explaining your situation to one customer service rep only to be transferred to another and repeat the entire cycle until you die. Or feel like dying. Amazon user Andrew decided to share his experience on Imgur: