There really is an online community for everyone. Even for people who like to collect pictures of guys who sort of look like Adam Sandler that already has over 220k members and is growing rapidly. We have collected some of their best findings.
Here's a page doing God's work. Facebook page #StopClickbait posts super clickbait-y articles and reveal the real information with each article. No more digging through an article and being incredibly disappointed with the results. Which is, well, always.
In their own words, "Journalism today is simply a matter of finding a viral YouTube video, embedding it onto your website, spamming ads around it, and then clickbaiting. All of mainstream media does this. Time, Forbes, Huffington Post, everyone. Original content creators deserve part of that ad revenue, but they get nothing. It's truly a shame that freebooting is so widely accepted."
We agree with Stop Clickbait and are doing what we can to break the cycle!
Serious Mom Shit is a popular Facebook page where one mother tells sh*t like it is, without the fluff.
In the hilarious bio, this serious mom writes, "I love the shit out of my little crotch goblins ... My kids are total assholes and I won't ever downplay that. The shit I write is real and I love being able to speak my mind without the judgement. We are all entitled to bad days and lazy days. Let this be your safe haven. We will all survive motherhood together, in Jesus name, Amen."
And just a few days ago, Serious Mom posted a super relatable story about sharing a toilet stall with 4 kids that went viral. Other moms commented below sharing some of their similar experiences and honestly, it's all hilarious.
This is Serious. Mom. Shit.
Sometimes, you come across something that makes you pause, this is one of those times. Apparently, there is a Facebook page called, "Toilets With Threatening Auras," and we've never been more intrigued, and terrified, at the same time. We've never really given much thought to an aura of a toilet before, but of course you'd want to feel safe when you're relieving yourself and at a vulnerable state. These images are truly the exact opposite of anything resembling comfortable...
These toilets below to omit a threatening aura.
We have all heard about some weird facebook pages but this one is truly weird yet funny at the same time. Meet "I hate coriander", the group of people who think there is legitimately nothing worse in this world than taking an unexpected hit of the Devil's 'Erb, no matter how big or small.
Being pregnant will leave you emotional and a tad bit irrational from time to time. However, when it's all over -- it's always funny to look back at and laugh at some of the absurd reasons that upset you in the first place! The post on the Facebook page Midnight Confessions: Sex And Relationship Advice asked women to share the 'silliest thing you ever cried over during pregnancy' and the ladies did not disappoint.
When it comes to cilantro or coriander, one thing is certain... it's disgusting. OK, that's just me and I'm really thrilled about discovering this new Facebook group dedicated to the awfulness that is cilantro. But 50% of the population does love it. It may be the only herb that has divided the entire population. Some love the taste, while others can't seem to taste anything but soap.
Tell us below if you're a fan of the herb or not!
Seriously? Pretty damn sure that everyone knows that is a big no-no. The poor bride was gutted, as the dress was to be a surprise (as most, if not all wedding dresses are) for her husband-to-be and her father. Unsure of how to go about the situation and wanted to make sure she wasn't just overreacting, she posted in an online forum Mumnet asking for advice. Over 600 commented on the thread, completely backing her right to be upset. And girl, we got your back, too! What this bridesmaid did was beyond uncool. To all future bridesmaids out there -- DON'T DO THIS.
This can't be real, right? This might be the rudest post we've come across with all these bridezilla stories that have been circling the web recently. According to Fox News, the bride wrote the since-deleted message on a mom's forum, seeking advice on if it would be considered "wrong to have someone else take [her Maid of Honor's] place." The post was screenshot and reposted to a wedding shaming group on Facebook where it went viral and received some strong feedback.