The holidays ain't over yet! Today may be Christmas, but it's also the 4th night of Hannukah and we're celebrating the only way we know how -- with a tweet dump!
And jelly donuts. Lots and lots of jelly donuts.
Happy Holidays, everyone!
A classic returns to the make the internet rounds once again!
Many of you might recall 27bslash6.com, a site where a man shares screenshots of conversations where he is essentially the greatest troll. And the people he's trolling tend to get really heated and upset... which makes it even more fun to read.
Here is an email classic that we noticed going viral again and decided to share it with you:
Dad memes just might be our favorite memes.
I mean, what's not there to love? They are so.... accurate.
We're currently sending our dads this entire list because we couldn't decide on just one to send!
If you're itching for even more relatable dad memes -- @classicdadmoves is the place for you!
Put on your top hats and your finest bib, as Imgur user acetech09 talks us through this exquisite guide.
Here's a question we've all asked ourselves but never dared muttered out loud, "which fine whiskey goes well with which pop-tart?"
Luckily, we needed wonder no more as our questions have finally been answered.
There's something awfully cool about taking a train, isn't there? Feels old-timey, and filled with murder mysteries!
Just us then? Oh well.
To be honest, where we're from, train-taking isn't really all that common.. so it seems awfully exciting. At least we get to experience what it is like through this tweets!
And on that note -- we're kind of glad not to be riding these trains. Unless, of course, there is a murder mystery involved.
"What is the most embarrassing thing your parents have ever done in front of you?" is the question asked by Twitter user Nick Harvey.
Not surprisingly, there's a lot of embarrassing moments and stories out there to share with all of you.
Now it's our turn to ask you... what's the most embarrassing thing your parents have ever done in front of you? Share your answers with us in the comments below!
Here are 25 of our absolute favorite embarrassing moments we came across:
Jimmy Fallon ask this Twitter followers to share their favorite burn that you've either given or received, and tag it with #ThatWasCold.
Well, some Twitter users had some really great, and savage, burns to share and we've collected all the best ones for you.
For you have a #ThatWasCold burn of your own? Share it with us in the comments!
And it's the cutest.
Live from New York, it's 'Live from Snack Time'!
Cowit is sharing honest thoughts kids have and/or say. While most of the quotes are pretty darn insightful, for a kid, some are simply hilarious, others are strange, but ALL of them made us smile.
What do we want? Pockets! Where do we want them? On all our clothing!
Listen up, fashion designers, we don't care about what's in style or in season, we just want our pants to have pockets! That's all we want. And trust us when we say, we are not the only ones who feel this way.
Yoga. There are a lot of scientific benefits to yoga, it helps improve posture, your quality of sleep, flexibility, reduces inflammation, and helps with chronic pain etc., etc.. However, what we don't see to hear about trying to get into yoga...it's uncomfortable. Uncomfortable poses, yes, but also just filled with uncomfortable moments!
Ask any rational person, preferably not a yogi, and they will tell you the truth. Just like these tweets below.
And if you can't find one that suits you, A. you're either lying or B. you'll definitely find some for people you know.
We still think you're lying, though.
Whiskey River Soap Co. is different than all other soap companies out there. Why? Written on their website, the company "was founded more than fourteen million years ago in the outskirts of Ancient Rome by a ragtag group of freelance gladiators, stray dogs and out-of-work magicians. Apart, these charlatans were nothing but lazy ne'er do wells akin to a modern-day cable company, but when they encountered one another by chance at the dumpster behind the monster truck rodeo and picked up that legendary tube of half-used superglue, they formed a bond that would last throughout the ages, and even be featured on the History Channel as incontestable proof of alien life."
Name another soap company you know that has such a rich history!
Okay, maybe they weren't being 100% honest. However, and more importantly, they claim to "very much admire magicians, monster truck rodeos and superglue."
You had us at 'superglue'.
So starting over, Whiskey River Soap Co., they make wonderful scented soaps and candles, that hopefully also make you laugh. They have also recently introduced a new line of pocket journals. Now, they're "all about creating our own products locally because we're not just selling you a funny label wrapped around something mass-produced in China."
Way to go, Whiskey River Soap Co.! We love you guys already.
EP2: "Lets Talk About Marriage"
Formally; Marriage is recognized as a union of two people as partners in a personal relationship. They sign a legal document in which they are now bonded legally to be together...forever. But some might see this differently. Some might even say that it is a legally binding contract to keep the other from trying to escape... but what's the real deal with marriage and how do women actually feel about it? How did it because a thing that it's every women's and little girls' dream to get married and that marriage is basically the goal? We asked the girls from Bossy what their take is on the whole concept of marriage.
Missed the First Episode of Bossy? You can check it out here!
Bossy, the definition in Urban Dictionary: "a girl who is the alpha-female or the queen bee. She is gettin paid, stayin fly, and is the leader of her crew. Respected by all, loved by some". It's basically a word used to describe the ultimate cool.
So we decide to gather Bossy women from all over the world and ask them the same questions, 'cause who better than to tell it like it is without the BllSht than the Bosses themselves?
These are different women, from different cultures, all answering the same question.