Twas the night before The Interview, and all through the house, the Internet was working, in the Korean South.
Johnny Skandros the founder of the gay social app Scruff offered a public apology that failed to address any of the security and privacy concerns Scruff users have been demanding.
Johnny Skandros, the founder of the gay social app Scruff, used Facebook to publicly shame a customer who did not reply to a dinner invitation.
Montreal students shotgunned beer through plastic horns, littered streets with beer cans, and vomited on just about everything in Montreal’s Plateau residential district during a frosh activity.
Thanks to ‘Weird Al’ you will never look at left overs, tin foil hats, or Lorde the same way ever again as his new album ‘Mandatory Fun’ gets ready to drop.
Two Florida women intent on robbing a family blind at the beach ended up asking the wrong person to help them do it. The owner.
It was only a matter of time until someone with the nerve to put a drone and and a GoPro to the ultimate test flew them both straight into the middle of a fireworks show.
With the propensity of the human desire to travel amok, this Ebola outbreak should not be considered just an “African problem.”
As one Facebook user wrote to Bespoke Post: Looks like you dudes are going to have to change your MO. Show first, email later. Good luck.
A new ad by the Always tampon company is turning the phrase “like a girl”on its head with a powerful and stunning new campaign.
There is now a cat video that everyone on the internet can enjoy – once you watch it, you’ll understand why.
Taking a selfie in front of a train got this young millennial a boot right up side the head by the baby boomer conductor, most likely, saving his life.
They thought they were applying for a Director of Operations Job, what they found out in the end brought some of these job applicants to tears – #worldstoughestjob
A 16-year-old in the UK has become the latest in a very short line of people to have captured what is known as a ‘black ring’ UFO on camera, that has left authorities and scientists scratching their heads. The story, picked up from The Daily Mirror raises more questions than answers about what caused this…
For a group of drivers caught speeding, their actions did not result in their friends and families getting “the call” from authorities, but it did end up in them being invited to their own funerals without knowing it.