Someone on AskReddit asked for people to share their most effective psychological tricks. The brain is a curious device, and it's remarkable just how easy it can be to press its buttons in your favor, with the right words/actions. Apparently an effective way to befriend people is to ask them for a favor. How about that!
This isn't the first time there's been an amazing thread about why babies suck, but it is the first we've seen that's biting politicalsatire. Twitter user @ARTSHL3Y brought the heat with this thread that argues babies are shitty allies. It's hilarious because in this climate we can totally see someone arguing this seriously. Fortunately this tirade is tongue-in-cheek, and surprisinglyfunnyfor something written by a 17 year old.
This couple might've benefited a whole lot from thinking a bit more on whether or not it was really appropriate to ask the husband's sister about having a kid, after she'd already been vocal about having no interesting in having a kid. Yikes all around. The people of Reddit are offering their hot takes on whether or not they were in the wrong, and it sounds like this couple definitely messed up.
The internet has a long history of destroying the things we hold dear and the latest in this long line is Sesame Street.
The show has been being used to create various dank and dark memes for a while now, but recently it earned itself its own subreddit. Since, the increase in the number of memes from the show has been exponential, although it hasn't hit the same popularity of other themed subreddits yet.
Twitter user and journalist, Kate Gray, shared an aww-dorable post with the world -- paw prints. Paw prints forever immortalized on her apartment.
And not just any paw prints, adorable little jellybean-ed cat paws!
And as we all know, no sensible human can resist the cuteness of a cats' paw. And neither could these very sensible Twitter users who commented on the post:
What about your apartment/house? Any adorable paw prints? Share them with us in the comments!
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!