One of the most common reasons a baby wakes up in the night is because the pacifier has fallen out, and dear baby would so like a replacement.
The feathers are flying in the White House, and on the front of the New York Daily News.
The publisher has revealed quite the cover, depicting President Donald Trump and former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon as chickens engaged in a “cuck fight.”
The cover is something to behold, fronting a feature unpacking Trump’s claim that Bannon “lost his mind” for calling Donald Trump Jr.’s Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer “treasonous.”
If you’re not across it, a “cuck” is a dismissive term used by the so-called alt-right to belittle men associated with liberal politics as weak and effeminate. (It’s literal shorthand for a man being sexually cuckolded by a woman.) Read more…
Being part of customer service will develop your internal screaming skills. Unless you work at this bagel shop! Natasha earns a living at the drive-thru at Einstein Bros. Bagels on Wickham Road in Melbourne, Florida, and her customers are so awesome, anyone would spend the afternoon with them. In a park. Playing fetch.
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Pete Souza is back with more Instaburns for Donald Trump, after the latest scary-beyond-all-reason tweet from the president.
The former Chief Official White House Photographer during the Obama Administration, Souza has posted two images on Instagram in response to President Trump’s boast on Twitter that his “nuclear button” was bigger than the one apparently on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s desk.
North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un just stated that the “Nuclear Button is on his desk at all times.” Will someone from his depleted and food starved regime please inform him that I too have a Nuclear Button, but it is a much bigger & more powerful one than his, and my Button works!
Photographer Seph Lawless traveled the world to capture images of childhood paradises lost.
Losing weight is as difficult mentally, as it’s demanding physically. To make shedding pounds easier, 32-year-old Chinese photographer Jesse has decided to take up the task together with his family. They supported each other during the 6-month transformation so well, the before-and-after photos look unbelievable.
Convicted Australian drug smuggler Schapelle Corby spent 13 years in Bali after being found guilty of bringing, oh, 4.2 kilograms of marijuana into Indonesia.
And now, she’s dropped a dance single.
The 40-year-old Queensland local posted the joke song, dubbed “Palm Trees,” on Instagram on Monday. She’s teamed up with music producer Nat Zeleny for the track, on which Corby provides chorus vocals.
The video currently has 58.5K views, for some reason. Unsurprisingly not available on Spotify, iTunes or Apple Music, “Palm Trees” is the dumb summer track you wish you’d never heard. Read more…
You think your girlfriend, best friend or daughter is the most beautiful girl in the world? Well, think again, because this six-year-old is taking the cake. Tiny Russian girl Anastasia … Read more
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President Donald Trump is often accused of living in his own personal fantasy world where white supremacists are “very fine people” and New Jersey muslims celebrated the 9/11 attack. So it is perhaps fitting that his New Year’s Eve celebration at Mar-a-Largo has, according to The Washington Post, a “modern fantasy garden” theme.
And while we’re excited to see what mythical bullshit takes root in such a gathering of sycophants and enablers, we also can’t help but note that Team Trump passed up a wonderful opportunity to explore other themes perhaps more germane to the 45th presidency of these great United States. Read more…
Human Twitter accounts serve their purpose, but I prefer tweets from bots.
Research suggests there are now some 30 million tweeting bots — though this might be a low estimate. Some of these bots provide weather updates, make stock recommendations, or attempt to subvert democracy.
I, however, like bots that aren’t necessarily so useful nor ambitious. I look forward to their musings because their primary directive is to produce creative or absurd content — and I’m not alone.
“I like anything that’s going to inject a little strangeness, beyond the normal strangeness that we have every day now,” Charles Bergquist, the creator of my favorite twitter bot, NewFound Planets, told Mashable. Bergquist is also the director of the public radio program Science Friday. Read more…
It’s bitterly cold across parts of the U.S. and Canada right now, and the freezing temps aren’t going away anytime soon.
The bright side? Pretty pictures. In Chicago, people captured stunning images of their frozen city. And the images hitting Instagram from Niagara Falls have been beautiful.
I mean, look at these photos, which went viral after journalist Muhammad Lila posted them on Twitter:
Politics might’ve been mad as ever in 2017, so perhaps there’s something oddly normal about a country’s leader getting what is a rather boring fine.
Australia’s Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull was issued a A$250 ticket (US$193) on Friday for not wearing a lifejacket when he was moving his dinghy near his Sydney home earlier this week.
The fine was confirmed by the New South Wales maritime authority, who are on the lookout for boaters who are breaking the law — seemingly no matter how distinguished they may be.
The executive director for NSW Maritime, Angus Mitchell, said it was “a timely reminder during the holiday season to always wear a lifejacket.” Photos of the prime minister sans lifejacket were published in The Australian, which noted the law that had been broken. Read more…
After our previous trips around Europe and to the Caucasus, we decided to try something else, so we traveled to Mongolia, on a four-month, 26.000kms trip in our sidecar motorcycle, through 12 countries.
If you’ve ever built an epic Hot Wheels track through your house, much to the dismay of your perpetually tripped parents, this will be right up your alley.
YouTube channel 5MadMovieMakers released a video detailing a colossal Hot Wheels track that careens over two stories.
This is a serious amount of track. One car zooms from a second-story window into a highly complex set-up, all the way to a perfect stop. It’s as satisfying as watching the final scene in Happy Gilmore, which you may well have been watching the last time you set one of these up.
WIRED Photo featured some amazing places and people this year. These were the best of the best.
While driving alone you can sing so loud, your car’s windows start cracking, taking road trips with a travel buddy has its benefits as well. You can use them as slaves for helping with navigation or opening bottles of water. When redditor MrMagoo21 takes a trip with his wife, however, she’s the only one having fun. To illustrate his wife’s egoistic approach towards traveling, he has compiled a hilarious gallery of all their adventures en route.
Yep, even celebrities have to go through travel nightmares.
Chrissy Teigen experienced the pain on Tuesday, when the ANA 175 flight which departed Los Angeles for Tokyo was turned back after an “unauthorized person” was found on board, according to KTLA.
LAX airport police told the news outlet that it wasn’t a security issue, but passengers would be interviewed when they arrived back to Los Angeles.
At weddings, rings are given as a symbol (or reflection) of a couple’s love and commitment. But in photographer Peter Adams-Shawn’s series, the couples are the ones in the reflection. … Read more
Yeah we get it. Women are from Venus, men from Mars. Complex psychological differences blah blah. We have been over it a million times before and there’s nothing new out there that can possibly surprise us, right?