• This Is What Doing 6 Months of CrossFit Looks Like - and It's Not What You'd Think

    You see, when I started my CrossFit journey to getting completely ripped, I was convinced that after six months, I'd have amazing transformation photos to share. Some of the women even said they wished their muscles were bigger, and now they just care about what their bodies can do, and what their goals are like to squat more weight, or do higher box jumps.

  • Ellen Caught A Guest Stealing And Promptly Roasted Her

    Last week, Ellen DeGeneres decided to give audience members some items from her talk show’s gift shop to celebrate the premiere of Season 14.

  • Days of the Week Underwear 'Horror' Story Goes Viral

    Jessica Vincent opened her days of the week underwear box set and was ‘horrified’ by what she discovered. In a Facebook post that’s gone viral, Melbourne resident Jessica Vincent wrote that she is a longtime-admirer of Peter Alexander, an Australian fashion designer well known for his signature label of undies and sleepwear. “Dear Peter Alexander, it is with regret that I inform you I must make a complaint,” Vincent wrote in her Facebook post.” After years of being a student, Vincent had never been able to afford the coveted items from Peter Alexander.

  • Record-Breaking Canadian Sniper Kills ISIS Fighter With Two-Mile Shot

    The bullet traveled 3,450 meters-over two miles-and took less than 10 seconds to reach its target: a fighter for the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) in Iraq. A member of Canada’s Joint Task Force 2-part of the U.S.-led coalition that is taking the fight to ISIS in Iraq-made the kill during an operation that took place within the last month in Iraq, sources told The Globe and Mail. The sniper used a McMillan TAC-50 sniper rifle-the standard long-range sniper of the Canadian military-and fired the shot from a high-rise building in an undisclosed location.

  • Meet the Man Who Daily-Drives a 725,000-Mile 1976 Porsche 911 Turbo

    Porsche is past building its one millionth 911, and that's kind of a big deal. With demand for 911s being higher than ever, it seems that no matter how much demand there is for SUVs, four-doors and mid-engined models, Stuttgart's iconic rear-engined sports car is here to stay. Part of that success lies in Porsche's quality standards. 911s don't break too often, and when they finally do, it usually doesn't take a rocket scientist to fix them. That's why 70-percent of all 911s ever built are still on the road, and that's why you can find unicorns like this 930 with more than 725,000 miles on the clock. Bill MacEachern has a carpet business in Canada that involves quite a few house calls. He is

  • Remembering the stars we've lost in 2017

    2017 has already seen us say farewell to a number of famous faces from the world of entertainment. Here, we remember those icons of TV, film, music and beyond, along with the words of their friends, colleagues and loved ones. From Digital Spy

  • World’s biggest cruise ship will be nearly half a mile long

    Royal Caribbean is building the world’s biggest cruise ship- again. On its 18 April launch next year, the 18-deck Symphony of the Seas will steal the crown from Harmony of the Seas, which became the world’s biggest ship in 2016. With 28 extra staterooms and around 3,000 more tons of weight than its record-holding predecessor, the Symphony will join 25 other ships as part of Royal Caribbean’s portfolio. The supersize cruiser-divided into seven distinct neighborhoods-will include a robotic bartender, a 10-story-high waterslide, an ice-skating rink and a rock-climbing wall to provide an eclectic mix of entertainment for the ship’s 5,494 expected guests. In November 2018, Symphony of the Seas will