While NFL-themed weddings aren’t exactly new, we can’t imagine they’re a common sight in West Sussex, England, where one Miami Dolphins superfan just got married. You know you have found the one when she buys you a @MiamiDolphins helmet to wear at your wedding so you match your cake topper. “You know
Kaleb and Kameron Pierce got married this weekend, only one day after his perfect wakesurfing proposal. There was nothing new about Kaleb Pierce inviting his girlfriend, Kameron Wike, to go wakesurfing on Friday.
The family used their car to ask for a kidney for their son. Twitter is often where you see the worst of human nature — bullying, trolling, hate speech, you name it. Every once in a while, though, Twitter displays the best of human nature too.
CR Fashion Book is being criticized for reposting this photo of a model’s thin legs. In its short history, Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book has made a point of casting plus-size model Candice Huffine in high fashion shoots and likes to highlight models with imperfections on its cover.
After a fiancé cheated on his future bride, a bridesmaid tweeted about the unfolding drama, and her tweets went viral. Twitter user @starlightgeek (who prefers the pronoun they) began their story on Saturday, June 17, the day of the scheduled wedding, which was called off after the bride-to-be caught
A new study may have stumbled upon a surprising method to increasing marital satisfaction: Look at cute puppy photos.
Kierstynn Foster Rozema had her wedding photos taken at the children’s hospital where she was treated as a teenager. Exhibit A: Kierstynn Foster Rozema, who spent her late teens fighting leukemia, and just returned to the hospital that treated her for a beautiful wedding photo session. “It’s one of
This groom posed for a hilariously sexy photo shoot for his bride-to-be. In the spirit of equal opportunity sexual objectification, dudeoir photo shoots have been around for a few years now. “One of the foundations for my relationship with my fiancee (now wife) is I’m a jokester, and I just make jokes
For graduation, a teen’s grandmother gave her a journal she’d been keeping about her for 18 years. A little cash, a gift card, maybe an inspirational book — those seem like reasonable high school graduation gifts to expect from grandparents. “My grandma’s graduation gift was priceless,” Maddie wrote
If you’re going to dare insult a curvy model for her body, be prepared the clap back — and beautiful clap back at that. When someone called model and Instagram star Diana Veras “fat” on Twitter earlier this week, she didn’t just block the troll; she took action.
After suffering the effects of Lyme disease for six years, Yolanda Hadid is finally feeling healthy again. The model and Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alumna (not to mention mom to Gigi, Bella, and Anwar) posted a hopeful declaration to Instagram on Wednesday that should give hope to others with the
Just in time for road trip season, the social media stars of the winter have a fashion statement for you. The Alt National Park Service, those rogue park rangers of the anti-Trump resistance, asked on Facebook last weekend if anybody wanted them to make a T-shirt. The post itself is blowing up, with
Every summer, it seems, there is at least one horrifying story that drives parents’ anxiety through the roof, making them reconsider letting their little ones out of the house at all. This week’s sudden death of 4-year-old Francisco Delgado III is one of those stories. According to his parents, Frankie
So much about James Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee about his communications with President Trump seem like completely uncharted territory in politics. But as the former FBI director revealed more details of what happened before he was fired last month, some came up with
In The Putin Interviews, Oliver Stone’s four-part series airing on Showtime this month, Russian President Vladimir Putin will likely make a lot of bold statements that we can’t exactly verify. For example, President Donald Trump used an allusion to menstrual cycles in order to deride Megyn Kelly after
Blogger Jasmine Turner gives a personal account of her celibacy. One blogger decided to choose a different path, celibacy, and she makes it sound like a pretty good (if difficult) option. “This summer will mark five years since I have had sex,” Jasmine Turner wrote on her blog, Dreams of Jasmine.
Megyn Kelly’s choice of dress for a meeting on Thursday with two world leaders is stirring up discussion, like some of her previous dress decisions did.
Not that you actually need an excuse to eat a fresh, juicy mango, but here’s a pretty good one: Studies show that this delicious, sticky, sweet superfood has anti-inflammatory benefits that improve metabolism and guard against metabolic disease. In addition to being high in vitamin C, vitamin A, and
When University of Maryland researchers tested methylene blue on a 3D simulated model of skin, they found that it could actually make the skin look younger.
Demetria Obilor, a local traffic anchor in Las Vegas, shared the kind of racist comments she gets for her natural hair. “Here’s one of the racist, hateful emails I’ve received for rocking my natural hair on TV,” she wrote, sharing a screen shot of the letter in which a person presumes her hair is unclean
Following last month’s shocking photo in which she dared to wear a pair of pants, Jinger Duggar Vuolo is making another fashion statement on Instagram. Jeremy Vuolo, her husband of six months, posted the photo of the Counting On star sitting on a park bench, wearing a short-sleeve purple floral dress
The Instagram post teaches viewers a thing or two about body positivity and what she thinks about anyone's rules of feminism.
A boy with autism who loves bacon got his favorite food at a family wedding. The matter is even more delicate for parents of children on the autism spectrum, as well as adults on the spectrum themselves. “Our wedding RSVP included: 1- beef entree, 2- chicken entrees, 1- bacon entree,” wrote Jo-Ann
A middle school in Georgia has illustrated how they can also be hurtful, after awarding “Most Likely to ‘Not Pay Attention’” to an eighth-grade girl who has been diagnosed with ADHD. “I feel like it was very derogatory, I feel like it was humiliating, and this was held as an assembly with the school