As a way to show the consequences of nasty, anonymous comments made on the internet, Jimmy Kimmel invites celebrities to read mean tweets about themselves on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’ Justin Bieber, in particular, gets his comeuppance in a big way.
This week’s issue of Time magazine features a cover story on attachment parenting, a controversial form of child-rearing that involves breastfeeding to an older age, co-sleeping and wearing children in slings. It also features a cover image of a mother breastfeeding her three-year-old son that’s sure to raise a few eyebrows.
A young cancer patient has turned his battle with leukemia into a heartfelt, inspirational video. Published to YouTube over the weekend, this moving tribute to young people fighting cancer has gone already gone viral with more than 250,000 views.
If there’s one group of people ripe for pranking, it’s diehard ‘Hunger Games‘ fans. No one understands this better than comedian Justin Tyler as he trolls rabid fans lined up for the movie’s midnight premiere with questions that have intentionally wrong answers. Hilarity (and more than a little superfan frustration) ensues.
In this video, a baby sits on a ping-pong table and bats at balls with a killer forehand. If the remarkable accuracy he shows here is any indication, this kid is destined to be an Olympic table tennis star.
In New York City, a misspelling on a crosswalk outside a Manhattan high school has some people worrying about the future of education. According to the city, utility workers incorrectly spelled the word “school” on a crosswalk after performing a repair last summer.
During snowy weather, it’s apparently a tradition to sled down Queen Anne Hill in Seattle despite the dangers of oncoming traffic. During a report on this activity, Meg Coyle of King 5 News had the nerve to suggest that sledders wear helmets.
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