11 Weird Things That Should Have Never Become Popular in the First Place

Have you ever been in this situation? You’re super hungry for a certain something, and you decide to get the recipe online. There’s only one problem though – you have to get through the recipe’s background history first. Advertisement 2. Youtuber scandals And as the press breathlessly reports on every last detail, you can’t help but wonder whether the scandal is really a scandal or something manufactured by PR agents…

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Duke and duchess show off new son

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe Duke and Duchess of Cambridge emerge from St Mary’s in London with their newborn prince. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have left hospital after the arrival of their third child, a boy. The couple’s second son, who was born at 11:01 BST, weighing 8lb 7oz, is fifth in line to the throne. Prince George and Princess Charlotte had visited their…

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UK Goes 55 Hours Without Coal For The First Time Ever

It appears the UK is breaking up with coal for the first time in its 140-year love affair. The nation made its relationship status official earlier this week after producing a record 55 hours of electricity without burning any coal. Data compiled by Bloomberg shows the record was set in London between the hours of 10.25pm on Monday and 5.10am on Thursday, beating the previous 40-hour coal-free record set last…

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A Parkland student brought tampons to school in a clear backpack. The pic went viral.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High students returned from spring break this week to a find a new safety precaution in place: mandatory clear backpacks. To many students, the move — implemented after a shooter killed 17 people on their campus in February — fails to address the real root cause of gun violence: a lack of gun control. “They’re just an illusion of security,” senior Kyra Parrow said, blasting the backpacks. “My new…

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Teenager Fat-Shamed In A Bakery Comes Up With A Genius Revenge On The Spot

“When I heard the nasty things the women said, I honestly wanted to cry,” Vega told Daily Mail. “It really hurt my feelings.” The comeback did cost Blossom $54, but over 74,000 people who liked it on Facebook believe it was totally worth it. Scroll down to check out the story and share your thoughts in the comments. Image credits: Vega Blossom / Caters News Agency Image credits: Vega Blossom / Caters News…

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Someone Called This Girl Stupid For Doing Dangerous Things, Then Saw Her Last Name

Much like her brother Robert, Bindi has been in the spotlight from an early age, appearing on her father’s show The Crocodile Hunter as young as six months old. During the filming of a commercial, Steve Irwin placed toddler Bindi on a crocodile’s back and said: “You’re watching Animal Planet with the Crocodile Hunter, and family!” Bindi’s true passion is wildlife and, just like her father, she has that special…

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Facebook points finger at Google and Twitter for data collection

“Other companies suck in your data too,” Facebook explained in many, many words today with a blog post detailing how it gathers information about you from around the web. Facebook product management director David Baser wrote, “Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn all have similar Like and Share buttons to help people share things on their services. Google has a popular analytics service. And Amazon, Google and Twitter all offer login features. These…

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Guys Lunch Gets Stolen At Work So He Asks To See The Security Tape, Cant Believe His Eyes

It’s no surprise then that while politicians and media around the world are furiously pointing fingers over the Skripal poisoning, without presenting a shred of actual evidence to support their claims, regular folk are gripped instead by a much more relatable affair. Who stole the shrimp fried rice? In a series of shocking updates, the mystery slowly unfolds and we discover that the culprit did not in fact even eat the stolen lunch. It was taken out…

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Avicii tributes pour in following Swedish DJ’s death

(CNN)Grammy nominated Swedish DJ Avicii died Friday, his publicist confirmed to CNN. But he also saw the downside of fame in the electronic dance music genre known as EDM. “It’s very easy to become too attached to partying,” he told Rolling Stone last year. “You become lonely and get anxieties. It becomes toxic.” He retired from performing in 2016 after a string of health issues, including acute pancreatitis. Avicii told…

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Emma Gonzalez remembers her classmates in a gut-wrenching, powerful speech.

We knew Emma Gonzalez was amazing. But at the March for Our Lives rally, the teenager rewrote the script on powerful activism. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. At the start of her powerful, gut-wrenching speech on March 24, 2018, in Washington, D.C., Gonzalez stood in front of the massive crowd, tears streaming down her face, absolutely silent for 6 minutes and 20 seconds. The reason?   That’s how long it…

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KUWTK Was Filming When Khlo Kardashian Heard Tristan News AND Gave Birth!

We’ve heard — and seen — a lot about Tristan Thompson and his alleged “serial cheater” ways over the past couple days. But we haven’t heard much from Khloe Kardashian herself. But we will. As she got hit with the news of the infidelity and went into labor, the KUWTK cameras were there! Photos: Khloé Kardashian Is Going To Be The BEST Mom! People confirmed the E! flagship reality show…

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Facebook Scans the Photos and Links You Send on Messenger

System aims to detect content that violates standards Company on the defensive about how it handles private data Mark Zuckerberg raised questions about Messenger’s practices and privacy. Zuckerberg told Vox’s Ezra Klein a story about receiving a phone call related to ethnic cleansing in Myanmar. Facebook had detected people trying to send sensational messages through the Messenger app, he said. “In that case, our systems detect what’s going on,” Zuckerberg…

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The psychological impact of an $11 Facebook subscription

Would being asked to pay Facebook to remove ads make you appreciate their value or resent them even more? As Facebook considers offering an ad-free subscription option, there are deeper questions than how much money it could earn. Facebook has the opportunity to let us decide how we compensate it for social networking. But choice doesn’t always make people happy. In February I explored the idea of how Facebook could…

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GM Firing 1,500 Workers Undermines Trump’s Boasts on Auto Jobs

General Motors Co. will fire as many as 1,500 workers at the end of June at the Ohio factory building the Chevrolet Cruze compact car, undercutting President Donald Trump’s bombast about bringing back auto jobs. The Lordstown assembly plant will operate on only one shift as part of the cutback, spokeswoman Dayna Hart said in an email. The company will be roughly halving the workforce at the factory, though Hart…

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Heartbeat actor Bill Maynard dies at 89

Other roles included Oh No, It’s Selwyn Froggitt!, The Gaffer and In Sickness and In Health. He also made appearances in Carry On films Carry On At Your Convenience, Carry On Matron and Carry On Dick, and was Sergeant Beetroot in TV series Worzel Gummidge in 1980. Maynard’s most recent role was a brief appearance in 2017 drama The Moorside, about the disappearance of Shannon Matthews. Image copyright Getty Images…

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Amber Rose Sends Love To Khlo Kardashian But A Lot Of Twitter Is Dragging Tristan AND Her!!!

The evidence is certainly piling up against Tristan Thompson. In multiple videos popping up on Tuesday, the NBA star appears to cheat on pregnant girlfriend Khloé Kardashian! Naturally, folks had some strong opinions all over the Internet. Some had Khloé’s back while others couldn’t help but point out that the rumors that he cheated on his last pregnant GF with her in the first place! Photos: Is THIS The Woman…

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