If you think back to the beginning of the year, you probably never dreamed that your life could change so quickly. The things we all take for granted—travel, dinner with friends, and even haircuts—are now canceled (or at the very least, postponed) because of the coronavirus. Comedian Julie Nolke perfectly conveys the bizarreness of this moment in time in her hilarious video, Explaining the Pandemic to My Past Self.
Photographers are finding ways to stay creative even in the midst of coronavirus shutdowns.
On April 5, Queen Elizabeth II gave a rare televised speech in which she encouraged British citizens to stay strong...
Like many of us who have a public-facing job, hairstylist Heidi Oley is currently unable to work due to the COVID-19 crisis. However, that hasn’t stopped her from doing what she loves—she’s been giving her boyfriend Geoffrey daily hairdos while they’re both quarantined together in a cabin. From a Princess Leia-inspired updo to an Amy Winehouse beehive, Oley is clearly enjoying getting creative with Geoffrey’s locks—and he looks like he’s having fun too!
While many of us are adjusting to working from home with ease, others are struggling to get to grips with...
It’s not every day you see a herd of bison coming your way, but when it happened to TV reporter...
Amid the coronavirus closures, people are having to take on new roles in order to keep their workplaces running as smoothly as possible. When the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City closed its doors to help stop the spread, they put Tim, their head of security, in charge of their Twitter account since he was still reporting for duty.
Dogs are everyday heroes—providing us with love, companionship, and countless memorable moments.
There are Facebook groups for everything nowadays—many that you didn’t know you needed in your life.
84-Year-Old Born on Leap Day Celebrates Her “21st” With First Legal Drink, Gifted From Ryan Reynolds
Those who follow actor Ryan Reynolds on Twitter or Instagram know that he has a very funny presence on social media—and his latest piece of content is no exception. To promote his own brand of gin, Aviation American Gin, Reynolds created a hilarious commercial starring Arlene Manko, a lady who was born on February 29, 1936. Because her birthday lands on a leap day, Manko only has a birthday every 4 years.
If you’ve ever been tricked into thinking that a faux plant is a real one, you’re not alone.
The Wisconsin Humane Society (WHS)