An expectant father angered social media after storming out of the unborn baby’s reveal party upon learning the child’s gender. “She’s been grouchy her whole pregnancy so her sister offered to plan her a gender reveal party,” the man began, more or less already on the wrong foot. “The plan was that all the food and decorations would be blue or pink and in the end we’d get one of those special sparklers that would light up in either blue or pink to reveal the gender,” he continued.
Making rounds on social media recently, the handmade bags store’s realistic and detailed durian purses are not something new to those who had visited their physical store at Chatuchak.
Steven Lim wears many hats, from YouTube star to Muay Thai fighter to talent manager to fitness instructor. But Singapore’s COVID-19 lockdown that began in April enabled him to pivot into an Instagram sensation when he started recording birthday video shoutouts for customers who couldn’t see their friends, family and co-workers in person because of movement restrictions.
Little Scarlett became an Internet sensation after crashing her mother's live TV interview to move her unicorn picture.
For those of you who have experienced the latter scenario, people on Reddit are currently commiserating over their “cringiest” wedding memories — and we’re dying of second-hand embarrassment. “You know those slightly off-looking Mickey and Minnie mouses you see in NYC?” one user shared.
"Everyone is on social media 24/7 right now, and it can brainwash you into feeling bad about your body."
Influencer Chuando Tan has wrapped filming for his first acting role in Mandarin-language movie Precious Is The Night.
After Tony Hadley himself backed up Muhammad Shalehan, Gold 905 backtracked on its decision to deny him a huge cash prize for allegedly mispronouncing the singer's name.
A college student is confounding the internet with a video that left social media users with far more questions than answers.
We polled you, our readers, about which local celebrities and personalities made the biggest headlines of 2019.
Now brands like Popeyes, 99 Old Trees, Carrefour, are jumping on the ridiculous coattails by coming out with their own duct-tape ‘art’ campaign.
“You spend all day and night on electronic devices. More than ever, you don't walk or ride bikes to school but arrive in caravans of private cars that choke local roads and worsen rush hour traffic.”
A Twitter user shared her amazement after discovering how they grow and subsequently sent social media users into a frenzy.
A receipt from the Wichita Public Library went viral, showing that a reader saved more than $7,000 by borrowing books instead of buying them. Now, people are debating if that money is stolen from authors.