What a time to be alive: impressively helpful woman finds a lost and homeless iPhone in a cab, proceeds to glean all private deals - whereabouts (address/where car is parked) - from an all too voluntary snitch of a Siri. For real though. Shoutout to Siri for not failing to dispel some intimate details to a total stranger. Imagine if this little live-tweeted tale took a turn down horror movie lane...just saying, suggesting really, that there are certain people out there that you do not want knowing where you live.

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During Jeopardy's annual College Championship competition, Viraj Mehta evidently couldn't have had any less flying f**ks to give, let fly the proverbial 'bird' at Trebek and the rest of the audience during his in-game interview (an interview I might add, made more epic by the fact his story centered on an enthralling tale about pizza). 

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These fine and mighty and depraved Tinderellas all but stepped on 'dating app' ceremony, and instead opted for shameless, sexualized-displays of self-promotion. Are some of these borderline insane, and giving off the distinct whiff of potential sex addiction? Suure. Are they also dually awesomely transparent? Absolutely, and there's no doubt they're the kind of profiles that didn't rake in a truckload of right swipes...

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This fitness blog managed to cut out a slice of social media spotlight, and truly, found fleeting relevancy in the worst way possible. If their goal was to get our attention, they definitely didn't fail on that account. One does not address the everyday pizza-loving human on Twitter (a venue already prone to rage-ridden outbursts/tweet reacts); and tell them they shouldn't enjoy their doughy gift of the gods. 

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Today's the day, Back to The Future fans! It's Oct. 21, 2015—the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveled through time.

Too bad Pepsi had to go and ruin the whole thing.

The company promised a release of 6,500 bottles of Pepsi Perfect, the futuristic soda from the movie. But they botched the whole thing.

And the Internet isn't very forgiving.

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