Mel Watts who has a pretty kickass personal blog already, which involves a whole lot of her shedding brutally honest light on the ups and downs of pregnant life/motherhood with a whiplike wit and hilarious self-awareness, might've just had her big break with this post. Yep, she went ahead and shot over a couple answers to the kinds of questions a lot of us might wonder at some point in our lives, but would never damn well ask.
For weeks, people have been debating one thing and one thing only: Is this a picture of Tom Hanks or Bill Murray?
With the picture’s subject’s rounded nose and toothless mouth, it can be hard to tell the difference between them. But Tom Hanks appeared on The Graham Norton Show to put the debate to rest.
After showing off the difference between the sides of his own face, Hanks, along with Gemma Arterton and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, recreates the picture of Bill Murray screaming with baby. It’s really something.
Also in this interview, Tom Hanks dusts off his Forrest Gump performance, and this baby still runs.
In what can only be described as an attempt to make the rest of us feel terrible about ourselves, this Russian couple had an actual, real-life bear in their wedding photos. Before you ask: Yes, the bear is wearing a little bow-tie, and no, we're not happy about it.
The couple, who clearly thinks they're better than all of us, posed gazing into each other' eyes while holding a bear's paw, acting as if this is how normal humans get married. Message received: Our wedding's are boring.
Just a quick update on all those Facebook check-ins in North Dakota yesterday. As it turns out, the Morton County Sherrif's Department says that it is not looking at check-ins to verify protestors of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The Morton County Sheriff's Department took to Facebook and said:
Yesterday, thousands of Facebook users "checked in" at Standing Rock Indian reservation in Cannon Ball, ND in hopes of confusing police and showing support for the activists.
Despite the validity of the original post, TheLA Times says, "Some Native American activists still welcomed the check-ins as another form of showing support for the months-long protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline, proposed to run past tribal land on its route between North Dakota and Illinois."
Melissa Mead tells the tragic story about what happened to her little boy in effort to raise money for the UK Sepsis Trust. The video has been viewed over 11 millions times and is getting the attention it deserves across the internet.
Her son, William Mead, was only a year old when he died from sepsis complications, following a chest infection and pneumonia. This video has helped Melissa raise over $200,000 to the UK Sepsis Trust.