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Everyone’s opened up Twitter and stared at that blank page that reads “What’s happening?”

That’s a good question. What is happening? For some people what comes next is natural, you type a joke, an idea, and opinion. Whatever.

For one dude’s mom, she answered honestly, leading to one of the best Twitter fails ever:

What did she mean by "Nothing." Her son explains:

Mom, you're the best. Keep tweetin'. 


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Amazing Mom Sends Her Daughter Off to School Everyday With Adorable Feminist-Inspired Lunchbox Notes

Meet, Meaghan Elderkin, a mom who is committed to sending her daughter off to school with some amazing feminist-inspired lunchboxes.

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I stared at this for like 12 hours and I didn't see any pixels so I think it's legit.

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A photo shared by The Dallas Morning news is going viral for all the right reasons. The picture is of extreme multitasker Melissa Wardlow. Melissa is shown with her 3-year-old son Jordan on her backpack, and carrying her 8-month-old Addison while photographing the a high school football game. Wardlow's husband is the coach of the football team and Mellissa is out there every game taking photos of the team.

“Just a normal day. I throw the kids on and away we go... I started taking pictures before I had kids, and I was on the sideline when I was pregnant. It didn’t matter; I was on the sideline.” she told Dallas Morning News.

The photo has over 11K shares and over 20K likes on Facebook

 

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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.