“Boyfriends And Girlfriends Are Gonna Come And Go, But This Is For Life” is a quote said by the character Phoebe in the show Friends about how important friendship is, which quickly made it become a trending audio sample for Tiktok.
Internet Accuses Mrs. Pepper from ‘Blue’s Clues’ of Cheating on Mr. Salt, But One Man Clears Her Name
With ‘Blue’s Clues’ first ever big time movie ‘Blue’s Big City Adventure’ coming out next month, they just can’t afford this kind of scandal.
FOX News’ Laura Ingraham Shows You What The Mainstream Journalists Won’t In This Growign Meme Format
A meme format where Laura Ingraham shows a goofy image that mainstream journalists allegedly won’t show you is going around Twitter right now… as if Fox News isn’t mainstream news.
The Sad Cat Dance trend is a dance modeled after another classic dance, being used to represent a moment in a popular manga.
The project, once projected to have 500,000 daily active users by the end of 2022, is currently floundering below 200,000 and that number is going down.
Certain aspects of culture tend to seep into our brains. Over the past decade or so, especially thanks to hip-hop, rap, andBlack Twitter, AAVE has definitely fallen into that category. Because of their prevalence, a lot of AAVE (African American Vernacular) has become slang. But not everybody is able to use it correctly. See, when…Details
To those who are not well-acquainted with the complex world of medicine the professional pecking order seems limited to two distinct groups: the doctors who diagnose whatever is wrong with you, and the nurses that provide the care when you’re sick. We tend to miss out all the other important people that make up the…Details
America’s largest glitter company Glitterex won’t say which industry is the world’s leading buyer. In fact, they’re legally bound not to reveal the mystery industry’s identity. Plus, no one’s allowed to visit their factory or even “hear” the glitter being made.
TikTokers have turned the lyrics ‘in my solitude’ into a slang term that’s aggressively making its way around the platform as a way to describe things with a hard to define, pleasing aesthetic.
McDonald’s has brought back its iconic “Boo Buckets” from 1986 for their happy meal gift this Halloween season and Gen-X and millennials are so excited, it’s scary. (Which is perfect, because it’s Spooktober, baby!) If you remember those plastic buckets that came in all kinds of spooky characters like a ghost, ghoul, jack-o-lantern and more,…Details