Two white students at South Africa’s Stellenbosch University have been suspended for appearing in what looks like blackface in a photo. Now, one of them claims the face paint was actually a dark purple hue.
It’s been over ten years since we said goodbye to Friends, but the much-loved sitcom still has dark secrets yet to be discovered. One of them is, in fact, a mysterious Jennifer Aniston impostor.
Throughout this season of The Bachelorette, the rules that govern this world we know and love have been (sort of) thrown out the window, which has proven difficult for both viewers and contestants. Not only are the men grappling with how to handle dating someone on television who is dating a number of other people,…
This is what happens when you just leave clippers lying around. First a kid's going to mistake it for a comb and the next thing you know they look like a tiny middle-aged office worker who's lost all faith in the world. Which is to say, still very adorable.
I've never been to a carpet factory, but I have watched several YouTube videos of carpets being made and would definitely rank such a factory among the top 50 attractions of any particular city. Templeton's Carpet Factory in Scotland, however, had to take a back seat to one Mary Johnston who, for one glorious day,…
Last week, a Canadian government website drew fire for including "abortionists" in a list of "single-issue terrorist groups." Its administrators have now pledged to overhaul their list.
A British hospital is conducting an internal investigation after a job ad on its website concluded with the line, "Usual rubbish about equal opportunities employer etc." The hospital was quick to state that it does not actually consider equal employment opportunity to be "rubbish":
When host Sarah Murdoch realized that she had announced the wrong winner she said, "I'm feeling a bit sick about this." Between Sarah, the winner and the real winner, a full range of human emotion was on display.
Rachel Shukert's new memoir Everything Is Going To Be Great does something unfortunately rare in women's writing: celebrating mistakes.