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A New Argument for the Case Against Selfies: Social Media Lice

School is back in session, which means the return of a possible threat: head lice! According to the CDC, an estimated 6 million to 12 million lice infestations occur every year in the United States, among children ages 3 to 11. While teenagers usually don’t get head lice as often as younger children, medical experts… »8/26/15 11:45pm8/26/15 11:45pm

20-Year-Old Iowa Bro Drives Stoned, Invents the Arrest Selfie

According to the Iowa City Press-Citizen, Gilbert Phelps was pulled over for speeding at around 2 a.m. last Thursday, and was taken into custody for a breath test after the officer, Ben Hektoen, noticed “an odor of ingested alcohol coming from the cabin of the vehicle.” From Hektoen’s filed police report, which you… »8/10/15 12:00pm8/10/15 12:00pm

Holding a Coke With Your Boobs Isn't Going to Help Anyone With Cancer

Last summer’s viral ALS Ice Bucket challenge has given way to this year’s contender for “worst way to make anyone aware of anything while showing off your body,” the aptly named “Hold a Coke With Your Boobs Challenge.” For breast cancer. Or something. Listen, let’s not pretend it’s anything but a trumped-up reason to… »6/02/15 7:50pm6/02/15 7:50pm

Here Is Proof That Becky G & Austin Mahone Are in Love: Selfies

In case you missed the super-crucial young pop star news, Becky G and Austin Mahone are CONFIRMED to be dating, which is so cute I would near-puke if I didn’t feel so protective of my little sister (in my mind). Austin! Where are those wandering hands going! BRING HER HOME BY CURFEW! »5/06/15 11:30pm5/06/15 11:30pm

These Are the Best Captions in Kim Kardashian's Book of Selfies

Selfish, Kim Kardashian-West’s book of selfies, was released Tuesday and I spent nearly half an hour flipping through each of its 445 pages. Though I had spent many months looking forward to the silly collection of photographs, I was delighted to find that Selfish had a surprise waiting up the sleeves of its dust… »5/06/15 1:30pm5/06/15 1:30pm

'My Idol' Is The Internet's Funniest New Obsession

If you’ve been on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, or Vine lately, then you’ve probably seen pictures or videos of strange, cartoony characters recently. Maybe they’re pole dancing. Maybe they’re singing Frozen’s Let It Go. Maybe they have a celebrity’s face. Or maybe they look like a monstrosity that shouldn’t exist. »4/22/15 5:45pm4/22/15 5:45pm