The New York Times reports on a new trend in teen drinking across the pond: Young Brits have recently been consuming a kind of caffeinated wine called “Buckie” with wild abandon. The drink has become so popular that the Scottish Parliament is considering banning it to keep it out of their country.
Surprise flash mob proposals? Those are so last year. In late 2014/early 2015 it's all about the surprise wedding. Any other kind of marriage is just wrong and outdated.
This is Ethan and he's been begging for a sibling since he was two years old. And this year, he's being surprised with the news that yes, Santa is bringing him a baby brother and oh y god he is going to need a moment. He's going to need ten moments. You guys, the club can't even handle this kid right now.
Oh my god, that poor mom! Her heart can't handle all that happiness. A grandchild and her son coming home for the holidays? HOW IS SHE GOING TO SURVIVE ALL THIS?
Is West Coast love god Miguel feeling a lil' way post- D'Angelo drop? Probably not—he's as big a fan of the hallowed soul singer as the rest of us—but it's kinda interesting timing that he would sidle up to Soundcloud and unexpectedly release three new tracks like *whistles*. Either way, this translates to a very…
Sharing a fun story is a great way to break the ice in social situations, but it's unlikely that Livia Davis will be sharing the story of her birth with friends any time soon. First, because she can't yet talk; and second because she was delivered right into a toilet.
A woman in New Zealand was in for quite the surprise a few months ago when she was admitted to a hospital for an operation to remove her ovaries after dealing with intense abdominal pain. Doctors instead found a 32 week-old 9 pound fetus alive and well. Inside her. Just hanging out. Now they are trying to figure…
Neil Diamond, the greatest songwriter of this or any generation, took a redeye flight from Los Angeles to Boston so he could sing “Sweet Caroline” for the good people gathered yesterday at Fenway Park for the first Red Sox game since the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday.
A little girl in Utah named Bailey got quite an amazing surprise on her sixth birthday. She was in the middle of talking to her classmates, when in walked her dad, Sargent Adam Page, who'd returned home early from serving in Afghanistan. Bailey was as shocked as you'd expect to see him, but her reaction is so poised…
An army major returning from duty in Afghanistan gave his wife the surprise of her life earlier this week.
You know that story about the woman who didn't know she was pregnant?