Justin Bieber has been in the news lately for egging a house, being a drug addict and reuniting with his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez – and that's all since New Year's. But who knows; half of that stuff could be fake. Oh wait – it's all very real. At least it's real according to texts (and sexts) obtained by Radar Online
Earlier today, jurors in the British phone hacking trial listened to personal voicemails left by Prince William to his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. It's pretty fucked up that anyone hacked into a couple's personal calls, but now that messages are public, we can't help but be little disappointed at how dull…
It's hard to be a passive-aggressive person in an age of waning face-to-face communication, all but robbed of the microexpressions you need to make people feel bad without actually saying anything. Thank goodness our old dotty end of sentence friend the period is here to help.
When a woman ordered a pizza from her local Domino's last week, she expected cheesy deliciousness, not cheesy unsolicited come-ons/harassment. But that's what she got.
A Canadian woman was awarded $30,000 in damages in a sexual harassment suit against her boss, who sent her such disturbing text messages as, "Can I date your daughter?"
"There's a silent epidemic making the rounds at my college," writes Charlotte Steinway. And it can't be treated with a pill, because it's "fauxting," wherein people pretending to be engaged with technology to avoid social interaction.