When you think of holiday Instagram posts, it’s all about scenic views and #foodporn photos but one British traveller decided to buck the trend by embracing the dark side (well, sort of).
Parents say “no” a lot – it’s almost like a reflex response.
If you want to play sassy with brands on Twitter, be prepared to deal with the consequences.
Ever found yourself worked up about things that shouldn’t make you angry?
It’s the simple things that bring the most joy on the internet and this is perhaps the quintessential example of such viral material.
Ever since true-crime bombshell Serial exploded into our headphones in 2014, podcasts have been on the up.
Budgeting has long been celebrated as the way to ensure you get from payday to payday with a little bit left over to start building a nest egg.
Countless TV shows, books and films are built around roommate buddy and frenemy storylines.
It’s every job applicant’s worst nightmare, a tricky question out of the blue at the interview stage.
Donald Trump’s summit with Kim Jong Un was keenly watched across the world, but the creators of one YouTube channel were focused on one acutely specific part of it – the leaders’ lips.
Three-letter abbreviations are rife in all walks of life, from the military, police and hospitals to the internet.
New Zealand’s Prime Minister has given birth to a baby girl, kicking off celebrations on social media.
A boyfriend took a picture of every food date he and his girlfriend went on over the last year, then made the album into a book for their anniversary.
A couple are inspiring Twitter with the fun side of their relationship.
Young Rohingya refugees have been filmed playing on a newly-built makeshift Ferris wheel in their camp in Bangladesh.
Twenty years ago a little boy sat on his dad’s knee in a police patrol car and posed for a picture which was turned into a Father’s Day card.
When David Garavaglia returned late to his family home drunk and hungry, he wanted some ketchup to go with his midnight snack.
Rings are usually associated with money and how much they cost, but Susanne Phillips is changing all that with her incredible efforts.
A man is attempting to mow lawns in all 50 states in the US for the second time in a bid to encourage children to give back to their communities.
A Twitter story of a laughing bibliophile has inspired users to share their favourite comedic books.
People across the US and beyond are celebrating a national day you may not have heard about.
When Hayley Stamper and Austin Reed get married on July 20, there’s one song on the wedding playlist all the guests will be waiting for.
Calculating plans and working out moves well ahead of when they will be executed sounds just like a chess game.
US president Donald Trump has announced the nation will have a new “Space Force” branch to their military.
Blagging it, either in a test or under the pressure of a teacher’s question in class, is an experience we can all relate to.
If you saw a couple’s beautiful wedding photo on Facebook, you might leave a like or a comment, but one man decided to go one step further.
A student has delighted a Texas cinema audience by dressing up as a character from The Incredibles.
Community policing encompasses many activities, but a police officer from east Hertfordshire has taken building relationships with the public to new heights.
Have you ever recognised an ability in yourself that is sort of like a super power, but also sort of not?
Sometimes comedy is all about putting in the hard yards and that’s exactly what someone from the US did when they put this missing cat poster up in their town.
Watching the person you love leave indefinitely is a heartache you might not have experienced, but this might help you understand.
Female academics have come together to celebrate their qualifications with an amazing new hashtag: #ImmodestWomen.