Sometimes the person behind a Twitter account just nails a response or a tweet. The mystery tweeter combines the right amount of sass and pop culture to deliver their official message within 280 characters.
Most of us have something we’re keeping close to our chests but some of these people are the masters of secrecy.
Luis Enrique Urban Gomez is itching to get back to business making fireworks despite suffering serious burns in an explosion.
A heavily pregnant New Zeland MP cycled to hospital to give birth, saying travelling on two wheels put her “in the best possible mood”.
Whether its being passive-aggressive on the train, or getting a sunburn at the smallest hint of nice weather, there are plenty of markers of British culture.
We’ve all been there. In desperate need of a snack but with only the strangest things in the cupboard, a bizarre food combination actually works, and becomes a guilty pleasure.
Most of us have a talent or party trick that we can bamboozle others with from time to time… but some are more useful than others.
If there’s one thing that you can count on when you open Twitter, it’s that there will be some form of generational bickering going on.
Aside from providing a great basis for memes, stock images can be a wonderful tool for illustrating presentations and articles.
Everyone’s had one of those moments where you wish you could hack the universe to get something you really want.
If you were legally allowed to acquire a one square metre of land for free, anywhere on Earth, where would you choose and what would you do with it?
Some popular items and services grate on your nerves to such an extent that you might wish they’d never been created.
Akiyoshi Kitaoka, a professor in the Department of Psychology at Ritsumeikan University in Japan, has gone viral for a mind-boggling optical illusion he posted.
As anyone who remembers learning it will tell you, English is a tricky and confusing language – and the video that follows perfectly exemplifies these difficulties.
Two young girls’ daring adventure was thwarted when police found the pair in their pyjamas, carrying a hand-drawn map to “London”.
It’s not entirely clear where National Tell a Joke Day came from, but on August 16 for many years people on social media have decided to share their finest quips.
Death and funerals aren’t usually a topic of mirth, but an image of a coffin shared to Twitter has been tickling ribs.
Jokes about A-level results day on Twitter are now as much part of the annual tradition as pictures of jumping students, teenagers opening envelopes on live television and discussions on whether the exams are getting easier.
A masters student has gone viral with his novel approach to finding a graduate job in finance.
Every famous writer, actor and singer has experienced some degree of rejection before they made it big.
From cracking a rib at a concert to breaking a toe doing pull-ups, people are sharing how they achieved their dumbest injuries.
A 14-year-old from West Yorkshire has broken new ground by completing a Rubik’s Cube in no time at all on a rollercoaster.
If you think you know your books, these social media users have a test for you.
A theme park in Canada will open its gates to the world’s tallest, longest and fastest dive roller coaster in the world in spring 2019.
Tiny versions of classic front covers are being painted on to rocks which are then hidden in a novel twist on a hobby which is growing in popularity.
Morbid curiosity is a natural human feeling so it’s okay to want to read theories on how our race may meet its doom – and don’t worry, not all of them will fill you with dread.
A couple have started their married life together with comedy, after a guest read the lyrics to Rick Astley’s Never Gonna Give You Up during their ceremony.
The teenage years can be a difficult time in life – your body goes through changes, your emotions are all over the place, and the expectations of your parents weigh heavy on you.
Many of you may find the mere idea of riding a motorcycle daunting, but for some people even the thrill of being on two wheels isn’t enough.
A meme involving Monsters Inc character Mike Wazowski and nostalgia for 90s and early 00s tunes is doing the rounds.
The last remaining chunks of the Whitechapel fatberg have been added to the Museum of London’s permanent collection, and you can keep up to date with it via a slightly unusual livestream.
If asking stupid questions and saying generally stupid things were a sport, let’s face it we’d all have a few medals on the mantelpiece.