Nintendo of America (NoA) have appointed a new president called Bowser, the same name as the arch-nemesis of the video game manufacturer’s perennial hero Mario.
A baby’s joyous relationship with her reflection is taking the internet by storm.
Theresa May will be met with a 132-square-metre reminder she supported Remain on her visit to Brussels on Wednesday evening after a British activist group paid for a huge advertisement in the city centre.
Long-time EastEnders character Dr Harold Legg has died in a topical and “beautiful” scene which has moved fans.
Disgruntled Twitter users have been sending sarcastic Valentine’s Day messages to the Home Office after an old tweet resurfaced about “sham” marriages.
A previously unpublished interview transcript has revealed heartfelt advice Gordon Banks offered to a young goalkeeper he had never met.
One man’s tale of his first day at work has the internet simultaneously roaring with laughter and cringing with embarrassment.
A boyfriend’s video phonecall with his sleepy girlfriend has delivered him to viral stardom, after she fell asleep and her dog took over the conversation.
Marks and Spencer has been met with an amused response after it released a “love sausage” product for Valentine’s Day.
Ministers came under fire after the House of Commons rose more than four hours early despite Brexit uncertainty.
Former Arsenal Women captain Alex Scott has thanked those who supported her after negative comments were made about her Super Sunday appearance at the weekend.
Pixar’s latest animation has wowed viewers not only with its original storytelling, but also with the language it includes.
Everyone needs a little bit of advice from time to time – even famous artists like Yoko Ono.
The US has seen temperatures plummet in recent weeks, but Americans have come up with a novel way to have some fun in the harsh conditions.
James Milner channelled his inner Slim Shady as he tweeted a fan who got him “confused” with Luis Suarez.
A shopper sent a retailer a picture of their empty hand after the online store asked for photographic evidence of their item not arriving.
People are sharing the one thing they would like to abolish from the world by joining in with the latest Twitter trend.
A viral Twitter post has sparked consternation in the world of music, thanks to a novel rethink of a classic dance track that involves Ainsley Harriott.
A young Liverpool fan was “overwhelmed” by the response from his club after fans and players alike messaged him for his eighth birthday.
Kazuhisa Uekusa is a unique breed of daredevil performer.
If you were to write an autobiography, what would be your first line? This is a question which has been puzzling Twitter users, and these are some of the most entertaining ideas they came up with. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Just a few ways to grab someone’s attention.
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum has caught a fan tweeting about him on an easyJet flight.
A father from Norway has been praised for posting a heartwarming viral video of him and his son dancing to Let It Go from the Disney film Frozen dressed like Queen Elsa.
Jeff Bridges has posted a video of himself as his character The Dude as he hinted at a possible sequel to cult classic The Big Lebowski.
The word “really” is enjoying something of a purple patch on social media, as a new meme utilises it to a gluttonous degree.
Sorry seems to be the hardest word, according to a famous Elton John song.
Social media is helping spread “misleading and dangerous information” to the public about vaccines, a new report has suggested.
Donald Trump has urged people to use the phrase “Build a wall and crime will fall” with regards to his proposed wall between the US and Mexico.
Former BBC China editor Carrie Gracie has voiced frustration at the broadcaster’s delays in tackling a “secretive illegal pay culture”.
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah appears to have deleted his social media accounts.
A French footballer has passionately defended the outpouring of tributes for “inspirational” missing footballer Emiliano Sala.
Paul Pogba has responded to an Australian football fan whose parents went viral after posing for a photo with the Manchester United star, despite having no idea who he was.