Inspired by the 2006 story of Kyle MacDonald, often referred to as ‘the red paperclip guy’, Demi Skipper is looking to trade her way to a house.
Bunny the “Sheepadoodle/ Existentialist”, famous on TikTok and Instagram, is known for talking by pressing buttons that correlate with words. Recently, she’s been asking some hard-hitting questions.
Ryan Reynolds posted a lovely tribute to his wife and mother of his three children for Mother’s Day, but not without a little trolling on the side.
Donald Trump has a new website that looks like an attempt to imitate the ‘fun’ and ‘engagement’ of Twitter – except it doesn’t.
If you think that someone might be using your streaming account without your knowledge, or just want to boot out those who no longer deserve your password, read on.
There’s a new word for that Millennial aesthetic of “live, laugh, love”, flower crowns and wine. It’s all ‘cheugy’ now.
Sure, Doug Romeo’s video insulting Trevor Noah went viral, but if he was hoping to get some love in the comments section he’s clearly never met a proud South African.
Instagram influencers will do anything for a good photo, but this popular hotspot in Utah may be best left alone.
The comedian, who parodies celebs with hilarious remodellings of their pictures, has now taken aim at Emily Ratajkowski.
Whilst most of us study in comfortable clothes, Kim Kardashian prefers to mix it up a little.
Having announced that Dulux was proud to be a new sponsor of Premier League outfit Spurs, the company’s Twitter account took a very strange turn.
The data of 533 million Facebook users have been leaked. On the plus side, checking if you were one of those only takes a minute.
A recent spate of headlines have declared Prince William the world’s sexiest man, based on a ‘Google study’. Dig a little deeper and it’s obvious there are ulterior motives.
Social media giants, including Zuckerberg, were called to testify on the role of social media in the Capitol riots, against the backdrop of a small but effective protest.
Another bizarre conspiracy theory is spreading on social media and it involves President Biden, a green screen, and a fuzzy microphone.
US real estate agency Zillow has become increasingly popular over the course of the pandemic, due to some of the oddest listings out there.
Online dating made it easier to meet people, but harder to spot whether or not the person you’re meeting up with is who they say they are.
When it comes to removing content or deeming content unsuitable, the rules on several social media platforms are often unclear, and at times seemingly absurd.
In a powerful video posted to social media on International Women’s Day, Namibia’s First Lady, Monica Geingos, took on internet trolls.
Trying to find the source of a cold breeze blowing into her home led New Yorker Samantha Hartsoe to a discovery that nobody would have predicted.
Negative international media coverage, sound editing that appears to have been done by the interns, poor production value, sponsors pulling out, and a social media backlash that spiralled into the hashtag #LoveIslandOrania.
Amazon’s efforts to switch things up with a new app icon didn’t quite go to plan, so the company decided to ignore the noise until it went away. It didn’t go away.