Yesterday, Disney dropped their first trailer for their new live-action Winnie-the-Pooh feature, Christopher Robin, and the trailer is jam-packed with hidden secrets, easter eggs, and other facts you may have missed.
Does anyone else experience that thing where every selfie you take is gold, but every photo somebody else takes of you looks like absolute garbage? Well, I took all of these photos of my friend Izzie, and I won't spoil much, but there are a lot of chins. Enjoy.
Mothers Day is today, or just May 13th depending on when you're reading this. According to History.com, this special day "honor[s] motherhood that is observed in different forms throughout the world." Mothers Day is a day where all mothers are appreciated for being amazing. It's not a competition, but if it were, my Mom would win, because she's better than yours.
With the popularity of young adult novels with female protagonist and creepy brooding male love interests like "Twilight" and the greater part of the teenage paranormal romance genre, it's easy to forget where the genre came from.
That's right, Samuel Richardson's "Pamela," published in 1740.
Everyone who has read this novel has a shared experience of the wacky adventures of little ol' Pamela and her crazy hijinks! Whether it's sewing letters into her clothes (lol!) or being afraid of a cow (omg!), Pamela is an endless source of entertainment that has left a lasting impression on us all.
These are 11 things only people who have read Richardson's "Pamela" will understand.
Have you been on the internet recently? There are some hilarious GIFs on the internet! I've been scrolling through page after page of side-splitting image after image just having the grandest of times. Here are 11 GIFs that are funny, but not as funny as that one time Aunt Edna broke her hip.