If you're searching for strong opinions about cabbage, look no further.
Edward Sanborn and his girlfriend, Lisa, are very passionate about coleslaw. Upon realizing their common interest, the two decided to celebrate their foodie enthusiasm by making a Facebook page, called Coleslaw Review, dedicated to reviewing their favorite side.
"No one else is reviewing it so why not," Sanborn wrote on the Facebook page's April 24 post.
Not only does the couple encourage fans to post their own reviews, they also laid out a manifesto of criteria for people to judge the refreshing dish. Read more...
Don't believe everything you see on the Internet — no matter how much you want it to be true.
All over the U.S., people are buying tickets for Wednesday's record-breaking Powerball $1.4 billion jackpot. In today's political climate, a lot of people have to be thinking: With so many people struggling below the poverty line, how many people can that huge amount of money help?
On Monday, a meme on Facebook started going around that attempted to do the math.
At the time, the jackpot was at $1.3 billion. The creator of the meme took that sum, divided it by the estimated U.S. population (based on the 2014 census, 300 million), and ended up with the answer of $4.33 million. Read more...More about Facebook, Wtf, Lottery, Funny, and Memes
If there is one cardinal rule of the Internet, it's "look before you share."
Some people learned this rule the hard way over the last week when they encountered evil genius and master troll Stephen Roseman, who shared a picture on Facebook of a dog with a caption: "This poor dog was badly burned and disfigured trying to save his family from a house fire. One like = one prayer. One share = ten prayers."
Of course, if you look at it closely (or even, not that closely) you will see that this picture is just a dog with a slice of ham on its face. We've been duped, Internet. Read more...More about Facebook, Pics, Animals, Dogs, and Wtf
It seems like those health nuts out there can never seem to leave the gym — however, it's totally possible that they have no choice.
Nicholas Clayton of Clearwater, Florida was simply enjoying a nice, relaxing sauna after his workout at the local LA Fitness, when he discovered that the gym had accidentally locked him inside the facility after closing time at 5 p.m.
Clayton documented his astonishment in a video on Facebook, which he also uploaded to YouTube. "What LA Fitness closes at 5 o’ clock?” he says in the short video.
Gaze upon the cowboy boot sandals and weep, America.
For anyone out there who loves their cowboy boots but can't stand the summer heat, you can now give your shoes to a cobbler in Missouri who will turn them into ultimate accessory.
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