Baby gender reveals have increasingly become fodder for viral stardom, but it’s when they go wrong that they really set the internet alight.
A train was delayed after its driver became trapped in the toilet on board.
Storm Ali has brought with it winds of over 90mph in some areas, but some intrepid gardeners appear to still want to add a little gust of their own.
Ahhh, the internet. Surely one of the human race’s most remarkable breakthroughs, a tool with which the world became smaller, information became instant and a collective intelligence was born.
Going through the photographs at the end of a holiday is one of the joys, but for Simran and her family, it must have made their sides hurt.
You’ve probably read and heard the names Ariana Grande and Chrissy Teigen before, but have they been pronounced correctly?
A woman whose rap to Missy Elliott at a karaoke picnic took her to viral stardom has now performed with American popstar herself.
Protagonists in books, films and TV are generally viewed in a positive light – but what if the audience could change perspective and view these stories from other characters’ points of view?
Wolverhampton Wanderers’ return to the Premier League after a six-year hiatus may have brought joy to fans, bountiful financial gains and good-old-fashioned success – but it came at a troubling virtual cost.
You know the song about Gaston from Disney’s Beauty And The Beast? The one where the film’s antagonist shows off to all the townsfolk in the pub?
How can you describe your legal, legitimate job so it sounds illegal or sketchy?
At a time when the term “fake news” is bandied around as if there’s no truths left in the world, it feels good to laugh at facts that really are misleading.
Not many former footballers are known for their contribution to the arts, but in fairness to Peter Crouch he’s one of them.
Getting out of tidying your room is a delicate art form for any child, but nine-year-old Angelo has changed the game and brought viral stardom in the process.
In life you’ve got to take the bad with the good, but these moments of displeasure are perhaps the most unreasonably difficult to stomach.
A bizarre viral video of an extremely localised “rain shower” is causing something of an existential crisis for many on Twitter.
All Natalie Weiner wanted to do was to create an account with a website, like any other person can without facing difficulty.
Brits have a reputation for being a bit straight-laced so euphemisms for sex run 10 a penny.
Meme lore has a new addition that may have felt out of place in the heat of a few weeks ago, but as temperatures have dipped is looking increasingly appealing.
We’ve all felt that frustration of making a joke we feel is something special but the audience just wasn’t quite right for it.
On the internet things that go viral are so often a flash in the pan, a brief but bright moment of activity and wonder – but this feat by a Twitter user is something long-lasting, special and glorious.
Those who use the website Reddit know it is a gateway online to pretty much any kind of content, from sports and news to science and videos of cute puppies.
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.
From cracking a rib at a concert to breaking a toe doing pull-ups, people are sharing how they achieved their dumbest injuries.
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.
“Oh, it’s time to get ready.”
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.
With a person’s Twitter feed being unique to them it’s a given that while some in the timeline will be having a good day, others won’t.
Have you ever gone to insult someone, but wanted to sound really clever whilst doing so?
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night with a sudden realisation, sat up and blurted that realisation aloud?