If this week’s latest viral sensation is anything to go by, supermarket chain Woolworths has a seriously savvy person working their social media profile. A customer posted a photo alongside an Eminem-inspired rap about spaghetti to the supermarket's Facebook page, and Woolies had some fun with their response.Read Full Story
In real life, telling somebody that they're no longer your friend and blocking all attempts at communication would be seen as aggressive and cruel. However, veiled by the barrier of technology, a virtual unfriending has always been safe, innocuous territory. But not anymore, now that the Fair Work Commission has ruled that an act of "unfriending" showed a "lack of emotional maturity" and amounted to bullying.Read Full Story
There are a few things you should keep in mind as you move about in the world. Pay attention to your surroundings, keep alert of animals around you, watch where you're walking and don't look at your phone while you drive. These people don't seem to have gotten the memo, as their impressive selfie fails can attest to this.Read Full Story
When Danielle Haines posted a photo to Facebook of herself three days postpartum, clutching her sweet baby boy against her bare chest, clearly there was a reason. Haines, now well out of the hazy postpartum period, wanted to show other mothers just how insane those few weeks are after having a baby. Despite people's Facebook and Instagram photos that depict nothing but absolute bliss, Haines shines a light on the not-so-glamorous, incredibly emotional aspects of bringing a baby home from the hospital that are, oddly enough, still beautiful.Read Full Story
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