So no one told you life was gonna be this way.
Today, a Facebook post revealed that each Facebook user is an average of only 3.57 connections away from all users on the site. That by itself is interesting, but instead, Facebook’s comparing it to the popular theory of six degrees of separation—presenting its user base and the general population as two groups that,…
If you've had some fun blackout stories with the boys or had a crazy insane Hangover weekend for a bachelor party and thought that was fun, wait until you see this: a group of friends re-created the plot of Rambo for their friend Dana Saint's bachelor party. It was awesome. I mean, seriously. Motorcycle chases, boats,…
Still trying to figure out your New Year's resolution? Here's an easy one: cement a giant chunk of pop culture into your psyche by finally watching every last episode of Friends. Starting today, you can stream the entire 10-season series from Netflix.
When TV shows and movies do flashbacks, they face a dilemma: They can cast a younger actor that looks like their star, sacrificing easy recognition, OR they can just slap a wig on their actor. They usually go with the latter, with... mixed results. Here are the best and worst of flashback wigs.
Do you consider yourself a good friend? Well then the next time your buddy puts on the future scopes that is the Oculus Rift and starts getting amazed at the all encompassing alternate reality, you have to give them a gentle push in the back to screw with their balance. They'll start flailing for their lives and…
Maybe "The Day of the Doctor" is an alternate universe Friends, where the Tenth Doctor is Chandler or something, I don't know. But watch this alternate opening credits, see how perfectly it works with the Friends theme song, and tell me there's not something otherworldly going on here. You can't.
Some of the characters we meet in books or TV are folks we can easily imagine hanging out with for an afternoon. But then there are those we're grateful are stuck safely behind the fourth wall. Which fictional characters do you think would make the worst friends?
Friends don't get better than this. They could always have your back, they could be your groomsmen at your wedding, hell they could even give a kidney to you and they won't ever beat these guys who pranked their friend by replacing his entire home plumbing system with beer. As in every faucet would spew out sweet…
You're not looking to bang every person you meet online. Sometimes, you're just looking for friends. But somehow, meeting someone you know online platonically has become a far more awkward endeavor than a random OKCupid date. You know her but you dont know her. Do you shake hands? Do you hug? Do you do that…
What if Battlestar Galactica was less about the genocide and more about the wacky roommates aboard the old ship? Imagine the fun, the games, the hook ups! Behold: BSG retooled with the Friends introduction. And it kind of works. Really well, in fact.
Sure you have friends. Sure people Like your pictures on Facebook and Instagram. Sure people favorite your tweets. But what would these people really do for you? None of 'em would take a bullet for you! Some would make a hashtag. All will talk about how much they miss you on their profiles. Sometimes, that's enough…
In 2008, Facebook rolled out a feature that's so taken for granted, you probably don't notice you're looking at it half the time. But today, when you do check out the People You May Know section, it stands out. What's with all the weird strangers?
Facebook friendship is fleeting and borderline meaningless. But that doesn't mean rejection and betrayal don't sting. Getting dumped is horrible, painful, and guaranteed to happen. Here's how to handle a devastating digital breakup.
Quick! Take a look at your Facebook profile. What do you "like"? Do you really like these things? Are you willing to PUT YOUR REPUTATION ON THE LINE just so you can affirm your affection for the NRA?
You log into Facebook and you have a birthday reminder for one of your "friends." The name doesn't ring a bell and the profile picture isn't helpful. Someone you knew in high school who got married, maybe? You have no idea.
Nineteen years ago, a British anthropologist took control of my social life. Robin Dunbar - he's the guy - said I could only have 150 friends.
We all have the friend or family member that's awesome in the real world, but on Facebook will. Not. Shut. Up. We get it, you love Ron Paul. Here's a simple way to extract them from your feed without having to unfriend them.
Oh my god! Is that a zit on my forehead? Where did that third chin come from? Why am I sweating so much? Was I that drunk? What is my boss going to think? What is my mom going to think? What do I think? I need to get rid of this photo on Facebook. NOW. Let's flag as offensive! Click. Unflattering picture, gone.