Guys, we’re getting deliciously close to a big emoji upgrade. Appropriately named Emoji 5.0, the new batch of silly symbols includes several very specific items as well as some long sought-after essentials. Do you have a favorite? We do.
Welcome to day 69 of Palmer Watch—another day in which neither Palmer Luckey nor Facebook will tell me if the founder of Oculus VR even works at the social networking giant or not.
I totally expected a supercut of touching in movies to be a bit on the creepy side but this compilation actually handles it with a surprising amount of grace. It includes some meaningful touchy scenes like Finn holding a light saber for the first time in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fingers grazing the ring in Lord…
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The animation of this short film, Le Gouffre, is beautiful but the story might be even better. It tells a tale of two friends who decide to build a bridge where there is none in order to cross a wide chasm and how a village unites behind the two pals and how the two pals sacrifice to provide hope.
Despite a million heartaches, I'm still a sucker for love-at-first-sight and love-against-all-odds stories. Kismet Diner is the perfect example: A waitress sings songs to a patron she has a crush on, but he always ignores her advances. Or does he? Watch it. I'm sure you're going to like it—but get some Kleenex ready.
Those make-good-stuff-happen pranks are getting crazy. After turning a waitress' shift into the best day of her life, the people at Break decided to give away a house to Cara Simmons, a housekeeper and single mother of three. But first, they made her believe the new house was actually her new workplace.
You're not about to create the Iron Throne from the swords of your defeated enemies so why not play it a little safer by making one with a plastic garden chair and a can of spray paint? Seriously, this garden chair throne is almost as good as the one in Game of Thrones.
Think only jerks can catch a break in this cruel world? Nope. David Rand, a Harvard University researcher, studied the behavior of 800 individuals he recruited through Amazon's Mechanical Turk to prove it.
A fatherless tyke leaves the farm for a space adventure? Nope, never heard of that before. See just how alarmingly similar Kirk and Luke really are. Plus Spider-Man versus Piano Cat. The winner? You.