I you were anywhere near a TV set in the eighties, you will shed a tear of nostalgia watching this supercut—edited by Robert Jones—that compiles some of the most famous teen movies of that decade.
Of the many schemes to make the government more efficient, this is probably the only one that involves typography. A middle schooler in Pittsburgh has calculated that by simply switching the typeface used in government documents from Times New Roman to Garamond, it would save taxpayers $400 million in ink.
OK, this stupidly risky stunt seems even more idiotic and suicidal when you watch it up close and from his point of view. That snow mound didn't seem soft at all. Just look at the painful face of his idiot when he walks away.
Justin Carter may get eight years in prison after someone called the cops following a distasteful Facebook comment. The 18-year-old Carter said "Oh yeah, I'm real messed up in the head, I'm going to go shoot up a school full of kids and eat their still, beating hearts." The father claims he was joking and has no guns.
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety has used hidden cameras to prove what everyone already knew: most newbie teen drivers are pretty bad drivers. As their videos show, they are also impossibly obnoxious. No surprise there either. They also like Twilight.
These three worried men are members of the Australian police's bomb squad. Right now, they are trying to defuse a bomb that an intruder strapped to the neck of an 18 year old girl in Mosman, a district of Sydney.
Not even the home button is safe from gaudy stickers that cheapen the sleek industrial design of the iPhone. Unless you are teenaged girl, then these stick-ons are the best thing that ever happened to you in your whole entire life.
Ashton Lundeby, now 18, just spent the past 22 months in juvie. Why? Because he once acted as a gun, er, phone for hire. Kids would pay him and he would call their schools saying a bomb was planted there.
What's worse than your teen sending 10,000 text messages, mostly during school? Her sending 10,000 text messages when you have no text message plan.
You remember that lousy mosquito noise device generators in the UK that were supposed to drive teens away because only they could hear them? The ones that actually turned out to be audible to just about everybody? They're coming to the US. People here aren't too happy about it, with some bans and protests after (and…
Kids these days have it so easy. In my day, if you wanted to stalk someone you had call them at home on a good old-fashioned analog telephone (one bonus was the lack of caller ID and/or *69) or actually break into their home and physically boil their pet bunny rabbit. Boy, have times changed.