Burger King launches line of ‘Unhappy Meals’ in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month

Image: Sage Anderson I’m here to alert the presses that yes, people who peel their chicken nuggets before eating them actually exist. Let the “cursed food opinion” comments roll.  A photo of nude nuggets, freshly peeled, has been making the rounds on Twitter since late April, but it has recently incurred a fresh wave of delicious backlash.  We’re gonna need the police, the Sheriff, the FBI, US Marshalls, and Interpol for this one. pic.twitter.com/jzppIy8Xjy — Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) May 8, 2019 PEEL your nuggets? they shoulda never gave y’all animals to eat — Goat Rich (@VainandAble) May 8, 2019

Woman Shows A Method To Remove Creases From Your Sneakers, People Try It And Post Their Before & After Results

Sometimes solutions come along to fix problems you never even knew you had. As a person who sees shoes as simply a means to protect my feet from the outside world, I assumed that creases, if I even noticed them, were just a natural part of a shoes’ life cycle. I mean, who cares, right? Image credits: sneakerheads‘ camping out in front of their stores for the next big ‘release,’ which otherwise perfectly rational people are ‘hyped’ to shell out hundreds, even thousands of dollars for. Capitalism, hey? Shantel De Bonsu shared her genius hack on Twitter recently and people are sharing their impressive results. shanteldebonsu Shantel, who also does tutorials like these on Image credits: shanteldebonsu shanteldebonsu Image credits: …

Twitter co-founder subtweets Jack Dorsey following Trump meeting

Can you block your co-founder?Image: Drew Angerer / getty  The subtweet is coming from inside the house. Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey was on the receiving end of a not-so-subtle own today following an April 23 Oval Office meeting with Donald Trump. It seems that Biz Stone, one of the company’s original co-founders, doesn’t think too highly of the CEO’s justification for meeting with the President. And so, Stone did what many frustrated Twitter users do: he used the platform to make his displeasure known.  SEE ALSO: Twitter users trolled Jack Dorsey on a giant projection screen during his TED Talk “I’ve got a meeting today that could result in division,” wrote Stone. “I’m letting you know so you …

18-Year-Old Starts Having A Seizure On The Train, Receives Help From Total Stranger That Later Shares The Whole Story On Twitter

Every day we are bombarded with negative stories; wars, poverty, natural disasters and people ‘destroying’ each other on social media. We have never experienced a time when we are so saturated in information, and this constant stream of ‘bad news,’ (which sells, unfortunately) can affect our Elena Rostunova (not the actual photo) Writer Erynn Brook, whose writing “weaves through conversations about media, people, culture, technology and anything else that pops into my world,” shared her experience while riding the train home, just a few stops from her station. She was approached by an 18-year-old girl who suffered from epilepsy and was about to have a seizure. I’m waiting on kitty ultrasound results and trying to distract myself a little bit …

10 weird food combinations people swear by

Image: Getty Images / iStockphoto / Chalabala There’s a new viral challenge spreading across social media, and it’s making the world a cleaner place. The “Trashtag Challenge” is inspiring people on Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit to take a walk outside and clean up any litter they stumble upon. To participate in the challenge, simply seek out a litter-filled area or overflowing trashcan, clean it up, and share before and after photos online using the hashtag #trashtag. It’s incredibly wholesome. SEE ALSO: One overlooked way we can significantly improve our mental health: more nature The hashtag has been around for years, and in 2015 UCO, a company that makes gear for camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities, even started the #TrashTag …

Trump admin considers using social media to deny you benefits

Sorry, not sorry.Image: Anadolu Agency / getty As if you needed another reason to stop posting on Facebook.  The Trump administration is reportedly working in collaboration with the Social Security Administration to develop a plan for combing through social media posts for evidence — whatever that means — that those receiving certain types of government benefits should have those benefits denied. That’s right, your ‘gram-worthy vacation pics could soon cause you to lose your disability insurance benefits.  So reports the New York Times, which cites “administration officials” as confirming that the White House is “actively” working on making this authoritarian fever dream a reality. The idea is not a new one, the Times notes, having been suggested in an earlier …