According to a startling new report, the number of selfie deaths worldwide is up–way up–from this point last year. More people have suffered selfie deaths than have died by shark attack, among other things. For more figures: read on!
The “Selfie Spoon” is now a thing. What sort of a thing? Well, it’s exactly what it sounds like: a selfie stick with a spoon attachment at the base. The Selfie Spoon meets all your “selfie with cereal” needs. And, as the creators will tell you, yes, this really is a thing.
Many of you may know it’s hella expensive to live in California. People often associate high-priced housing with Southern California’s beach communities like San Diego, or ritzy Hollywood areas such as Beverly Hills. But just up the coast about 6 hours is San Francisco–one of the highest-priced housing markets in the country. Check out this property, which is currently on the market for $350,000!
Discovery Channel is going all in on treasure hunting as they are following up their successful Treasure Quest: Snake Island with a brand new series premiering tonight titled Rebel Gold. In the new show, a crack team of seasoned treasure hunters are assembled to go after the legendary Confederate treasure that reportedly disappeared after being sent out of Richmond just before the city fell to Union forces. Keep reading to find out what we do know about the treasure and meet the Rebel Gold cast making it their mission to find it!
Now that school is back in session and football season has begun, what better time to acknowledge the biggest and best party schools in the nation? Playboy recently released their annual list of the best party schools for 2015: did yours make the list?
It seems there is such a thing as a “Get Out of Jail Free” card, and, for 87-year-old Howard Arthur Klein of Grand Rapids, Michigan, that card was his age. After being arrested for soliciting prostitution from an undercover police officer back in June, Howard was given a pass by the case’s prosecutor in an announcement yesterday. “He wouldn’t and shouldn’t go to jail and 87 years without involvement in the criminal justice system has, in my opinion, earned him a pass,” the prosecutor said.
As of today we all live in a completely different world as the latest Instagram update allows for photos and videos that aren’t square. 😱😱😱
The Typo Police are real! 20-year-old Shannon Csapilla of Stamford, Connecticut faces two counts of first-degree criminal mischief after she allegedly took revenge on the boyfriend and gal pal she thought he was cheating with. What sort of revenge did Csapilla take? She keyed their cars, punctured their tires–and wrote “wore” on the girl’s car. Keep reading for all the details, including Shannon’s alleged tantalizing Snapchat post to Stamford police, and her recent statement addressing the attention she’s now receiving online.