People Are Sharing The Most Unflattering Pics Of Their Pets And Its Hilarious (30 Pics)

In the digital age of always putting your most photogenic shots out there, Twitter user Baby_b0nes decided to switch things up by asking her followers to share the” least flattering” photos of their pets and boy did they deliver. Scroll down to check out some hilarious animals hitting all the wrong angles and don’t forget to upvote your favs! According to research, it is likely that the culture of keeping pets began thousands of years ago, with our human ancestors capturing young wolves and domesticating them. The reason for adopting these furry predators was probably not for their cute faces, but because they were useful for hunting. Over time, these wolves evolved into a tamer species – dogs. According to …

Call of Duty Is Here, Apple Updates Are Coming, and More News

Call of Duty is back, Apple's ready to unveil some new software, and New York is prepared to say goodbye to the MetroCard. Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Today's Headlines A new Call of Duty game is out, and it has a confusing name If you're a big fan, you remember the legendary Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Just to make things confusing, the franchise is dropping a new installment with a funny name. It's called—wait for it—Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. It's grim, morally ambiguous, and comes out on October 25. New York is ready to ditch the MetroCard Starting today, New York enters the 21st century of transportation and allows …

Cantina Talk: Meet the New New Class of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Hello, and welcome to a new edition of Cantina Talk, WIRED's look at everything happening in the world of Star Wars. But first: If you haven't already read it, open another tab immediately and bookmark this oral history of Star Wars: Episode I—The Phantom Menace, because, really, there are some droids in there you've probably been looking for. But if you're not in the mood for revisiting the way the movies looked a long time ago, perhaps you'll be happier with these glimpses of what's to come. The Next Movie Is About Millennials, Kind Of Source: The man behind Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, J.J. Abrams Probable accuracy: The thing with thematic descriptors is, who can really say what …

Snooki Claps Back At Criticism Over Postpartum Fitness Goals Just Days After Giving Birth – Perez Hilton

Listen up mommy-shaming trolls: Snooki is not apologizing for her fitness goals! Just four days after On Monday, the 31-year-old, born Nicole Polizzi, shared the confident mirror selfie with her millions of followers on Instagram. Describing her plans for getting back in shape after giving birth, she “Why is there so much pressure to bounce back? Why is there so much focus on how flat a new moms belly is?” This feels like a good time to chime in and add that it’s 100 percent a woman’s exclusive right to decide how she feels about her own body. In response to the backlash, Snooki edited her original post caption to add: THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR ADVICE ON HOW TO DEAL …

How Chella Man Became His Own Superhero

Photos by Laurel Golio Chella Man, a 20-year-old artist based in Brooklyn, New York, has never seen his identities reflected authentically on-screen, let alone in a blockbuster, as a deaf, transgender, Chinese and Jewish person. And yet, a superhero he’ll be when he suits up for the second season of “Titans” as the mute crime fighter Jericho and makes history as the first disabled trans masculine actor to join the DC universe. Scarlett Johansson) should inhabit which roles.  As his star continues to rise, Chella remains fiercely committed to making his communities proud and becoming the role model for young LGBTQ folks he never had growing up. Before he blasts off, we caught up with Chella to talk about what …

25 Most Unique Airbnbs Around The World

#2 Skylodge Adventure Suites In Peru If you really wish to run away for everything, this Airbnb is perfect for you. Located in the mountains of Peru, this Skylodge lets you spend some very much deserved time alone. One night at this Airbnb costs around $581. #4 5 Floor Bamboo Palace In Abiansemal, Bali Unfortunately, this mind-blowing bamboo Airbnb is not available to book for the next few years. But according to Airbnb, this house comes with your own personal maid and you can even book a chef that will cook you food throughout your stay. #6 Private Island In Sunny Hvaler, Norway Sometimes you just get so sick of people, all you need is your own private island. So, …

That Keanu Reeves ‘Lonely Guy’ Interview Never Happened, Rep Says

Keanu Reeves, Internet heartthrob and the been picked up the internet. But a rep for Reeves told HuffPost that the entire story is “fabricated.”  Star2.com, which claims to have asked Reeves what “romantic love meant to him.”  The fake questions and answer.  “I don’t concern myself with it that much. I’m an actor, so in terms of what you’re asking about, I have no answer,” he’s quoted as saying.  “This interview did not happen,” the spokeswoman said. “This was pieced together from several interviews and the majority of these questions were not asked nor answered. They are fabricated.”  That didn’t stop people on Twitter from swooning over the fake quotes and saying they’d gladly date Reeves:  she still has feelings …

Diversity? Aftercare? How Love Island has changed

“When I was on Love Island, there was a lot about me being the only dark skinned girl but it didn’t really faze me much,” Samira Mighty, one of last year’s contestants, tells the Victoria Derbyshire show. “I think it would be great to see a lot more races in there… also you have got to remember they’ve got a show to make. They will pick personalities.” Perhaps more notably, the show also appears to have taken steps towards more body diversity. Iranian Instagram star Anna Vikili has a noticeably curvier frame than her fellow contestants. Image copyright ITV Image caption Caroline Flack says headlines surrounding the show’s aftercare made her “really angry” Other romance-based shows, such as as First …

Martha Plimpton: I am terrified for the women of my country

The former teen star on being born into an acting dynasty, her anger at the abortion ban in Alabama and the trouble with American cinema Sweat at the Donmar Warehouse, a searingly topical play by Lynn Nottage that examines the deep-rooted discontent and anxiety that helped put Donald Trump in the White House. Sweat transfers to the West End next week. Would you like to see more working-class stories like Sweat on our stages and screens?Absolutely. One of the things I love about the play is its about people whose stories we dont usually hear or see. What is so compelling is how very human and universal the feelings are that Lynn is writing about. Its more than just a …

‘I wouldn’t be the refugee, I’d be the girl who kicked ass’: how taekwondo made me

The long read: When she arrived in the US as a 10-year-old refugee, Dina Nayeri found it hard to fit in. But that all changed when she hatched a plan to get into Harvard by becoming a taekwondo champion When I was 13, three years after arriving in the US with my mother and brother, I devised a plan to get into the Ivy League. I was a refugee kid with no money and I lived in Iran, she had done horse-riding and tennis. But then the revolution happened, and her sporty body was draped and forgotten. Banned from public exercise, she took to pounding her ass against walls to get that chic, saddle-flattened effect of the late 70s. Sometimes …

‘Giving up booze helped me buy my house’

‘I’m done here’ “I wasn’t very happy – I was drinking a lot, going out a lot and not having the best time,” said Ms McAllister. “I hated how I felt the next day. “I hated the times I drank a lot and couldn’t remember anything. “Nights that started well, all dressed up and surrounded by my best friends would end in an argument, regrettable texts or a blackout not remembering how I got home.” Image copyright Laurie McAllister Image caption Laurie McAllister five days after going teetotal in December 2016 That day, she launched her blog Girl and Tonic, and wrote about the challenge of remembering she did not need to drink to have fun. Stopping drinking gave her …

Kevin Spacey in surprise appearance at sexual assault case hearing

Spacey, 59, accused of groping young man in Nantucket bar in 2016 and faces up to two and a half years in jail if convicted Wearing a gray suit and glasses, Kevin Spacey appeared on Monday at a Massachusetts courthouse where a judge was set to hold a hearing in the case accusing the disgraced actor of groping a young man at a Nantucket bar in 2016. Spaceys appearance was a surprise as he was not required to attend the hearing and has stayed away from the courthouse except for a brief hearing in January, which he also tried to avoid. The 59-year-old former House of Cards actor, who has pleaded not guilty to a charge of indecent assault and …

D-Day landmarks listed for 75th anniversary

Image copyright Steven Baker Image caption Replica landing craft installations in Braunton Burrrows, Devon “As we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, it is right that we continue to honour the memory of those who fought for peace in one of the decisive moments of the Second World War,” Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright said. Image copyright Paul Pettitt Image caption Seven Army tanks lost during a D-Day rehearsal off Studland Beach in Dorset will be listed “Evidence of D-Day planning, rehearsal and the actual operation is all around us, on our coastline and in our waters, helping to tell the D-Day story,” said Duncan Wilson, chief executive of Historic England. “These tanks, armoured bulldozers, Mulberry harbour components and concrete training …

Does Twitter Even Know How to Tweet?

Franz Reichelt, the Flying Taylor, leapt from the Eiffel Tower on February 4, 1912, expecting his homemade parachute to do its job. Nobody actually thought he would jump. To secure deck access, Reichelt had assured Parisian police that he would be sending a dummy over the edge. When the chute failed to fill, it was very much a real person who hit the ground. The French press immediately seized upon Reichelt as a morality tale—the foolish Icarian inventor who disregarded warnings and became the broken embodiment of the cost of moving too fast. The modern-day Reichelt is not a man, but a corporation: Twitter. The social media platform is, as everyone has said innumerable times, deeply flawed, yet it blithely …

A Budding Movement Is Helping Progressive Asian American Christians Feel Less Lonely

“Having a place where all of the things that made me weird in the rest of my life were normal was completely life-changing,” Lin recalled. Like many progressive Asian American Christians today, Lin felt she was being forced to choose between theology and community. This quandary swirled through her head in late 2016, as she observed the presidential election and the betrayal that many Asian American evangelicals felt as they watched their white co-religionists vote in droves for Donald Trump. She wondered if there were others like her, people who wanted a space where they could be progressive, Asian American, and Christian. “I know you’re out there, and I wish we all could meet somehow,” Lin wrote in an article published on …

Jennifer Hudson Blows Crowd Away In Surprise Performance Honoring Aretha Franklin

Jennifer Hudson Aretha Franklin with her performance of “Amazing Grace.” shared her excitement to honor Franklin, who was posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize Special Citation honor in April.  Hudson, who is slated to portray Franklin in a “I looked up and I thought, ‘You know what, it’s like Aretha’s spirit is in me. She She continued, “I got here in time, five minutes early to sing, because I wasn’t going to miss it. Honey I said, ‘If I got to walk, if I got to crawl, I’m going to get there.’ And here I am — so it’s in my heart.” Hudson’s performance of song “Amazing Grace” was a tribute to Franklin’s acclaimed 1972 live gospel album of the same …