Screw the school; just give me nap time.
“He quit university to make YouTube videos and work at a hot dog stand.
It’s rather bizarre to think about it, but breakfasts differ wildly around the world. So, what’s eaten in Japan would make people in Norway turn their noses up, and vice versa.
I guess it’s not all that surprising, but the range in tastes and textures people think make the perfect start to the day vary so massively, it’s quite difficult to get your head around it.
YouTuber Shane Dawson has come out as bisexual. And no one really gives a crap.
Those who know who he is — an annoying nobody who posts videos online — will still like him, and those who don’t won’t care one iota. Which is as it’s should be.
“The owners of a Portland-area bakery that denied service to a same-sex couple must pay $135,000 in damages, the bureau of labor and industries has ruled.
“It is one of the biggest social and health problems facing Japan – about 1 million people, mostly men, have locked themselves in their bedrooms and will not come out.
Yeah? How about the nightmares that just knock the f*ck out of me when things are going well? Hrmph.
“After nearly a decade together, Kourtney Kardashian has reportedly called it quits with her bad-boy baby daddy Scott Disick.
The United States had a rather momentous month in June, with the Confederate flag being banned from most states, and gay marriage being legalized in all states.
This is progress towards equality. It’s accepting that while intolerance still exists, the authorities aren’t going to stand by and let that intolerance fester.
Greece is in deep financial trouble at the moment, with mounting debts and no way of paying them back. They owe serious institutions too, like the International Monetary Fund, which doesn’t take kindly to debtors refusing repayments.
The question is, how did Europe get into this mess in the first place? Bloomberg has the answer, or at least its own biased version of the answer.