This has to be the cutest Vine that I've ever seen!
This girl thinks that she's pretty old. When asked how old, she replies with a pretty interesting comment.
I can't contain myself. It's a must see!
The 911 call made the day that Paul Walker's deadly crash took place has been released for the public to hear. And of course, TMZ has picked up on it and given it even more media exposure.
You can hear the cops refer to two codes in the call. A "Code D" means that both Walker and the other person in the car were dead on arrival. And a "Code N" means that the crash was a news worthy event to be covered.
Listen to the call below. I can only imagine what must've been going through the minds of these officers who first responded to the accident. RIP Paul!
I got you :)
Rumors were recently circling around relating to a potential dinner date that Katy Perry and Niall Horan from One Direction may have had at a New York City restaurant. This could've been a serious issue because, as we all know, Katy Perry is currently dating John Mayer.
It turns out that Horan and Perry just happened to be at the same restaurant and left at the same time.
Horan took to the airwaves to deny the rumor in full. You can listen to it below!
Wouldn't this have been an interesting story if he DID confirm that they were on a date?!
In the ever-growing cyber world of Facebook, I always see so many things that I think about posting, but don't necessarily get to.
Since today is a lazy Sunday for me, I thought I'd share with you my cute photo of the day.
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ISN'T IT JUST ADORABLE?! I had to text this picture to all of my lady friends and share it with all of you :)
There's a user on Instagram called @TipsForJesus. He's gotten quite a buzz in the media, because he leaves exorbitant tips to his waiters / waitresses.
All of the receipts pictured on his Instagram account are 100% valid, and definitely make the headlines for all of the positive reasons.
Just take a look at some of these pictures below that he's posted. $3,000, $5,000, even $10,000 tips he has left after buying a meal or drinks.
It's one of those things that just goes to show you that there is indeed extremely generous things that happen in this world of ours. If you ever got a tip from him that was worth a lot, would you want to accept the full amount? What would you do with the money?