Second (And Third) Screen

February 6th, 2017

Second (And Third) Screen - Couples

“So I walked in on my girlfriend.”

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That’s Not A Knife

February 6th, 2017

That’s Not A Knife - Kids

“My friend’s childhood photo.”

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15+ Hilarious Texts From Grandparents

February 3rd, 2017

15+ Hilarious Texts From Grandparents - Awkward Galleries

Text messaging is just a funny medium, period. When everybody is dashing off messages as quick as possible, you’re going to wind up with some hilarious misunderstandings–and that’s when people aren’t even trying to be funny. We’ve featured funny texts between family members before, and today we’ve got them from the elder generation. From autocorrect fails to accidental overshares to intentional overshares to sick burns, we love these grandparents and want to hang out with them all.

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Call Of Duty

February 3rd, 2017

Call Of Duty - Birthdays

“My nephew wanted the new Call of Duty (C.O.D.). I think I nailed it!”

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The Impersonal Touch

February 3rd, 2017

The Impersonal Touch - Birthdays

“I just received this ‘birthday card.'”

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If Toddlers Could Review Their Parents’ Electronics On Amazon

February 3rd, 2017

If Toddlers Could Review Their Parents’ Electronics On Amazon - Photos

When you’re thinking about buying an electronic device, you can have as much information as you want, thanks to helpful strangers around the Internet who review them. But this piece from Dan Wilbur at someecards imagines what it would be like if the reviews were from a toddler’s perspective. Rather than evaluating a gadget’s technical specs or user-friendliness, the toddlers are interested in how much fun it is to bang on them like a drum. If you’re a parent who’s had a device destroyed by a fun-seeking kid, enjoy!
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Anatomy Of A Harpooning

February 3rd, 2017

Anatomy Of A Harpooning - Photos

“Family BBQ. My uncle is trying to remove a harpoon, while I laugh my ass off.”

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