The miniskirt contained two patches that each bore a striking resemblance to the cartoon frog Pepe, a popular meme that has been declared a hate symbol.
A mum-to-be has turned to Mumsnet to gauge opinion about this unusual baby name. But what did the Internet think about the unique moniker?
Forget Mr Tumble, nothing can hold a child’s attention quite like a YouTube vid of a person unveiling that little yellow egg inside a Kinder Surprise. Clearly, there is something in this whole unwrapping-by-proxy thing, but what is it that children find so enthralling?
Experts have long been waxing lyrical about the amazing qualities of breast milk when it comes to feeding a baby. Not only does it offer them the perfect blend of nutrition, but breast milk also contains antibodies that can boost your child’s immune system. While, studies have also revealed this to be true, seeing the incredible powers of breast milk with your own eyes, is pretty darned amazing.
This time it’s the turn of Amy Schumer to be on the receiving end of the cruel jibes. Over the weekend, rumours started swirling that Amy was set to be cast as Barbie in Mattel’s upcoming live action adaption. The film, which is a mix of animation and live-action, aims to put a modern spin on the way beauty is tied up with identity, and will follow Barbie as she is kicked out of Barbieland and into the real world.
Last month a British dad launched an appeal to find his severely autistic son an exact replacement for the only sippy cup he will drink from. Explaining that Ben had drunk out of this certain cup since he was two-years-old, he said he was at a loss because Tommee Tippee had discontinued that particular style and colour and failing to find a new one could result in serious consequences for Ben’s health. After the dad shared his plea on Twitter with the hashtag #CupForBen, people all over the world began retweeting it and offering to help.
That moment in which you’re at a party and figure out someone you know is wearing an identical outfit to you is a cliché for a reason - it’s annoying and more than a touch embarrassing. But count yourself lucky, because a few photos have been doing the rounds on the internet of people out and about - on the bus, out shopping - wearing outfits that are absolutely identical to total strangers’. And these don’t only feature two people wearing the same clothes - sometimes it’s three or even more. In rarer cases, women and men are awkwardly wearing the same thing, while others even appear to match their surroundings.
Is it a mere craze and, a bit like Facebook or trendy facial hair, have we reached ‘peak Tinder’? Let’s get one thing straight – people haven’t stopped using Tinder. Singletons (and people in relationships, let’s be honest) are still swiping 1.4 billion times a day, and as dating expert and life coach Jo Barnett says, Tinder’s popularity has meant that online dating has never been more normal.