A man in Edmonton who made international headlines for holding onto a wrapped Christmas gift from a high-school girlfriend who dumped him nearly 50 years ago finally learned what it was on Thursday when she travelled to the city and opened it for him. Adrian Pearce, now a married father of two, received the small present wrapped in shiny, purple paper shortly before Christmas 1971 from Vicki Allen, who was his very first sweetheart at George S. Henry Secondary School in Toronto. Dejected, Pearce returned to his family's home, threw it under the Christmas tree and vowed never to open it.
Matt Cox decided to teach his daughter a lesson after she got suspended from riding the bus for a second time this year.
Staffers appear to be grasping at air in a retouched image, which after being ridiculed was removed and replaced by a naturally beverage-free picture.
A bride's list of ridiculous demands posted to her wedding party Facebook group has quickly gone viral after it was shared on Reddit.
An Arizona woman turned her dog into a meme when she dressed the pooch in a neon pink kevlar vest with porcupine-like quills — aka a Coyote Vest.
A mother says she was humiliated when she was scolded by a dentist for breastfeeding her infant daughter.
"I need you to be out of the flat on week days during normal working hours (9-5) because I work from home and I need the place to myself."
"I need y’all to help me find my best friend cause I miss her and I need to see how she’s doing now."
After Laura Avila died following a nose job in Mexico that went terribly wrong, her fiancé, who is accusing the Mexican doctors of murder, said, "I'm kind of numb right now."
"This can't be, who can afford to pay for everyone's layaway? And he said 'Santa Clause can,'" said a woman in the layaway line.
What seemed like a hilarious and innocent father-son moment turned into a soap opera when a woman revealed he isn’t really the father.
"Instagram never liked my Munchkin and it killed me inside. His photos never got as many likes. Never got comments."
A New Jersey couple and a homeless man have been charged with second-degree crimes for fabricating a story to scam money out of unsuspecting online donors.
A kind stranger stepped in to show a white mother how to style her adopted African-American daughter's hair — and the two moms bonded instantly.
The comedian and "A Star Is Born" actor might photobomb your engagement pics if you’re polite and serve the country.
"I am rewriting my list of rules for my husband, I was told that my first lot were a bit harsh."
"You see moms committing suicide. And I couldn't understand it. How do you leave your kids behind like that?"