A couple who laughs together, stays together.
Marriage is not always sunshine and rainbows. If you are able to find the humor in it, it makes life a lot easier.
Here are some of the most hilarious (yet... relate-able) tweets that could only come from a true married person.
This chilling video shows a ghost bike slowly driving down a Malaysian highway and it appears to be driver-less.
Since being posted, it has had over 1.5 million views and is sparking a huge internet debate: is it real or not?
One viewer commented, "Oh my goodness, this is so eerie. I'm getting goosebumps. If it were me, I would turn the throttle to the maximum and get out of there."
Another joked, "This ghost must have died due to rempit. It's giving a warning to others so we don't end up like that."
Mat Rempit is a Malaysian term for any individual who participates in immoral activities and public disturbances using a motorcycle as their main form of transportation.
Others are not so convinced about the authenticity of the video.
One viewer added, "My boyfriend said that the rider actually fell down from the bike that is why the motor was still moving even without a rider.. Only God knows."
The camera man nor the biker have yet to be identified.
The hardest thing about love is that everyone loves and needs to be loved in different ways. It is important to keep reminding your partner that you care about them in new ways to keep the relationship healthy. Here are some simple ways to remind that special someone that they are special to you.
You may know that flashing light can induce photosensitive epileptic seizures, but scientists are now discovering that some still images can trigger seizures as well.
Some researchers have hypothesized that our brains are not comfortable with extreme stripe patterns and doesn't know how to properly process these images. Looking at vertical lines can trigger a neural loop of brain activity, which in severe cases can lead to epilepsy.
Researchers think there may also be a link to vertical lines and migraines. The study authors believe that stripes in clothing, buildings or public artworks could be triggering disabling headaches, particularly in people who are already sensitive to light.
"Even perfectly healthy people may feel modest discomfort from the images that are most likely to trigger seizures in photosensitive epilepsy." said Dr. Dora Hermes
Every year since 1989, the IceHotel has been redesigned and rebuilt in the village of Jukkasjarvi next to the shores of the Torne River.
The 28th version of the hotel has just opened for winter and the whole thing is mind blowing. This year, the artists used 30,000 cubic meters of snow and ice and 500 tons of clear natural ice for glass.
A total of 36 artists from 17 different countries around the world were chosen to help design and build this year’s hotel, which opened on December 15.
It also features 35 uniquely designed deluxe suites, an ice ceremony hall and a brand new frozen playground for children. Also for the younger guests, a creative snow park has been sectioned off from the rest of the hotel where children can make snow angels, build mini ice hotels and even carve their own designs into a special snow fortress.
Dorset-based sculptor and taxidermist Lisa Lindqvist has created another suite called A Wandering Cloud, which features a huge ice-carved cloud hanging over the frozen bed.
A Tennessee woman gave birth using a 24 year old frozen embryo, conceived only 18 months after herself was born. That makes baby Emma the longest known frozen embryo to come to birth.
The National Embryo Donation Center (NEDC) announced Tuesday that the baby girl was born on November 25 to Tina Gibson, who is 26 years old. Which means that Gibson gave birth to an embryo that was only 1.5 years younger than she was.
Baby Emma was cyropreserved in 1992 and placed in Gibson's uterus earlier this year through "frozen embryo transfer".
“Emma is such a sweet miracle,” Benjamin Gibson, Tina’s husband, said. “I think she looks pretty perfect to have been frozen all those years ago.”
Dr. Jeffrey Kennan, the Director of NEDC, says that he hopes that baby Emma's story inspires others to help families in need and donate their embryos.
Nearly 700 pregnancies have been possible thanks to the center's adoption center with eggs donated from all over the United States.
Emma was about 20 inches at birth and weighed 6 lbs., 8 oz.
“It is deeply moving and highly rewarding to see that embryos frozen 24.5 years ago using the old, early cryopreservation techniques of slow freezing on day one of development at the pronuclear stage can result in 100 percent survival of the embryos with a 100 percent continued proper development to the Day-3 embryo stage,” said NEDC Lab Director, Carol Sommerfelt.
There is no better place to dive into your deepest thoughts than while you are in the shower. As a matter of fact, Reddit has a whole section dedicated to this called "Shower Thoughts". Here are some of this weeks thoughts that might make you go hmmmmm.
Samson motors is releasing the world's first flying sports car in the spring of 2018 and it is called the Switchblade.
Designed by Oregon-based Samson Motors, the Switchblade is a three wheel car that can hold two passengers. When on the ground the car measures 16.7 feet long, but with the wings extended it measures 20.3 feet long.
That means you can drive it both on the streets and in the air.
While in the air, the Switchblade can reach a speed of 200 mph and can fly at an altitude of 13,000 feet. While on the ground, it can reach speeds up to 100 mph.
Unlike vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) vehicles, the Switchblade can't takeoff from the road, and will need to be flown from regular airports.
A spokesperson for Samson said: "You can drive the Switchblade to any public airport to take off, and may land at the same, or any other, public airport. You can also take off and land from any private airport where you have privileges."
In terms of engine, the Switchblade is powered by a 190bhp liquid-cooled 1.6-litre V4 engine, which gives the car a range of around 450 miles from the 113-liter fuel tank.
Three versions of the car exist – the Snowbird, for colder climates, the Trek, designed for heavy-duty landing, and the Aurora, which combines the Snowbird and Trek.
As if you needed another reason to hate spoiled rich kids...right?
The following 10 photos are proof that money can buy you a lot of things, but it can't buy you class.
People have cracked jokes about the "man flu" for decades, but a new study suggests that it actually might be a real thing. Dr. Kyle Sue, a Canadian doctor, claims that physiological differences between men and women can lead to different responses to viruses and colds.
“I do think that the research does point towards men having a weaker immune response when it comes to common viral respiratory infections and the flu,” Said Dr. Sue.“This is shown in the fact that they [have] worse symptoms, they last longer, they are more likely to be hospitalized and more likely to die from it.”
During his study, Dr. Sue found that testosterone could dampen the immune system’s response to influenza, while female sex hormones could actually boost it. He also indicated that studies show men can take twice as long to recover from viral illnesses, compared to women.
“There need to be more studies, higher quality studies that control for other factors between men and women before we can definitely say that this difference in immunity exists,” Sue told sources. “Is it that women are more resilient, that they are able to juggle more when they are ill, or is it that they don’t have as severe symptoms? That we are not too sure about. But I think everyone should be given the benefit of the doubt when they are ill.”