Pears that look like tiny Buddhas, sass&bide's new underwear collection and a baby who looks exactly like Mrs Doubtfire. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
Victoria Beckham's wardrobe clearance sale, the world's cutest baby panda and pit bulls showing their softer side. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
YouTube is killing the movie star?
NEDAHL STELIO The top five teen idols in the US are YouTube stars, not movie stars.
Crocheted wigs that make babies look like Cabbage Patch Kids, 'flash' tattoos and new Converse sneakers by Missoni. By Jenna Clarke and Simone Mitchell.
It's world cat day, so here are our favourite images from the top 50 'hilarious cat' Google search results.
Ivan Hewitt Many of us have our pet hates in the English language. Ivan Hewett runs through the weasel words that have lost their original meaning.
A comprehensive guide
Caitlin Dewey It’s impossible to guess what “the kids” will dream up next — as long as they have cameras and underdeveloped prefrontal cortexes, there’s really no saying.
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... Kylie's backside on GQ, Target's collaboration with Missoni and Sandra Bullock's debaucherous 50th birthday party. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
'They don't look good in selfies'
Edward Malnick Black cats are apparently facing a new existential challenge – the rise of the “selfie” in the age of social media.
Rise of the fistbump
Researchers have found that greeting people with a fistbump rather than a handshake can reduce the spread of bacteria by up to 90 per cent. But that's one of many reasons why we should all adopt the gesture.
Rod Stewart sans pants, people napping in Ikea Beijing and a hot chocolate revolution. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
Creepy cat fact
Derek Willis Your cat may never give up your secrets. But your cat photos might.
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A girl with no filter thanks to laughing gas, an incredibly awkward photo bomb and a toaster than burns a selfie onto your breakfast. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
Best selfie ever?
Rachel Clun An American teenager has been catapaulted to worldwide fame after taking a selfie with Sir Paul McCartney and Warren Buffet.
Daniel Miller The Hollywood cameraman who insists he invented the celebrity selfie in 1981.
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Dunny paper doll dresses, K.Stew's new hair and the best lemonade stall in the world. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
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Who Wore it Best Wednesday, Lara Bingle's new hair, Kate Middleton in Zimmerman at Wimbledon and a blemish treatment that actually works. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
Nyree McFarlane A Facebook group called 'What Happens at Private School Goes on Snapchat' documents the ridiculousness of some elite public schools in the UK.
The Nick Kyrgios 'juicy wiggle'
JENNA CLARKE Forget Dancing With The Stars and other versions of reality television, for drama and dance moves usually seen in pubs an hour before last call, one cannot look past the world of professional tennis.
RACHEL CLUN A video of a "Crazy in Love" groom doing a coreographed dance with his groomsmen at his wedding has gone viral.
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Caffeinated french fries, Cara Delevingne's apparent narcolepsy and a creative response to the #FreeTheNipple campaign. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
A bulldog in a stair lift, an Aussie World Cup t-shirt from the Olsen twins and Kardashians with no tops on. By Simone Mitchell and Jenna Clarke.
Neha Prakash The ad serves as a hilarious followup to last July's "Camp Gyno" ad, which amassed more than 7 million YouTube views.
You know you're a millennial when
Radhika Sanghani As the V&A museum in London features Primark jeans and Katy Perry's falsies in a new exhibition of the everyday, Radhika Sanghani lists seven other things that spell out (sadly) millennial life.
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Prior to beheading enemies and patronising brothels, the Game of Thrones actors wore shoulder pads and embraced '90s fashion. This article first appeared on Mashable.
JENNA CLARKE It's official: a sense of humour is in vogue and in Vogue, according to the usually frosty doyenne of fashion, Anna Wintour.
TESSA VAN DER RIET It's the stuff a gamer's dreams are made of. But a new live puzzle experience in Flemington, Escape Room, is having a far broader appeal.
AMY CORDEROY Real-time Twitter analysis is being used to map the world's emotions, according to Sydney researchers who have already seen noticeable changes in the national mood since the federal budget was announced.
LIVIA GAMBLE Studies reveal the most common reasons that people cut the Facebook cords.