I love a good Halloween costume, even if it's not terrifying. Willie Nelson thinks the same too, which is why he asks his Facebook fans to dress up as him on the spookiest day of the year. The 85-year-old country singer gets a good laugh out of all the pictures of people and animals dressing up as him, and we do too!These 15 Willie Nelson costumes will have your rolling on the floor laughing.
With the rise of the #MeToo movement in society, everyone should be aware of the importance of consent. While it's imperative that we start teaching our children this crucial lesson at an early age, some people may find it difficult to explain it to the youngsters in a child-friendly way.However, one elementary school teacher from Los Angeles, California found a solution on how to educate her students on consent, in a way their young
Jessica Padgett and her fiance, Kendall Murphy, seemed like they were heading for their "happily ever after," until tragedy struck.The couple from Montgomery, Indiana were set to tie the knot in September.But last November, Murphy, a volunteer firefighter, was struck and killed by another firefighter, who was allegedly driving with a blood alcohol level more than twice Indiana's legal limit.Mandi Knepp - Loving Live PhotographyDespite the tragedy, 10 months after losing her
Every so often an internet video comes along that just gives the whole world a case of the giggles.Most recently, the cause of all the laughter is an unassuming Scottish grandma named Janice Clark, who just couldn't make it through a very silly picture book.Originally posted in a small Facebook sewing group, Clark's hilarious reading has since been watched more than four million times.If you're in a bad mood right now, we
Losing a close family member is tragic, even if they were part of your life for a short period of time. Barry Miller not only lost a new member of his family in a sudden accident, but his best friend: His beloved six-month-old puppy Leo. The dog owner is now issuing a warning to everybody who owns a cat or dog about the dangers of certain snack packaging, and you'll definitely want to spread the
Scam calls are increasing at an alarming rate, and they're not about to slow down any time soon. A new report by First Orion, a U.S. company that creates call blocking and caller ID technology, estimates that by early 2019, nearly half of all your mobile calls will be scam.The reality is, scammers are finding creative ways to steal your private information, and it's actually working. According to the FTC, nearly one in