Why people can't just smile when they take a picture I don't know. At some point recently people decided that sticking out your lips when you take a picture was cute - we call it the 'Duck Face'. I'll admit that some people can pull off the duck face and look fine doing it...but for the most part it needs to stop! The good news is that it may stop soon thanks to the hot new photo trend - the 'Surp
Everyone loves a trip down memory lane. Throwback Thursdays are a huge thing online right now - especially on Facebook where the hot new trend is to re-post your original profile picture and make it your current picture.
It was great to see everyone who came to the parade and the Twin Falls City Park over the weekend for Western Days! Everyone I spoke to had an incredible time. A lot of kids got bags and bags of candy during the parade. Everyone ate delicious food. The crowd in front of the band-shell danced to great music! Little kids rode carnival rides and watched Keith Adams perform motorcycle stunts.
Know a man (or very brave woman?) who wants to show off their facial hair for No Shave November? Send us those pics and you could win a $100 Advantage Archery Gift Certificate in Advantage Archery‘s ‘No Shave November’ Photo Contest!
Last night I sent my husband to a store to pick up some things I had ordered and like the awesome person that I am I forgot to send him with the receipt. He called me from the store and asked if I had the receipt. Luckily, I had the receipt with me so I took a picture of it and sent it to him...
The Internet photo sensation called "planking," which can be best described as extreme lying down, led to a 20-year-old Australian man plunging to his death while partaking in the fad this weekend, police said.
Queensland police said the man fell several stories from a Brisbane high-rise early Sunday morning while engaging in the activity, in which the planker lies flat on their stomach
Ypsilanti Woman Upset over Photo Posted on "People of Walmart" Website: MyFoxDETROIT.com
So you find an embarrassing photo of yourself or a loved one online. You feel awful. You want the website to remove it, destroy it, and make sure no one sees it. Basically, you want the photo to go away as quickly and quietly as possible.
And for a woman in Michigan, her solution for making that