The way to challenge somebody who thinks sexuality is a choice is by turning the tables.
When Travis Nuckolls and Chris Baker asked a group of straight people on whether being gay is a choice, the two switched things over by asking their subjects when they chose to be straight.
This is absolutely perfect and the responses here are surprisingly lovely and very reasonable. Hopefully this video can make others understand sexuality a bit more.
A magician never reveals his secrets. But sometimes, their secrets are revealed for them.
That’s exactly what happened when this TV host tried to perform a card trick for little Murray. He may be young, but he has a keen eye, and when he notices something is off, hilarity ensues.
This video is proof that kids are a lot smarter than we give them credit for. If this man learned anything from this experience, I hope it was to never underestimate the intelligence of a child, no matter what their age.
Twitter is a great way to follow your favourite celebs and athletes, but some of the things they tweet are a little bit careless.
Filled with misspellings, grammatical errors and often times, gibberish that nobody can understand, sometimes I wish there was an autocorrect tool I could use to immediately brush up those mistakes (Don’t blame me! I had to take a grammar exam in first year university!).
But upon seeing some photos of a group of second graders practicing their skills by correcting a bunch of embarrassing tweets by NFL players, I now know that I have faith in the future generation.
Thank God, for the world’s educators. Teaching, you’re doing it right.
Tyler Sullivan is one lucky fifth grader. Set to introduce the president at a Honeywell factory in Minneapolis, Tyler’s father Ryan, allowed his son to skip school to meet President Barack Obama.
Making sure Tyler had something to show teachers, the president wrote a note explaining Tyler’s absence.
Well played. Now that’s a note that can get you of detention!
It’s official…The Princess Diaries actress Anne Hathaway has signed on to star as Secret Agent 99 in the upcoming remake of Get Smart.
Hathaway will pair up with Steve Carrell, who’ll play the absent-minded agent Maxwell Smart.
The 1960s adaptation will take place in present day, though Agent 99 and Smart are still working and loyal to secret service agency Control.
The twosome will battle the tyrannical forces of KAOS as they struggle to compete with other spy agencies such as the CIA due to a lack of government funding.
Smallville Star Kristen Kreuk was reportedly Warner Bros.’ first choice to play Agent 99 but the role is now ostensibly in the hands of Hathaway
Peter Segal will shoot the picture that’s scheduled to begin filming in March 2007.