The family dubbed retired marine Andy Bass a "superhero" after he helped them flee from Afghanistan.
The worker, named as Vito, threatened to "pop out" of people's furniture if he catches them using the popular tool in the way TikTokers suggest.
The video from a person purporting to be a Wendy's employee has hit over seven million views after revealing how patties are re-used for the dish.
The Texas driver was tracked down thanks to the internet after leaving a goody bag with a touching poem and a card with a handwritten personalized message.
The video shows the truck heaving with parcels and has been viewed over 500,000 times in just one day.
The son shared online that he has uninvited his cousins from his wedding after discovering they shared information about him to his mother.
The Alaskan man used nothing but his voice and body to deter the ferocious animal, in a video viewed over five million times.
Xyla struggled to find her forever home, but after her new shelter was able to recognize her deafness, she was finally able to communicate.
The student was told her miscarriage did not constitute "extenuating circumstances." She challenged her university in a letter that is going viral on TikTok and is now hoping to change its policy.
Cleaner Auri Katariina has been hailed a "hero" after flying to clean the house left to decay for five years due to the owner's declining mental health.
The vehicle owner's car seemed to disappear every time she finally reached the level it was on, despite her being able to see it from other levels.
Former news reporter Kayla Sullivan hilariously dubbed her son a "2-year-old terrorist" in the viral video that has been shared across social media.
"Over the five years of hosting, guests never cease to amaze us," wrote the hosts in a viral video showing that they were forced to completely replace the box.
The mall featured in a viral post online with storefronts like Bath & Body Works is frozen in a simpler time, causing waves of nostalgia.
"I found it in my boyfriend's drawer so I am doing some investigation," she told Tampax in an email shown in the video online.
The 28-year-old asked for advice online in a popular post after telling his niece about her grandparents' actions towards him.
Police were called to Southlake Mall in Indiana after five shots were fired in building. The Claire's employee dubbed the incident "evil" in the viral video.
Asking for unsalted fries is often really a plan by customers to ensure they get fresh fries, but this McDonald's worker deals with things differently.
The little-known information shows how passengers "bumped" from their flight can get four times their ticket fee paid back to them.
Whiskers Cat Café warned owners of the "princess level pampering" she required, including being the only animal in the house, regular blow outs and heat pads.
"This really messed up my self esteem as a teen," wrote one user, after seeing model Karoline Bjørnelykke stuff a girdle full of padding in a viral video.
The mom asked for opinions in a popular post online, after hearing her sister-in-law refer to her baby as a cabbage patch kid.
The sign posted in the bathroom offered a free year-long membership to anyone who could provide a description of the "dirtbag" urinating in the sauna.
The technique has been viewed over 27 million times and involves a kitchen item you already have in your house.
"We were able to experience one last gift from them," Holly Pomeroy, who made the discovery of gifts and cards potentially of 25 years ago, told Newsweek.
From a "bait" pup learning to love again to a 101-year-old adopting a shelter's eldest cat, this year provided plenty of heartwarming stories.
The mom shared that she can no longer look at her husband after she discovered he had a vasectomy.
The woman in the video cited California's discrimination laws while being told to leave, but lawyer Michael Mandell explained why she's wrong.
"If you'll take this, you can make me happy forever." Brian Prentiss told his wife in a movie-like "re-proposal" that has been viewed 9 million times.
The sign, which has gained attention online, is proudly hung in the restaurant and reads: "Just ask for a free box, we won't ask a single question."