Psychiatrist Carole Lieberman told Newsweek: "The poster is using this opportunity to get attention for her religious beliefs."
One brand is on the hunt for people who want to celebrate their 21st birthday all over again.
A TikTok showing a crowded pool bar in Kyiv was met with comments suggesting that the U.S. was funding the social lives of Ukrainians instead of the war.
This week's Pet of the Week is Jinx who recently had his first ever "pool party."
"This is the best thing you can do for your daughter," said one commenter on the viral Reddit post.
Corden attended the A-list party in the Hamptons hosted by billionaire Michael Rubin alongside some of the biggest names in show business and sport.
"Willow is just waiting for everybody to FINALLY go home," read one comment.
The woman organized the bride's engagement party and even got her a special gift to mark the occasion but was still omitted from the guest list.
"He was two minutes from the venue when he collapsed at the wheel," the bride said, recalling the moment her father-in-law suffered a cardiac arrest.
One person felt the approach left guests "confused," while another thought "the need to be funny" was distracting from the ceremony.
An expert told Newsweek: "In terms of baby-shower etiquette, it's becoming commonplace to have members of the opposite sex attend."
Musician and designer Kanye "Ye" West was feted at a party to celebrate his 46th birthday over the weekend.
Her boyfriend has so far refused to apologize for his comments and instead blamed her for "making poor choices."
Her father initially accused her of "lying" over the claims—but she had the perfect response
Teenagers were among those injured after masked gunmen opened fire as up to 60 juveniles gathered in cars to perform risky "donuts."
"Of all the parties in your life, your wedding party should be the one you can do your way," the couple told Newsweek.
The woman said the costs have "spiraled" and she feels guilty as the money could have gone on a holiday with her kids.
Pickle was joined by a crowd of friends and family for his second birthday celebrations—but the pupper wasn't keen on sticking around.
One Mumsnet user accused the mom of reacting in a "ridiculous and unreasonable" way to a simple emoji.
Licensed psychologist Ashley Castro told Newsweek that family and friends should give the child positive feedback, rather than making them feel even worse.
The dog's owner said: "I looked over and saw her longing for the presents with the absolute biggest pout on her face. I couldn't help but laugh."
The screen star's choice of ensemble for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party attracted a wave of criticism on social media.
The mother-in-law has suggested a different venue and concept for the toddler's birthday, as she wants a "bigger party" for the one-year-old.
Former House speaker swapped Washington for Hollywood as she attended the event, which has long been seen as the hot-ticket party on Oscars night.
The musician turned heads in a gothic black Rick Owens gown that featured a sweeping black tulle skirt and a plunging neckline.
"I don't want to upset them as they have been amazing friends and are great with my daughter," the mom wrote. "But I had to draw the line somewhere."
"It honestly sounds like she was forcing everyone to participate in her kink without their consent," commented one Reddit user.
The wedding videographer said: "The groom was a bit embarrassed that the dog was making a fuss."
The woman argued that she had attended plenty of her friend's birthdays and bachelorette parties "only happen once."
"I wouldn't unless it's a spontaneous wedding and all the other guests got an invite the day before," one person commenting online wrote.