Post Malone Fans Think He Discovered Ozzy Osbourne After the Two Released a Song Together

Ugh, now I’m depressed.

This story really made me sad for the youth of today. I know that young people don’t always know the entertainers that came before them, but come on – it’s Ozzy Osbourne! The Prince of Darkness!

The singer of arguably the greatest heavy metal band of all time (Black Sabbath) who also had a killer solo career. Not mention The Osbournes?

Let’s run down just a selection of the hits from his solo career: Crazy Train, Mama I’m Coming Home, No More Tears, Mr. Crowley, Over the Mountain, Suicide Solution, I Don’t Know, Miracle Man.

I mean, the hits never stop.

But none of that matters, apparently, because a whole lot of people on the Internet think that singer Post Malone, who is 24 years, “discovered” this fella named Ozzy Osbourne, who is 70 years old, and then the two collaborated on a song together called “Take What You Want.”

A lot of other people, like me, were in complete disbelief that folks didn’t know about the legendary Ozzy and they had to sound off on Twitter.

I guess we should cut these youngsters some slack, but damn, this is pretty disappointing. Study up on your elders, kids! It’s important to know who blazed the trail for those artists you enjoy today.

And Ozzy is a legend. He’s done it all, seen it all, and, to be honest, it’s kind of shocking that he’s still roaming around Planet Earth based on all the insane things he did FOR YEARS.

Oh, here’s the song, by the way.

Shaking my damn head for days over this one…

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A Travel Influencer Admits to Photoshopping Her Pics After People Keep Noticing the Same Cloud Formation

This influencer culture is kind of weird, right?

A travel influencer with more than 300,000 Instagram followers has admitted to using Photoshop to add cloud formations to some of her photos after people noticed the clouds were the same in multiple photos.

Tupi Saravia said that she uses photo editing software after screenshots of some of her Instagram photos went viral.

Saravia said in an email, “I can’t believe how far this went I used an app called Quickshot to help the composition of the photograph when the sky is burned or overexposed.” She added, “I just happened to like that one.”

She continued, “They were always aware about this [photo editing] because I never hide it I always tell [them] the apps I use. Actually I’m the first one to tell the joke [that] the clouds are following me around the world.”

People weighed in online after the story came to light.

If you ask me (and I know you didn’t), the whole thing is just strange. I guess traveling for free and getting products at no cost would be nice for a while, but how long can that really last? There was a survey put out this summer that revealed that American kids would rather be YouTube stars than astronauts. If that’s not depressing, I don’t know what is.

I’m shaking my head over here…

What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments – we’d like to hear from you!

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An Instagram Influencer Defended Posting Photos of Her Motorcycle Accident and She Insists It’s All Real

I still can’t figure out how this “influencer” culture that surrounds us actually works. So people are famous and make a living because they have a lot of followers on Instagram…but I’m not really sure what they actually do.

But what do I know? Very strange times we live in…

But let’s move on to the story.

A lifestyle blogger named Tiffany Mitchell, who has more than 200,000 Instagram followers, was called out by some people on the social media network because of her decision to turn her motorcycle accident into an impromptu photoshoot that she posted online.

Photo Credit: Instagram

Photo Credit: Instagram

Photo Credit: Instagram

A lot of Mitchell’s followers wished her well, but there were some who thought the whole accident (and photoshoot) was a staged scene.

Photo Credit: Instagram

One person commented, “This must have been super scary and I’m glad you’re okay, but… if my friend continued to take photos while I was lying semi-unconscious in the road, I’d be furious. I love your photos but it’s a little weird to include those.”

Here are some more responses from people who were cynical that the accident even took place:

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Mitchell insists the accident was legit. She said, “I didn’t know she was taking them, but later on when she showed them to me I was so grateful that she captured such an intense moment for me.”

Mitchell further insisted, “All motives for taking the photos and sharing them along with the details of the experience were good. I’m really sad that raising this topic without all the context may inspire negativity and hatred, but I did my best and hope whatever happens can add to people’s lives in some way.”

Other commenters pointed out that the perfectly placed bottle of Smartwater was a little curious, but Mitchell insisted, “I would never turn a very important personal story like this into a brand campaign. The water was given to me while I was resting.”

In response to all the backlash, she posted this photo and explanation.

View this post on Instagram

I’ve been figuring out how to respond to everything that’s unfolded recently regarding the post I shared 3 weeks ago about my moto accident. I won’t get into that post here (see my Moto Accident story highlight for all the details), but I want to talk about the reactions I’ve been getting to the article @buzzfeednews posted sensationalizing what I went through that day, and making a mockery of the post I shared. As a result, I’ve been accused of staging the accident to get attention, using it as a product placement opportunity with a water company, and other things I can’t even wrap my head around. I’ve been sharing real life stories here since I started my account. I’ve opened up about miscarriage, divorce, anxiety, losing my partner in a moto accident 3 years ago, and navigating the grief that followed. I’ve chosen to use Instagram as a tool for healing and connecting with other humans who may be going through similar things so we can do it together. And it’s been beautiful. When I work with brands, they’re ones I personally enjoy, and I disclose every single sponsorship. Accusing someone of faking or exploiting an accident is extremely serious—because what if you’re wrong? It really happened to me, and I was scared. I really was injured and had to recover. I was in shock laying on the side of the road, having flashbacks to when I lost someone very important to me. Friends were by my side, strangers called an ambulance, waited while I was checked out and then gave me a ride home. When I found out my professional photographer friend who I’d been shooting with earlier took photos of everything, I was completely moved. I shared this on my feed with humans who have been on a journey with me for years because I knew they would understand what it meant to me and I understood what it would mean to them. I’m sad that something so true and personal has been treated this way, and disappointed in BuzzFeed for spinning it there. I would just ask that if you’re here because of this, consider that the post I made was something real that happened in my life that resonated deeply with me and those who have chosen to follow me. That’s what it was intended for. 💛🌾

A post shared by Tiffany / 👻 tifforelie (@tifforelie) on

Like I said, we live in strange times…

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An Instagram Influencer Defended Posting Photos of Her Motorcycle Accident and She Insists It’s All Real

I still can’t figure out how this “influencer” culture that surrounds us actually works. So people are famous and make a living because they have a lot of followers on Instagram…but I’m not really sure what they actually do.

But what do I know? Very strange times we live in…

But let’s move on to the story.

A lifestyle blogger named Tiffany Mitchell, who has more than 200,000 Instagram followers, was called out by some people on the social media network because of her decision to turn her motorcycle accident into an impromptu photoshoot that she posted online.

Photo Credit: Instagram

Photo Credit: Instagram

Photo Credit: Instagram

A lot of Mitchell’s followers wished her well, but there were some who thought the whole accident (and photoshoot) was a staged scene.

Photo Credit: Instagram

One person commented, “This must have been super scary and I’m glad you’re okay, but… if my friend continued to take photos while I was lying semi-unconscious in the road, I’d be furious. I love your photos but it’s a little weird to include those.”

Here are some more responses from people who were cynical that the accident even took place:

Photo Credit: Instagram

Mitchell insists the accident was legit. She said, “I didn’t know she was taking them, but later on when she showed them to me I was so grateful that she captured such an intense moment for me.”

Mitchell further insisted, “All motives for taking the photos and sharing them along with the details of the experience were good. I’m really sad that raising this topic without all the context may inspire negativity and hatred, but I did my best and hope whatever happens can add to people’s lives in some way.”

Other commenters pointed out that the perfectly placed bottle of Smartwater was a little curious, but Mitchell insisted, “I would never turn a very important personal story like this into a brand campaign. The water was given to me while I was resting.”

In response to all the backlash, she posted this photo and explanation.

View this post on Instagram

I’ve been figuring out how to respond to everything that’s unfolded recently regarding the post I shared 3 weeks ago about my moto accident. I won’t get into that post here (see my Moto Accident story highlight for all the details), but I want to talk about the reactions I’ve been getting to the article @buzzfeednews posted sensationalizing what I went through that day, and making a mockery of the post I shared. As a result, I’ve been accused of staging the accident to get attention, using it as a product placement opportunity with a water company, and other things I can’t even wrap my head around. I’ve been sharing real life stories here since I started my account. I’ve opened up about miscarriage, divorce, anxiety, losing my partner in a moto accident 3 years ago, and navigating the grief that followed. I’ve chosen to use Instagram as a tool for healing and connecting with other humans who may be going through similar things so we can do it together. And it’s been beautiful. When I work with brands, they’re ones I personally enjoy, and I disclose every single sponsorship. Accusing someone of faking or exploiting an accident is extremely serious—because what if you’re wrong? It really happened to me, and I was scared. I really was injured and had to recover. I was in shock laying on the side of the road, having flashbacks to when I lost someone very important to me. Friends were by my side, strangers called an ambulance, waited while I was checked out and then gave me a ride home. When I found out my professional photographer friend who I’d been shooting with earlier took photos of everything, I was completely moved. I shared this on my feed with humans who have been on a journey with me for years because I knew they would understand what it meant to me and I understood what it would mean to them. I’m sad that something so true and personal has been treated this way, and disappointed in BuzzFeed for spinning it there. I would just ask that if you’re here because of this, consider that the post I made was something real that happened in my life that resonated deeply with me and those who have chosen to follow me. That’s what it was intended for. 💛🌾

A post shared by Tiffany / 👻 tifforelie (@tifforelie) on

Like I said, we live in strange times…

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This Twitter Account Hilariously Mocks the Absurdity of Modern Technology

I’m all for modern technology, but sometimes it feels like it’s kind of out of hand.

We all think we’re so enlightened and our lives are so advanced, but maybe we’re getting dumber? And maybe we don’t really need all of this stuff after all?

Check out some hilarious (and accurate) examples from the “Internet of Sh*t” Twitter account.

1. Oops

2. Patronizing

3. Close the door!

4. Thanks a lot, Roomba

5. In distress

6. What a time to be alive

7. WRONG

8. It’s in your best interest

9. Hacked

10. Love it!

11. Very helpful

12. Time to start yelling

13. No way

14. What year is it, again?

15. That’s enough

Can we go back to the Stone Age yet?

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If You’ve Ever Had a Boyfriend, These Tweets Might Make You Laugh

As a man, I can confidently say that we can be incredibly childish, we’re not too bright, and, on occasion, we can be pretty funny.

Even if it’s not intentional.

Here are 15 tweets that should look familiar to you (maybe painfully familiar) if you have, or have ever had, a male companion.

1. LOL

2. Noodes

3. I’m right here

4. Not bad…

5. He nailed it

6. He seems excited

7. FALSE

8. What a guy

9. Robotic

10. Spill it

11. Here you go!

12. Time to yodel

13. Lost child

14. Hahahaha

15. Not again!

Guys, get your sh*t together!

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If You’ve Ever Had a Boyfriend, These Tweets Might Make You Laugh

As a man, I can confidently say that we can be incredibly childish, we’re not too bright, and, on occasion, we can be pretty funny.

Even if it’s not intentional.

Here are 15 tweets that should look familiar to you (maybe painfully familiar) if you have, or have ever had, a male companion.

1. LOL

2. Noodes

3. I’m right here

4. Not bad…

5. He nailed it

6. He seems excited

7. FALSE

8. What a guy

9. Robotic

10. Spill it

11. Here you go!

12. Time to yodel

13. Lost child

14. Hahahaha

15. Not again!

Guys, get your sh*t together!

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15 Photos of Extremely Petty People

Sometimes, you know you’re being petty about a scenario or situation, but as hard as you try, you can’t make yourself care. Most of us try to avoid those moments and be the bigger person (when possible) – go high when they go low and all of that – but it can be hard.

These 15 people definitely did not overcome.

#15. Exploited loophole ftw.

Photo Credit: Reddit

#14. Somebody doesn’t want any lovin’ tonight.

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#13. Do you have a “green” vehicle or a green vehicle? Because…

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#12. When your husband asks what name you’d like on your 10k run tag…and then turns it in verbatim. #hopeshelaughed #idid

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#11. #Neighbors

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#10. When you deserve the smartass response you got.

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#9. LOL skirting that legal obligation

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#8. +1. Lol.

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#7. When you do as you’re told and nothing more. What’s the problem?

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#6. The teacher’s response is the best.

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#5. “Put the pillowcases on the pillows.”

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#4. No license agreement accepted here!

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#3. When your neighbors complaints force you to put up a privacy fence, this is really your only option.

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#2. When your girlfriend asks you to shovel a path, and you get a little whimsical with it.

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#1. You know the person who did this snickered the entire time, even knowing they’d probably get written up.

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To those sneaky, petty little bastards – good on ya!

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A Woman Wrote a Heartfelt Post to the Nurse Who Helped Her Brother After His Tragic Accident

These days, there is so much hate and overall unpleasantness being spread around on social media so often that it’s refreshing to see a story like this, even though it is based around a terrible tragedy.

A woman named Lydia Graham reached out on Facebook to try to find an off-duty nurse who showed incredible bravery when her brother Ian M. Graham died in a motorcycle accident in North Carolina.

Posted by Ian M. Graham on Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Here is Lydia Graham’s Facebook post in its entirety:

“Hi you guys/strangers who see this….

I feel funny writing this, and have debated writing it for a while now. I’ve decided I want to go for it, and the only way I can really think to get it out there is on facebook. I’d really appreciate if you’d share.

I’m trying to find the woman who witnessed and responded to an accident on September 10, 2014 around 6:30 PM on Route 147 between Chapel Hill St and Swift Ave in Durham, North Carolina.

What I know about this woman is this:

-she is (or was at the time) a nurse at Duke Hospital
-I *believe* she told the police she had just finished her shift at the hospital and was driving home, but that is not 100% verifiable
-She performed an emergency airway procedure on a stranger, in the middle of a busy road, shielding his body from oncoming traffic
-I was told she called the police the following week to ask about his progress, and was informed that he had passed away

I’m asking that you share this, especially if you are in North Carolina/the Durham area. If you know any medical staff at Duke Hospital, I ask especially that you share with them.

I’d like to find her, because I’d like to send her the following message.

Thank you.

——

You don’t know me; you don’t know I exist. I feel like I know you. I know you exist. I’ve been wanting to tell you this for a while now.

In September 2014, you witnessed a gruesome accident. I am so sorry that that happened to you. I can imagine that it has probably haunted you at least a little ever since.

Your reaction was to get out of your car and put yourself into a dangerous and scary situation in order to shield and keep alive a complete stranger, in the middle of a busy road. I know that that was scary and traumatic for you. I know you saw things nobody wants to see. I’m sure you feared for your own safety, and I’m sure it was really difficult for you to find out that the man you threw yourself into helping and saving did not survive despite it all.

His name was Ian M. Graham. He was my brother.

Posted by Ian M. Graham on Wednesday, January 15, 2014

The post continues…

Because of you, he reached the hospital alive. He received the best medical attention and care any person could possibly receive.

I want you to know there is nothing- truly nothing- you could have done better or differently. I want you to know you did everything perfectly.

I want you to know that you did not save Ian’s life only because Ian’s life could not be saved.

But more importantly, I want you to know that that day, your courage and your humanity and your selflessness actually saved many lives.

Ian was an organ donor, and because he made it to the hospital and onto a ventilator alive, his organs were viable.

taken by Carter Smith at the wedding of Tina Patterson-Marcinkevich and Aaron Patterson-Marcinkevich

Posted by Ian M. Graham on Monday, July 28, 2014

Ian’s life actually helped save others, as the post reveals…

I want you to know that you saved the life of a 60 year old man with a wife of 36 years, a daughter and 2 grandchildren. He received a kidney from Ian.

I want you to know that you saved the life of a 66 year old man with 3 children and 7 grandchildren. He received Ian’s other kidney.

I want you to know that you saved the life of a man in his 50s, who had already penned his own obituary when he received the call letting him know that he was going to get Ian’s liver. His obituary can wait; because of you, his story is not done.

I want you to know that you are the reason a newborn child received a desperately needed heart valve the day Ian left this world.

I want you to know that you’re the reason a young child will not go blind after all. Because of you, she received Ian’s corneas.

Ian may have died days after the accident but I want to make sure you know that it was the accident that killed Ian, full stop. And because of you, multiple lives were saved and/or dramatically improved.

Also because of you, my brother didn’t die alone on the side of a road, scared or in pain. Because of you, my brother died with me holding his hand, whispering how it was OK for him to go now. He was in no pain. He was surrounded by pure love. Because of you, I got to say goodbye.

If my brother were still here he would have long ago tried to track you down, and had you been receptive he would have gone to any lengths to buy you a beer and give you the warmest, most amazing hug you’ve ever received. That’s the kind of guy he was. I owe it to him and to you to try to do the same.

Here my Halloween costume, Charlottesville. My name is "your ass on November 9th."

Posted by Ian M. Graham on Thursday, October 31, 2013

And get ready to get the tissues…

On a personal note, I want you to know that for a long time following the accident, you are the reason I woke up every morning and decided that on that particular day, I still wanted to be alive too. Because on so many days, the faith and love you gave me in and for humanity were the only things stronger than the devastation of what happened to me. And on those days I got up and I got through it. Because of you.

I’ve long thought it was unfair that you only knew Ian died, and nothing else. I’m sorry it took me this long to decide to write this and try and see if it could reach you. You deserve to know that you are a hero.

You are my hero.

I don’t know your name. I don’t know who you are. I don’t know if we have anything in common. But I want you to know, finally, that I love you.”

Graham added an update to her Facebook post:

“**I’m editing this to say: I found her and we’re in touch. Thank you. I’m beyond grateful and humbled that all of these people helped me so quickly and so effectively. I love you all, too. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart.**”

A very sad story, but a timely reminder that there are still a lot of great people out there willing to put themselves in danger to help others in times of need.

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These Funny Millennial Tweets That Are Pretty Darn Accurate

Millennials just can’t catch a break, can they?

They get ridiculed by everyone who isn’t part of their generation and they seem to be the butt of endless jokes. But it seems like they (usually) take the harassment in stride.

Let’s give these young people a break…after we laugh at these tweets making fun of them.

1. Ugggghhhh

2. Let’s not get together

3. Check all the boxes

4. That’s not depressing at all

5. Oh God, no!

6. Hang on tight

7. He has a point…

8. Ouch

9. Quite a difference

10. Well, good to see ya

11. The nerve of these people

12. Hmmmmm

13. So true

14. I don’t hear anything

15. The wonders of time

Now, get back to eating your avocado toast!

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