‘Game of Thrones’ launches challenge to find thrones worldwide

In better news, a beautifully meaningless meme is on the rise. And did you know I’m baby? The internet loves nothing more than absurd inside jokes. If you know, you know, and if you don’t, you’re not baby. I’m baby.  SEE ALSO: ‘They did surgery on a grape’ is the weird meme that’s your new obsession Maybe it’s because we’re all exhausted from the pressure of existing in this capitalist hell, or maybe it’s because we’re all secretly longing for the simplicity of being a literal baby, but there’s one thing for certain: I’m baby. There are few captions that can be universally applied to both thirst trap selfies and semi-public emotional breakdowns on the finsta, but “I’m baby” somehow …

These warming ‘space pants’ use technology to help people with chronic pain Future Blink

Image: James Devaney/GC Images/Getty Images Justin Bieber has stopped crying in public long enough to announce his soon-to-be parenthood. Don’t get your hopes up – it was a terrible prank. The singer conveniently revealed his wife Hailey Baldwin’s pregnancy on April Fools’ Day, posting a sonogram dated  Feb. 2. The screenshot lists 8.3 cm, which is right in the ballpark for a three-month-old fetus, according to the Cleveland Clinic. This is one of the first indications the that the photo was likely a prank.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on Apr 1, 2019 at 1:02pm PDT It’s worth noting that the ultrasound Bieber posted is literally a photo from the Wikipedia page about …

An exclusive interview with Missandei Good Day Westeros

Watch out, Cersei.Image: HBO Warning: This story contains spoilers for Season 8 of Game of Thrones. Sunday’s episode of Game of Thrones is supposed to be a big one. Per Emilia Clarke’s recommendation, you should watch it on the “biggest TV” possible. Sunday is also Mother’s Day, which has viewers wondering: Is this the day Cersei meets her end? The theory makes sense. For one thing, Daenerys is ready to burn sh*t down after Cersei had Missandei killed. For another, Cersei is pregnant (unless she’s lying about being pregnant, which is possible).  Ahh it’s a beautiful morning for Cersei Lannister to die pic.twitter.com/vRzoRWZjkh — Alex Faction (@AlexFaction) May 12, 2019 Still, there’s also the possibility she’ll die in childbirth, which …

Dear dads: Have the courage to be vulnerable, especially online

Image: Vicky leta / mashable Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2018 and we have the entire internet to contend with. On the morning of September 18th, 2016, like many parents, I woke up to the voices of tiny people in my ear yelling, “Get up, Daddy!” I didn’t know what time it was, but there was no way in hell I was getting out of bed yet. It felt like I’d only been asleep for fifteen minutes and my head was throbbing, as if a bunch of Smurfs started …

The worlds tallest mammal is now threatened with extinction

April the giraffe is pregnant again, everyone, we are already tired.  The 17-year-old giraffe reached international popularity last year for the infamous livestream of her extremely long pregnancy. She eventually gave birth to Tajiri, a male calf who recently celebrated his first birthday.  SEE ALSO: This giraffe birth livestream is driving the internet insane Jordan Patch, Animal Adventure Park owner, announced the big news on the TODAY show on Wednesday.  “The results are in and we are having a baby,” he exclaimed like a proud parent, or overly intrusive family friend.  The father of the baby is Oliver the giraffe, who also fathered Tajiri. This is April’s fifth pregnancy. Although the average gestation period for a giraffe is around 15 …

Pregnant? Step away from Google.

Being pregnant online isn't great.Image: vicky leta/mashable The excitement of finding out I was pregnant is like nothing I’ve ever experienced before. My husband and I were overjoyed, on vacation, blissful and so, so excited to start a family. We had this little, personal secret. This tiny human just starting to grow in my body, and not even I could really feel it. And then the Googling began.  “My doctor won’t see me until I’m eight weeks along. Is that normal?”  “When does the chance of miscarriage decrease?” “What is a chemical pregnancy?” Hundreds and thousands of the same questions from soon-to-be parents appeared before my eyes with each new search. At first, that kind of immediate gratification brought me …

‘The Care and Keeping of You’ author on the book’s staying power 20 years later

Millions of young girls grew up on "The Care and Keeping of You." Editor’s Note: The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2.0, Mashable explores the state of sex ed and imagines a future where digital innovations are used to teach consent, sex positivity, respect, and responsibility. There are few things more mortifying than being a preteen and needing to ask someone about good old Aunt Flo.  Thanks to The Care and Keeping of You: The Body Book for Girls, millions of young women didn’t have to. American Girl’s seminal book about getting our periods, dealing with acne, and finding healthy friendships provided answers to questions we …

To learn to juggle, this AI-powered hand had to accumulate 100 years worth of experience

This isn’t your typical maternity shoot.  Carlos Moreno posted a series of sweet photos from maternity shoot for the National Girlfriend Day on Wednesday. The photos feature his girlfriend, Ari, wearing a stunning black gown and smiling at her baby bump.  It’s pretty cute.  Waiting for Mia 💜 pic.twitter.com/iWHoAoFAan — Ari 💋 (@ariiiaam) August 1, 2018 One of the photos stands out though — in case you didn’t catch it, another Twitter user kindly posted it in the comments.  RONNIE FROM JERSEY SHORE DID A MATERNITY PHOTO SHOOT WITH HIS GIRLFRIEND AND THIS IS ONE OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS THAT THEY PAID REAL MONEY FOR pic.twitter.com/A1wUIUZCIW — Ciara Knight (@Ciara_Knight) April 9, 2018 Why is this a trend? WATCH: To learn …

Dear dads: Have the courage to be vulnerable, especially online

Image: Vicky leta / mashable Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2018 and we have the entire internet to contend with. On the morning of September 18th, 2016, like many parents, I woke up to the voices of tiny people in my ear yelling, “Get up, Daddy!” I didn’t know what time it was, but there was no way in hell I was getting out of bed yet. It felt like I’d only been asleep for fifteen minutes and my head was throbbing, as if a bunch of Smurfs started …