New York City is the trendsetter for food, fashion and slang words — but sometimes the choices are so cringe.
A Steubenville, Ohio woman has claimed that her Stanley cup saved her life after a stray bullet shot through her home.
Anti-wrinkle straws are the latest addition to the Stanley Tumbler craze as some users are now warning against drinking repetitively out of the regular slurping tool.
Fears of missing out on the cutthroat Stanley cup craze can now be quenched — well, for a small fee.?
Generation Z is known for speaking their minds — but if it requires a phone call, they'll probably ignore it.
'Deinfluencing' is here! Gen Z and millennials giving up for 9-to-5 jobs: 'I haven't done anything with my brain'February 22, 2024 | 9:46am
“When you’re an influencer, you become the product — you’re selling yourself to the world,” said one ex-content creator. “And when you’re the product, you can’t stop.”
Gen Z slang invades Dictionary.com for another year: 'Bed rotting,' 'girl dinner,' 'boobne' and moreFebruary 15, 2024 | 5:17pm
The word-defining platform recently announced it would be adding numerous terms to help lovers of the English language "span the galaxy of modern life."
Many people use emojis in chats to add spice, laughter or context to a conversation, and research revealed that people perceive them differently due to their gender, age and culture.
TikTok is full of recipes for collagen cosmos, French martinis with a collagen twist, and vodka & punch x collagen.
"I saw the crisp Benjamin as the child was waving it around at pick up," one crestfallen mom wrote.
Believe it or not, you probably already love to "hurkle-durkle" — a Caledonian colloquialism that's trending globally on English-language social media.
California influencer Christina "Tinx" Najjar divided opinions online after controversially claiming that the Birthday person should pay for everyone's dinner during their special celebration.
"People in these generations are used to products and services that make their lives easier," Lindsay Bryan-Podvin, a financial therapist at Mind Money Balance, told The Post.
6,000 people from the US, the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Germany were asked which languages are perceived as "most sexy," "most romantic" and "most passionate."