And here's reason number 195708 to never trust anything on the Internet.
A woman by the name of Natalie Amyot fooled a lot of people this week by uploading a video claiming that she was looking for the father of her unborn child. As it turns out, this was all a horrible viral marketing stunt.
The story goes that Amyot met a man on vacation in Australia's Sunny Coast, fell in love with him and lost contact when she went back to France.
Now, six weeks later she is back in Australia looking for her lost love/baby daddy.
She even set up a Facebook account for people to reach out with information about the mystery man.
But a new video posted Tuesday revealed the entire story to be a hoax. A man joins her on screen and spills the beans.
"This has been a viral video for Holiday Mooloolaba. My name is Andy Sellar and I own a company called Sunny Coast social media," he says to the camera.
So, there you have it. Everything is marketing. And the Internet is a horrible place.
When he found out a wedding shoot and the Philly Naked Bike Ride were happening on the same weekend, photographer Joe Gidjunis
had a brilliant idea—why not combine them?
Couple Blair Delson and Ross Cohen agreed to the idea, and they got these amazing wedding photos.
"They were a little hesitant at first, but not opposed to the idea," Joe told the Huffington Post
. "By the time the wedding day came, they became more open to it happening, but they also didn't want to go looking for the bikers. If it happened, it happened."
Oh, it happened all right.
In case some of the bikers didn't want their privates being shown to the entire world, the photographer decided to darken some of the more sensitive regions.
"All of this was hysterical," Joe said. "And it took place in less than three minutes."
Jeremiah Succar, a 7-year-old patient at Children's Hospital Los Angeles, has stage-four atypical rhabdoid teratoid, an aggressive tumor that occurs in the brain and spinal cord.
He loves Rachel Platten's 'Fight Song,' and sings it when he goes through treatments. When his parents found out about this, they knew they had to get the singer to come visit him.
"Jeremiah loves "Fight Song"—he memorized the lyrics after three or four times of listening to it," says Jerry Succar, Jeremiah's father. "He used to sing it when he got a lot of headaches, but now he sings it in the morning, before bed and during shots he has to get."