Earlier today a student armed with a knife at Franklin Regional Senior High School near Pittsburgh, PA attacked and injured at least 20 students. Several have been hospitalized with serious injuries but no deaths have been reported as of this time. Thinking quickly, student Nate Scimio pulled the fire alarm and alerted other students of the emergency. After he was taken to the hospital, this selfie happened.
Frankly, making some derisive comment about "kids these days" seems totally unwarranted when the kid involved likely saved lives. Of course, that didn't stop the press from asking for interviews and snarky comments like this:
This new whacky Instagram fad was started by Dallas Pets Alive (DPA). Their goal is to make Dallas a no-kill city while also helping homeless dogs get adopted.
It works like this: DPA searches Instagram for selfies and Photoshops a mutt who's up for adoption into the picture. They also provide information about how to help the shelter animal. The result is hilarious, of course, but it also gets the message out that an adorable pup is in need of a forever home.
Visit their Instagram page to join in on the fun and find out how you can help find a new home for these lovable pups!
Workout Fanatic Jen Selter had no idea her rear end would get so much attention when she first started posting pictures of her exercise routines on Instagram. Now the 20-year-old New Yorker has one of the most famous rumps in the world, building up an impressive following on the social media platform that includes mega-celebrity Rihanna.
When I heard that Rihanna was following me on Instagram, I was the happiest girl," Selter says. "It just shows that if talent is following you, you're doing something right."