They’re about to release a Disney version of ‘Cards against humanity’

Everybody loves getting together for a game night. Whether it’s with your family or with your friends, there’s nothing better than getting together and playing a few hilarious games. Although… some games are more fun when your family isn’t present!

Cards Against Humanity is definitely one of those games. This game of naughty and irreverent fill in the blank is everybody’s favorite. Now it’s releasing a Disney deck and people are just freaking out.

Looks like Cards Against Humanity is getting the Disney treatment! Everyone’s favorite darkly comedic card game is releasing a Disney inspired deck and it’s all totally divine.

The game itself is simple. You’re presented with scenarios – the black cards – which all have a blank that you need to fill in using your white cards.

The white cards give you possible solutions to fill in the blanks. You know, fun solutions like “Dory, the lesbian fish” and “vaginal burns from Lumiere.”

Your grandmother might love the Disney universe, but maybe don’t play this game with her the next time she comes over to visit.

Now that’s not exactly rated G, is it? Yikes! Would you be down to play this crazy game with your whole family?


Internet can’t stop laughing at brits who are in absolute chaos because of a little snow

It’s easy to make fun of the Brits. I should know, I’m one myself! However, the whole ‘bad teeth’ thing that Americans seem to cling to is a little outdated by now, we got that sorted a while back and quite regularly go to the dentist now. Well most of us, anyway.

So why not have a dig at the fact that we invented a whole host of sports, which we now suck at? Or the brand-new super expensive aircraft carrier we got, which has no aircraft and already sprung a leak? And what about this guy, who represents us to the world as our Foreign Secretary? The list is practically endless. Luckily, most of us have a pretty deprecating sense of humour and are quite happy to chuckle along too, so by all means, give us your best shot.

Now, if you must, you can add general hysteria and losing-of-shit over a little bit of bad weather to the list. Egged-on by a ridiculously sensationalist tabloid press, Brits have been portrayed as a bunch of hopeless ninnies who are incapable of functioning as a society as soon as but a single snowflake falls from the sky. And sadly, it’s all true.

Naturally, people from countries like Canada, Switzerland, Norway and Russia, places where it gets like, actually cold, can only look on with incredulous pity at us whiny Brits, and wonder what the heck all the fuss is about. Those guys get it soo much worse than us, but life seems to go on just fine. What is our problem? Well, you see old chap, we just always seem to get the wrong type of snow. Just unlucky I guess!

Scroll down to see how the world roasted us, and quite rightly so I might add. Oh, and feel free to take a pop at us in the comments too. Bring it!


Doctor says period cramps are just as painful as a heart attack, the internet reacts (20+ pics)

People are finally talking about period pain, something that we, as a society, still don’t really understand or recognize. Period pain, like much of women’s reproductive health in general, is under-researched, misunderstood, often swept under the carpet and shrouded in taboo.

Looking beyond the sensationalist headlines (the heart-attack comparison came from a single doctor’s anecdotal evidence), the conversation raises all kinds of important issues and questions that we are long overdue in discussing.

For example, why is so little known about a condition that affects 20% of women to the point that they can’t go about their daily activities? Why do doctors take women’s pain less seriously? Why are women left with little option but to keep quiet, take a painkiller and get on with it? Would there be more research and understanding if men had to deal with it too?

Right now there isn’t really a prominent lobby pushing the need for further research, and there still appears to be a general media discomfort about using period-related words on their channels. There are such deep-rooted linguistic and societal links between the womb and the emotional over-reaction of women, even the word ‘hysteria’ stems from the Greek word for uterus. You could say that this has been going on for a while now. So if things are going to change anytime soon we really need to start talking about period pain, to normalize it and to get doctors to start taking it more seriously.

Ironically (or not), it took the revelations of a man for people to start the conversation. But talking about it they are. While some people are shocked by the headline-grabbing comparison, to millions of women this is old news, and they took to social media to share their stories. Scroll down below to check out some of the conversation below, and let us know what you think in the comments. Because after all, change has to start somewhere doesn’t it?


People confess their creepiest childhood experience that they still can’t explain

Kids and their overactive imaginations! You’d swear that something out of this world happens to them almost every single day of the week!

But what if it’s more than that?

Did anything happen to you in your childhood that even as you grow up you think back upon? Something that definitely wasn’t just your imagination, even though every adult around you at the time swore it was.

Many people have at least one story like this to their name, whether it was something supernatural, or just something plain creepy that happened to them.

Read on, and don’t have nightmares!


“I was 4 years old, taking a nap with my puppy in front of our fireplace.

It was the first winter that we were in the house, so it was the first time we used the fireplace. All of a sudden I hear a massive CRACK and a blood curdling shriek.

The first one fell from the fireplace. The first flaming squirrel. It attacked. I freaked out because as far as I could tell a demon was charging full speed right at me.

Then the rest fell from the chimney. It was like a scene from Lord of the Rings when the orcs piled down the mountain, but instead it was 10 flaming squirrels charging out of the flames. I couldn’t take them all – there were too many – so I ran. My dog ran as well.

My parents made it upstairs and called the Fire department. Our house was fine; singed but fine. Looking back, it was one of the most horrifying things that I have witnessed.”


“When I was very young I had very vivid memories and nightmares of what I now know to be the Vietnam War. It was as though they were memories from my own life, but of course I was never in Vietnam. The dreams stopped by the time I was 8.”


“I remember falling into a pool when I was a toddler. I was flailing my arms in such a way that I was pushing myself down rather than up. I could see people above the water on the deck looking down at me. Then I saw a man in a white dress shirt and a black tie dive into the pool at the far other end. That’s all I remember. My mom says that last part never happened, but if it didn’t… I don’t know how I’m alive.”


“I was around 11 years old and I woke up in the middle of the night to a man straddled on top of me with his hand over my mouth and nose. He told me not to scream. I rolled onto the floor and tried to scream bloody murder (I say ‘tried’ cause when you are truly terrified it can take a second to find your voice). My mom heard me, ran in, and fought the guy. He was at least 6′ and she was 5’3, but she scared him enough that he took off out the window he had come in through. They never did catch him.”


“My aunt owns a nice big property out in the backwoods. I was about 6-7 at the time, and I was exploring some old overgrown trails near her house with my Mom, my cousin (4-5 at the time) and aunts. We go pretty deep into the woods, and it starts to get dark, so we start to head back.

Suddenly we noticed everything was eerily silent, and our parents were acting strange, scanning the woods, looking in all directions. Then, the house comes into view, about 200-250 meters away. Then, one of our aunts says ‘Guys, we’ll race you back to the house. GO!’

She, my cousin, and I bolt for the house, and we notice my mom and other aunt are staring something down, backing away slowly. We eventually all got to the house, locked the door, and they told us that we weren’t actually playing tag, but fleeing from an angry cougar.”


“When I was a kid, my brother and I would get stuck with babysitting the neighbour’s kid. His name was Alex. Alex was really fond of my lego set that I had in the corner of my room facing the window. He would play for hours while my brother and I would play video games in the living room.

So one night, I fell asleep on the couch while babysitting. I woke up when my brother shook me in a panic and said: ‘Alex is under your bed, shaking, too scared to speak.’ I asked, ‘What’s wrong with him? What happened?’

My brother told me to follow him into the room and try to talk him back out from under the bed.

I go inside to find him on the verge of tears as he was trembling profusely under my bed. I asked Alex, ‘What’s wrong? Why are you under there?’ Alex whimpered, ‘It…’ while looking at the my sliding closet. As I walked toward the bed in order to help him out, he ran; he ran all the way back over to his house and waited on his front steps until his parents got home.

Now, my parents were out to dinner with his, and he explained the whole story in detail to both his parents and mine; his explanation sent shivers down my spine when my brother and I left the house to meet up with his parents and find out what happened.

My mom told me that Alex was playing with my legos and heard a slight murmur from my closet, something that resembled a faint vocalization of, ‘come here’. He said that he looked behind him and noticed the closet had a slight opening with light peering in from my lamp. He stared at the crack until he saw an eyelid open. He told us that there was a man in my closet. Alex then hid under my bed.

When my parents got home, they found my closet door open. My window had been left open too, when it was previously closed, and a few things were knocked over which had not been touched previously.”


“When I was in elementary school, I shared a queen size bed with my older sister, and our family dog (a mutt that looked like a short haired Lassie) would sleep at the foot of our bed every night. When I was about 6 years old, I woke up one night around midnight and saw a dark figure standing at the foot of the bed. The figure was entirely in black without any eyes or a face. I tried to wake my sister up, but she rolled over to go back to sleep.

My sister must have accidentally kicked the dog, because the dog woke up and raised her head and started growling at the figure at the foot of the bed. The growling then woke my sister up and she saw the figure and started screaming. When my parents came into the room and turned the light on, nothing was there.

To this day, both my sister and I are adamant that we saw a ghost or other demon in our room. We know we aren’t crazy because the dog saw it too.”


“When I was about 16 years old I encountered something that still bugs me to this day. I woke up around 6AM on a normal week day and went downstairs to get ready to school. No one else in my family had woken up at this point. I got in the shower, still sleepy and could barely hold my eyes open. After a few minutes of showering someone tried to get into the bathroom.

I told who ever it was that I was in the shower. The ‘person’ then proceeded to aggressively open the door. I saw the door handle going up and down like crazy and he/she/whatever knocked on the door harder and harder.

And then it suddenly stopped. Didn’t think that much about it, but when I got out of the shower I realized that nobody was up yet. I proceeded with eating breakfast. And after a while my dad came down the stairs, so I asked him if it was he who had wanted to use the bathroom earlier. He said no, and that both my mom and younger brother was still asleep, so it could’ve not been them either.

And even if it had been any family member, they would not have tried to open the door so aggressively at 6 in the morning.”


“When I was about 8 years old, I was on my way to the park. It was in the middle of day in the middle of summer, but as I open the gate I freeze.

I hear a very creepy voice whisper my name in the distance. I look around. No one within sight, and I live in the middle of town. Then I hear it again, but this time closer. Still frozen on the spot, still scouting for the source of the voice. Then, I hear it agin, but this time – RIGHT in front of my face.

I immediately unfreeze, sprint back inside, and hide under my desk. It took a couple days for my mom to convince me it was safe to go outside.”


“My sister and had a prank war for like a week straight. Well, we agreed to a ceasefire since my 11th birthday was in two days. But later that night I heard my closet door open.

So my sister wants to prank me on my special day, eh? ‘I’ll show her’ I thought. So I had an idea, I would get up and push her!

So I slowly get up and she steps out of the closet. But it wasn’t my sister.

My sister doesn’t have long black hair and scars on her face and isn’t as tall as a grown woman. I wanted to scream, but instead I just froze and silently started whimpering and crying.

She puts her finger up to her lips and let’s out a ‘shhh’. Then she opens my window and crawls out, slowly closed my window, never to be seen again. At first I thought it was a ghost. Now I’m convinced it was a transient.”


“My cousin and I were walking through the woods. We were maybe 8 years old. It was more like a large urban forest trail, but big enough to get lost in. Suddenly we saw a man standing in the bushes, he was wearing nothing but underwear, dress shoes, and a watch and had his back toward us. We kind of just froze there, staring at him.

He must’ve heard the rustling behind him and slowly turned around. He had the creepiest smile on his face and started slowly moving toward us while making a beckoning motion with his finger. I remember being frozen with fear for a few moments before turning around to look at my cousin, who was no longer there. I could only see his heels flashing in the distance as he was running away. Of course I followed immediately. I don’t think I’ve ever ran that fast before or since.”


“Laying in bed one night, it’s pitch black apart from the light creeping under the door from the landing. My mum was actually with me in the same room as we had only just moved in and she was sleeping on the floor.

I look up and the door slowly creeks open and slowly an oldish women peers around the door looks at me and goes away.

I just thought I was in a nightmare and turned around real fast and went under the covers, hoping I would wake up.

Then I will never forget my mum whispering to me ‘Did you just see someone peer round the door?’ Safe to say we didn’t sleep a wink that night.”


“Growing up, my older brother had a computer program that he used to compose piano music on. I remember I was reading in the living room when I heard the most beautiful violin melody I have ever heard.

I listened to the whole thing which was several minutes long. I walked down the hallway to compliment my brother on his masterpiece when I realized my brother was not using the computer, and I was home alone.”


“In third grade, I had this teacher named Mrs. Todd. She was always super nice to me in class. She’d always call on me to do the fun activities first, compliment me whenever I did something, and was generally just very positive toward me. At the time, I thought she was perhaps my favorite person in the world. I remember even telling my mother about how much I loved Mrs. Todd.

Anyways, one day, I sat down at my desk and opened it up to put stuff inside. Shockingly, I realized there was something very unexpected inside my desk.

There was a Victoria’s Secret magazine sitting in the pull out drawer. The kid sitting next to me noticed how shocked I was (I thought I was going to get in trouble), and we started talking about how it might have got there.

Almost immediately, Mrs. Todd walks up asks ‘What have you got there?’ I was seriously confused, and told her it was sitting in my desk when I got here this morning. Well, she looks at me and tells me that the kid sitting next to me must have put it there. She kept repeating that statement over and over again (to both him and me), until I finally admitted that I guess he could have put it there.

Maybe a few days after that, she approached me after class to tell me about this special field trip I could go on if I kept doing well in class. It would be a trip with just her and I to the Gulf of Mexico for the weekend. I remember being really excited about it at the time. However, suddenly she got replaced at the school and we got this new teacher that didn’t like me as much. I was so heartbroken at the time.

It wasn’t until many years later that I realized how messed up that situation was. It scares me thinking about it still.”


“I was outside playing with friends one afternoon – we were about 9 or 10. We lived in a quiet area. As we were playing, we noticed a man in a truck drive by. Then he drove by again. And again. Each time he passed my friend’s yard, he would slow down. Then we realized something creepy about him.

This man was recording us with one of those old hand held recorders. It freaked us out. We ran inside their house and called his mom. She told them they needed to stay inside and that I should go home. I tried explaining that my mom wasn’t home at the moment, but she still made me leave.

I lived about a mile or two down the road. I’ve never run so fast in my life. I was terrified that the man was going to find me as I was running back home.

When my mom found out what happened, she was furious that my friend’s mom hadn’t allowed me to stay at their house until she could come pick me up. We never found out who that man was, but I’m sure he was bad news.”


“When I was five, I was in a car accident. The car I was in was rear ended by a bus. This knocked us into the intersection against a red light where we were broadsided by a bus. The only reason I’m not dead is I decided to sit in the middle seat in the back so I could look out the front window. If I had sat in my usual place, I would have been dead on impact.”


“About two years after my uncle passed away, we had a big sixtieth birthday party for my grandmother. We brought the helium balloons home to her condo after the party. One of them started following her – including going down under door frames and bulkheads, then going back up to the ceiling. We never saw it coming, it would just turn up.

On it was printed ‘I love you, Mom’.”


“My mother split and transplanted a rosebush from my grandfather’s farm about 40 years ago. It took but never bloomed. At that point she only kept it because it grew into the fence nicely and kept us kids from climbing it.

My grandfather died about 5 years after she transplanted it, and that spring it bloomed red roses. A few years after that, my grandmother died and the spring after it bloomed white roses. These are the only two years it has ever bloomed.”


12 absolutely hilarious tweets that will make you laugh out loud

Being an adult is difficult.

When we were younger, we all thought that being an adult would be fun. That we could do whatever we wanted without worrying about bedtimes, being grounded. We’d have all the money we needed and we could take on the world. What sweet minded fools we were back then.

When we became adults, we quickly learned that it wasn’t as we expected. We couldn’t do whatever we wanted, and we had to try and juggle responsibilities with work while trying to maintain a social life. It’s a juggling act many people struggle to cope with.

Quite honestly, I wish they taught lessons on how to be an adult in school, I think it would be really beneficial for most adults struggling with their new position in life.

Despite the constant struggles of being an adult, it can be quite funny at times.

We could all do with a laugh from time to time.

Laughing is good for us. Not only does it help beat mental illnesses, like depression and Alzheimer’s, but it also helps burn off calories.

Did you know 15 minutes of laughter can burn 50 calories?

If you were struggling to find a reason to laugh, then here you go!

Honestly, laughter is a great thing. It can make a bad situation even better.

Laughter is a very powerful tool, especially these days when the world is filled with tragedy, bad politics, a crummy economy, and lots and lots of bad news.

So in an attempt to make you happier and healthy, and to turn your attention away from all the bad news in the world, we’ve gathered together the funniest tweets.

These funny tweets are guaranteed to make you laugh!

1. Ongoing Midlife Crisis

He’s got a very good point there!

2. Get Your Priorities Sorted

I’m exactly the same, and I know many people who are the same way too.

3. Political Opinion

The politics of the Titanic is very complicated.

4. Just Another Joker

I’m like this with every funny joke I tell… Well, I think they’re funny.

5. Mad Panic

Let’s be honest, there’s nothing better than being home alone naked. Most of us have done it, and we all understand how terrifying it is when we hear the door unlock.

6. Grand Puppies

You have to admit, these guys are a lot cuter than babies.

7. Getting Older

Getting older really sucks. Suddenly everything hurts for no reason.

8. Cat Burrito

This little burrito not only cute, but it’s adorable.

9. Thankfully There’s No Narrator

I think life would be a lot more complicated if I had a narrator following me around and revealing all my secrets.

10. Fabulous Trash

That’s some fancy trash right there!

11. Stupid Idea

But who would eat a hot dog that’s been on the floor for a long time? That’s just not healthy!

12. Lettuce Head

Wow, who knew some boys found lettuce attractive?


Who makes the best and worst girlfriends based on their zodiac sign

Everyone has different experiences in relationships. Some exes you can look back on with fondness while others you breathe a huge sigh of relief knowing that it is over. So we decided to investigate what makes girls amazing girlfriends or crazy exes. A person’s zodiac plays an important role in their personality but it can also affect how they behave in a relationship. After a little bit of research, here is a list of best to worst girlfriends, based on their zodiac signs.


Some might disagree with this but we believe Sagittarius deserve the title of best girlfriend because they have a selfless attitude and are always ready to make sacrifices for people they care about.


Although shy at first, Pisces girls open up quickly and are full of amazing traits. They are extremely trusting and will share all of their secrets, hopes, and dreams with you. They are incredibly supportive and would fight the whole world for you.


Capricorns are close to perfection. They contain a small amount of every good quality which makes them well-balanced and easy to get along with. They always try their best, especially in relationships. If you want a strong ambitious partner then Capricorns are for you!


Libras are kind but this can be due to their dislike for confrontation and complications. They do not like drama and prefer to live in a bubble. They like being happy and active so make for fun and blissful partners.


Geminis have a special ability, they are able to handle multiple qualities about a person and adapt and react to them in a positive way. No matter the situation they know how to make themselves happy which makes them a happy, smiling partner in relationships. They know how to please people.


Aquarians are independent and that can either be a great thing or a terrible thing. They do not adhere to social norms and can act awkward in situations she is not comfortable in. Depending on what you are looking for, an Aquarian could be perfect for you or end in disaster because they are almost always the social outsider in a group.

7. LEO

Leos have crazy expectations. They believe in the fairytale love story and everything that comes with it. They expect flowers, magic, date nights and a happily ever after making them a bit of a hopeless case because they will not settle for anything else. If you are up for being Prince Charming you might meet your dream girl but if not, steer clear!


In the beginning, Cancers almost seem perfect because they have such a sweet personality but they can be too nice and gullible. They can come across as desperate and often get lost in relationships with stronger partners who want to change them.


This zodiac sign is particularly challenging to get into a relationship with because they are not generally interested in romantic relationships. They are known as heartbreakers because people fall in love with them, but it is not reciprocated.


Aries are extremely ambitious and are ready to sacrifice their relationships to achieve their goals which make them risky to get into a relationship with. They are known to rush things which doesn’t create a stable base for a relationship. If you are trying to keep up with an Aries, you might get left in the dust.


Virgos are perfectionists and therefore very hard to impress. They have high standards for themselves and those around them and cannot tolerate people who do not live up to them. They are quick to dump a partner they believe is no longer good enough for them.


People tend to avoid Scorpios because they lack empathy and are extremely authoritative. They always want to assert their dominance over everything, their partners included. They are often more like a dictator than a life partner which discourages people from investing emotions in them. They like to focus on themselves and their ambitions and goals.


These 5 zodiac signs make great bosses

Every sign has the potential to be a great leader, though right off the cuff there are just certain sun signs which make loveable boss types. They’ll push you to be better and stick with you through thick and thin. Read below to find out if your sign is one of the five signs that has the most natural potential to be a great boss.

Capricorn: “Yes Mr. Gray!”

Although it often takes a little bit of time to get them to warm up to you, Capricorns can be one of the best bosses.

There are almost no other signs that can claim the mantle of dauntless and tenacious like Capricorn can. And while they keep a strict focus on inventory and every single second that you’ve been late or absent, Capricorns are not all about the business, despite what most zodiac descriptions depict. In fact, once you prove yourself to them, Capricorn’s can be the warmest and most generous bosses ever.

Capricorns are often misunderstood as being prudes and workaholics. Capricorns are exceptionally motivated by social achievement, giving them significant soft spots for anyone not succeeding in life who wants to.

While working under a Capricornian employer, don’t expect to get away with any serious shenanigans; especially any with the potential to tarnish the Capricorn’s hard-earned reputation. Though if you have what it takes, you’ll find within your boss, the trust of professional allies. If you two gel well, you might also see your Capricorn boss becoming part of your extended family.

To give you an idea of the sorts of boss Capricorns have the potential to be for you, check out these famous Capi’s:

Evan Sharp
Michelle Obama
Chris Poole
Tony Hsieh
Dolly Parton

Virgo: March!

Detail oriented and committed to excellence in all things that they do, Virgos are also one of the most fun-loving bosses. They’re endlessly creative and infinitely playful most days, so long as you are doing it their way.

There might be extra emphasis on doing it their way, though once you stop gripping and do it, you’ll find within your Virgo boss everything you need to grow and excel in your career.

To get a better idea of exactly what kind of boss you might experience within a Virgo, check out these famous Virgins:

Warren Buffet
Stephen King
Bernie Sanders
Mother Theresa
Selma Hyak

Gemini: Work?! What’s That?

Geminis might not be as well known for their solo leadership abilities, though that’s because they are the socialites of the zodiac we’ll. Will most likely be the type of boss who’s easy going, who encourages lively work environments.

With a Gemini boss, you’ll be responsible for more than you’re getting paid for. If you don’t mind that dynamic, you’ll never have to worry about working under a slave driver, and your Gemini boss will feel more like your BFF, than your employer. You’ll also likely never be bored at the yearly office holiday party, as there’s no party like a Gemini planned party.

Check out these other famous Gemini leaders, to get more of an idea of what your Gemini bosses more than likely be like:

Morgan Freedman
Johnny Depp
John F. Kennedy
Venus Williams
Kim Clijsters

Scorpio: Always…

If the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of a Scorpio Boss is Professor Snape from the Harry Potter series, you’re not likely to be far off! Though just like with Snape, it’s uber important to remember that there are infinite layers of a person, especially a Scorpio person. Underneath their watery peels, you’ll find a boss who sees more within you than anyone else ever has. They’ll have no problem driving you to excel beyond where even you ever thought you were capable of going.

They also aren’t shy about creating ways to have more fun at work. That could mean blasting the FM Radio in the back of the kitchen or making everyone deliver office memos by a paper airplane.

Some well-known Scorpio leaders you might recognize:

Hilary Clinton
Pablo Picaso
Bill Gates
Whoopi Goldberg
Jimmy Kimmel

Cancer: Look Out!

Cancer bosses might first come off as overly sensitive pushovers, but they are the farthest thing from it, especially when it comes to protecting their work-family (including You!). As the most nurturing of all the zodiac signs, Cancer’s are going to be the great boss who doesn’t bat an eye about giving you time off to see your dad in the hospital or negotiating with you to make sure you’re getting the hours and pay that you deserve.

Though don’t think for a second that you’ll get anything past a Cancer boss. They’ve got eagle eyes and razor-sharp pincers that they will use to pinch you if you start creating any extra trouble for them.

Check out these Cancers:

Nelson Mandela
Erin Brockovich
Estee Lauder
Robin Williams

Thank you for reading!


Brain tumor: 8 symptoms to take into account

Let’s start with the good news: brain cancer affects just 1% of the global population. The bad news is that brain tumors are accompanied by very few symptoms, and these signs are commonly confused with other less severe conditions, such as headaches or fatigue.

Tumors appear in different shapes and sizes, and the symptoms vary as well. “The key to knowing the symptoms of a brain tumor depend on its location,” says Theodore Schwartz, neurosurgeon at the Weill Cornell Brine and Spine Center.

For example, if the tumor is close to the area of the brain that controls arm movement or vision, symptoms may include weakness in the shoulder or blurry vision.

Some warning signs of brain tumors are more common than others. Here is a list of symptoms you should keep in mind:

1. Convulsions
Regardless of the type of tumor, convulsions are usually one of the first symptoms that something is wrong. “Irritation caused by the tumor makes the neurons move abnormally,” says Dr. Schwartz. As with tumors, convulsions can take many forms. They may be experienced all over the body or on some part of the face.

2. Clumsiness

If you’ve realized that your hands don’t react as quickly as they used to, that you’re being clumsy, or that you struggle to keep your balance, it could be a sign of a problem. Similarly, if you experience difficulty talking, swallowing, or controlling your facial expressions, these are all signs that something is wrong with the brain.

3. Numbness
Numbness or the loss of feeling in certain parts of the body is something which you must pay attention to. This could be a sign of a tumor located close to the spinal cord.

4. Changes in memory or thinking
Tumors can cause big changes in a person’s personality or behavior. Those with tumors are more likely to have problems remembering things, feeling confused, or suffering from changes of thought.

5. Nausea
Feeling unwell in the stomach, especially when symptoms are persistent and inexplicable, may be a sign of a tumor.

6. Changes in vision
Blurry and double vision or loss of it are all associated with tumors. Also, if you see floating black dots or strange shapes, these may be signs of a possible tumor.

7. Uncommon headaches

Despite what most of us assume, headaches aren’t a true indicator of a tumor. However, if you are experiencing unusual headaches, which are more intense and constant than normal, seek medical attention as soon as possible.

8. Ringing in the ears
The temporal lobe, located in the middle of the cortex behind the eardrums, is responsible for processing the ability to hear sounds as well as understand language and conversations. If you’re experiencing hearing loss or have a constant ringing in the ears, you should arrange an appointment with your doctor. They will be able to determine if your symptoms are severe enough to visit a neurologist.

Detecting a tumor in time may save somebody’s life. That’s why it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your health. You should see a doctor as soon as possible to rule out any dangerous illness.


Audience calls him fat – but now watch when he starts dancing

We’re all taught as children not to judge other people according to their appearance. But despite that, prejudice is common.

John Lindo is used to others having preconceived opinions about him. He’s a well built, tall man and does not look like the typical dancer. But watch now when he steps out on to the dance floor …

Say dance and I think of a well-trained person without an ounce of extra weight on their body. It’s certainly the case that most dancers look like gymnasts.

But not John Lindo. He is a broad, tall man with some extra pounds on his stomach. Because of his appearance, John has been dealing with prejudice for several years. Especially when people have difficulty believing he would be a good dancer.

Has won contests

The fact is, John has been dancing swing since 1992. He’s competed on a professional level and won contests like the U.S. Open.

When John and his dance partner stepped up to the dance floor in this swing contest in 2008 he could hear people in the audience mumbling “fat”.

Wipes the floor with them all

But when he and Stephanie get started the show is silent. They wipe the floor with their competitors and John’s feeling and joy is really wonderful. That glint in the eye is also there.

This really is a timely reminder to never judge a book by its cover. Wonderful!

The dance gave the couple victory in the competition and at the end of the film the audience stood up and cheered.

Watch the wonderful performance here!


Judges baffled by girls’ bizarre bodysuits— when the music comes on, their jaws drop.

It’s not often that Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell is stunned into silence, but it does occasionally happen.

When the Russian acrobat group Angara Contortion tried out for the talent show, their incredible performance left the crowd– including Simon– absolutely breathless. The four contortionists, all dressed in skin-tight blue bodysuits, managed to bend their bodies into the most impossible positions we’ve ever seen. More amazing yet — they made it all look so easy!

The four contestants told the judges they’d traveled a long distance in order to audition, but they didn’t let a little jet lag stop them from putting on an impressive display of bodily control we didn’t think possible.

At one point, one of the performers is in a full split on the floor, when she suddenly comes to a standing position… as if by magic!

The audience and judges were amazed, and the group won a “yes” from all four judges.

“That was one of the most stunning things I’ve ever seen on this show,” claimed judge David Williams, while Alesha Dixon told them,”That was just a visual treat! I’m in awe!”

We’re in awe, too! Check out their amazing routine below, and don’t forget to share this story to recognize their talent!