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  • Taylor Swift Surprises Ohio Fan at Her Bridal Shower

    Ralphie Aversa at Trending Now18 hrs ago

    Taylor Swift spent Saturday evening in New York City. With her friend and former tourmate Ed Sheeran performing on "Saturday Night Live," Swift was not only in attendance but also made a cameo during host Seth Rogan's opening monologue.

    But if you pegged the 24-year-old to stick around Sunday for a trendy brunch in the West Village, think again. Instead the songstress hopped aboard a plane, flew to Columbus, Ohio, and surprised a fan during her bridal shower.

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  • Adorable Baby Argues With Father Despite Not Using Any Words

    Ralphie Aversa at Trending Now1 day ago

    Some babies are just born to argue, even if they were born just 14 months ago and still do not have any words in their vocabulary.

    Case in point: a new video from YouTube user Ryan Delehanty. The London native uploaded a clip last Friday of him arguing with son. Apparently the baby wants to go out on to the ledge, and his father is having none of it. Delehanty is simply trying to get some laundry done.


    Of course, your guess as to why the baby is talking back to his father is as good as ours. While Delehanty's child does not seem to be speaking any particular language. He is polite enough to wait until his father is done talking before he begins to yell adorable gibberish back at him.

    Clearly this kid is destined to be a great attorney.

    The video is titled "You can't reason with babies" and has almost half a million views. On BuzzFeed, Delehanty wrote, "My 14 month old kid has a tendency to talk back, but he makes some good points."

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  • Kids Reacting to a Walkman Might Make You Feel Old

    Ralphie Aversa at Trending Now3 days ago

    The evolution of portable music players dates back to 1979, when Sony created the first Walkman. The name of the device alone might elicit memories of your first cassette purchase or a former workout routine. After all, according to Time, the number of people who said they walked for exercise increased by 30 percent between 1987 and 1997.


    Walkman players now seem ancient by almost any standard; the last cassette version we could find was made in 2003. Sony carried the franchise into portable CD and MP3 players, but eventually Apple and other phone manufacturers took over the market. Fast-forward to 2014, and there is now a whole generation of kids who have no recollection of or association with the term.

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