People are truly inspired by this feature on a wedding dress

In case you didn’t know, pockets in women’s clothing are a feminist issue. Ladies have long been denied the convenience of functional pockets and our fashion options are for the most part decorative but impractical.  SEE ALSO: The ‘really start dressin’ meme is here to give you fashion inspo and…

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Astrology lovers will rejoice over these freckle tattoos

Looking for meaningful tattoo ideas? Scroll through 27 subtle tattoo ideas.Image: van Nanita / EyeEm/Getty images Tattoos not only make a style statement — they can also reflect someone’s personality.  While extroverts may gravitate toward large, colorful tattoos, introverts may find that a small, delicate tattoo can make a quieter…

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Customer emails Cards Against Humanity about a lack of glitter, gets the perfect response

If you ask the people behind Cards Against Humanity a question, you’d better be prepared for the answer. Or in this case, the deliveries. The many, many, glitter-filled letters. SEE ALSO: Yes, Cards Against Humanity actually built a *working catapult* to destroy Trump’s border wall “I just ordered five of…

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5 reasons you should be following Britney Spears on Instagram

Britney Spears, the social media savior of 2018.Image: mashable composite: bob al-greene/mashable and Kevin Winter/getty images This is You Won’t Regret It, a weekly column featuring recommendations, tips, and unsolicited advice from the Mashable culture team. Amidst the politics, the breaking news, and the ice-cold takes that clog my social feeds…

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Craigslist ad seeking attorney for ‘difficult client’ in D.C. is the ultimate Trump troll

President Donald Trump is currently short on attorney, and since it looks like he’s gonna need one (or two), an anonymous good Samaritan decided to put a job posting on Craigslist to help Trump out.  SEE ALSO: Donald Trump’s ‘pee tape’ controversy, explained Under the title, “SEEKING LEAD ATTORNEY FOR…

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This teen was the only student in his school to participate in the national walkout

On Wednesday, students nationwide left class to honor the 17 teenagers who died in the Parkland shooting, and to protest lax gun control laws in the United States.  SEE ALSO: This comic breaks down student protesters’ rights ahead of National School Walkout for gun control But on #NationalWalkoutDay, 16-year-old Justin…

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