While America and Great Britain share a lot in common, certain cultural aspects on both sides can be baffling for either country.
YouTube does a great job of filling boring moments with sensational videos, but what would you want to watch if everything that had ever happened was on film?
From subconsciously folding clothes, to telling off a stranger’s children, we’ve all accidentally slipped into work-mode when off the clock.
The Truman Show remains a classic of modern cinema 20 years after its release with its portrayal of a man who is trapped in a TV show without even realising it.
Small towns are special places, where everyone knows everyone else’s business and the slightest change to the norm can be big news.
One of the more popular sections of Reddit is r/Showerthoughts, which documents the mostly trivial things people often wonder about during the day.
We’ve all done embarrassing things as children that we thought were really cool at the time, then looked back to seriously regret.
From fingernails down a blackboard to mosquitoes, we all have sensitivities to a sound or two that sets our teeth on edge.
We’ve all had incredibly embarrassing moments in a classroom as pupils, but teachers experience their fair share of cringeworthy days too.
Protagonists in books, films and TV are generally viewed in a positive light – but what if the audience could change perspective and view these stories from other characters’ points of view?