Taiwanese American politician Yuh-Line Niou recently shut down an online troll for telling her to change her name to English.
Yuh-Line shared a screenshot on Thursday showing an alleged troll account criticizing the New York State Assemblymember for not changing her name to English, even dragging fellow New York State Assemblymember Ron Kim into the mix.
A BTS ARMY whose father needed a break from her apparent fangirling had the perfect way to welcome him back home.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone scams have long been pestering many Americans, victimizing unsuspecting citizens, including recent immigrants, of their hard-earned money by pretending to be officials from the agency.
And while a lot of people have become aware of such scams in recent years, there are still many scammers who still get away with duping people by successfully intimidating their victims or winning their trust.
A housemaid from Thailand, who allegedly impersonated two ranking officials, was recently arrested by the authorities and held at Bang Khen Police Station on Thursday.
Angkhana Danakam, a 36-year-old housemaid in Dan Makham Tia District in Kanchanaburi, allegedly impersonated two policewomen, Cpt. Thanthawan Kodduang and Lt. Col. Raktapa Wongyod, on Facebook, according to Pattaya One.
When you’re having a crappy week, it’s nice to have somebody you can lean on.
Devanne Tran, who apparently was having a tough week at school, can attest to this after her boyfriend, Ben Nguyen, bought a set of makeup for her.
During the U.S. Presidential elections, election-related news, real or not, dominated Facebook newsfeeds. But what’s more interesting than that is, even fake stories can generate bundles of cash for the writer behind the post.
During an interview with Washington Post, Paul Horner admitted that he was able to make $10,000 per month from AdSense by writing fake stories.
One online scammer’s attempt to con a Danish guy for some quick cash on Facebook messenger was foiled in a case of epic trolling with a little help from Adele’s “Hello” lyrics.
Frank Fleming Jensen from Valby, Denmark posted screenshots of his hilarious conversation on Facebook with the caption, “My newest Facebook friend apparently doesn’t like Adele.” In the post, Fleming showed how he effectively pulled off a quick prank over the scam artist dubiously named “Sandra Jones.”
If you find yourself curious as to what your cat is thinking when they meow at you, a new collar invented by a cat food company could solve your curiosity (without killing the cat of course).
The Temptations Catterbox, created by Mars Temptation in conjunction with London ad agency Adam&Eve/DDB, uses a microphone, speaker, Bluetooth technology and Wi-Fi to capture and then “translate” a cat’s meows into human speech.
Prince, the legendary american music artist who pioneered “Minneapolis sound,” died Thursday at age 57.
While his death is a blow to all his fans and everyone in the industry, Prince will be remembered as one of the most innovative artists in history. However, Prince was also quite the master troll.
Here’s a prank that few may have ever thought of before — call in sick to a place you don’t even work at just to troll the boss. One genius bro, YouTuber Canadian Chest Hair, did, his excuse being that it was such a nice day out and the boys wanted to go fishing.
One picture sums up how gullible people can be. Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet kids! Last week, Facebook user Stephen Roseman, decided to post a picture of a dog on his account.
This poor dog was badly burned and disfigured trying to save his family from a house fire One like = one prayer One share = ten prayers
Chipotle is known for many things from their excellent chicken burrito bowls, speedy lines to their generous portions. However, the casual fast-food chain has been getting a bad rap online as of late after a Facebook account, “Chipolte Mexican Grill”, posed as the company and posted funny and crude remarks in response to customers’ inquiries on Chipotle’s home page.
The subtle misspelling in the fake account has led to some rather honest and hilarious misunderstandings between customers and the Mexican food chain. Note that the authenticated Chipotle account has a blue check next to its name.