Beyoncify my boyfriend: Teen gets over ex by photoshopping Beyoncé into their photos

Categories: Community

si_beyoncify.jpgNinteneen-year-old Cassandra Blackwell is making headlines around the world right now for having a rather unusual (but decidedly awesome) post-breakup coping mechanism: Photoshopping Beyoncé's head on top of her ex-boyfriend's in old photos of the couple.

Pope Francis's happiness tips resonate with CBC readers

Categories: Community, Features, World

How to be more happy? Pope Francis says rid yourself of "negative things quickly" and achieve "a healthy sense of leisure." 

These tidbits on happiness were among 10 tips the Pope dished out to Argentine newspaper Clarin this week, and they resonated with many in the CBC News Community. 

Plastic surgeon's 'fat-shaming' muffin top billboard vandalized

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si_muffintop.jpgA controversial billboard for a plastic surgery clinic in Michigan had some work done of its own this weekend when vandals defaced it with what must be one of the most positive graffiti tags ever seen.

CBC's News Network celebrates 25 years on the air

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NNpic3 (1) 220.jpgTwenty-five years ago today, CBC's News Network had its inaugural broadcast. On July 31, 1989, CBC Newsworld -- as it was known at the time -- went on the air.

No jokes, All plot: Youtuber strips the funny bits from 'Seinfeld' and 'Friends'

Categories: Community

si_seinfeldnojokes.jpgIf you've ever wondered what an episode of Friends or Seinfeld would be like without any jokes whatsoever (for some reason,) you're in luck! 

CBC readers divided on disclosing history of 'stigmatized' real estate

Categories: Canada, Community, Features

house-220.jpgA Calgary home in which five young people were stabbed to death is on the market, and is stirring debate among the CBC News Community about whether its tragic history should be revealed to prospective buyers.

'Leak' service lets you send anonymous emails to anyone

Categories: Community, Science & Technology

si_leak.jpgThe truth can hurt, and nobody likes to be the bearer of bad news -- which is precisely the idea behind a new web service called "Leak" that lets you anonymously email anybody about anything.

Richard Dawkins's rape, pedophilia logic tweets ignite 'Twitter storm'

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Dawkins220.jpgBiologist and best-selling author Richard Dawkins ignited what he calls "a bizarre Twitter storm" after providing some controversial examples about date rape and pedophilia to prove a logic argument.

Orlando Bloom reportedly tried to punch Justin Bieber in Spain

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si_bloombieber.jpgCanadian pop star-cum international bad boy Justin Bieber has got the gossip-sphere abuzz once again this week after reportedly getting into a scuffle with actor Orlando Bloom.

Ira Glass tweets that 'Shakespeare sucks,' the internet promptly explodes

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si_glassshakespeare.jpgDoth the internet protest too much? American radio host Ira Glass might say so after learning the hard way this week that one simply cannot insult William Shakespeare on Twitter. Not without taking a whole lot of flack, that is.