The evolution of communication has gone a long way. From cave paintings, to the once “modern” Morse codes, to the telegram, chatting and texting, man has found ways to express himself in almost every possible way.
Currently, the Emoji has become a staple in chatting, and most especially texting. Although it was first built into Japanese mobile phones in the late 1990s by Dokomo, still, there are a lot of people who are clueless as to what its purpose is and how they are used.
Like the parents that Buzzfeed gathered together. You’ll see how clueless they are to and what the Emoji symbols meant.
They actually admit they don’t know how to communicate using Emoji.
It’s like decoding a secret code.
Really, they just don’t get it.
And this couple says it’s just not for them.
Watch these parents go crazy as they use Emoji for the first time in this video:
Do you use Emoji when texting? Leave a comment below.
Police Tackle Unarmed Black Student and Arrest Him and His Friend for Looking “Suspicious”
Teens may sue Metropolitan Police Department for civil rights violations.
Police in Washington D.C. tackled an unarmed young black man to the ground and arrested his companion because they made a white woman feel "uncomfortable."
The two young men were confronted and subjected to police violence at an ATM machine shortly after a woman reported them simply because they made her feel ill at ease.
Police took appropriate white action, and tackled one of them to the ground, injuring the teen as they did so.
Jason Goolsby held down on the ground.
The 3 Wildest and Most Wicked GoPro Videos Ever Captured
These GoPro videos deserve a prize!
Numerous people who love film and photography also fell in love with Nick Woodman’s creation: the GoPro.
Over the years, the improvements on its line allowed hundreds of GoPro enthusiasts to capture stunning and unbelievable photos and videos that permitted the audience to experience what the person behind the camera experiences.
In case you don’t know, GoPro awards up to $5 million in cash yearly to amateur and professional content creators. The company offers $500 for the best photos, $1,000 for the most amazing raw clips, and $5,000 for the most excellent video edits. All you have to do is to capture your passions on camera and submit them to their website for review.
This world is full of talented people, and the competition can be very steep. If you browse the internet, you’d probably see some amazing entries that can make your jaw drop. ...
Incredible World Trade Center D***h-Defying Walk Stunt Revealed in Rare Photos
Now this is what you call fearless!
On the morning of August 7, 1974, French high-wire artist Philippe Petit made history when he crossed the North and South towers of the World Trade Center at 1,350 feet.
Aside from conquering the Twin Towers, the adrenaline seeker performed high-wire walks in some of the world’s greatest tourist sites including Notre Dame and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
During his famous stunt at the Twin Towers, Petit made 8 passes along the wire holding a custom-made balancing pole weighing 25 kg for 45 minutes.