How did a tech-loving toddler lock his dad out of his iPad for 48 years?

It’s scary how quickly small children figure out how to use digital technology. For some parents, by the time their kid hits seven, they’ve become the most tech-savvy person in the house. But all techy tykes have to start somewhere. So when the three-year-old child of New Yorker writer Even Osnos couldn’t figure out the password to his iPad, they wouldn’t stop trying. Look, when you wanna watch see Curious George, it can’t wait. Unfortunately, the repeated failed attempts locked Osnos out of his iPad for over 25,000,000 minutes, that’s 48 years. By the time he could unlock it, the iPad wouldn’t probably be obsolete. Uh, this looks fake but, alas, it’s our iPad today after 3-year-old tried (repeatedly) to …

Retailer’s conversation with the worst customer in the world went viral. Prepare to scream.

‌via Shutterstock‌ Holy moly, get ready to read what has to be one of the craziest exchanges ever between someone selling something and their potential client. A little haggling is sometimes to be expected, but this person went above and beyond. It seems a man wanted a blanket crocheted for his sick girlfriend, but his attitude left much to be desired. Twitter user @Forexposure_txt tweeted screenshots of the whole text conversation, and you can read the exchange below. He’s rude right out of the gate when the person crocheting the blankets doesn’t get back to him as quickly as he’d like. via Twitter via Twitter Everything seems to be going along well (except for his statement about “business practice”) until …

For people in addiction recovery, this unique program offers hope and a healthy community.

A decade ago, Todd and Kaley Jones couldn’t imagine a life without drugs and alcohol. When Kaley left a 9-month inpatient drug treatment program at age 19, she was terrified. She went digging through her makeup bags at home, hoping maybe she had stashed away some drugs so she could numb her fear. No luck. Later, she walked into a 12-step meeting and saw a man wearing a t-shirt that said, “SOBER.” Kaley was mortified. Why wasn’t he embarrassed? Wasn’t it a shameful thing to have had a drug or alcohol problem? But the man, Todd, wasn’t ashamed. “He was happy and he was laughing,” says Kaley, “and he told me about Phoenix.” Kaley and Todd Jones. All photos courtesy …

Clever dad does a hilarious photo shoot with his premature baby acting like a grown man.

Over two years ago, photographer Matt MacMillian took an adorable set of photos of his newborn daughter, Ella, playing sports. The photos showed the newborn pulling off sweet moves on a skateboard, doing flips off a diving board, and playing baseball — all things that a newborn could never do without the aid of MacMillian’s incredible Photoshop skills. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Matt MacMillan (@mattmacmakesstuff) on Feb 4, 2019 at 6:17am PST Recently, MacMillian and his wife had a second child, a baby boy named Ryan, who was born nine weeks premature and spend the first six weeks of his life in the NICU. After Ryan was released from the hospital, MacMillian wanted to do …