The Chicago Bears’ social media team was just trying to hype up their fan base about their new quarterback. Turns out, the fan base lost all hope the moment they signed that new quarterback. The Bears’ Twitter account tweeted a picture of free-agent signing Andy Dalton, captioned with just the quote “QB1.” As the social
A tweet issued on the official page of the U.S. military command in charge of the nation's nuclear arsenal had many on social media confused
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The Bears made their intentions clear with a tweet that showed recently signed quarterback Andy Dalton wearing a Chicago uniform and the words "QB1".
Jordan Montgomery had to wait nearly three years to pitch in front of fans at Yankee Stadium again, well beyond what he and his teammates went through during the COVID-affected 2020 campaign. Montgomery reminded those fans in The Bronx of the excellent start to his career before Tommy John surgery in 2018, hurling six shutout
~She's the lady in red when everybody else is wearing taaaaaaaaaaaan~
A mysterious tweet from the US Strategic Command that sent internet sleuths into a frenzy over the weekend was actually the work of a precocious tot who was left unattended with a laptop. The garbled post appeared Sunday on the agency’s official US Stratcom Twitter account and quickly went viral with thousands of likes and
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TV host Claudia Jordan has owned up to her mistake, after tweeting that DMX had died. The rapper is currently on life support following a heart attack.
Lily Allen, 35, told fans she's in desperate need of a trip to the salon as she prodded her overgrown eyebrows on Thursday.
Married At First Sight fans compared Brett Helling to cricketing great Merv Hughes on Tuesday night after he sported a terry towelling bucket hat.
Mitch Trubisky and fiancée Hillary Gallagher have nothing but love for the Windy City.