I'm Sally Hall, a creative writing graduate and content enthusiast. My main interests include recipes and potentially viral lists, and in my spare time I like to write and rewrite press releases. My other interests include health, finance, film... oh, and of course small, happy looking animals.
Twitter users have been sharing hilarious tales of mixed up words and awkward replies
Laughter and cringing in equal measure.
This 400-year-old painting being restored is the most satisfying thing you’ll see today
The transformation is incredible.
This sport will make absolutely no sense to anyone outside of Ireland and Australia
Contested by Australia and Ireland, the sport is a mix of Gaelic football and Australian rules football.
A drunk guy who lost his ID got the shock of his life from a dastardly travel agent
Nobody wants to wake up to a letter like this.
These students have got a therapy duck to help them with the stress of uni life
His name is Webster.
Everything that will happen in the next 10 years of football, according to Football Manager 2018
Harry Kane, England, Arsene Wenger and more.
This student committed an absolute food crime in the form of a Pop Tart cheese sandwich
The campus police tweeted this student about his crime against Iowan foodstuffs.
A surfer who broke his back reckons he’ll be riding waves again in a couple of months
He called the accident the 'biggest impact I ever had'.
Smacking children linked to depression and suicide in later life, study suggests
The research also linked childhood smacking to a higher risk of alcohol and drug use in adult life.
Sleep deprivation affects brain in similar way to alcohol, study finds
The research suggests some regions of the brain doze, while the rest of the brain functions as normal.
Warning to human race from world scientists: cut consumption or face calamity
More than 15,000 scientists from around the world have issued a warning that the Earth is in peril from environmental impacts.
Sydney residents just named a ferry Ferry McFerryface
It's happened again.
Jamie Oliver: It needs to be easier and cheaper to buy good food
Jamie wants it to be harder to buy poor quality food.
American men are smashing up their coffee machines in a weird sexual harassment protest
Baseball bats, golf clubs and gravity are all being used to destroy the Keurig machines.
Liam Payne lands on his bottom as he tries skateboarding with Stormzy
Not very impressive.
World Kindness Day: 6 reasons why being kind to others is actually good for you
Lending a helping hand is beneficial to your health.
Win €3,500 and get your designs in Wallpaper magazine in new competition
If you’ve got an eye for aesthetics and want to kick start your career in style, we’ve got some potentially exciting news for you.
Model David Gandy backs male cancer awareness campaign
He is encouraging men to visit the doctor earlier.