This is why happy couples don't talk about their relationship on social media

We live in a strange time, when for some people a status on the Internet can have more significance than what’s happening in the real world. We evaluate someone’s life based on the photographs that appear on their Facebook page and what they write about themselves. And we’re often wrong in our judgments.

So here we've found some fascinating reasons why happy couples don’t post their entire lives online, and we just had to share it with you.

Submitted By: doesnt-matter on October 2, 2016

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16 brilliant logos that speak for themselves

From time to time, it seems to many of us that there’s nothing left in the world that can surprise us. But despite this, talented designers and marketing experts don’t give up, and they end up creating something original and fresh to draw our attention. Some minimalistic logos that instantly make sense without any words.

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Submitted By: MemeGuru on September 21, 2016

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9 priceless things that won't cost you a penny

"Everyone wants to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down."

Some things that money cannot buy.

Submitted By: Batwoman on September 19, 2016

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15 Ordinary people who accidentally became Hollywood stars.

They didn’t study at theatrical academies, and they didn’t dream of becoming a celebrity. They were simply at the right place at the right time.

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These comics perfectly capture what dealing with depression is like

Depression is as much an illness as the flu. However, it is more difficult to treat as there is no magic pill or ’one size fits all’ medication that cures this disease. Having depression is a serious matter, but with the support of family members and friends, we can fight it.

And that is exactly what these wonderful cartoons by artist Colleen Butters are about. If you’re depressed, we urge you to take a look at these comics. We’re convinced they will make you believe that everything is going to be all right.

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Submitted By: MemeGuru on September 15, 2016

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25 brutally honest artwork about present-day society

At first glance, these illustrations seem almost funny. Upon further inspection, however, they convey harsh truths... 

Credit: Pawel Kuczynski

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Submitted By: Batwoman on September 13, 2016

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These eight image quotes show you breaking stereotypes.

All beliefs don't reflect reality one of them is stereotype. Click to view more images and comment...

Submitted By: MemeGuru on September 11, 2016

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We are all broken; that's how the light gets in

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The fault is not in our stars
RACY OR BEAUTY? THESE BREAST FEEDING MOMS ARE BLOWING UP THE INTERNET!

Do you believe this is the best way to break the stigma? Why do you think people, men and women alike, are against seeing breasts in this manner? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

"Dear Brock Turner" gives a voice to silenced rape victims.

Hopefully this series, and the bravery of those speaking out, will help others to come forward with their own experiences.

AMITABH BACHCHAN'S LETTER TO THEIR GRAND DAUGHTERS NAVYA & AARADHYA.

SERVES ALOT OF MESSAGE TO ALL THE WOMEN IN THE WORLD.

Submitted By: MemeGuru on September 1, 2016

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The man who tamed the mountain!

The Road That Dashrath Built

Dashrath Manjhi, was an outcast. He was a simple laborer in India. His wife, Phaguni, died due to lack of medical treatment because the nearest doctor was 44 miles away from his village. He did not want anyone else

Dashrath Manjhi, was an outcast. He was a simple laborer in India. His wife, Phaguni, died due to lack of medical treatment because the nearest doctor was 44 miles away from his village. He did not want anyone else too suffer the same fate, so he carved through rock that was 120 yards long, 25 feet deep in places and 30 feet wide to form a road through the mountain. He said, “I started this work out of love for my wife, but continued it for my people. If I did not, no one would.” He worked every day and night for 22 years to do this, and reduced the distance between the Atri and Wazirganj areas of the Gaya district from 46.6 miles to 0.6 miles. He rarely slept. He was given national acclaim for this miraculous accomplishment. On August 17, 2007, Dashrath Manjhi, the amazing, dedicated, selfless, determined, and patient man,  who had tamed a mountain, lost his battle with cancer.

She may find a prince, but her father will always be her king! Happy Father's day

For a little daughter and Father, they share a special bond. Happy Father's day.