Chris Brown's supposed 9-month-old baby girl is named Royalty!
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Draven Rodriguez's creativeness went viral last year after he shared a photo featuring lasers and his cat that he wanted his school to include as his yearbook photo.
And while his teachers at Schenectady High School initially rejected the idea - they soon became hip to how amazing the photo really is.
But unfortunate news hit the world on Thursday evening when his parents revealed that the 17 year old had tragically taken his own life.
Draven Rodriguez's father Jonathan Stewart released a heartfelt statement about his son's tragic death. Here's what his father said
Give us a break! No, give us 230 million breaks!
While the exact age of dinosaurs is up for debate, the existence of them is not… unless you're user CADministry from Mumsnet.com.
This person was outraged that children are being taught about dinosaurs in school because they didn't exist before the 1800s and because they teach children to be violent.
At first, people thought this parent was kidding when part of the spiel said:
It's pretty amazing how incredibly different two countries can be.
At Monessen Middle School in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania parents are up in arms over a Fifty Shades of Grey word search puzzle that somehow got into the hands of several middle schoolers.
At first, it seems parents were freaking out as if a teacher gave the students the expletive-laden, BDSM-themed worksheet.
But now it looks more like just a few students got a hold of the puzzle while on an in-school suspension.
Though just the fact that the puzzle ended up in a
A 17-year-old student named Austin says the school he was attending forced him to leave because he was gay.
The school had found out about this because of a YouTube channel Austin was operating that posted videos of himself trying to encourage other teens to feel OK with coming out with their sexual preference.
However the school's principal recently called Austin to his office where he told Austin the following
This is so ridiculous!
A little kid was playing make believe with a friend when his Texas elementary school decided to suspend him for it.
Well, it all started when Jason Steward took his son Aiden to see The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies.
His son, like most kids after seeing a Tolkien movie, was all about playing fantasy. Jason said: