Justin Bieber told the world he had a bad birthday, and we believed him. But then the questions came, the speculation started and rumors ran rampant. What, exactly, could have ruined Justin Bieber's 19th birthday?
This week, several media outlets rediscovered an old New York Times chart that tells you how popular your birthday is, ranking each day of the year from 1 to 366. While it's fun to learn the most common birthdays in the U.S., it's much more fun to think about the most popular conception dates!
A day too late, Nick Bilton, New York Times tech writer and author of a book called I Live in the Future, sent out a tweet wishing the Twitter gang a happy birthday on an even more wrong day than yesterday.
Everyone from Mashable to The White House is wishing Twitter a happy sixth birthday today, but we remember celebrating Twitter's birthday last July, too. So, what gives?
On February 29, 2008, Michelle Birnbaum gave birth on her own birthday, meaning that four years later we would get to read about how unlikely it was for this mother-daughter pair to share a Leap Day birthday.
February 29th, aka, Leap Day, is an occasion for news outlets to publish frivolous stories about the quirky fate of having a birthday that comes once every four years. But this year, we've noted a hint of darkness.
The many ways those born on 9/11 approach celebrating their special day
Happy birthday, Rupert. They can't say you haven't done well for yourself
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