The Internet Does Not Believe You’re Pregnant

In late February of the year 1456, an apprentice named John Helton was drawn, hanged, and quartered for spreading the claim that Edward of Westminster was not Queen Margaret’s son. Queen Margaret, the rumor went, had faked her pregnancy, so the 2-year-old posing as the Prince of Wales must be either a random nonroyal toddler or a changeling. More than half a millennium later, conspiracy theorists are still preoccupied with the wombs of royal women. Now, the supposed pretender to the pregnancy is Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex. Anti-Markle internet sleuths, who call themselves #Megxiteers, have stared at pictures of the expecting duchess so long and hard that they’ve become convinced her baby bump is a prosthetic called a Moonbump—and …

Ubisoft pledges its support to the Notre-Dame Cathedral

Good news, everyone: The homeless man whose pet rat was stolen has been reunited with his beloved fur baby! Chris and Lucy are inseparable. The pair are often spotted around Sydney, Australia — while Chris chats with passerby, Lucy snacks on vegetables and naps. But on Apr. 6, Chris left Lucy on a milk crate while he used a nearby restroom. When he returned, Lucy was gone.  A heartbreaking photo of a devastated Chris sitting on the street without Lucy was posted across social media.  “My pet rat Lucy was stolen on Saturday,” his sign read. “Lucy is black and white with a bite of brown.”  In a screenshot of an anonymous Facebook post posted to the subreddit r/trashy, a …