120 Happy Birthday Wishes For Friends And Best Friends

Tell your best friends “happy birthday!” in a way that only you could.

What do you say on someone’s birthday to wish them a happy birthday? Especially when that someone is your friend? What should you write to your best friend that isn’t what she’s going to already read 100 times on her Facebook timeline when she wakes up on the morning of her birthday?

Whether it’s your best friend’s birthday, or you’re celebrating your work colleague’s birthday during your lunch break, or you’re figuring out what to say in a birthday text to an old friend you haven’t talked to in a while, every special person in your life deserves a heartfelt birthday wish.

It’s not always easy to know just what to say on someone’s birthday, and you want your birthday gift to your friend to be unique and a step above the rest. Sometimes a cute happy birthday gif is a way to make your friend laugh when they’re scrolling through social media, but oftentimes we want to go that extra mile to make the people closest to us feel loved on their special day. So scroll through some of our suggestions below for the best “Happy birthday, friend!” quotes and heartfelt birthday wishes for a friend to help you say just the right thing to let them know you care. ​

Happy Birthday Wishes for Friends

1. “Happy Birthday. Live beautifully, love generously, laugh freely. Thanks for being a fantastic friend. I hope this year brings you the best that life has to offer.”

2. “A big birthday hug for you, good friend!”

3. “I hope your Birthday finds you this happy, friend.”

4. “Wishing you happiness to welcome each morning. Wishing you laughter to make your heart sing. Wishing you friendship, sharing, and caring. And all of the joy the birthday can bring.” — Noble Diary

5. “I treasure our friendship! Happy Birthday!”

6. “Happy Birthday my friend! Today is a day to celebrate you, so make it special and surround yourself with everything that makes you feel like the star you are!”

7. “I just wanted to wish you a happy birthday, friend, and to let you know that you are not alone. Should you need someone to lean on, I will be here for you.”

8. “A new year begins and it’s like a movie. You are the director, my friend. Make it …

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40 Music Festival Quotes To Get You Excited For Your Next Concert Lineup

Music festivals can serve so many purposes.

Music festivals are such a big deal for this generation. They’re really cool because it’s like a concert for all the bands your love at once, all in the same place. You don’t have to buy a million different concert tickets and run out of money trying to see all your favorite artists separately. You get to buy one ticket and see them all at once with all your friends, and oftentimes you get to see other bands that you wouldn’t normally pay to see — and who knows? You might end up loving them too.

These days many music festivals take place over multiple days, usually a weekend (if not two). Events like Firefly festival and Electric Daisy Carnival can last upwards of 3 days, while the biggest music festivals in the world such as the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Ultra Music Festival take place two weekends in a row. All music festivals that last multiple days offer hundreds of different bands, singers and DJs throughout the days, and people make it a point to design different outfits to correspond with the themes for each of the days.

It’s funny how all these music festivals are kind of like a modern-day Woodstock (which actually is getting a re-boot itself, with the new Woodstock 2020 taking place in August 2020). The original Woodstock festival took place in 1969 and attracted more than 400,000 attendees. It was infamous for the theme of “peace and music”, and is the basis for most of these modern-day festivals, now hosting upwards of 420,000 people in a weekend.

Some festivals have themes to them as well, like country music festivals, rock festivals, electronic music festivals and so on. When it comes to buying tickets, you typically have to purchase them at least few months ahead of time (for the bigger festivals). The pricing can also vary based on the type of concert you’re attending. Larger festivals like Coachella, Firefly and Austin City Limits can charge over two and three hundred dollars per ticket.

If you’re a festival-goer and excited for the upcoming festival season, use these music festival quotes to get you pumped up for your next concert lineup. 

1. Cheers.

“Here’s to the nights that turned into mornings, and the friends that turned into family” — Unknown

2. Everyone wants to enjoy it.

“There’s …

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10 Comforting Bible Verses To Post On Twitter During The COVID-19 Crisis

10 Comforting Bible Verses To Post On Twitter During The COVID-19 Crisis

Inspire someone on Twitter during this dark period in history.

One post on Twitter can go viral on social media. Words make a difference in someone’s life.

So, why not post a comforting Bible verse during today’s COVID-19 crisis?

Why post comforting Bible verses on Twitter?

We are always looking for inspiration and social media is a great way to communicate globally during times of social distancing.

The potential of death and the fear the world faces at the prospects of losing someone they love open the hearts of everyone.

People are searching desperately for a kind word, a thought that inspires or to reach for the faith and the great beyond in hopes of finding answers.

There are so many questions swirling around on social media when it comes to the COVID-19 crisis.

From what it looks like, feels like and what to do if you suspect that you have caught it.

But, one question that many people have in their hearts also involves a question about their faith — why would God allow something like this to happen.

A post on places like Twitter informs the world and gives them a reason to think deeply.

When people go on Twitter, they want to find poetry in life.

Social media fuels our motivation (or demotivates us) for living, working and loving others during times of hardship.

What makes Twitter so powerful is its ability to make a point in a concise way.

It’s because we generally want our inspiration and comfort to come in a few short words.

During this COVID-19 crisis, we have heard celebrities give us their point of view.

They help us to change our perspective and to see light in the darkness, too.

When people post on Twitter, they turn to poets and philosophers to retweet their words, but sometimes a hashtag may lead someone to you.

But what we don’t realize is some of the best one-liners can come directly from the ancient texts, such as a comforting Bible verse.

It may seem like the Bible is too old or out of date to apply to our lives in modern times, but I encourage you to give it a chance.

Regardless if you are a religious person or not, these stanzas provide comfort to us all.

Here 10 best Bible verses to use as comforting quotes as posts on Twitter.

1. Nothing is impossible.

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30 Kenny Rogers Quotes About Life, Fame & Country Music

Legendary Country Music Star dies, Kenny Rogers at 81.

Award-winning singer/ songwriter, Kenny Rogers was born on August 21, 1938, in Houston, Texas. He was the fourth of eight children to Lucile Lois, a nurse’s assistant and Edward Rogers, a carpenter. He worked as a busboy at the Rice Hotel and swept floors at a hat store for nine dollars a week. In 1949, he won a talent show at the Texan Theatre. His music career spanned over six decades.

From the 1950s, Rogers was a teenage rock sensation with a hit song, “That Crazy Feeling” which resulted in his National TV appearance on “American Bandstand”. He worked along with bands and as a solo artist.

His album and song, “The Gambler” released in 1978, the hit song became huge in the country and pop industry in which he won a second Grammy award. Rogers had 24 number-one hits and he is a sixth time Grammy award-winning artist. In 2013, the hit country legend was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.

Besides being a legendary musician, Rogers has published several books including a 2012 autobiography.

Until recent years it has been quoted that “he would choose success over family”. He has also stated that he has “regretted that decision because he missed out on the good years of his children growing up”.

Sadly, Kenny Rogers, 81, died at his home on March 20, 2020, from natural causes while he was under hospice care. He was surrounded by family. He leaves behind his wife, Wanda Miller and five children (three from previous relationships) in which he loved to spend most of his time.

Kenny Rogers’ music has impacted the history of American and Country Music. His music has touched the lives of many people across the world. Rogers’ legacy will continue to live on through his music. Here some of the best Kenny Rogers’s quotes to remember him by.

1. There is no in-between in friendship.

“You can’t make old friends. You either have them or you don’t.” —Kenny Rogers

2. Sometimes singing has more impact rather than saying them.

“If you want people to know what your message is, just sing it.”—Kenny Rogers

3. If you love something it is who you are not what you do.

“Music is what I am, everything else is what I do.”—Kenny Rogers

4. Know your battles.

“You gotta know when to …

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50 Funny Easter Memes To Share With Your Family & Friends On Easter Sunday

50 Funny Easter Memes To Share With Your Family & Friends On Easter Sunday

The best Easter memes shared around the internet.

Easter Sunday, for the most part, is supposed to be filled with joy, candy, and bunnies. While the popular holiday is based on Christian tradition referencing the resurrection of Jesus Christ, it has turned more secular in the United States, where families often start their day celebrating with hidden Easter eggs, bunnies, carrots and lots (and lots!) of food.

And what better way to celebrate Easter online than sharing the best Easter memes around? From funny Easter quotes to relatable memes, there are thousands of creative ways to laugh a little as you wake (way too early) for Easter Sunday service.

Easter, like most holidays, is a way to connect with family. A way to talk to your grandparents, cousins and aunts that you maybe only speak to three times a year over food and church services.

Those who live in populated places or big cities like Chicago, New York, or Los Angles then have the opportunity to bring their kids to the many community-hosted Easter egg hunt events. Or, for a more laid back way of celebrating the holiday (and don’t mind waiting hours in line waiting for a seat), many people meet at restaurants for Easter-themed brunches.

Nonetheless, the one thing I love even more than being with my family for Easter? Funny Easter memes to share with my family and friends. Memes and Easter quotes never get old, and they come in all shapes and sizes. Take a scroll to see our picks of the best memes and quotes about Easter to share on Easter Sunday.

1. Just casually rising from the dead.

“Jesus on the third day be like ‘aight I’m bout to headeth out.'”

2. Okay, there is such a thing as too literal.

“Easter cookies nailed it.”

3. When Easter falls in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

“An eggsential worker.”

4. What Jesus must have said Easter morning.

“Cash me outside howbow dat.”

5. The saddest story in history gets better at the end.

“When you get to the part where your Lord and Savior dies, but then you remember he’ll be back in 3 days.”

6. The pros and cons of being an adult during Easter.

“Being an adult: Pros – I can eat 28 Easter eggs and nobody can stop me. Cons – I ate 28 Easter eggs and nobody stopped me.”


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50 Kindness Quotes For Kids To Use When They Are Quarantined At Home

Use being cooped up at home due to coronavirus as an opportunity to teach them kindness.

Nurturing kindness within children and making sure they learn to have empathy and respect for others — these important lessons start at home. As the parents, teachers and family of children, we should instill these qualities in our youth as much as possible to ensure that they spread love and kindness into the world. Especially now, during the coronavirus pandemic — when tensions and anxieties are high.

In today’s society, we are quick to judge others and we lack the respect of our elders, women and even children. When our youth are exposed to these behaviors, though, they begin to adapt to them and mimick them. So now, more than ever before as the majority of the world is at home in quarantine as we wait out the virus, we parents are who need to lead by example so the children in our lives can apply the positive attributes they are exposed to and eventually they will carry those into society.

To start teaching children what it means to be kind, take a look below at four routines you can incorporate into your kids’ daily schedules while they are spending time at home:

1. Be kind, smile and mind your manners.

It is a great idea to get children in the habit of smiling and expressing themselves in a positive and kind way. Remind them that having something nice to say to others are a good way to spread love around. You can remind them to smile and thank you for holding the door open for them, or to thank you for making lunch or snack.

2. Know when to say something nice, and when not to say anything at all.

Like the old saying, if you can’t say anything nice then don’t say anything at all. Sometimes holding your tongue is the best way to avoid conflict, so encourage your kids to get into the habit of saying nice things to each other, and when they are upset, backing away from the situation (rather than fighting).

3. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Remind your child that if they do something to someone that they do not like, it is not a good feeling — it might help them to try to imagine how that same situation would …

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50 ‘Be Yourself’ Quotes That Teach You To Live Unapologetically

Living your life unapologetically helps you go through life more stress-free.

It’s difficult to find people who are original. They don’t have to sugar coat their life, to make it seem better than it is. Sure, fitting with the ‘in-crowd’ gets you into the social circle, but you could be hindering your identity unintentionally.

If you build relationships on fake smiles and giggles, then you don’t have a relationship at all. Trying to fit in is exhausting to your mind, body, and spirit. It will produce negative energy, when in fact just being yourself can creative positive ones.

Think of the ‘copy’ and ‘paste’ options on our computer screens. If we all want to adhere to the perfect person, according to social media and the news, then no one would ever tell us apart. Creating your own voice in a sea of people who want to replicate each other, creates a healthier version of yourself.

“Those who inspire others are people who are themselves. Why not try to be an inspiration to others?” – Annette Szproch

This comes to play when we accept who we are. We’re all made uniquely different, and embracing that is how we become a role model for others. With all the filters that Instagram offers, wouldn’t it be nice to show off to not have to choose? Confidence in ourselves is the best filters we can show off to the world because it not only builds us but others as well.

Being real with others allows us to create stronger bonds and better clarity of our own reflection. Do you ever look at yourself in the mirror, wondering who the other person staring back is? I’ve been there and I’ve realized how much harm comes from just not loving our own reflection. This could be a lack of self-image care. We don’t work on ourselves enough to value our strengths and recognize our weaknesses.

The more we accept our faults, the easier it will be to accept others. We’re all human so let’s start acting like it. We are not made out of aluminum and steel. Blood, emotions, and neurons are what make us all connected. If we truly want deeper connections with others, then we have to try to connect with ourselves first.

If you need the inspiration to begin your journey on finding and loving yourself, here are the best “be yoursef” quotes …

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40 Best James Lipton Quotes About Acting, Hollywood & Pursuing Your Passions

A name that will be missed by Hollywood.

James Lipton was born on September 19th, 1926 and died recently at his home in Manhattan — on March 2nd, 2020 — from bladder cancer at the age of 93. A writer, lyricist, actor and at one point the dean of a drama school in New York City called Actor’s Studio Drama School at Pace University, Lipton produced, wrote and hosted a show on Bravo television called, Inside the Actor’s Studio.

Lipton is originally from Detroit, Michigan. His mother was a teacher and librarian, and his father, a graphic designer, and columnist. Lipton worked as a paperboy as a child and an actor in the Catholic Theater of Detroit as well as on the radio. He graduated from Central High School in Detroit and went to Wayne State University for a year and then joined the U.S. Air Force.

James Lipton was originally going to pursue a career as a lawyer and picked up acting on the side to help finance his career and education. He eventually picked up dancing and choreography skills and was cast in Broadway roles such as The Autumn Garden, Sherry! and The Man Who Came to Dinner. He was also in a film called The Big Break.

Lipton also succeeded as an author for the book he wrote called An Exaltation of Larks. He eventually published another novel entitled, Mirrors. This book was able to be turned into a television series as well.

Lipton appeared on multiple episodes of Arrested Development playing Warden Stefan Gentles. He was also the voice of the director in Disney’s Bolt.

James Lipton had a desire to initiate a 3-year education program for actors to teach them everything he had learned. His school joined with New York City’s New School University to form the Actors Studio Drama School. This eventually was molded into The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University.

In Lipton’s personal life, he was married to an actress, Nina Foch, from 1954-1959. He married model Kedakai Turner Lipton in 1970 and was with her ever since. Kedakai was also the illustration designer of Lipton’s book, An Exaltation of Larks, The Ultimate Edition.

Lipton also learned how to become a pilot in his personal time. He was certified in Airplane Single Engine Land planes and had been flying since 1980 …

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51 Funny Ellen DeGeneres Quotes & Memes That Teach Us About Compassion

Not only is she funny, but she teaches us every day to be compassionate to the people around us.

Ellen DeGeneres is a 62-year-old comedian, actress, writer, and television host. When it comes to stand-up comedy, Ellen started performing in small clubs. However, in 1981 she became the emcee at Clyde’s Comedy Club. Around that time, she began to go on tours all over the nation, and in 1984, Showtime declared her The Funniest Person In America.

In 1986, Ellen appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. After she performed that set, Carson motioned for her to join him for an on-air interview, which was the first time a female comedian was invited to partake in that. Even though Ellen stopped performing stand-up in 2003, she made her comeback after 15 years by releasing a special to Netflix called Relatable.

Ellen DeGeneres also has a very successful television career. She had her first regular TV role in 1989 on a sitcom called Open House. She also had parts in shows like One Night Stand and Laurie Hill.

In 1994, Ellen DeGeneres starred in the show These Friends of Mine but after a season they changed the name of the show to Ellen. In 1997, “came out” as a lesbian on The Oprah Winfrey Show and thus, her character on Ellen also came out as gay in the sitcom. Ellen then became the first show on prime-time to include an openly gay leading character, however, the show was canceled shortly after in 1998, so DeGeneres began her own talk show called The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2003.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show was incredibly successful, receiving over 20 Daytime Emmy Awards in the first five seasons. The show continues to air daily on NBC.

In 2008, Ellen DeGeneres married actress Portia de Rossi, and in 2009, was a judge on American Idol — but DeGeneres decided to leave the show after just one season because she didn’t enjoy judging the contestants.

She then explored interior design with her show Ellen’s Design Challenge in 2015. In 2017, she hosted Ellen’s Game of Games which featured weird competitions among her audience members.

Along with her television work, Ellen DeGeneres is famous for voice acting the role of Dory in the animated film Finding Nemo in 2003. She then reprised her role in 2016 in the film Finding Dory

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50 Funny Sassy Quotes For Your Next Selfie Instagram Caption

Everyone needs a good caption for Instagram selfies!

Don’t you hate when you can’t decide on a good Instagram caption for that perfect selfie you can’t wait to post? I don’t know about you, but I love a sassy quote about girl empowerment like, ” I don’t need a man — I just need a man”… or maybe, “girls need a boost, women climb to the top on our own”. Something along those lines is both sassy and strong — and as they say … confidence is key!

Instagram is a platform a lot of people use to express themselves and show who they truly are (or at least who they want to be). Selfies are a chance to use social media for your own benefit, so why not have a trendy, sassy caption to catch your follower’s attention when you’ve finally snapped that cute photo of yourself?

When it comes to building a platform of dedicated followers, you definitely need to think about your captions. I’m sure a lot of us think about what selfies will get the most likes (even if we don’t want to), so our captions not only improve the chances of getting likes, but also encourage people to follow us for more sassy advice.

Did you know that someone is more likely to like your photo based on your caption — even if you look cute in the pic or not? People love confidence, so using a good quote that shows how much you love yourself is only going to help you. No, I’m not saying to just start uploading un-post able photos, but there’re a lot more to our Instagram posts than just looks. A sassy quote could change someone’s whole perspective of your profile.

So if you need a few caption ideas, we’ve got you covered. We’ve gathered some new things to say under your photos that you likely haven’t used before. Take a look at our favorite funny, sassy quotes you can use for your Instagram selfie captions.

1. Cocky or confident? You decide.

“I wish common sense was common.”

2. Start with pleasing yourself.

“I can only please one person a day. Today isn’t your day. Tomorrow doesn’t look good either.”

3. Basic isn’t in your vocabulary.

“A sass a day keeps the basics away.”

4. No one wants to be average.

“Be savage, not average.”

5. Rock what you got.

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