Tuesday, October 23

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Internet Confirms That Kids Say The Most Hilariously Screwed-Up Things

Internet Confirms That Kids Say The Most Hilariously Screwed-Up Things

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Ah, the internet. This vast digital landscape holds certain truths to be self-evident. Like the fact that 90 percent of humanity at large does, in fact, suck. And that high school students will continue citing Wikipedia as a legitimate source of information from now until the end of days. Oh, and that the verbal garbage that comes out of kids' faces is pure social media gold. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DCBP_ATF'); }); Because oversharing is a thing, I bring to you a collection of lovely exchanges between parents and the little ones who trouble them so deeply. 1. This kid really hates her dad. iStock (via @XplodingUnicorn) googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DCBM_BTF'); })...
10 Of The Most Insane Things People Do In The Name Of Beauty

10 Of The Most Insane Things People Do In The Name Of Beauty

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googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTBT_ATF'); }); What's the craziest thing you've ever done for beauty? Going to bizarre lengths to look younger, fresher, and more vibrant is nothing new. For centuries women (and men) have searched for the secret to eternal youth. In Ancient Rome, elite women used the sweat and dead skin cells of gladiators who survived their battles as face cream. It's a vomit-inducing thought, but are we really much better today? Here are 10 of the most insane things people are doing for beauty right now. We'll let you be the judge. 1. Vampire Facials You've probably seen this photo of Kim Kardashian's “blood facial,” but what's actually going on here? We did some digging and found ou...
Math Class, Recess…And Gun Safety? One Parent Is Up In Arms About This Odd Lesson

Math Class, Recess…And Gun Safety? One Parent Is Up In Arms About This Odd Lesson

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An anonymous mother in Jacksonville, Florida, is upset that her second-grader was exposed to NRA gun safety programs without her permission. As she says, her little son returned home from school one day with the mindset that "not all guns are bad." While the NRA program Eddie Eagle teaches tells kids some valuable information about guns, it also passes along the message that toy guns are okay. Many parents disagree with the sentiment, saying that toy guns confuse children and help perpetuate a culture of violence. Listen as the mom explains how the school has "undone seven years of parenting in one hour." Read More: 7 Topics Banned From Classrooms Around The World Do you think schools should use programs created by the NRA? If your district had ...