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You're welcome, America. When you think "4th of July" you think; fireworks, parties, beer, BBQ.. right? Well, yes. But you also think Ron-freaking-Swanson. No one is more America than him. You can try but you won't succeed.
God Bless Ron Swanson and God Bless America.
Happy 4th of July! Be safe!
Being pregnant will leave you emotional and a tad bit irrational from time to time. However, when it's all over -- it's always funny to look back at and laugh at some of the absurd reasons that upset you in the first place! The post on the Facebook page Midnight Confessions: Sex And Relationship Advice asked women to share the 'silliest thing you ever cried over during pregnancy' and the ladies did not disappoint.
We all know children learn by copying/following the adults around them. So, when we display bad/toxic behavior in front of our children, it slowly starts developing in them too. But, there's something many of us do that goes unnoticed—nurturing sexism in young boys. For example, by telling their sons that certain things are exclusively for "girls" and doing them would also make them "girly." To address this topic better, artist Damian Alexander used his artistic illustrations to explain how adults encourage sexism in young boys through every day small talk. For more, check out his Instagram page as well as his home page.
Oh boy, here we go again! We're in the midst of wedding season and the stories are just getting stranger and stranger. This time, we've got bridezilla who is demanding all her bridesmaids be the exact same height. The height? 5'10" (177.8cm). That's a bit bizarre, but what if you're 5-freaking-3?
Oh come on, 2019! Throw us a bone here! The Dalai Lama, spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, was interview by BBC this week and told the world that he believes a female successor would have to be attractive. You heard that correctly. Rajini Vaidyanathan, the BBC News reporter, published the interview on Twitter and it cause a stir as Twitter users are calling to 'cancel' the Dalai Lama. The conversation went like this:
Rajini Vaidyanathan: "You once said that you would be open to a female successor."
The Dalai Lama: "That's also possible."
Rajini Vaidyanathan: "You also told one of my colleagues that, that female must be attractive, otherwise it's not much use...Can you see why that comment upset a lot of women?"
The Dalai Lama: "If a female Dalai Lama comes, she should be more attractive." If not, "people, I think prefer, not see her, that face."
What are your thoughts on what the Dalai Lama is saying? Do you agree or disagree?
Who knew Chuckie Finster was so wise?! If you grew up as a kid in the 90s, chances of you being a Rugrats kid is undeniably high. When you look back at some shows, they don't exactly live up to the memories you once had. Not Rugrats. Rugrats is one of those special shows where when you look back at it, you identify on a deeper level with the characters and understand moments that may have gone over our pure and innocent minds, back in the day. And Chuckie Finster? You may recall him as being the scaredy cat of the group but maybe we all pegged him wrong. He might be the wisest baby there is.