“How poking holes in your earlobes — aka ear piercing — became a girl thing.” – YT
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As it’s my birthday today, and I’ve been having fun with some of the Australian birthday traditions, I thought this would be a great video to put up.
For all of the nasty accidents and mishaps you hear about on a daily basis, there are countless close calls and near misses that people barely rarely even mention in passing.
This video documents some of most startling close calls ever captured on film, with skateboarders almost being run over, motorbikes almost hitting pedestrians, and all manner of other near misses.
It’s a sad truth that everybody seems to hate Facebook, and yet everybody seems intent of carrying on using it because it’s there and what else are they going to do with their lives anyway.
The problem is using Facebook isn’t always a pleasant experience. As this video perfectly demonstrates by showing what Facebook is in a nutshell.
Glee star Naya Rivera has secretly married actor Ryan Dorsey on a beach in Mexico. The wedding took place just three months after Rivera split from rapper Big Sean.
There is a shocking amount of food waster happening in every country around the world. We know longer eat stuff beyond its best-before date, and we’ve generally lost all notion of what it means to be grateful for what we have.
Worst of all is the practice of shops only selling aesthetically pleasing fruit and vegetables. A practice one French supermarket is rallying against.
It turns out that being sprayed with water from a hose held by a black guy can heal you of your maladies. At least that’s what this video shows.
“A contraceptive computer chip that can be controlled by remote control has been developed in Massachusetts.
Fast food workers do tough jobs without any of the appreciation or reward handed out to people in other walks of life. Maybe it’s time we started tipping them.
It’s far too easy to lie about stuff online. No one knows who you really are, or that what you’re saying is true. And people, even your closest friends, can take advantage of this fact.
At the very least, don’t believe everything you read on Facebook. This short film shows why.