You don’t find too many beds left on the street or in a public park, but a few weeks ago, that’s what many New Yorkers stumbled across.
Bringing awareness to an organization called Chai Lifeline that helps children with life-threatening or lifelong illnesses, organizers of the #BeAKidAgain event left beds all over New York City last month with a note that said, “Jump On Me.”
With each era, our definition of what it means to be beautiful changes. (Consider the crimped hair and pastel eyeshadow of the 80s…and shudder to yourself.) But usually it changes slowly enough that we don’t think too much about it.
But not in this video. Here’s what being beautiful has meant for the past 100 years condensed into 1 minute…
In a Vine that went viral over the weekend, we see two fascinating phenomenons of contemporary pop-stardom. One, we see Liam Payne of One Direction deftly participating in the practice that seems to have completely replaced signing autographs — selfies.
And, two, we see how exhausting it is. Just look at his face between obligatory smiles.
Some cultures fear photography, believing it steals your soul. From this clip, it seems they might be right…
If you have a kid who loves to draw, you know that most of their many, many pictures turn into litter around the house. A few gain the notoriety of becoming fridge art. And a very rare few are filed away to be used as nostalgia inducement in years to come.