While most average people would love to “suffer” through million dollar paychecks, the substantial wage gap between Hollywood’s top paid actors and actresses was evident when Forbes released the list of the highest paid actresses of 2015.
Jennifer Lawrence topped the list by raking in $52 million pre-tax over 12 months — $16.5 million more than second-ranked Scarlett Johansson, who earned $35.5 million — but still substantially less than Robert Downey Jr.’s leading $80 million paycheck in 2015.
All in all, the world’s 18 highest-paid actresses earned a combined $281 million before taxes and fees – $660 million less than the 34 world’s highest-paid actors, who earned a cumulative $941 million.
But, with all that said, let’s take a look at the actresses who did top the list.
As parents, it’s your job to discipline your children and stop those “unacceptable” behaviors they might exhibit. That can be hard to do at times, however, when the things that those kids do are actually quite impressive.
Of course you can’t tell them that and encourage it going forward, but you can admit it on Reddit, just as these parents did.
Are you single? Do you love bacon? Then you’re in luck because now there’s an app for that.
That’s right. Oscar Mayer has recently released a 100-percent real dating app that promises you can “connect with thousands of like-minded lovers who share your selective taste in bacon that’s cured for 12 hours, and smoke-housed for another 12.”
You’re asked a series of bacon-related questions and then given options of those who “meat” your criteria. The name? Sizzl.
Meh. It’s not a bad name, but I think they could do a bit better.
Although every mom is different in her own lovely way, there are some things that seems to blend them all together in a way they can all relate to. Because they care (remember, it’s always because they care) they tend to get annoyed when their families don’t exactly behave in a manner that shows that they care…and why don’t you ever call?
Anyway, the people over at BuzzFeed decided to take the things that moms say and create “inspirational” posters. Please wipe your feet on your way in.
There are certain things that bring you right back to the teen years (for better or worse) and, for women, many of those things are the beauty products they used.
The word “beauty” is used a bit loosely, but that was the goal. After all, how could you not be totally rad while wearing a Hypercolor T-shirt pulled to the side in a clip while smelling like Electric Youth?
First and foremost, you need somewhere to keep all your products. The solution? A Caboodle! The equivalent of a tackle box for all your makeup and hair ties.
The family that dresses up together stays together, right? OK. Maybe that’s not how the phrase goes, but when it comes to creative costumes that can be easily made and worn any time of the year, it totally fits.
Not only are these costumes adorable, but they also allow the whole family to dress up and step out in style.
Have you ever looked at stock photographs and rolled your eyes at how ridiculously out of touch they seemed? If so, then 45-year-old animator and writer Matt Vescovo — a.k.a. “The Stock Photobomber” — is just the man for you.
We all know that moms can be a little bit, shall we say, overbearing at times. They mean well, but the invention of technology means that they can “mean well” in various forms now — including sending texts.