My friend sent me this new song by cute singer-songwriter Marga Lane. It sounds like a sweeter version of Amy Winehouse and her song will definitely stimulate your auditory faculties
What a single mom did her for son during a "Donuts with Dad" event will make you heart melt – Rare
A Few Answers To Questions You Always Wondered About – Caveman Circus
10 Massive Unanswered Movie Mysteries (That Were Actually Solved) – Linkiest
Cheating Girlfriend Gets Surprise Gift (video) – Leenks
5 Reasons It’s Impossible to Read When My Cats Are Nearby – Catster
Beckham Mansion in France for Sale $3.1 Million – Evil Beet Gossip
40 musical reasons why Dolly Parton is a groundbreaking genius, in chronological order – OMG Blog
How I Use Ritual to Prepare for and Grieve the Passing of a Beloved Pet – Dogster
Keanu Reeves Makes A Tragic Announcement About His Life – Quirly Cues
Peek Inside Al Capone’s Luxurious Miami Mansion – Parade
17 Men Reveal The Little Things Their Girlfriend Does That Make Them Feel Loved (That Most Women Overlook) – Thought Catalog
The World’s Highest Paid Supermodels Are Richly Sexy (10 Photos) – Radass
Charlotte McKinney Rockin’ the Bikini in Hawaii – G-Celeb
Dani Mathers Is Going To Face Charges For Being A Cunt – The Blemish
70 year old Man robs bank, sits down in lobby and tells police he would rather be in jail than keep living with wife – Newser
Funny Puns That’ll Surely Get You a Laugh – Bro My God
30 Gorgeous girls with mesmerizing eyes – Bad Sentinel
1. First Day Of First Grade And Last Day Of High School
2. First And Last Day Of School
#1 Splitting The Catch By Audun Rikardsen, Norway
A large male killer whale feeds on herring that have been squeezed out of the boat’s closing fishing net. He has learnt the sound that this type of boat makes when it retrieves its gear and homed in on it. Usually, it’s the fishing boats that look for the killer whales and humpbacks, which help to locate the shoals of herring that migrate to these Arctic Norwegian waters. But in recent winters, the whales have also started to follow the boats.
#2 Swarming Under The Stars By Imre Potyó, Hungary
Imre was captivated by the chaotic swarming of mayflies on Hungary’s River Rába and dreamt of photographing the spectacle beneath a starlit sky. For a few days each year (at the end of July or beginning of August), vast numbers of the adult insects emerge from the Danube tributary, where they developed as larvae. On this occasion, the insects emerged just after sunset. At first, they stayed close to the water, but once they had mated, the females gained altitude. Winners will be announced on 18 October.
1. When you’re sitting by yourself in a public place and someone sits next to you, your first instinct is great. I hope they don’t start talking to me.
2. Then they start talking and you’re like, FUCK.
3. They’re blah blahing about their day while you silently wonder who you pissed off recently to warrant this kind of karmic retribution.
4. And then you consider how to escape the situation and/or wonder how long it’s going to be until they stop talking.
5. You don’t even try to hide your side eye anymore. It’s basically an art form at this point. Like, your friends have actually complimented you on your side eye before it’s that good.
6. Any small space where you get stuck with other people is basically your own personal hell. Elevators, the cream/sugar corner at a cafe, waiting in line. These are all TERRIBLE places to get stuck with strangers.
The Story Of A Dog’s Last Day On Earth – Caveman Circus
Trying to make money online? Checkout these companies – Retirement Improved
10 Futuristic Materials That Will Change The World – Leenks
Cats Left for Dead by a Hoarder Find Hope, Healing, and Home – Catster
Samantha Hoopes’ Patriotic Bikini Photos in Malibu – G-Celeb
Forensic Artist Brings A Crystal Skull Vodka Bottle To Life In A Weird Experiment – Linkiest
Here’s Natalie Portman as You Want to Remember Her – The Blemish
This Is What Happens To Your Body One Hour After You Drink A Soda – Quirly Cues
We don’t even know what to say about Kim Kardashian’s latest Instagram post – Rare
Serenading teacher makes students totally gag and cringe with pop renditions on first day of school – OMG Blog
Can Mel Gibson Make a Comeback? – Evil Beet
Badly Injured Pit Bull Goes From the Streets to a Loving Home in 11 Days – Dogster
Lost Cat Reunites with Family 19 Months and 4500 miles – Cat Channel
These Are 5 Areas Around The World That Are Blacked Out On Google Maps. What’s Going On There!? – Slip Talk
A Bikini a Day Keeps the Doctor Away – Bro My God
Ten Underrated Sega Games – Gunaxin
Sometimes it just takes a feeling to know you’ve found “the one.” That’s how Lisa Reilly describes the first time she saw Meatball (or Meaty), the pit bull mix who would melt her heart and become one of her most constant companions. She writes in an essay for PetCo that she first spotted the smiley dog in a photo posted on Fresno Bully Shelter‘s Facebook page. He reminded her so much of her bull dog, Kitty, who had passed away three months prior. She took him home and gave him the love and care he desperately needed. Upon welcoming her new companion, she came to realize that he loved the camera.
Reilly gladly snapped shots of Meaty and put his picture on Instagram, quickly realizing how his lovable aura translated across the screen. By scrolling through the images, it’s not hard to see why Meaty’s friendly face has nearly 40K followers falling in love, too.
ChadMichael Morrisette, a Los Angeles-based brand consultant and visual designer, says he was surprised to receive a message on Facebook earlier this week from the man (name withheld) who helped make his teen years miserable.
The man explained that he’d been inspired to apologize after his young daughter asked if he’d ever bullied anyone.
Morrisette posted the apology on his Facebook page with a note that provided some background:
“During junior high and high school I was bullied for being who I am. I was bullied for being gay. I was bullied for being little. I was bullied for every reason someone is bullied. It was awful. I couldn’t even walk to classes without an adult escort or friends with me.”
The message read:
For the past 10 years, a blind man named Jia Haixia and his friend who is a double amputee, named Jia Wenqi, have been replanting trees in Yeli Village, northeastern China to try and revive the once baron landscape.
Haixia was born blind in on eye and lost sight in the other due to a work related accident. Wenqi also lost both of his arms in an accident at just 3-years-old. The two of them leased 8 acres of land from the government and started planting trees to try and protect their village from flooding.
Haixia and Wenqi have been planting trees in Yeli Village, northeastern China, for the past 10 years.
Wenqi lost his arms in an accident at just 3-years-old.