Wiggidy Wack Wednesday to you all, my little gingersnaps! You've done it! You've made it half-way through the week. Give yourselves a pat on the back. Now on to the news...
One in five Brits believe that Light Sabers exist. Twenty-five percent believe humans can be teleported. Almost 50% believe memory-erasing technology exists. Over 40 percent believe in hover boards and almost 1/5 believe they can see gravity.
I really don't see a problem with this. Because if unicorns and fairies exist, then these things can too. Don't even try to tell me unicorns and fairies don't exist or I'll throw a pie at you.
Dear Ke$ha, we can't help the body shape we are born with. In fact you have the same body shape my roommate in college has. But there are certain clothes and bathing suits that can flatter different body shapes. This bathing suit is not one of them. If you have a stylist, now would be a good time to fire them. Sincerely, me.
I'm not really sure who this is supposed to be on the cover of Harper's Bazaar. If in fact this is Courtney Cox, the photoshopper should offer Courtney a public apology and search for a new job.
The only thing worse on the planet than one Bieber is two Biebers. And as much as I'm not fond of Justin Bieber (or Justin Pooper, as my kids refer to him), I think Madam Tussaud's owes him a public apology as well. And why is he hugging himself? That's slightly more creepy than most creepy things I've seen.
And now it's time for... SmartphOWNED!!!
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Something tells me the groom might be in for a little surprise on the wedding night. *coughCRYINGGAMEcough*
And that's all the time I have for today. But remember, if at first you don't succeed, maybe you have unrealistic expectations of yourself and you need to take it down a notch. Until tomorrow, here's something you need to know about dimples. No, the ones on your face, silly.
Dimples are caused by an abnormally short facial muscle.
The zygomaticus major, a facial muscle, is attached to the skin of your cheeks. Dimples appear when the muscle pulls hard enough on your cheeks to cause visible indentations on your face. This usually occurs when we speak or smile, when the muscle is contracting. For some people, the dimples are always there. This occurs when the muscle is too short.
This is a condition that is extremely common among children. As they get older the dimples usually begin to disappear. For those whose dimples don’t go away, they can take solace in the fact that surveys show that people find dimples to be more attractive. In rare cases, some people have a shortened zygomaticus major on one side and not the other, leading to only one dimple.