1. This dog who will yield when he feels like it, but thanks for asking!
2. The germaphobe that never heard of travel-size bottles of hand sanitizer.
3. This parallel princess who knows she and her bike are a perfect fit.
4. This not-so-lazy boy who didn’t want to choose between comfort and convenience.
5. And the homebody who took it one step further.
6. This bird who knows that just because he can’t fly, it doesn’t mean he can’t look fly.
7. The golf champ who’s sick of losing perfectly good golf balls to that stinking lake.
8. This devoted father who felt so bad the one time he was late for dinner that he made sure it would never happen again.
9. This turtle whose motto is “Slow and steady wins… nothing hahaha!”
10. These gentlemen who know that the best safety feature is a good defense.
Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/corollaelevate/people-who-elevated-their-transportation-game
In March 2012, Seventeen magazine launched its second annual Pretty Amazing Contest which offers a $20,000 scholarship to girls who have done “pretty amazing” things like raising money for the National Eating Disorders Association. Sounds great, right? Nope. Check out the fine print.
No wonder the National Eating Disorders Association needs money. Jerks like the editors at Seventeen are telling girls being pretty is more valuable than their “pretty amazing” accomplishments.
Congrats to SPARK Summit and the #KeepItReal campaign
for their recent victory
in getting Seventeen
to agree to stop altering the models in their magazine. Progress!
Read more: http://upworthy.com/the-fine-print-for-this-pretty-amazing-girl-contest-makes-me-facepalm