Some guy who’s in crazy shape posted a video where he does handstand push-ups while balancing on a bunch of dumbbells that are stacked ten feet high. But it’s mostly a hit online because of what’s going on in the background.
He’s in the middle of a gym, and there’s an old, white-haired guy shooting free throws behind him. He takes five shots in 40 seconds, and never misses.
Remember when Twinkies almost went extinct a few years ago? Well they ROARED back, and now they’re shape-shifting.
Hostess just rolled out brand new TWINKIES ICE CREAM. And they also made flavors based on Ding Dongs, Sno Balls, and those cupcakes that have cream in the middle and a squiggly white line of frosting on top.
The ice creams are on sale at Dollar General stores and apparently some other random convenience stores around the country through May. Good luck tracking them down.
Here are five lies you’re probably telling yourself about money.
You have “good debt.” We’ve all been told there’s a difference between “good debt” like student loans or your mortgage . . . and “bad debt” like from credit cards. And while it’s true that some kinds of debt are worse than others, it’s best to avoid it altogether.
You don’t have enough to invest. If you have enough money for a Netflix subscription or a cup of coffee at Starbucks, then you have money you can invest.
You’ll be earning more in the future. We all want to assume we’ll earn more as we get older and more experienced, but there are no guarantees.
You saved money buying something on sale. If you rationalize a purchase by saying it was on sale, or that you used a coupon, you’re ignoring the fact that money still left your wallet. You only truly “save” money if you were planning to buy it anyway.
You get paid well, so your crappy job is worth it. Financial security is important, so it’s not necessarily smart to quit your stressful job, follow your passion, and become a professional “Pokemon Go” player.
But if you live reasonably and spend wisely, you should be able to find a middle ground where bills get paid AND you’re happy at work.
Love the style, love the Trainspotting meets A Requiem for a Dream- feel of it all, love the clothes, love the cinematography, love the music, love the story, love the performances, love the lyrics, love the beginning, love the end, love the middle part, love that it shows the consequences of drugs vs. promoting it, love that she leaves – I just love everything about this music video. It is definitely one of my all time favorites.