People Are Eating Oranges in the Shower to Avoid the Mess?

People Are Eating Oranges in the Shower to Avoid the Mess?

There’s something so masterfully LAZY about this.

Apparently, people are now eating oranges in the SHOWER . . . because it helps them avoid the sticky mess that comes from eating them in normal places.

And the trend is spreading because people are sharing pictures of their “shower oranges” on social media. Of course they are.

(Buzzfeed)

New Social Media Trend: A Selfie Where You’re High Fiving Yourself

New Social Media Trend: A Selfie Where You’re High Fiving Yourself

Apparently the hot new social media trend is taking a selfie where you’re high fiving yourself. And since that means you can’t use your hands, it takes some skill to pull it off.

It seems like the best strategy is to set your photo timer . . . toss your phone in the air . . . high five yourself, so you’re clapping your hands together like you’re praying . . . and hope you get a photo of the high five as it falls.

(Mashable

The New Trend Is Seeing How Many Cheerios You Can Stack on Your Baby

The New Trend Is Seeing How Many Cheerios You Can Stack on Your Baby

Did you have a heartwarming, emotionally-fulfilling Father’s Day with your baby? Cool. Time to stack food on its head.

There’s a new viral trend called the “Cheerio Challenge,” where parents see how many Cheerios they can stack on top of their BABY. So it’s kind of like Jenga, but using cereal instead of blocks . . . and your baby’s HEAD instead of a table.

I’m not sure anyone’s keeping official numbers on this thing, but we saw one picture where a dad stacked 21 Cheerios on his kid’s cheek . . . and that HAS to be the current record, right?

(Daily Edge

People Are Giving “Boomerang Gifts” . . . Where They Give a Present That Benefits Them Too

People Are Giving “Boomerang Gifts” . . . Where They Give a Present That Benefits Them Too

Boomerang Gifts

People Are Giving “Boomerang Gifts” . . . Where They Give a Present That Benefits Them Too

What’s the big Christmas present you’re giving your significant other this year? A giant new TV? Dinner at a fancy restaurant? A trip to Hawaii?

If so, congratulations. Apparently you’re part of this year’s new trend called “boomerang gifts” . . . and you may not even realize you’re doing it.

A boomerang gift is when you give someone a present that also benefits YOU. Taking someone to a couples spa also benefits YOU . . . getting them a sweet new iPad also benefits YOU . . . five seasons of “The Wire” also benefits YOU.

A new survey found it’s becoming more and more popular . . . to the point where the majority of people are doing it now.

The top boomerang gifts are box sets of TV shows, boxes of chocolate, and movies. But really . . . who buys box sets of TV shows anymore?

(FemaleFirst)

 

The New Stupid Internet Trend is the “Thighbrow”

The New Stupid Internet Trend is the “Thighbrow”

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Thighbrow

There’s a new stupid internet trend you might have heard about . . . or will soon. It’s called the “thighbrow.”

It’s just a made-up name for the crease, fold, or roll of flesh that forms between a woman’s upper thigh and their hip when they bend forward, sit, or kneel. Yes, apparently that needed a name.

Think “Kardashian” or just women in bathing suits in general. Although we suppose it happens to guys too? It’s basically part of the whole booty trend, where bigger is better . . . since thicker hips and a big butt tend to create more thighbrow.

It’s more of a hashtag on Instagram than a trend, but whatever. You’ll see a ton of examples if you Google it. Just know that your screen will be filled with photos of scantily clad women.

Yes, we know . . . it makes no sense, because it’s not even really a ‘thing.’ But at least almost anyone can do it?

And if you see it pop up, now you know.

You’re welcome.

 

(People

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