Six-year-old b-girl Terra was the youngest competitor in the recent Chelles Battle Pro, and handily took on her opponents to win the “best dancer in the Baby Battle” title.
I’m going to go out on a limb and suggest that this girl is not going to have self-confidence problems later in life.
Via the very funny Pardis Parker.
I know I mentioned it here before, but now the Out of Eden Walk is actually happening and it’s even cooler than I thought it would be.
Photo credit: Paul Salopek
a) Would not want to be wearing contact lenses.
b) Best Facebook profile photo ever.
From the series “Blow Job” by Lithuanian photographer Tadao Cern.
Via Slate, you can see the rest here.
A creative way to tell your friends that your relationship is coming to an end. Congratulations to the (former) couple for handling things in a graceful, mature and kind way, and special high-five to Ivory for being straight-up about the fact that she doesn’t want kids. This might comes as a shock — but not every woman does. (Nor does every man, but that seems to be a lot less controversial for some unfair reason?)
Via Ashley of Decently Domestic.
There are two things I love about this video.
The first is the idea of Rejection Therapy — I don’t know much about the actual game itself, but I like the intent of helping people become more comfortable with failure, and more confident in the face of rejection.
The second thing I love is the fact that this guy makes what he thinks is a ridiculous, doomed-to-fail request… and he has his wish granted. It’s an even more valuable lesson in going after what you want, even in the face of probable rejection. Even if the odds aren’t on your side — you never know when you’re going to catch a break.
Via Pardis Parker.
An intense, seven-year journey on foot, from the Rift Valley to Patagonia. Tracing our ancestors’ footsteps and telling stories along the way.
Can’t wait to follow along.
Via the Nieman Journalism Lab.