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We've heard the old phrase "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," but maybe that should be "beauty is in the mind of the beholder" instead. "Dove® on YouTube is about promoting positive self-esteem and helping women feel good about their unique inner and outer beauty." That's what the "About" section states on Dove's YouTube channel, and that's what their "Real Beauty" ad campaigns aim to reflect, but their latest ad has stirred up some controversy. The ad features women who experienced an interesting placebo effect after wearing "Dove: Patches" for two weeks, being told that they contained a compound that would make them feel more beautiful. People are pointing out the irony, however, of a company using the idea of "real beauty" to sell their beauty products.
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This is a once in a lifetime kind of trip. Mike Loffler was able to travel to 20 countries on three different continents in 15 months. There is so much you can learn about other cultures, as well as yourself, on a trip like that. Luckily for us, he filmed the trip in glorious HD.
Two years ago, we featured a beautiful time-lapse of young Lotte from when she was just a baby, all the way to her turning 12. If you thought that was impressive, check out the update! Now Lotte's 14 and her living portrait is still going strong.
Gentlemen... Gentlemen... Gentlemen, it's that time of year again! Time for the 2015 calendar shoot of the Miami Dolphins' Cheerleaders, cue the applause. These gorgeous ladies set the bar high for the cheerleader music videos with their lip-synching of "Call Me Maybe," and this one's even better!
Rosalind Lipsett is one hot model who is very good at her job. She never breaks model character, even when she's at a McDonald's. Actually this is called "modelbombing" and it's the new version of photobombing. But we're not sure it'll catch on, it's kind of hard to concentrate at work with a model there...
Taylor Florence's favorite song is "I Knew You Were Trouble" by Taylor Swift. Thanks to the Firefly Upsee, a brand new special harness, she can now dance to her favorite song without her walker! THREE TO BEE uploaded this incredible video.
It's the winter version of Alfred Hitchock's The Birds. A huge flock of snow geese invaded Canandaigua Lake in New York. It's a beautiful sight... or a scary one, depending on your feelings toward birds.
Four-year-old Eliza is dying. The crazy fact is that there's a treatment ready and waiting to keep her alive, but there's not enough money to fund the process. Eliza has Sanfilippo Syndrome. It's complicated, but if she doesn't get her treatment in a few months she'll stop talking. In a few more months she'll stop walking. After that, she'll die. Eliza's parents Glenn and Cara looked to the Internet for help. Viral video creator Ben Von Wong made a video for their fundraiser to help raise one million dollars to treat children with this terminal disease. We have a lot of fun at RTM, but consider this a call to humanity to save Eliza. Donate here.
We are completely surrounded by timelines, on Facebook, Twitter, our phone, they're everywhere. This couple decided they would take this thing we see everyday and turn it into an announcement for something amazing.
Sit back and relax for this one. What you're watching won't seem real, but it is. It's a time-lapse video of fireflies by Vincent Brady and it's simply beautiful.
Tom Fletcher is a huge musician over in England and his wife is an actress. Instead of selling a picture of their baby to the tabloids, they produced this time-lapse video to share the experience from the bump to baby. They took a picture every day for nine months and the musician's original song, "Something New," made the perfect soundtrack to this beautiful video.
Queenstown Kawarau Bridge in New Zealand is definitely not a bad place to have your first bungee jump. The scenery is gorgeous and you know they're going to take care of you. People have been jumping here for more than 20 years and some even say this is where bungee jumping began.