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Folks on Reddit seem to think that they know how to pick up women. Their hubris toward their seduction techniques makes them think that their skills are good enough to offer advice. BuzzFeedYellow recently decided to find out if their internet seduction efforts would actually work. They asked a handful of women to read the advice and offer feedback.
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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.
With Disney's Maleficent making its way to theaters soon, who wouldn't want to become one of Disney's greatest villains? Well, pixiwoo has a makeup tutorial that'll have you looking just like the "Mistress of All Evil."
We think it's fair to say every girl has had at least one of these experiences while "bonding" with other girls. Who doesn't love to gossip, talk smack about ex roommates and what-not? But then you get to know each other a little better, start noticing things and things start to get real, real fast. Check out Megan Batoon's hilarious video about the perils of constantly having to one-up your girlfriend.
Are you ready for some literal girl-on-girl action? Sorry guys, this is a different sort of activity. These four girls found a way to mix a trust exercise with a game of Twister, as they laid on chairs until the furniture was taken away. After the chairs were removed, the girls reclined on each other.
There's no snowman, but do you want to build a prom dress? ThreadBanger shows you just how to build the perfect prom look inspired by Disney's Frozen.
The latest installment in the Guys/Girls series from John Elerick at JLE, here are a few major differences between genders when it comes to using the bathroom and doing... bathroom-related things. Excuse me while I go wash my hands for a while and light a candle for my Nana.
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Sometimes people just can't find it within themselves to be original. For some people, it is so bad that you can diagnose them as "basic." This couple is dealing with the horror of finding out that the wife is so inside the box that all of her activities include Starbucks tweets, "What happens in Vegas" captions on group photos, and other stuff that everyone has done before her. CollegeHumor understands that Basic Bitch Syndrome is a real thing that is hard to escape.
Never been kissed? Girls Ask Boys has you covered. Although this video is geared towards the ladies, we think guys could also stand to learn a thing or two about locking lips. For instance, make sure your lips are smooth so put on some chapstick, but leave the lip gloss in your purse. Ain't nobody got time for that mess. Check out the video for more tips.
Who doesn't love Shay and Colette from SHAYTARDS? They are definitely one of our favorite set YouTubers, along with their four kiddos. In this video by the Gregory Brothers, they share their tips and tricks to maintaining a healthy marriage while consistently creating comedic and entertaining content on a regular basis. Note: Results may vary, as you will clearly see in this "instructional" video. You're welcome!
Pink is for girls, and blue is for boys. Girls like pretty things, and boys will be boys. That's what we're taught as kids anyway, but that doesn't always turn out to be true. BuzzFeed explored what it would be like to impose these gender biased "rules" on adults in the workplace.
John Elerick (JLE) recently showed us the difference between men and women waking up in the morning, but now he's highlighting the gender differences of driving. The "girls" representation might be a little exaggerated. Maybe. Hopefully.