The society we live in is fast-paced and always changing. What is haute couture now may be fashion faux pas in just a few seasons; similarly, technology that is hot and in-demand today may not be in a few months’ time. Even the professions we have now are evolving pretty fast; our children’s jobs in the future may not be existing yet and our current jobs may be phased out pretty soon. Yes, this is the type of world we live in – where we are forced to adapt to the changes happening all around us – from fashion to technology, to yep, even eating habits.
One cause of the changes we observe in our society today is the advent of the internet. Because of it, communication became more efficient, education became more accessible, and our daily lives just about easier (albeit lazier). A caveat, though: this technological development is a double-edged sword. While we are empowered by the information that is easily accessible at our fingertips, we also tend to become enslaved by it. Case in point: how many people have you seen in restaurants so engrossed with taking photos of their food and tinkering with their hand-held devices that they forget the importance of human interaction?
These poignant and highly striking photos illustrate just that – the ironies and harsh realities of our society today. Scroll down and see how many you are guilty of.
When a person becomes a slave of social media:
When cigarettes smoke you and not the other way around
On death, violence, and social media
How to choose a partner:
This is how our future behaves…
What do you mean freedom of expression?
How to make generic humans
Branding by religion
How do likecoholics smell? They smell like desperation.
When people base their substance on the amount of selfies taken and likes generated…
Here’s media, having a field day “brainwashing”
When you no longer appreciate the smell of a newly-opened book…
How to spend your time wisely…
When restaurant-goers become instant photographers…
Sometimes words and ideas are best expressed with images.
THIS is What a World Champion Whistler Sounds Like…
This is world-class whistling!
Before a performance, he avoids kissing to keeps his lips in prime condition. He also drinks ice water and treats Chapstick as his best friend.
This is what it takes to be a champion whistler. Christopher Ullman, four-time national and international whistling champion, explains what separates the casual whistler to someone like him who makes whistling an art form.
He's no ordinary whistler.
THIS is the Most Expensive Food in the World!
A 2-pound piece sold for $330,000!
Truffles. Nope, not the sinfully delicious chocolate dessert served at restaurants, but the underground fungus produced by the combination of European red soils and rainy summers which created the rich earthy flavor of this outrageously prized mushrooms!
A pound of this costs thousands of dollars!
To give you an idea, the European white truffles are sold for as much as $3,600 A POUND. At an auction in Macau in 2010, a truffle weighing 2 pounds sold for $330,000! In a fancy restaurant in New York, a hamburger smothered with truffles is worth $150!...
Watch and Learn This Popular Contouring Make up Technique and be Like a Pro!
Learn to enhance your facial structure by contouring and be amazed how make up can bring illusion and artistry.
Watch this step by step video!
Contouring may be very difficult to do but this is an important step whenever girls put make up. Contouring enhances the facial structure of women; it can make the face look thinner, hide flaws and it can also highlight facial features.
It is essential that you know how to find the perfect shade for you; wrong shade and products may make your face look unclean. Matte is best for contouring and shimmery is best for highlighting. Contouring might be difficult at first but practice makes perfect. You just need the right brush and product for application as well as right tutorial videos to watch.
Use a natural light when contouring and highlighting, because you won’t be able to see how thick you have applied if you use bright or other types of lights. Remember that in contouring and highlighting you want to bring out your best features and hide your flaws, putting too much or too less may ruin the entire effect of your make up....