Here’s some good stuff to get your mind off all that bad stuff. BRACE YOURSELF FOR AWESOME!
A Biker Is Creating Awesome Doodles By Tracking His Rides
Canadian cyclist Steven Lund attaches a GPS tracker to himself on bike rides and then creates awesomely fun artwork by mapping his routes with the help of an app called Strava. His doodles include anything from a dinosaur to Queen Elizabeth II, to Darth Vader (pictured above). This is great motivation for working out! Not for me, because that’s wayyyyy too much work, but good for him!
Morgan Freeman Is Going to Serve as a GPS Navigational Voice
Morgan Freeman is the latest celebrity voice to be added to Waze, as part of a marketing tie-in for his upcoming film, London Has Fallen. Freeman plays the vice president in that movie, and in the navigation app he addresses you, the driver, as if you’re the president, so basically Google just made our ultimate collective unconscious dreams come true!
A New LEGO Set Features A Stay-at-Home Dad and Working Mom
The new the stay-at-home dad and working mom is part of the “Lego City line,”. The brand created the new minifigures so that they would “mirror the world we live in today.”
Writer Elissa Strauss commented on the positive effect the images could have on kids, explaining, “By playing with these LEGO sets, boys would not only get used to seeing men playing a larger role in domestic life, but come to think of it as fun too.” So your dreams of growing up to be a stay-at-home dad are not a joke, and you can show this LEGO set to your friends to prove it! IT’S HAPPENING. #2016Baby
Little Sister Surprises Her Brother By Buying Him a Hamster
Science Finds That Opposites Do NOT Attract
Stuck in a relationship with someone you’re super attracted to but you fight all the time?! Or are you just burnt out after endless Tinder dates while you try to impress the opposite sex with all your “uniqueness”, rather than just being yourself? Well SCIENCE has finally found that people are only attracted to those who hold the same views and values as themselves. So you can stop looking for your “opposite” to complete you!
University of Kansas researchers found that like-minded people will be drawn together but keep their distance from those who do not adhere to their beliefs. This finding suggests that strangers hoping to hit it off would do better to share their similarities with one another, rather than trying to impress the other person with attributes which make them different.