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Let’s start out by getting one thing straight: Gwen Stefani does not sing “Fancy.” I know. I was completely caught off guard, too. Like, showing up for your hair appointment a day late type of caught off guard — it left me feeling disappointed, but I welcomed the opportunity to get to know a new face.

Now that you’ve gotten that out of the way, let’s observe father-daughter bonding at its greatest.

Starting out by joking about all of the “Let It Go” lip-sync videos, which are totally getting old, these two make the most of their drive along what seems to be a lovely land of picket fences and lush greenery by pretending to sing Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” together. And no, the props are not forgotten.

As a side note, the girl could totally be a future model (don’t do it, girl; it’ll kill your soul) and the dad clearly stopped giving a sh*t about what people thought about him a long time ago. Family, first. Admirable.

Check out the video below, and share your thoughts on the lip-syncing movement going viral lately in the comments below!

SOURCE: YouTube
IMAGE: YouTube

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Ahh, high school. Good times, right? Well, maybe some of the time. There were the awkward phases and the braces, and of course the love of a classic white-boy choker necklace and starburst backdrop. Let the shame flag wave, and scroll slowly so you don’t miss one second of these old school pictures.

Strike A Pose

Maybe I should look like I’m lost in thought…or checking out a chick…or confused. Yeah, confused sounds like a classic pose.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Outfits Speak Volumes

You know you’re a badass when you drape yourself in a metallic vest and sport a mohawk.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

The Internet Miracle

Watch me use this cool device to watch myself look like a loser.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

When The Bowtie Is Not Enough

The formal attire is cool and all, but I can’t get chicks without rocking a Roman cape while holding a puppy.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Dolla Bills, Y’all

I’m so rich that I can even afford a t-shirt that looks like a tuxedo.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Are There Words?

This kid thought he was Will Smith back in the West Philadelphia days of Fresh Prince.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Such A Lovely Day

No one could frown when he’s so prepared for a rainy day!

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Lasers.

Just lasers.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Do you want to see more? You’re in luck! There are 26 other photos that will seriously send you back in time here at Distractify.

 

SOURCE: Distractify
IMAGES: Distractify

 

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Jaco Haasbroek, a 20-year-old artist known for quirky drawings that put the world on its side, has nailed workplace drama in a few simple lines. He uses funky characters that ooze irony to point out some of life’s most typical experiences, all while being terribly unsubtle and amusing.

The Superior Hypocrite

Just when you needed a pep talk from your boss, you get a brilliant revelation.

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

The Obvious Observation

When you’re so desperate for a job that you just throw all f**k to the wind and apply anyway.

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

Office Gossip

Because sometimes it just feels better to talk about other people.

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

A Sultry Coworker

When someone points out something that would’ve been good to know last week…

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

Credit: Courtesy of Viral Nova

If you enjoy his work, you can even get the illustrations on simple tees at Threadless where he has been submitting designs for seven years. This Memorial Day weekend, the site is selling all pieces for 30-80% off, so jump on the site and add a little humor to your wardrobe!

SOURCES: Viral Nova | Threadless
IMAGES: Viral Nova | Threadless

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Here in Washington, D.C., we’re rather comfortable with newcomers that bring their own languages and cultures over borders and seascapes to the grand United States. Whether we’re conversing with a friendly Indian man or a welcoming Turkish woman, the immigrants are abundant. The nation’s capital, however, isn’t the only place people come to start fresh lives. All over the country, certain groups make their lifestyles known and these maps by Ben Blatt show how that has affected our populations in profound ways.

In this map, you’ll see the most common languages other than English or Spanish in the 50 states. Of course, English and Spanish would otherwise dominate nearly all of these states, so it is interesting to see the third most common in a graphic representation.

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

Credit: Courtesy of Distractify

On the second map, you will see the country of origin of the immigrants in the United States, aside from Mexico, which again takes the cake for most states. It is interesting to compare the two maps and note how some expected correlations do not exist. For example, although the Russian language rules a good part of Oregon, the Chinese natives are more prevalent there. Fascinating!

Credit: Courtesy of Slate

Credit: Courtesy of Slate

Although the unexpected may make itself known here on the maps, it shouldn’t be surprising that countries all over the world come to the United States, an expansive representation of liberty. It would be interesting to compare these maps to past maps and see how recent wars and political upheaval have affected the incoming of immigrants from across the globe.

SOURCES: Slate | Distractify
IMAGES: Slate | Distractify | Business Insider

 

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It is quite difficult to fathom what losing a child to a horrible accident would be like, unless it has – God forbid – happened to you. Clearly, that’s what almost happened when Mr. Li, a friendly neighbor in the Guangdong China markets, prevented some very fortunate mother from losing a baby that fell two stories down from a window.

According to Daily Mail UK, CCTV caught tape of Mr. Li catching the child after other passersby set props around him to cushion the baby’s fall in a worst-case scenario. In what is an oddly emotionless video of the witnesses, Mr. Li describes his motive for catching the child, and it rings true.

Check out the video below to see a play-by-play of the horrifying incident:

SOURCE: Daily Mail UK
IMAGE: Daily Mail UK

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Elisha Cuthbert: “Perfect Situation” – Weezer

Robert Downey, Jr.: “I Want Love” – Elton John

Natalie Portman: “Carmensita” – Devendra Banhart

Gwyneth Paltrow: “I Want To Come Over” — Melissa Etheridge

Katie Holmes: “Got You Where I Want You” – Flys

Hugh Laurie: “Walking On Broken Glass” – Annie Lennox

Christina Hendricks: “One Hit Wonder” – Everclear

Angelina Jolie: “Has Anybody Seen My Baby” – The Rolling Stones

SOURCE: YouTube
IMAGE: YouTube