Its the age old battle. Who should be responsible for the toilet seat being put up or down? Should the men claim sole responsibility, or should the women? Should it be a shared responsibility? Take the poll, and lets clear this up once and for all.
The Bristol City Council (UK) recently launched a campaign to get people to pick up after their dogs. The ad they released in promotion of this campaign has left Bristol residents with their jaws on the floor.
We have all seen it. A child digging deep in his/her nose for treasure, only to find said treasure and put it in their mouth. Natural reaction is to say "STOP THAT, THAT IS GROSS!" New research shows that maybe you shouldn't be so quick to scold.
There are very few feelings that are better than the one you get when you help your fellow man. Witnessing others helping also gives you that warm fuzzy feeling inside. These "pranksters" did just that, for no reason at all. Seeing random acts of kindness like this definitely restores my faith in humanity.
The British anti-drunk driving campaign video, aka "#publooshocker", has made a viral entrance to the internet. The campaign takes a bold approach and aims to scare potential offenders into making better choices.
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