Lizbeth Lugo has over 300,000 followers on Instagram, and her fans love her. “Wow, amazing!” one wrote on a recent post. “Great stuff!” said another. How does she earn these plaudits? She waxes. Not philosophical, as the phrase goes; she just waxes. “Obsessed with ur waxing video...makes me wanna move to America n beg u for a job,” wrote another fan, followed by three smiley faces, under a video of a woman getting the peach fuzz waxed off her upper arms.
Lugo is a California-based esthetician who posts pictures and short videos of her feats of body hair removal, and she’s becoming the sort of famous that wasn’t possible until precisely this historical moment: She is the world’s first viral Instagram waxing star.
Anyone who listens to a child’s crying and understands what he hears will know that it harbors dormant psychic forces, terrible forces different from anything commonly assumed. Profound rage, pain and lust for destruction.
The point of life is not to put dog ears on yourself and post it online for everyone to see. It's fun, it's adorable, but it's the visual equivalent of masturbating — there's no point other than immediate gratification.
DJI, the world’s largest consumer drone maker, which is based in Shenzhen, China, will soon release Spark, its first $499 drone.
Considering how small and lightweight this drone is, Spark will also make a great stocking stuffer this holiday season.
Oh, and there is this:
The $499 price tag is misleading when you add the extra accessories you are likely to need. After buying the propeller guards ($19), you probably also need at least one extra battery ($49) and the battery charging station ($69). In the end, you’ll probably spend roughly $640 just to make flight sessions last half an hour, given the device’s 15-minute battery life.