What happens when a girl, armed with only her iPod, decides to take her dancing out of her bedroom and into the streets, er, well, the mall? Hello Giggles sent correspondent Angela to the Galleria Mall in Sherman Oaks, California, to find out. [YouTube]
What’s better than baby animals? Miniature baby animals! And we’ve got ‘em. Pygmies and extra-smalls of all kinds, for your enjoyment. Click through to see a super-tiny menagerie.
Zac Efron, you’ve grown up before our eyes! No longer that “High School Musical” twink, you’re now a strapping young man, starring in Nicholas Sparks’ “The Lucky One,” as a soldier who returns from war and blah blah blah love story who cares? He’s shirtless and making sweet romantical love to some blond girl. But here? Here, he seems to be reaching for the gold that’s in his own pants while chatting on the phone, which makes us wonder — just who is Efron talking to?
Yesterday, Pizza Hut announced their new pizza innovation: pizza with hot dogs in the crust. After you’re done devouring your pizza, you’ve still got a hot dog cooked into the crust left to eat. It’s two delicious junk foods in one! We were really excited by the possibility [We were? -- Editor], but unfortunately it’s only available in the UK so far. Isn’t America the capital of obesity and snack innovation? What’s happening, guys? Are we slipping? In any case, we found a slew of other fast food menu items that will shock, amaze and tantalize your taste buds — if you happen to like sandwiches with sandwiches in them, and bacon-flavored everything as much as we do.
Edun is the brainchild of Bono and his wife Ali Hewson. Founded in 2005, the company is committed to fair trade and sustainability by building partnerships with growers and manufacturers at the beginning of the supply chain in Africa. In 2008, it launched the Conservation Cotton Initiative Uganda, and uses cotton produced through the initiative in many of its products. After the jump, eight of our favorite items from Edun’s latest collection.
Are you a horse girl? I’m a horse girl. And in another life, I would do what photographer Becky Standridge does. She spends her days in Arizona’s Tonto National Forest, documenting the wild horses that live there and helping to catalog the herd and its migration patterns. One day, while watching the horses, she managed to capture a dramatic water rescue on film. “People think horses don’t have a soul,” says Standridge. “But the soul of a horse is much bigger than man knows.” [AZ Central]