If I were to actually wish upon a star as Disney so commonly pressures us to do, one of my wishes would definitely be regular access to a plethora of hot dads — not to approach, per se, just to admire from afar. Luckily, dreams occasionally do come true, and mine has arrived in the form of DILFs of Disneyland, your new favorite Instagram account. The smartphone-wielding Disneyland frequenter behind the account captures DILFs at Disneyland and California Adventure at their finest as they push strollers, wear Mickey Mouse ears, and carry their kiddos around. The account has a high concentration of bearded hipster dads, but there are some shiny-haired golden boys in there too — there’s a little something for everyone. After all, it’s “the happiest place on Instagram.” You’re welcome. [Image via Instagram]
In this video, a brave dude named Daniel Lau and his friends are just casually chilling with some bananas and a selfie stick atop the 1,135-foot Center Skyscraper in Hong Kong. I had no idea this “dangerous selfie” hobby was a thing, and I have so many questions. Did they scale the building to get up there? Do they get nauseous looking so far down? Are they allowed to be up there? What if they drop a banana peel and it falls on somebody’s head way down on the streets below? Someone please enlighten me. [BuzzFeed, Slate]
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Two Australian hockey players captured one of the better selfies in Instagram history when Queen Elizabeth peeked into the shot behind them. The queen paid a surprise visit to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland on Thursday to see a Wales-England hockey match. She arrived early, just as the Australian match was coming to an end, so she hung out and chatted with the Australian players. Players Jayde Taylor and Brooke Peris tried to time their selfie so that the camera would snap just as the queen was walking behind them. The ladies imply that the queen just happened to be smiling in their direction, but I think she was totally trying to get into that shot. Her green outfit even matches theirs! [Kansas City Star, New York Post] [Image via Instagram]
Samm Newman, a 19-year-old college student, was shocked when she found out her Instagram account had been removed for “violating community guidelines.” A photo she posted of herself in her bra and underwear (which adheres to Instagram’s rules against nudity) was flagged by users as inappropriate. Newman told NBC4i, “I’ve seen [lingerie] pictures like that all over Instagram.” Newman is a size 24 and suspects that size discrimination is the reason action was taken against her account while many thinner women continue to post as many bra selfies as they want. It would hardly be the first time Instagram has booted a plus-size lady’s account for simply posting images of her body. Keep reading »