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On May 19, baby Zyla strapped into a set of skies (bolted together for safety) and water-skied for over 600 feet. Her parents, both being professional barefoot water skiers and co-owners of the World Barefoot Center in Florida, were possibly the only two parents in the world who could make this sound like a good idea.

Take a look at their Christmas card this year for an idea of this family's passion for the water.



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Comedians and celebrities are pitching in to ask people to donate to the charity organization Comic Relief.

image art prank Visitors to an Art Gallery Were Trolled by Strategically Placed Glasses
Via: @TJCruda
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What is modern art, anyway? If you ask these open-minded gallery attendees, it could be just about anything. Maybe even something as simple as a regular pair of glasses placed on the floor by a nearby prankster. 

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Happiest update #2 for the happiest Wookie in the world. The "Happy Chewbacca" lady got to laugh it up with James Corden and J.J. Abrams on The Late Show. At this rate, maybe she'll get a cameo in Episode 8?

image superheroes lgbtq Marvel Fans Really Want Captain America to Have a Boyfriend
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Marvel fans are using the hashtag #GiveCaptainAmericaABoyfriend.   Some people are against it for "cannonical" reasons but really, there are just so many boyfriend options to choose from:


via @matthewdaddraio

Will this love story happen in the next films, maybe not. As to why this is trending, it seems like it has a lot to do with a lackluster love story in the most recent Captain America:Civil War. (WARNING: Mild spolier ahead?)


via @teambucky



via @thorlokid

Via: @Kohls
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You may remember the lady who transformed into the happiest Wookie you've ever seen with a roaring Chewbacca mask. Well, here's the happiest update ever: Kohl's (where she original bought her mask) brought her two more masks and a whole box of Star Wars stuff. Now her kids have their own Star Wars toys. She also got $2,500 in gift cards so that she can buy non-Star Wars stuff.

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Bryan Cranston parodies the reality show "My Super Sweet 16" to celebrate his special day when he turns 60 years old.  

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