• Sunglasses and bracelets

    Dennis Rodman, Bad Boy for Life

    The incident underscores a central mission in Dennis’s life, even back then: to feel good. He didn’t try to sell the watches; that’s not why he took them. He simply handed them out to people he knew. “I was trying to please people…. I just wanted people to like me,” he once said. I think often about his mug shot from that night. In it, you can see all of the fear and loneliness sunken into his face. He’s in the middle of a late-stage growth spurt—after turning 18, he shot up from 5 feet 11 to 6 feet 7—but  

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  • DIY Style

    This DIY Kit Turns Your Game Boy Advance SP Into An Arcade

    The Game Boy Advance SP is one of the best handheld systems ever made, fixing nearly every issue the original Game Boy Advance model had while also lookin a whole lot sleeker. It’s also, apparently, the perfect system to use in a DIY-style tiny arcade kit, and you can buy one for yourself now. Available in a variety of styles from the Etsy seller RetroJoyGaming, these Game Boy Advance mini arcade kits come with pre-sized pieces of wood that have been stained and oiled, leaving room for you to pop your open system in and start gaming like you’re playing  

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  • Special Packages

    4-year-old boy forms special bond with UPS driver

    UPS driver Matt Thomason has been delivering packages to Samuel and his mom since Samuel was six months old and the toddler is excited every time he sees him. WISTER, Oklahoma — 4-year-old Samuel Ray of Wister, Oklahoma has already decided his career path, he wants to be a UPS truck driver when he grows up. Around four to five times a week, UPS driver Matt Thomason delivers packages to Samuel’s mom, Nicole Ray’s job. His two goals are to deliver packages and put a smile on his 4-year-old friend’s face. UPS driver Matt Thomason has been delivering packages to  

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  • Dress and Skirts

    ‘Boy in the Dress’ says he was inspired to wear skirts by Harry Styles

    A self-professed real-life ‘Boy in the Dress’ has revealed how he snaps up bargain high-fashion dresses and skirts after being inspired by Harry Styles. Connor Keaney, 26, from Kings Norton, Birmingham, doesn’t conform to gendered clothing and dons fashionable dresses, skirts and trousers, citing One Direction star Harry Styles as his style inspiration. Connor, who doesn’t believe in labelling fashion because it’s just ‘material’, explained that he felt empowered and more ‘confident’ to evolve his style after seeing more and more people identify as non-binary. Likening himself to the hero of David Walliams’ hit series of children’s books, he explained:  

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  • Dress and Skirts

    Real-life ‘boy in the dress’ flaunts high fashion dresses and skirts after Harry Styles inspired him to stop hiding look from pals

    A self-professed real-life ‘Boy in the Dress’ has revealed how he flaunts edgy high-fashion dresses and skirts after being inspired to brave the look and stop hiding it from pals by Harry Styles. Connor Keaney has snapped up bargains from designers including Versace for a tiny fraction of their original price by diligently sifting through bargain bins and over-stuffed second-hand rails. The bargain-hunting childcare company boss doesn’t conform to traditional gendered clothing norms and is as comfortable donning a skirt or dress as he is wearing trousers – citing One Direction star Styles as a fashion inspiration. Connor was introduced  

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  • Pants and shorts

    Falwell apologizes for unzipped pants photo: ‘I’m gonna try to be a good boy’

    “I’ve apologized to everybody,” Falwell said in an interview on the Morningline show on WLNI 105.9FM, a local radio station in Lynchburg, Va., Falwell’s home town and that of the Liberty campus. “And I’ve promised my kids I’m going to try to be — I’m gonna try to be a good boy from here on out.” Falwell described the woman in the photo as his “wife’s assistant.” On his Instagram account, Falwell tagged a picture of the woman as Kathleen Stone, who lists on her Facebook account that she works for Liberty University. A university spokesperson did not immediately respond  

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