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Top 25 Dogs Who Look Like Stars Look-A Likes

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You often praise the subtlety of your dear doggie’s multi-faceted personality . You know it sometimes touching manipulator when he claims to go for a walk, sometimes completely stupid when one fucks him a laser under the nose.

But have you ever noticed that Pépette could well be a rare species of Pug crossed mop? The canine masters who will parade before your eyes have experienced it. Because he often hides far more behind a dog than a piece of a pilfered leg at dinner

1. John Travolta

2. Crusader Patrick Sébastien

Ah non pardon, Richard Branson

3. Vladimir Putin

4. Lady Gaga

5. Snoop Dog

6. Donald Trump

7. Clint Eastwood

8. Ron Perlman

This dog looks like Ron Perlman aka hellboy from funny

9. Plush Chewbacca

10. Paris Hilton

11. Channing Tatum

12. Albert Einstein

13. Snoop Dog again (but at the same time it’s a dog, so normal)

14. Jack Black

15. Tina Turner

16. Cher

17. Taylor Swift

18. Thom Yorke (ok it’s a kitten we can’t hide anything from you)

19. Prince

20. Adrian Brody

21. Nicolas Cage

22. Miley Cyrus

23. Brian Baumgartner

24. Harrison Ford

25. Samuel L Jackson

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Top 12 Photos of Tourists Do Really Stupid

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Normally, when you are a tourist, you pay attention to places, culture, food and people. But some tourists rather on a high Baltic level. Here are the craziest tourists in the game, the ones we can never match.

1. Goodbye America, hello New York!

BYE!! America see you… Never! from facepalm

2. In Costa Rica, many tourists have invited themselves to the turtle’s breeding season, preventing them from reproducing

3. These tourists took a photo with a baby dolphin. He died.

4. Tourists smashed a famous rock in Oregon

5. This American tourist wore his mask this way during the whole trip

6. This tourist is burying a used layer in the sand

7. A beach after the passage of tourists

8. Tourists break into a garden to pick all the lotus flowers

9. Tourists and their selfie madness destroy a very rare pink lawn

10. A tourist dropped a statue of Saint Michael while wishing to take a selfie with

11. Tourists destroy a natural wonder by writing “send nudes”

12. Tourists have a barbecue with rhododendrons in full bloom

 

 

 

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Top 10 Celebrities with the Most Modest Graves

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We may have groped for the stars in our lifetime and been the subject of the most fervent admiration and rest very humbly underground. Like the 10 celebrities of this top, whose graves are distinguished above all by their modesty. Especially if we compare them to those of big names like Oscar Wilde, Johnny Ramone or Lady Di and of course Elvis…

1. Jim Morrison (Paris, France)

The Doors singer’s grave has not always been this small. In the past, you could admire a beautiful bust of the artist. A sculpture regularly tagged, like other tombs around elsewhere, by Morrison fans. And then one day, the bust disappeared… If the official version claims that it was stolen, others think that the management of Père-Lachaise preferred to remove it to discourage a little too zealous fans from coming en masse and to engage in the kind of activities that led to the installation of barriers on the site. Today, therefore, the tomb of King Lizard consists of a simple stele on which appears his full name, James Douglas Morrison, with the inscription in Greek “faithful to his own demons”. A burial wedged between several funerary monuments, rather difficult to locate, regularly flowered and decorated with various objects related to the work of the one who rests there. Or not because after all, if it is, Jimbo is doing wonderfully and tapping the box with Elvis every Sunday evening somewhere under the coconut trees…

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2. Pierre Desproges (Paris, France)

If Pierre Desproges’ tomb at Père-Lachaise is so modest, it is also because it is exactly how he wanted it. A garden surrounded by a barrier with inside, a simple plate placed on the ground to which its ashes were mixed.

3. William Shakespeare (Stratford-up-Avon, Angleterre)

The great William rests in the Church of the Holy Trinity in Stratford-upon-Avon. No frills. But if it is, William, it never existed. This is in any case what is said … And if not, in a grander way, he was also entitled to his statue in the corner of the poets of Westminster Abbey in London.

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4. Duke Ellington (New York, United States)

One of the greatest jazzmen, Duke Ellington rests at Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx. A very simple grave. Just a cross. On the other hand, and it is quite legitimate considering his considerable contribution to the world of music and art in general, he also has his star on Hollywood Boulevard.

 

5. Audrey Hepburn (Tolochenaz, Suisse)

Iconic actress, true icon seen in particular in Diamonds on the sofa, Audrey Hepburn rests for eternity in Switzerland. An extremely sober burial.

6. Sylvia Plath (Heptonstall, Angleterre)

American poet Sylvia Path did not have a particularly easy life. A great writer hit hard by depression. This one having pushed it to commit suicide in 1963, by putting the head in the lit gas stove. She rests in a very simple tomb, bounded by stones, in England.

7. Charles Bukowski (Rancho Palos Verdes, United States)

Charles Bukowski is undoubtedly one of the most popular American writers. An entire artist who achieved success late, known for his outspokenness, his love of picole and women and his propensity to do the opposite of what was expected of him. His tomb, which consists of a stele simply placed on the grass, displays the epitaph “Don’t try”.

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8. Frank Sinatra (Cathedral City, United States)

Crooner among the crooners, member of the Rat Pack with Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin, Frank burned the candle at both ends. A great life! During his lifetime, nothing was too beautiful, too big or too expensive. Her grave is curiously very modest. A simple stele with his full name on it, Francis Albert Sinatra…

9. Serge Gainsbourg (Paris, France)

The Gainsbourg family tomb, where the singer rests with his parents, is all that is most classic. The objects and multiple expressions of love, with a maximum of metro tickets, which litter it, however, make the burial it is true quite spectacular. Just like the walls of his old house on rue de Verneuil. One of the most visited tombs in the Montparnasse cemetery (also from all over Paris).

10. Simone de Beauvoir (Paris, France)

The unmissable figure, author of the Mandarins, who was awarded the Goncourt Prize, icon of feminism, Simone de Beauvoir rests with her companion the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, in a tomb in the Montparnasse cemetery, not far from the last home of the great Serge. A tomb there also very simple that it is easy not to notice if one is not careful.

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Vivieron en París. Fueron dos grandes escritores y filósofos, Jean Paul Sartre y Simone de Beauvoir, una pareja intelectual que superó todos los patrones de la época. Ambos fueron clave, sobre todo ella al publicar El segundo sexo, en la lucha por el papel de la mujer. Tan sólo en EE.UU el libro tuvo una tirada inicial de un millón de ejemplares. Estuvieron juntos decenas de años, desde muy jóvenes. Al morir Sartre, la más famosa vecina del Barrio Latino de Francia, Beauvoir, escribió: ”Su muerte nos separa. Mi muerte ya no nos unirá. Así, es ya demasiado bello que nuestras vidas hayan podido juntarse tanto tiempo" Y dijo esto la mujer para la que la belleza era aún más difícil de explicar que la felicidad. Ambos descansan en la misma tumba del cementerio parisino de Montparnasse, aunque la muerte los separó para nunca volver a unirlos. #jeanpaulsartre #simonedebeauvoir #existencialismo #montparnasse #paris🇫🇷 #francia #tumbas #belleza #cementerios #filosofia #literatura #lectoresdeintagram #elsegundosexo #escritoresdeinstagram #felicidad #bookstagram #parejasintelectuales #paseosfunerarios

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Top 8 Proofs that Cinema Understands Nothing about Disease

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Cinema very often talks about illnesses of all types, from the common cold to cancer to all psychological illnesses. There is nothing wrong with that, but the way in which they are represented unfortunately regularly contains stereotypes or errors which harm the image of these pathologies and of the people who suffer from them. Cinema is not a doctor or a psychologist, and it shows up in the end.

  1. Films like Splitwrongly suggest that patients with Dissociative Identity Disorders are dangerous

Well, if there is a positive thing in the treatment of the disease in Split , it is that, for once, we do not confuse Schizophrenia and Dissociative Identity Disorder as is often the case elsewhere. Here, the character has several personalities, some of whom take over at certain times. One of these figures is that of a monster, and this is where the film is problematic, since people with ADD are not dangerous in real life. After that, Split remains a fantastic film, so you have to know how to put things right of course.

  1. Lots of films give a bad image of schizophrenia

The Voices , Fight Club , Fous d’Irène , Psychosis … There are a lot of films that portray a character called schizophrenic (even if it is often more like a TDI). In most cases, the character is dangerous, even murderous, and he is represented as a madman. Schizophrenia is much more complex than that, and above all, the vast majority of people with it are not at all dangerous. There are hundreds of thousands of schizophrenics around the world, so if they were potential murderers it would be a little bit complicated.

  1. I Am a LegendLies About the Vaccine

In the film with Will Smith where a virus transforms everyone into venerable vampires, the hero wants to develop a vaccine from the blood of a person who, thanks to a genetic mutation, is naturally immune to the disease. Well, in reality, it’s not possible at all. That’s not how vaccines are made, and the creators of the film must have forgotten to ask the advice of a real virologist. We may be nitpicking, but at the same time they don’t have to make mistakes.

  1. Autism in the cinema is very often poorly represented

Quite a few movies, Rain Man in mind, tend to portray autism through a very exaggerated version of Asperger’s syndrome. So we are always dealing with little geniuses capable of making incredible calculations in two seconds when most autistic people, even Aspergers, are incapable of it. It gives a false image of autism, and it’s not what will help society adapt to people with autism disorders.

  1. The TDI are over represented compared to their real number

Dissociative Identity Disorders are extremely rare. Someone with multiple personalities, most shrinks will never see one in their lives. However, in the cinema, there are plenty. United States of Tara , Split , The Lord of the Rings , The three faces of Eve , Psychosis , Fight Club , Identity , Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde … the list of films representing TDI is very long. Too long.

  1. Depression is very much simplified most of the time in the movies

Often, it is reduced to the mere sadness of the character. In truth, depression is much more complex than that. Between the difficulties of concentrating, of motivating oneself, of performing simple actions, of sleeping, of taking pleasure, and fatigue, depression is all the same a different thing from a character who “broods” and who cry when watching the rain fall.

  1. Requiem for a dream presents addictions as fatalities

In the film, the addictions of the characters fall on them like a fatality that nothing can stop. Everyone ends up shattered by their addiction, without the hope of reliving normally one day, while in reality, addictions are far from inevitable if they are taken care of. Still happy, even when you are addicted, you can get by with the help of competent doctors.

  1. In Contagion, the disease is quite unrealistic

In the film which shows us a deadly epidemic due to a virulent pathogenic agent, the characters succumb very quickly to the virus. The incubation period is very short, and the death rate is far too great. In reality, the viruses that we know never combine these two specificities, otherwise, their “chance” to reach a maximum of people is much too reduced. People who have symptoms very quickly have less risk of infecting others, and if they die quickly, they also won’t have time to spread the virus. Contagion has enlarged the line too much and is losing a bit of realism because of this.

Me it all makes me sick lol

 

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