Justin Bieber grabbed his fan’s boob. The internet seems to be not pleased with this kind of behavior for some reason. If she wanted him to feel her boob and she is of reasonable age, then what’s the big deal?
“While it certainly looks like Bieber gave his admirer a boob squeeze, the fan herself is disputing that anything deliberately inappropriate had happened. Jocelyn, who tweets as @JocelynnBieber and has gained new notoriety among Beliebers since the photo went viral, first wrote about the encounter, “I JUST MET JUSTIN AND HE KISSED ME ON THE CHEEK AND IM GOING TO CRY AKFNRNKSNBDAHANDISKBEIAN.”
How do you feel about the picture?
• This 23-year-old, high school teacher is being criticized for posting inappropriate pictures on her Twitter.
“Tweets on the unprotected Twitter account included one insinuating that she was high while grading papers and another claiming she was in possession of marijuana. ‘Watching a drug bust go down in the parking lot. It’s funny cuz I have weed in my car in the staff parking lot,’ she wrote.”
Keep your Twitter accounts protected if you’re going to post things you wouldn’t want your boss to see.
• There’s no such thing as everlasting love, which is sort of obvious since people live to be 100 million years old now. It’s not like back in 1725 when forever meant until you died of cholera at 28. Anyway, that’s not even the point of this scientific article.
“… a ‘micro-moment of positivity resonance.’ She means that love is a connection, characterized by a flood of positive emotions, which you share with another person—any other person—whom you happen to connect with in the course of your day. You can experience these micro-moments with your romantic partner, child, or close friend. But you can also fall in love, however momentarily, with less likely candidates, like a stranger on the street, a colleague at work, or an attendant at a grocery store.”
Basically, love is a fleeting physiological response that can bubble to the surface on various occasions with all different kinds of people.
• Do you ever want to squeeze CUTE THINGS TO DEATH? Apparently THIS IS A THING THAT PEOPLE DO?
“The cuter the animal, the more aggressive the response. The study’s researchers, led by Rebecca Dyer, a graduate student in psychology at Yale University, dubs the phenomenon ‘cute aggression.’ ‘We think it’s about high positive-affect, an approach orientation and almost a sense of lost control,’ she said. It’s so adorable, it drives you crazy.”
Welp. There you go. CUTE OVERLOAD.