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The Evolution Of The Michael Jordan Crying Face Meme

The basketball legend's tear-stained countenance is the sports world's go-to symbol of sadness in defeat. So expect to see a few renditions of the meme after this weekend's NCAA tournament Final Four.

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Londoners take the most miserable selfies: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/28632/1/londoners-take-the-most-miserable-selfies

A new super-scientific survey has painted a very interesting picture of the capital’s selfie-taking population

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My week in film: Les Misérables, Django Unchained and a Stillman ...

Puzzlingly, I had some positive expectations for Golden Globe winning, Oscar and BAFTA nominated, Les Misérables – puzzling because award giving bodies so commonly give awards to the most generic a…

Kim Kardashian Crying Face

Why is Kim Kardashian crying in this photo? She's on the phone with a friend of her husband's, who is explaining the Kanye West meltdown.

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Verified Disney Princess 101: Always Conceal Your Crying Face

Andhika Muksin is a huge Disney fan. He has been photoshopping Pocahontas, Ariel, and other princesses into celebrity photos for quite some time, but he has more tricks up his sleeve as well. One of them is bringing these beloved characters down to earth. We've already showed you a collection of portraits where Muksin strips away the glam surrounding these gals and portrays them in a more 'realistic' way, but the series is so good, we couldn't resist presenting his newest work. From getting…

cinematic photographs about women crying in classic film - i-D

Italian photographer Clara Giaminardi is using photography to re-appropriate women’s bodies — and tears.