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Mother of three Meg Nagle ignited an internet firestorm of controversy after recently posting a photo of herself breastfeeding her sister’s baby to her Facebook page. Nagle, who was watching her nephew while the baby’s mom was at work, decided to nurse the infant herself after the four-month-old refused to drink his mother’s milk from a bottle. Nagle, who’s an international board certified lactation consultant (IBCLC), told LittleThings that her sister had given her permission and that the child fell asleep immediately.

Still, many people thought her actions were disgusting and wrong and didn’t hesitate to publicly express their disapproval. Nagle, however, is unfazed. She believes that it’s important to bring awareness to wet nursing, often the only option a mom has to deliver the important nutrients that come from breast milk.

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A group of three plaid-wearing diners (plus one non-plaid dressed friend) recently experienced a less-than-ideal dining experience after discovering a string of insults directed at them by the restaurant’s staff, according to The Washington Post. The incident began at the “authentic” Sichuan restaurant Peter Chang in Arlington, Virginia, when one of the patrons questioned why the table was served a big, family-style bowl of rice as opposed to individual bowls.

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One incredible music video created from combining 77 Hollywood dance scenes.

Slices of 77 different dance scenes mashed-up to create one viral video.

Host or no host, the Oscars are coming up, and we’ve decided to get in the spirit by re-sharing this amazing video from a few years ago. Talented video editor Robert Jones created this mashup as a tribute to Hollywood movie dance scenes (77 of them to be exact), and the result was an instant viral video that was immediately watched by over 10 million people. Set to the tune of Men Without Hats' "The Safety Dance," the video's hypnotically compelling elements of nostalgic and fun hits a sweet spot that so many viral video creators are always trying to hit.

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Response To Person Grieving For Friend Might Be Best Internet Comment Of All Time

“I wish I could say you get used to people dying. I never did. I don't want to.”

Upvoted, an online publication from Reddit featuring the most compelling content from their site, recently republished this “classic” piece originally posted around 2011. The beautiful piece of writing was done by a commenter in response to a poster asking for advice on grief.

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