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6 Absurd Movie and TV Plot Twists That Really Happened There are a lot of things on TV that just don t happen in the real world: Nobody lives in a huge apartment in New York for a hundred bucks a month; single men don t adopt adorable moppets to sass up their lives; the ratio of fat guy to hot wife is substantially lower; and when George Lopez tells a joke, nobody laughs. If television and movies are to be believed, hospital maternity wards are a veritable breeding ground for incompetence and skullduggery. Take the 1961 Disney classic (or 1998 Lindsay Lohan atrocity) nike free tr The Parent Trap: A light hearted comedy about a divorce so bitter and hostile, the two parents split their twins at birth and lead them to believe that they are only children and that their other parent was murdered and fashioned into a stylish ottoman by Ed Gein (at least that s how we remember that movie, but we suffer from a bizarre mental condition that causes us to remember things as much more awesome than they actually were). While you certainly can t blame the maternity ward for that wacky series of events the parents were assholes and the kids were identical twins what about babies that don t look like each other? That s a pretty common switcheroo in the entertainment world as well. It s happened multiple times on the soaps All My Children and One Life to nike free run 3 kids Live, as well as The Ghost Whisperer. It s so common, TV Tropes has a whole section devoted to it. It turns out there s a creepy amount of truth to this one: Apparently maternity wards in real life aren t too discerning when it comes to what parent gets what child, just so long as the little crumbsnatchers are out of their sight eventually. For example, Marti Miller and Sue McDonald had no idea their families had been switched until one mother fessed up. 43 years later. Or Kay Qualls and DeeAnn Angell, who were switched in 1953. One of their mothers even told the maternity ward that they had fucked up. Unfortunately, she was ignored air max one a fact that can be attributed to the 1950s being a much simpler time, when having a vagina meant you didn t get to be taken seriously. As for twins being separated, it happens so often that a research center was opened to study how their lives are different. Hell, even the classic "twins being mistaken for each other" gag has actually happened: In Spain, a woman discovered she had been separated from her twin in a Canary Islands maternity ward 28 years earlier, when she randomly stumbled into a shop that her sister frequented. And, since we stopped reading immediately after we verified our claims, we can only assume one turned out to be rather fussy and useless in a fight while the other spent her entire life relentlessly training in the art of kickboxing, and upon meeting decided to team up and avenge their master s death while learning valuable lessons about life from one other and doing the splits. Either that, or they just made out. That s pretty much all pop culture has taught us that twins do. Van Damme is prepared to do both. At the same time. Ha ha, we re so irreverent. What funny, completely implausible scenarios we come up with oh wait, that happens all the time too and in fact the twins have unwittingly married each other. God, that s so gross and disturbing we can barely masturbate to it. If you need to create some hilarious upper class/lower class hijinks, even just for an episode, nothing works quite as well as giving some broke loser a shitload of cash. Sometimes it s in the form of a bunch of hicks finding oil under their land (and moving to Beverly Hills) or winning the lottery. But most often, it s the forgotten relative who dies and leaves said shitload of cash to one of the poorest schlubs in the story. It happened on The Golden Girls (with the wacky stipulation that they take care of a pig) and The Drew Carey Show, and in movies like Brewster s Millions and the 80s Billy Crystal cop movie Running Scared. But seriously, in real life if you had a rich relative, you d know, right? Wrong. Take Sarah Snyder, who hadn t seen her grandfather since she was nine. Considering nike free run kids grandpa lived in a van, she probably wasn t expecting to inherit much more than half a bottle of Thunderbird and a few lice infested blankets when he died. It must have been quite a shock when she ended up with $263,000 that he d been keeping in a vinyl suitcase. That s a nice haul, but we d be willing to bet that suitcase was pretty nasty. The suitcase may also have been meat Even the dirt poor schmoe who suddenly becomes a billionaire happens occasionally. Cavemen Zsolt and Geza Peladi (that s not an insult to their intelligence: they literally live in a cave) recently found out their grandmother had passed away, leaving them a $6.6 billion fortune. Their mother was apparently such a screaming bitch she had never bothered to inform her mom that she d had kids, and lawyers only stumbled across these guys while doing genealogical research. Man, it s always the people that could use it the least, right? Damn cavemen probably blew it all on wheels and fire sticks. Oh no! The Bad Guy Army (an army comprised entirely of men recruited from the Bad Guy province of Evilistan) has captured some character that you are emotionally attached to despite being absolutely useless! What are you going to do?! Easy: Beat up some guards, steal their uniforms (which will of course fit you perfectly) and sneak into the fortress. Because, naturally, evil people are incapable of facial recognition and won t notice random idiots they don t recognize charging around their workplace suspiciously murdering their fellow Bad Guys. This is so common there are actually laws in the Geneva Convention about not doing it during war, which is kind of a bummer, because the movies make it look awesome! Even so, Hitler tried it in World War II (he wasn t a "play by the rules" kind of guy) and the results of that particular fuckup most likely inspired the hit comedy Hogan s Heroes. Because nothing provides joke material like concentration camps. "Concentration Camp? More like Distraction Camp! Ha ha, no but seriously, I can t focus at all because I m starving to death. FOR THE LOVE OF GOD HELP." And then there was Friedrich Wilhelm Voight. Voight was screwed coming AND going, and not just because he lived in 19th century Germany. Voight didn t have a passport, so he couldn t get a job, and he didn t have a job, so he couldn t get a passport. In literary circles, that s what s known as a Catch fuckthisisbullshit. He stopped five soldiers on their way to their barracks and ordered them to follow him, which they did because he s wearing the special pants, so he s got to be an officer, right? Voight got them to arrest the mayor and treasurer, and ship them off to Berlin, then walked off with four thousand marks. air max tailwind Nobody at any point questioned his credentials or even asked why they d never seen this captain before.

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6 Artists Exploring Female Beauty One of the unexpected upsides of the bind of the beauty myth is that it s spurred plenty of good art. I m just about the most bourgeois art fan there is ("I like it!" is my special gallery catchphrase) but that doesn t stop me from recognizing the ways in which these photographers, illustrators, nike free run 3.0 and conceptual and performance artists are attempting to wrangle our notions of appearance, both tweaking and clarifying how we view beauty. This is hardly an exhaustive list of artists who play with these ideas, just the ones who have repeatedly come to my attention over time. Enjoy! Wall of Confidence, Texas Beauty Queen Cream detail, mixed media, Rachel Lee Novnanian Rachel Lee Novnanian: In "Baby s Nursery Wallpaper," a porcelain white nike free run 4.0 v2 pram is parked in front of a stark wall "papered" with beauty pageant tropics. Another wall, dubbed "Wall of Confidence," shows row after row of the fictitious Texas Beauty Queen Cream, each tub carrying a message taken from actual advertising slogans. Her installation work provokes viewers, with "Fun House Dressing Room" giving us a deliberately distorted body image alongside prerecorded self doubting admonishments too many of us know far too well ("You shouldn t nike free run id have eaten those Cheetos"). There s both sadness and anger here, reflecting the artist s background of having grown up in a family that insisted looks didn t matter, while the contrary seemed all too true to her as a teen. Eyelash Extensions, Zed Nelson Zed Nelson: The Ugandan British photographer began to notice during his globetrotting that people all across the world were beginning to look suspiciously alike, thanks to the global beauty industry and cross exportation of appearance standards. "Love Me," his 2010 exhibition on the pursuit of beauty, took a dual approach: Juxtaposing images of people undergoing various forms of appearance alteration (a 13 year old in heavy makeup and Playboy bunny ears, a 46 year old man marked up for a chin lift) with the physical tools of change (rows of breast implants, hair extensions), we see how alienated we ve become from our own ideas of what beauty might be. Poses, 2011, Yolanda Dominguez Yolanda Dominguez: Using "real women" (you know, as opposed to fake ones) to re create situations and stylings found in high end fashion magazines, Dominguez reveals the divided between the fantasy of fashion and the realities of how women actually move through the world. A woman stands posed in front of a building as passersby steal furtive glances; a woman in flip flops lies down next to what seems to be a municipal garden as a sanitation worker approaches her, presumably concerned for her safety. In other performance art events, which she calls "livings," a well dressed young woman holds up a cardboard sign begging for Chanel goods, and a bevy of fairy tale "princesses" sell off their princess accoutrements mirrors, glass slippers, frogs to raise funds for a new life. Lady Problems, mechanical pencil on vellum, Alexandra Dal Alexandra Dal: Emerging comic artist Alexandra Dal got more than she bargained for when her illustration of the makeup riddle went viral. "I just wanted to make a silly, observational comic that would make some women say, Yup, I ve experienced nike free id this, " she writes on her Tumblr. "It sparked a slew of commentary about whether or not women should wear makeup. I m totally baffled by the hate mail and negative comments I received accusing me of being misogynistic and sending the message that women aren t beautiful without makeup. (Seriously, did they actually read it?)" Her other work includes a dead on comic of Black Women In Advertising (There Can Only Be One) and I m eagerly waiting for more! Esther Sabetpour: The British photographer had always explored notions of identity through self portraiture, so when she had an accident that required large skin grafts, marking much of her body with scars, she just continued as she had been. We re used to seeing the bodies of attractive young women presented as blank slates upon which we project our cultural idea of, well, attractive young women s bodies; with the scar tissue mottling much of her flesh, the portrait of Sabetpour reclined on her bed goes beyond sensual into startling, without feeling exploitative. Nobantu Mabusela, 76, Khayelitsha Township, air max 2012 Cape Town Sarah Hughes: Playing with personae by purposefully shifting her public identity and capturing that of others, Hughes takes a hard look at the meaning behind sartorial choices women make. In portrait series "Safe Sexy," she documents women across the world wearing an outfit they ve selected as "safe," and one they ve deemed "sexy," highlighting both the range of what any individual might consider alluring and the ways in which women mentally divide the two groups. The project stemmed from performance art piece "Do You Have the Time?" in which Hughes dressed up as various "types" of women (businesswoman, slut, jogger) and asked strangers for the time, noting the difference in reactions to the very same person asking the very same question.