The Pick-Up Round Up: Tomboys and Tiaras and Teen Drivers and Twitter...

by Leigh Anderson
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2. As if you needed an expert to tell you that LEGOs will cut you—but here it is anyway, The Science of Why Stepping on LEGOs Makes You Want to Die. “You could apply 950 lbs, or stack 375,000 LEGO bricks, before one would crack. That means that as your foot stomps down on a block, the plastic doesn’t crack or crumble, its tiny evil ridges remaining intact as they dig into the ball of your foot.”

3. Chevy Malibu ‘Teen Driver’ Tech Will Snitch if You Speed. Just because it won’t be popular with teens doesn’t mean it’s not genius!

4. How To Enjoy Twitter Without Working Yourself Into A Frothing Rage. Follow these steps to “minimize the amount of Bad Twitter you have to endure.”

5. This 4-Year-Old Is Fresher Than All of You, Dancing to Beyoncé. This video gives a whole new meaning to “Mommy and Me.” So what if you can’t dance like this mom and her daughter—you’ll still be inspired to do something fun with your kids.

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