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By now you may have seen the spectacular photos: A bride and her flame-haired groom embracing against the dramatic landscape of Rekjavik. 20-year-old Sarah Cusson and Josh Walk eloped to Iceland, bringing photographer Gabe McClintock as their only guest. No friends, no family, not even parents. Just two kids in love posing in a setting as singular, magical, and beautiful as their relationship.
The images are jaw-droppingly gorgeous and dramatic. But how did their families feel about this elopement? We spoke with the new Mrs. Sarah Walk about her elopement and their families' surprising reactions.
Okay, so this is how it works, right? You apply sunscreen everywhere the sun could possibly reach you, then you go out into the sunshine, and then you enjoy your day without getting burned. Simple formula, right? So why are so many of us still getting burned? It's not that difficult. And yet! Look at all the painful ways people get sunscreen terribly, horribly, excruciatingly wrong. OUCH!
Are you SO HOT this summer? You could spend more time indoors in the air conditioning -- IF you want to be just like everybody else. But maybe you'd like to cut your electric bill. Or maybe you're just so darn creative, you feel compelled to stay cool in refreshingly creative ways.
Well, today is your lucky day, because we have 11 weird, wacky ideas for chilling when it's hot outside.
Y'all, this is unacceptable. At a fashion show this weekend,LeAnn Rimes got something on the back of her white dress. She probably just sat on a spilled drink. But naturally, because of its location, everyone's all, "uh oh, that time of the month for you, LeAnn?" And, well, unfortunately you probably could make a case for that. But honestly, I don't care what that stuff on Rimes' dress is. Here's a much more important question we should be asking.