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Influencers Are Taking Selfies At A Pretty Lake That's Actually A Toxic Waste Dump

Yes, that striking soul-piercing blue lake in Siberia that Instagram influencers are migrating towards in the chase for the next great selfie, is actually a toxic waste dump. The company that uses the lake to dump waste for the Heating and Electric Station No. 5 was forced to release a statement amidst the aggressive, mindless stupidity. The statement reads at one point, "you can not swim in the ash dump." 

Buzzfeed even reports that one dedicated influencer described the water as "warm and tastes sweet-ish." You can't make this level of stupid up. It's as if it walked off the script of a post apocalyptic movie itself. 

Are these the end times? A bunch of influencers blinded by their own lust for social media viral fame that they disregard viable statements from concerned officials; and proceed to swim around in toxic waste dumps? We sincerely hope that everyone ends up being alright. 

Instagram influencers are ignoring health and safety concerns, and taking selfies at a pretty blue Siberian lake that's actually a toxic waste dump.
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With friends like these, am I right?

I am, aren't I?

This video entitled "Girl Plays On Thin Ice and Pays The Price" is the story of all of us. We regularly tap our feet on ice, hoping that it's frozen enough to support us. Unfortunately, we are disappointed by ice and left screaming and grasping for safety. 

Our friends, our dear, dear friends, they do not help. But rather watch and laugh. Later, after everyone's had a nice mug of warm cocoa, they'll upload the video of that time you nearly died of hypothermia to YouTube.

via Blingee

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On May 19, baby Zyla strapped into a set of skies (bolted together for safety) and water-skied for over 600 feet. Her parents, both being professional barefoot water skiers and co-owners of the World Barefoot Center in Florida, were possibly the only two parents in the world who could make this sound like a good idea.

Take a look at their Christmas card this year for an idea of this family's passion for the water.