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People want to look good. Nay, people must look good. 

But in his age of Instagram and Snapchat, looking good isn't enough. You must risk your life for beauty, whether that be a selfie while driving or a quick mirror shot of you holding the pin to a hand grenade. 

One model said, the best way to get a good Instagram shot is to dangle off a 1,000-foot-tall building in Dubai. The model in question, Odintsova held an assistant's hand as she threw caution to the wind and leaned into 2013's tallest building. I would trust any assistant over a safety harness any day. Do it for the likes. 

This seems worth it: 



via @viki_odintcova

H/T Mashable

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This Adult Model With Natural 34J Boobs Is Going Viral For Literally Busting Through Her Button-Down Shirts

Allegedly natural, am I right fellas? Either way, Samantha Lily of Russia identified a market with endlessly thirsty customers, and she's capitalizing on it like a shameless self-objectifying champ. I think. 

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Guy Trolls His Male Model Friend by Imitating His Pictures

Imgur user BJohnson11231 posted these photos comparing himself to his friend with the title "My friend is a male model, I'm a dork in Brooklyn." To be fair, it looks like he's a dork WITH A BACKYARD in Brooklyn, so don't feel too bad for the guy. He's probably doing okay without washboard abs.

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One "social media celebrity" is quitting social media because she says she had become consumed.

18-year-old Australian model and vegan YouTuber Essena O'Neill is quitting social media and launching a campaign to help others who want to make the change themselves.

This might seem trivial, but for someone who made thousands of dollars through social media—her career is now in jeopardy.

And she had a lot of followers:

Essena O'Neill, from the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, had over 574,000 Instagram followers, more than 250,000 subscribers on YouTube and around 60,000 dedicated Snapchat contacts when she decided to give up her life as a 'social media celebrity'.

In her final YouTube video, O'Neil describes why she is quitting social media.

"I put my value in numbers, not real life people, moments or my natural passions of art, writing...Posting on Instagram consumed me," she wrote.

"We are not followers, we are beings of individuality and love. I have never felt so free."

She said she is leaving her Instagram and YouTube accounts up as documentation of her journey. She even started changing Instagram captions to reveal the truth about sponsored posts and highly edited photos.

Instead of using popular social media platforms, O'Neill has set up a website and blog, letsbegamechangers.com, where she will continue to interact with fans and share her content.

Her first challenge to users? Go social media free for one week.

Could you do it?