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22 Betty White GIFs Reminding Us Age Is Just a Number ๐Ÿ‘ต๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ‘‘๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’ฏ



Have you ever heard someone who is about to turn 24 or 25 complain about how old they’re getting? I have. And I just want to punch them in the face when I hear such nonsense. If you’re feeling old in your twenties, perhaps you should be tested for lupus.

With the right attitude, your age doesn’t have to define you once you hit 30, 40, 50, or as Betty White proves, 95.

Betty White was born on Jan. 17, 1922. She started her career in television on an experimental Los Angeles-based station in 1939ย โ€” long before most people had televisions in their homes.

Nearly 80 years later, she’s a fucking icon who needs no introduction. At 95, she’s still working (she can be seen on Freeform’s Young & Hungry this spring) and still hot.

Maybe the secret to her longevityย is a healthy diet.

Whatever she does, it’s working.ย She’s still dancing her way through each day.

She doesn’t let her age get in the way of enjoying some good company to keep her heart warm, loving, and fulfilled.

Bettyย stillย exercises her brain by staying on top of current affairs.

She still takes fashion risks.

Stress can age anybody. When you’re a senior citizen, there’s no time for stress.ย Thats why Betty doesn’t take shit from nobody!

Betty was married three times. She had two short-lived marriages in her twenties before marryingย the love of her life, Password game-show host Allen Ludden, in 1963. Afterย her husband died of stomach cancer in 1981, White vowed to never marry again, telling Larry King: “Once you’ve had the best, who needs the rest?”

Maybe she just found out the secret to finding real love comes from adopting a pet. ๐Ÿพโค๏ธ

She doesn’t let her age prevent her from enjoying a glass of wine.

You can still be mischievous from time to time at any age, even if it gets you into a little trouble.

Above all, she makes sure to laugh and enjoy the crazy ride.

Thanks for reminding us you can always be young at heart. And most importantly, thank you for being a friend.





Watch This Solider Dunk for Donuts



Jason Ciesielski is a Field Artillery Soldier in the Army National Guard and an athlete making his mark on social media. When he’s not busy serving his country, the 20-year-old can be seen on his Instagram and Facebook page showing off high box jumps, dead lifts and freestyle dunks.

“I want to empower people to be the best, strongest versions of themselves,” he says.

Jason recently went Live on Facebook with Better than the Weekend to dunk while treating himself to one of his guilty pleasuresย โ€” Dunkin’ Donuts. He picked out four of his favorite fried cakes of sweetened dough and made sure he dunked before indulging his sweet tooth. Moral of the story: You can still be fit and eat what you want, as long as you work for it.

Watch and see how he did. Ladies, you’re welcome. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Dunkin' for Donuts

Real men earn their donuts ๐Ÿ…Ask Jason Tyler Ciesielski

Posted by Better than the Weekend on Wednesday, April 18, 2018

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How to Stop Being a Pussy and Be the Lion You Were Born to Be



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We are hard-wired to be lions; to go after something we want.



Itโ€™s in our nature to be a total savage when chasing after our desires โ€” despite the consequences. In modern culture, where social media is redefining our lifestyle, we seem to be transforming into this fear-based robot who stays in their comfort zone and doesnโ€™t reach too far.



My name is Jesse Mundt. Iโ€™m a 23-year-old realtor from New Jersey. Iโ€™m not worried about remembering Harambe, learning the fucking Juju dance or getting blackout wasted. Iโ€™m focused on hitting my goals. I want to see other millennials get as excited as I am about hitting their goals. Thatโ€™s why Iโ€™m here to offer some advice on how to break this formula of being a pussy and finally be the lion you were born to be.

Donโ€™t be a dick. Hear me out.

Youโ€™re probably a lot like me, actually. I want to be rich and successful.


Photo provided by Jesse Mundt

But before we move forward, I believe we have to go backward.

First step in being a fucking lion is to sit down and be your 6-year-old self again โ€” this time with some intellect. Ask yourself these questions: What do you want your life to look like if you couldnโ€™t fail? How much money do you want to make? How big do you want your house to be? Whatโ€™s your dream car?

Be specific. Your answers should give you butterflies and chills just thinking about them.

Next, dust off the creativity and imagination of your childhood self and dream BIG. Imagine your adult life if your childhood dreams became a reality. (Remember, you only limit your own thoughts. So go fucking wild while dreaming what your life could be like.)

Lastly, find a mentor. Someone who has what you want and is willing to teach you how to get it. Keep in mind, you canโ€™t teach what you donโ€™t have so be careful who you take advice from, especially those close to you. (For example, if you want to make $100,000 each year but the person teaching you makes $60,000 a year, itโ€™s impossible. You get it.)

Being a gentleman isn’t limited to how you respect a woman. A true gentleman works on himself and constantly strives for growth. Itโ€™s not only our duty as gentleman, but as human beings.
Thatโ€™s how he become a fearless lion and takes on the world.



Are you willing to give up your comfort zone to go up?

I am.

From one gentleman to another,


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How to Be Philanthropic Without Breaking the Bank

You don’t have be a celebrity with a $1 million check to make an impact on someone else.



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Philanthropyย became an essential part of my life during my fraternity days. Believe it or not, giving back to the community is a key element in Greek culture.


Sure, most of our money went toward books and beer, but it was important to us to spend a generous amount of our time being charitable. Participating in philanthropy, as I learned, benefits underprivileged people, helps promote the reputation of yourself or your organization, and just makes you feel good.


Better than the Weekend decided to get involved and give something back by spending a morning at St. Francis of Assisi Kitchen in Scranton, PA. From 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. me and two of my interns, Justine and Dana, prepped and served lunch to guests in need of a hot and nutritious meal.


You don’t have be a celebrity with a $1 million check to make an impact on someone else. And it doesn’t have to be National Philanthropy Day to give back. Here are some ways you can be philanthropic without breaking the bank.

1. Volunteerย at a soup kitchen, nursing home or children’s hospital.

At the soup kitchen, some of the people who came to get a meal thanked us individually for being their to help them. That feeling they felt didn’t cost a penny on our ends.


2. Take some cookies to the local police or fire departments.

Let people who risk their lives to serve and protect us know they’re appreciated it. It doesn’t cost a lot of money to make some cookies and it doesn’t take much time. It’ll likely make their day!


3. Invite someone for a walk.

When you see a friend or co-worker stressed out, let them know you’re there for them by inviting them to do something that can get their mind off whatever is bothering them. A person doesn’t have to be homeless and living under a bridge to need someone to reach out to them.


4. Listen!

We’re so often caught up in our own lives that we don’t always take the time to listen to someone who is going through something. Making someone feel heard and worth being listened to can make them feel better.


5. Pay for the person behind you.

It could be a cup of coffee at Starbucks or the toll on a road trip. Spotting the person behind you in line will surprise them, make their day and remind them there’s good in the world.

That’s what philanthropy is all about.

Cheers to putting some good out there.





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