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Ariel Winter Shuts Down Boob Shamers By Making Them Look At Her Ass Instead

By: Emily Burns

In: theBERRY

A few days ago, our favorite Modern Family star, Ariel Winter rocked an I-don’t-give-a-f*ck-what-you-think-of-me bodycon dress for her highschool graduation party (she’s going to UCLA in the fall), and she slayed. Of course, all the Internet trolls took the opportunity to let the 18-year-old know exactly what they thought of her and her fearlessly displayed ample bosom.
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Those who know me well get that two of my great passions are movies & nostalgia. John & I got in depth with both of those subjects with the ever-iconic actor Corey Feldman. But what you might not know about Corey is that his greatest passion is actually music, and he has been secretly developing a double-album called 'Angelic 2 the Core' for the past decade.

Corey discussed his love for music, as well as indulged all our geek-out questions such as: will there be a 'Goonies' sequel; what did the process recording 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' look like, and just how was it working with the likes of Tom Hanks on the set of 'The Burbs?' Other pleasant surprises included the surprising amount of money he made for TMNT and what it was like meeting The Beatles. This podcast will have your gripped from start to finish!

We’re proud to present Corey’s double-album ‘Angelic 2 The Core,’ which you can purchase now at angelic2thecore, amazonmusic, OR Spotify!

AND for actual physical copies (not downloads), you can find those albums RIGHT HERE

Send your warm wishes to Corey at his Twitter Page!

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Corey Feldman talks music, ‘Goonies 2’ rumors, and nostalgia on theChive Podcast

Episode 71

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Iconic actor Corey Feldman discussed his love for music, as well as indulged all our geek-out questions such as: will there be a 'Goonies' sequel; what did the process recording 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' look like, and just how was it working with the likes of Tom Hanks on the set of 'The Burbs?' Other pleasant surprises included the surprising amount of money he made for TMNT and what it was like meeting The Beatles.
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Isabelle stands in the backyard, contemplating the swing set. Her hands are planted firmly on her hips as she assesses the structure: it’s height, the potential danger, the probability of her either falling or reaching the top. She’d never been up on her own before. For her older brother Eli, climbing these stairs was easy - she’d watched him do it a hundred times. But she’d never done it without help from her mom or dad. 

She knew now, at 6, that she wasn’t exactly the same as the other kids. She realized she needed some special help, some extra supervision that neither her brothers nor her classmates needed. But that doesn’t mean that much to her. She doesn’t know that the world has a name for her ‘limitations,’ that they call it Kabuki syndrome. It doesn’t matter to her that it’s really rare… that few people other than her have it. She already knows she’s special, she doesn’t need a doctor to tell her so. The way she looks at the swing set is probably differently than her peers because to her, it’s a challenge. A chance to do something. A chance to prove herself. 

Before she has decided whether or not she stands a chance of making it to the top… her foot is already on the first step. And then the second. She’s concentrating on nothing but what she needs to do, on what must happen for her to succeed. And then, it seems like it took forever, but she can’t believe it - she’s standing on top of the play set. She looks down at what she’s just done, at what it took for her to get here. Her mom calls her name and she looks, waving and smiling. Mom Heidi’s expression quickly turns from shock to pride… and Izzy can see there are tears behind her eyes.

“Faith is taking the first step even when you can’t see the whole staircase.”

Martin Luther King Jr. said that, and Izzy knows exactly what he meant.

With a community behind her, Izzy takes on the world (12 Photos)

By: Caitlin

In: Chive Charities, Chive Humanity

The doctor told Heidi she should let go of any expectations she had had for Isabelle's future.

But Heidi looked down at her daughter and knew, in a way, he was right. She should let go of her expectations for Izzy’s future... because her future would be different: she would make sure it would be better than Izzy could have ever imagined.
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