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https://www.youtube.com/embed/8IHHomjGf5k Ah feels so good to unwind and give myself some TLC TLC later Bella. Kids 100 layers time. Amy, keep cool Bella, keep cool, I’m gon na get you back eeny you ruined my knee time. So long peace and quiet Oh face is so heavy. We can’t see anything, that’s it they’re coming off gross! Oh look at my skin. It’S glowing that was worth it. I’M not sure what to wear right! No Amy! Please help me yeah sure that one’s fine you asked for it 100 layers of clothes. There you go Bella now, you don’t even need a decides. You can wear everything at once. So heavy, oh, my god. This is so annoying and should’ve just picked that one too it’s getting so hot in here and so stuffy. Oh okay, come on! Let’S do this! One more God knows how many more to…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/oThApiIH7dM The neck tie has its roots in military history. For starters, a collection of terracotta sculptures discovered in 1974 in Xian, China gives insight into the style worn by Chinese soldiers over a thousand years ago. China’s first emperor, Qin Shih Huang, wanted his army to be buried with him as his guardians in the afterlife. Lucky for all the soldiers involved, his advisers convinced him instead to have life sized replicas of his troops made to be used as his protectors throughout eternity. In 210 BC when he died, his terracotta “army” was buried with him in this way. Each statue wore a wrapped neck cloth, the earliest known predecessor of the modern tie. Yet Qin Shih Huang’s army seems to have been the only known Chinese wearers of the neck cloth. There are no known representations of Chinese soldiers or Chinese people in general wearing this piece…

https://www.youtube.com/embed/VRWRmIEHr3A Some of the best moments of my life have happened in labs. Also some of the worst. Like the time that I took a week to prepare a sample for NMR analysis, and then a classmate washed out the vials while I was sleeping for the first time in 3 days. Because he "couldn't find anything else" to use for his experiment. Interestingly, that resulted in my personal most significant laboratory injury. We all have one; I cut my hand while punching a paper towel dispenser in frustration. No one ever brought it up again. Today, we're going to talk about how to avoid injury in the lab, and some good techniques for using laboratory equipment correctly.First two lessons already learned: never wash out a vial you aren't familiar with and don't punch paper towel dispensers. [Theme Music] Let's start with some very basic safety stuff; your hair. If…

They say that clothes make the woman, but what does it say if your clothes are having well, a moment? Don’t worry, we’ve got some handy tricks up our sleeve to prevent these clothing faux-pas from completely ruining your day and reputation. Taking a stroll on the beach was a great idea, but wearing a skirt — not so much. Hope no one saw those buns! Oh and you may want to steer clear of any stairs. The wind will blow that sucker right up! Yikes! Really gives the saying, “sun’s out, bun’s out” a whole new meaning, doesn’t it? Oh thank goodness, a bench! Phew, that was bad. If you ever find yourself in a compromising position like Olivia, here, search in your bag to see if you have any band-aids or coins. Okay, here’s how you can use these items to keep your skirt weighted down. Flip the…