People Are Divided On This Young Designer's Trendy Idea For Louis Vuitton Hair Accessories
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Hair barrettes were a large part of many people's childhoods, but there is sadly no adult version of the item that's also trendy and cool...until now.

Magnus Juliano, a designer and rapper, created a grown-up, 3-D printed version of barrettes, which look pretty darn cool.

With one barrette even featuring the company's logo, Juliano posted a picture and tagged Virgil Abloh, Creative Director for Louis Vuitton, hoping for an internship.

Twitter couldn't be more certain that Juliano deserves that position!

Looking at what he was capable of, others thought Juliano deserved a fully paid position instead of a mere internship.

Many people on Twitter warned Juliano to be careful with his ideas—you never know who might abscond with them.

And, as far as ideas go, this one could be worth quite a bit.

Louis Vuitton had better show some interest...

Magnus has definitely earned quite a few fans on social media. They're hoping for the best for him!

Though Louis Vuitton hasn't responded, Juliano is getting plenty of attention, and it looks like things have worked out pretty well for the young designer. Congratulations, Magnus, you've earned it!

People Imagine How They'd React If Someone Offered Them $50K For Their Pet
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I've got a decent amount of animals - some fish, turtles, dogs, etc. - but out of all of them, Optimus Prime is definitely *my* pet.

He's kind of a jerk to everyone else, but a with me he's a the biggest bestest beefaroni boy.

That is an outright lie, this dog is awfully behaved and taught himself how to open doors so he stays letting mosquitos in the house and air conditioning all of South Florida instead of just my living room. I just have a soft spot for him.

But here's the thing - soft spot or not, if someone offered me $50k for this dog, my reaction wouldn't be horror because I just love my "shmoopies" and even can't imagine. I'm not that privileged.

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People Explain How They Got Their Scars
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Two years ago I steamed a hole in my belly with a hot water bottle that was slightly open.

I didn't feel myself literally cooking because I have nerve damage in the area, but I still have a quarter-sized circular scar as proof!

I've got lots of scars, but my lobster steam stamp is one of my newer additions so it's kind of a fan favorite right now.

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People Explain Which Professions They Have Absolutely No Respect For
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Have you ever heard of a certain job that people call a career and thought... "PEOPLE PAY YOU FOR THAT?!?!"

All hard, honest work is good work.

And then there is just trash work.

And I don't mean garbage collection, that is honest work.

I don't know how some people live with themselves.

Redditor MrTuxedo1 wanted to discuss the careers they don't believe people should chase. They asked:

"What job do you have no respect for?"
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The nose is constantly being attacked by odors of the world.

Going through one day without having to hold my breath during a certain point, is a miracle.

Of course, I'm a New Yorker, so I maybe exaggerating for people in the countryside.

What's funnier is odors that are pleasant, that shouldn't be.

Have you ever looked and something and thought... "yuck."

But then you smelled it and it was like... "oh lovely,"

Redditor HappQueue wanted to know what aromas are arousing to the senses that may come as a surprise to many. They asked:

"What smells good but shouldn't?"
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