20 Best Instagram Captions For Your Thirst Trap Photos

Summeris approaching, and that means youre going to be doing things like barbecuing, swimming and planning a few more outingswith your bestie.

The warmer weather is just another excuse to keep your Instagram photos on point and with that comes gorgeous, glamorous thirst trap photos.

What is a thirst trap? Im glad you asked.

A thirst trap is a social media photo that you know, well before the likes roll in, is peak sexy. Let us turn to Queen of the Thirst Trap, Amber Rose, for a spot-on demonstration.

This post may double as a Fashion Nova ad,but its a thirst trap above all else, kids. All hail Queen Amber.

Understand though, thirst trap doesnt have to exactly show off the goods, although you may do so if you like because: body autonomy. Your pouty selfies that all but whisper come hither, and any cocktail dresses you slip into for a summer gala qualify as well.

Wear all of your clothes or dont, but the point is to turn up the sexy, even when you plan to look like youre not trying to be sexy at all (i.e. gym pics, people).

That said, you plan to thirst trap the hell out of your exes and crushes this summer, right?


So Your Main Concern Is Coming Up With The Caption

You can always pull a Kylie Jennerand submit your thirstiest, trappiest pics with no caption or a tell-nothing emoji.

But if you prefer to abandon the faux coyness every once in a while, and be alittle more direct, then these are the perfect Instagram captions for you. Of course, these captions feature a fewmore of your favorite celebrities best thirst trap Instagram photos. You know, for more inspiration.

Enjoy And Take Notes:

1. J. Lo,

2. Unknown

3. Unknown

4. Rihanna, Sex With Me

5. Unknown

6. Beyonc

7. Amber Rose

8. Katy Perry, Swish, Swish

9. Audrey Hepburn

10. Becky. G.,

11. Warsan Shire

Drake, Views

13. Maya Angelou,

14. Maya Angelou, Phenomenal Woman

15. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich

16. Britney Spears

17. Shakespeare,

18. Unknown


20. Unknown

Got your caption plan down? Good.

Thirst trap it up this summer andkill everything.

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/life/instagram-captions-selfies-thirst-trap-pictures/1957815/

11 Times Malcolm In The Middle Was Completely Hilarious











We propose a Malcolm in the Middle movie. Or another season. Or just a Christmas special….

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2015/11/11-times-malcolm-in-the-middle-was-completely-hilarious-69533/

13 Graphs That Suggest The Planet Might Be Totally Screwed


1. Adapted from UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs.
2. Adapted from UN Environment Programme Water Statistics, 2008, FAO
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Outlook 2011
(EIA, 2011)
5. Adapted from data from the US Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center,
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
6. Adapted from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UC San Diego) CO2
program, ŒClimate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis¹, Working Group 1
contribution to IPCC, Fourth Assessment Report, CUP 2007; C.M. MacFarling
Meure et al. ŒLaw Dome CO2 CH4 and N2O ice core records extended to 2000
years BP¹, Geophysical Research Letters 33, 14 (2006)
7. Adapted from J.E. Hansen et al. Goddard Institute for Space Studies,
2012: http://cdiac.ornl.gov/trends/temp/hansen/graphics.html
8. Compiled from data from the US National Interagency Fire Center, 2010;
Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Report, 2005. Data for 2000-2010 are USA
9. Adapted from Steffen et al. ŒThe Anthropocene: From Global Change to
Planetary Stewardship¹, AMBIO, October 2011 (Royal Swedish Academy of
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Databse; S. Levitus et al. World ocean heat content and thermosteric sea
level change (0-2000 m), 1955-2010¹, Geophysical Research Letters, 39, 10,
11. Compiled from data from ICIMOD and UNEP-Grid Arendal, 2010; Millennium
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, 2005
12. Adapted from Steffen et al. The Anthropocene: From Global Change to
Planetary Stewardship¹, AMBIO, October 2011 (Royal Swedish Academy of
Sciences); FAO, The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012 (FAO,
2012); B. Worm et al. Rebuilding global fisheries¹, Science, 325 (2009)
13. Adapted from S. Pimm and P. Raven, Biodiversity: Extinction by
numbers¹, Nature, 403 (2000); A. barnosky et al. Has the Earth¹s sixth mass
extinction already arrived?¹, Nature, 471 (2011)..

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/lukelewis/13-graphs-that-suggest-the-planet-might-be-totally-screwed

The Most Influential Organization In Sports Takes A Second Shot At Gender Equality

If the first installment of ESPN’s Nine for IX documentary series — a spin-off of its successful 30 for 30 series — is any indication, sports fans (regardless of gender or sporting preference) are in for a treat. The initial film, Venus Vs., follows Venus Williams as she puts the weight of her late-career celebrity into the decades-long fight, begun by Billie Jean King in 1968, for female players to receive the same prize money as men at Wimbledon. Part biography, part appreciation, the hour-long film is a thorough examination of the way Venus Williams, her physical ability waning, is trying to transcend her sport and her own public identity.

And that — a sense of the epic dramas lurking behind the day-to-day wins and losses — is what pretty much all the documentaries in the original 30 for 30 series had, save for one critical point: that series’ proportion of female-centric pieces was abysmally low. Out of 30 films, just two had a female protagonist. One was a film on the years-long rivalry (and eventual friendship) between tennis stars Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova. The other was a dreadful exploration into the doping life of sprinter Marion Jones that was so revisionist and apologist and distorted that it is generally regarded as the worst of the lot. (And of the 21 that have followed since the original batch, only one, on the life and times of transsexual tennis player Renée Richards, focused on any specific part of women’s athletics.) So where the first 51 films have come up short, the Nine for IX series seeks to excel.

It’s an encouraging start, and the next episode, which debuts tonight, appears ready to carry along last week’s momentum. A profile of former Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt, the winningest hoops coach in NCAA history, called Pat XO, looks like yet another winner — and sight unseen, there’s not another of the next seven installments that doesn’t sound fascinating. (The one on Olympic distance runner Mary Decker, who suffered an infamous fall during the 3,000-meter race at the 1984 Summer Olympics, looks like it could be the star of the bunch.) None of them seem perfunctory; there’s no air of “here’s some women’s stuff just so you don’t complain.”

When ESPN is at the top of its game, there is no one better to convey these types of stories to a wide audience. Let’s hope this series does them justice.

Read more: http://buzzfeed.com/erikmalinowski/espns-nine-for-ix-a-second-chance-at-fairness

Malady Nation: Regulating India’s regressive health insurance

Three quarters of India’s population has no health insurance. Union Health Minister Jagat Prakash Nadda said in May 2016, that only about 24 per cent of the population has some form of medical insura

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