24 problemas que solo las personas que tienen problemas para dormir entenderán

En vez de contar ovejas te quedaría mejor tratar de convencerte a ti mismo que jamás intentes volver a dormir.

1. El aterrador grifo que gotea:

24 problemas que solo las personas que tienen problemas para dormir entenderán

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Cada gota es otro minuto sin dormir, ya que eso es todo con lo que está obsesionada tu mente.

2. La peste que representa que alguien ronque:

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No solo es molesto, sino que también es otro recordatorio de que no vas a poder dormir pronto.

3. Oír la alarma de un auto a la mitad de la noche:

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Ahora no solo estás despierto, sino que estás preocupado de que alguien haya abierto tu auto.

4. Ser despertado jusssto cuando por fin te estabas quedando dormido:

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Los niños, los animales domésticos, tu pareja, todos deberían saber mejor, pero tal parece que simplemente no les importa.

5. Tener que invertir en máscaras para dormir y cortinas oscuras:

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Porque la luz es el enemigo y harás cualquier cosa que puedas para bloquearla.

6. Oír el ruido de la máquina para cortar césped los fines de semana por la mañana:

24 problemas que solo las personas que tienen problemas para dormir entenderán

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Has tenido la suerte de quedarte profundamente dormido un par de horas y entonces – MMMMMMRRRRROOOOOWWWWW. ¡Puf!

7. Oír ruidos extraños y preocuparte por lo que podría ser:

24 problemas que solo las personas que tienen problemas para dormir entenderán

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Para tu información, siempre es la refrigeradora.

8. La tentación que representa empezar a ver una película tarde en la noche:

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Porque si la empiezas, la terminarás. Y si no lo haces, te vas a acostar pensando sobre qué pasó, luego al final te levantarás y la terminarás de ver.

9. Te vas de viaje y olvidas tus tapones para los oídos:

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¡MI VIDA APESTA!

10. Pájaros estúpidos y su estúpido canto:

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A quien madruga Dios lo ayuda y logran enojarte.

11. Quedarte dormido en diferentes lugares durante el día:

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Oh, ahora me puedo dormir ¿no hay problema? ¡Buena broma, Sr. Sandman!

12. Luchar contra la urgencia de orinar porque estás a punto de dormirte:

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Pero luego ceder y levantarte, solo para iniciar el proceso de nuevo.

13. Necesitar más de un reloj despertador, ya que constantemente te quedas dormido:

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No es tu culpa, en realidad no te pudiste dormir sino hasta las 4 de la mañana. Bueno, quizá lo es, pero aún así.

14. Cuando alguien te da consejos no solicitados sobre cómo puedes dormir mejor:

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Si funcionara, ya habrías escuchado antes al respecto, ¿no crees?

15. No dormir con el aire acondicionado encendido porque sabes que el zumbido te mantendrá despierto:

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Básicamente, el verano apesta.

16. El día de la basura, en general…

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¿DEPARTAMENTO DE SERVICIOS SANITARIOS, POR QUÉ TIENES QUE HACERME ESTO?

17. Intentar todas las posiciones posibles para sentirte cómodo:

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Para que luego inevitablemente te levantes con dolor de cuello.

18. Probar en vano diferentes máquinas supresoras de ruido:

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El ruido blanco, llamadas de las ballenas, la selva tropical. Ninguna funciona y prácticamente hace que te den ganas de orinar.

19. Saber que se duerme mejor cuando está lloviendo, pero luego mantenerte despierto porque la lluvia golpea la ventana:

 

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20. Recordar de repente que olvidaste hacer algo, como conectar tu teléfono o cerrar la puerta principal…

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Y luego levantarte y darte cuenta de que ya lo habías hecho.

21. Buscar ese sonido extraño a la mitad de la noche:

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¿Será el detector de humo? ¿Tu reloj? ¿Tu teléfono? ¿ALIENÍGENAS? ¡NO ME PUEDO DORMIR HASTA QUE TE ENCUENTRE!

22. Cualquier movimiento:

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Oh, ¿te moviste? Supongo que ya me desperté, ¡gracias!

23. Saber que tienes que levantarte temprano, pero tu cerebro no se desconecta…

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…porque la hora de dormir -de acuerdo a tu cerebro- es el momento perfecto para pensar sobre tu propia mortalidad.

24. Sentir mucha envidia de las personas que no tienen este problema y que se apresuran a decirte exactamente eso:

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¿Puedes quedarte dormido en cualquier lugar y siempre dormir como un tronco? ¿Qué? ¿Quieres una galleta?

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The Last Thing Bullies Told Her To Do Was Hang Herself. That’s Just What She Did

For the majority of teenagers, social media has become the new norm in terms of interacting with friends and classmates.

Like most teens, 14-year-old Megan Evans spent a good amount of time tuning out of the real world and tuning in to her various accounts. However, it became clear that she was very much living a double life. To family and friends, she was the same happy-go-lucky girl that they knew and loved, but behind closed doors, she was hiding an emotional secret.

Evans had been the victim of severe cyberbullying attacks that eventually pushed her to the brink.

The taunting aimed at her was severe. One day, she received a message from one of her bullies telling her to just hang herself.

When one of her younger siblings went to go ask her if she’d like to enjoy some quality time in the hot tub, they made the gruesome discovery that she had followed through with her bully’s request. She had hanged herself in the bathroom.

Read More: Victim Of Mean Prank Dies At The Hands Of Bullies As Teacher Watches On

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The TV Shows You Cannot Miss This Christmas

We’ve trawled through the TV guides, and got tip offs from the talent to bring you the very best of this year’s Christmas TV.

Tis the season to snuggle up on the sofa with a pair of woolly socks, a box of celebrations and your remote control but it’s a minefield out there. Do you choose a Disney classic or plump for something new and exciting?

We’ve taken the deciding out for you, because let’s face it you’re probably too drunk and full of chocolate right now to make sensible life choices. So here’s the best of the best of the box from Christmas Eve to New Years Day, and if that’s not good enough, then a big bah humbug to you.

Christmas Eve

What’s more likely to get you in the Christmas spirit than Keith Lemon trying to get an exasperated Jimmy Carr, Stephen Mulhern and Claudia Winkleman to guess which celebs house he’s creeping around? TV gold.

Jimmy Carr, again, but this time he’s hosting this classic panel show with a seasonal twist. There’ll be panto stars, Jedward and Big Brother stars of yonder, Nikki Grahame and Brian Belo… have we slipped back into 2010 or something?

You know that house you always drive past – that’s equipped with twelve moving reindeer and a roof full of flashing, festive minions – and think: “why do the people living there spend their annual wage on Christmas lights?” This programme helps explain the questionable craze behind those electricity guzzling, eye-boggling displays.

Christmas Day

What’s better than being an adult watching TV, watching adults watching TV? Being an adult, watching kids watching TV, of course? Because the stuff that comes out of children’s mouths is generally hilarious, and hey, it’ll distract you from the cousins you forgot you had that are probably running around the living room high on chocolate right now.

Whether you’re a Downtowner (is that a thing?) or not, you have to admit that the fact that they’re showing the very, very last ever episode of the show that made period dramas cool (ish) again is a big deal. Is Edith doomed to be the only unmarried Crawley daughter forever? And, what is going on with Bertie? Hopefully, everything will be answered and then you can go and get on with the rest of your lives/Christmas.

Recorded in front of a live audience and joined by the likes of Dara O’Briain, Dame Edna Everage and Ellie Goulding this jam-packed show will see your Chrimbo go out with a lol and a bang.

Boxing Day

The story of the cutest, most lethal animated cat (voiced by Antonio Banderas) in the days before he was Shrek’s sidekick.

If you love Russell Howard, you’re in for a real treat with this, his first debut comedy drama. The episode – which also stars his equally hilarious sister, Kerry – shows Dan (Russell) introducing his dream woman to his very strange family… as you can imagine, it doesn’t quite go to plan.

It just wouldn’t be Christmas if Holly Willoughby wasn’t on the telly being nice to people, would it?

Will it ever be as good as the one where Russell Brand and Noel Fielding got up to a lot of mischief? Watch this years and (alongside learning a lot of handy pub quiz knowledge) find out.

27 December

She’s grumpy, incredibly foul-mouthed and she’s taken the “f*cking liberty” of being on your screens this festive season.

28th December

Scouse funny-man John Bishop heads into the Rwandan mountains to observe the beautiful beasts in their natural habitat, and finds out what can be done to protect the endangered species.

If you’re more Gogglebox than Gogglesprogs you’ll love this recap of the shows best bits from 2015.

29th December

David Beckham’s takes on an epic football adventure, as he travels through the toughest areas in seven continents to play seven games of football with teams picked from local communities.

30th December

Charlie Brooker serves up the best in satirical commentary on the best, and worst, of 2015.

Feel like you need soothing after the hangover that is the festive season? Let David Attenborough’s voice take you away to warmer climes in this magical exploration of the Great Barrier Reef – you’ll never have to go snorkeling again.

Ever wondered what Keith and the rest of the gang get up to when you’re not watching? This show hands out the best of those hilarious unseen bits that you always thought were happening when the cameras were off.

New Years Eve

If you’re not going out and are spending your NYE curled up on the sofa – it’s probably for the best, it’s always rubbish anyway – The Graham Norton Show, with massive guests including J Law, Will Ferrell, Mark Wahlberg and Eddie Redmayne, looks like the best way to spend the remaining hours of 2015.

Join vet Steve Leonard for a cuteness overload as he visits three Chinese panda reserves to follow the development of baby pandas from birth to toddler-hood.

Two unlikely but adorable heroes fly to South America in a house attached to a thousand balloons to fulfill a widowersdreams. Pixar at it’s wackiest, and weepiest, finest.

New Years Day

Let laughter cure your horrendous hangover with this adaptation of David Walliams’ children’s book. Len and his 12-year-old son Joe become super-rich after inventing a new type of loo roll, buteven oodles of cash doesn’t bring them happiness…

What better wayto round of Christmas than with a one-off Sherlock special. In a twist Benedict Cumberbatch and his side-kick Martin Freeman have gone back in time to Victorian England where a ghost is apparently haunting the streets of London wearing her wedding dress. Splendidly spooky…

And that’s it… time to get off the couch, ditch the sprouts and tinsel and go outside for a run or something.

Read more: http://www.hellou.co.uk/2015/12/the-tv-shows-you-cannot-miss-this-christmas-73206/

Crimea’s Eurovision Votes Will Still Count As Ukrainian

In case you were wondering, the Crimean public’s phone votes will still be counted under Ukraine’s total. Which might actually be good news for Russia’s Eurovision hopes.

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Crimean Eurovision fans will still be counted as Ukranian in the official phone vote, despite the territory’s declaration of independence from the country.

The question of whether the result of the March referendum on joining Russia would be recognised by Eurovision authorities may not be the most pressing one in the disputed territory – but for the time being at least, the region’s infrastructure means the music contest (which goes to great lengths to keep politics out of the show) won’t recognise its change of allegiance.

As first reported last month by Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet, the question of whether Crimean votes count as Ukrainian or Russian is “a merely technical matter”, Eurovision spokesman Jarmo Siim confirmed to BuzzFeed last week. “If the people in Crimea remain on a Ukrainian mobile network, as they are now, their votes will count for Ukraine,” he said.

But, he added, “if Ukrainian mobile operators decide to block traffic from Crimea, or if Russian operators make their services available in Crimea, their votes will count for Russia.”

But for the time being “it appears that they are still on the Ukrainian network” – although Siim added that the organisers were “keeping an eye on it”.

The fact that Crimea’s Eurovision fanbase has yet to switch nationalities could well benefit Russia in the contest – as phone voters can’t award points to their own country.

Ukraine, with a large population that identifies with Russia, has regularly given Russia high scores over the past decade (an average of more than nine points out of a maximum 12). Had Russia managed to annexe a large population of those sympathetic Eurovision voters, it could have hurt their chances.

Not that they might necessarily care; one local Russian lawmaker, who inspired the country’s “gay propaganda” law, recently called for a boycott of Eurovision – which is watched by an estimated 125million viewers across Europe – describing it as “pan-European gay pride parade.”

Ukraine and Russia will be competing against each other in the first semi-final in Copenhagen tonight, Tuesday May 6. Both are thought likely to progress to the final on Saturday May 10.

For reference, here’s Ukraine’s Eurovision entry.

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And here are the Tolmachevy Sisters for Russia.

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