By Daily Mail Australia Reporter. From thigh gaps to duck pouts, Instagram has been home to plenty of strange trends over the years. And the latest craze sweeping the social media platform appears to be posing with your tongue out.
Log in or Sign up. Joined: Dec 7, Messages: 16, Likes Received: 23, Something I've been pondering about for a while now after creeping thots on FB, and seeing so many with picture s of their tongue out.
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Miley Cyrus can't stop and she won't stop sticking out her tongue. But what is she potentially revealing about her health? It turns out the tongue reveals everything from dehydration to vitamin deficiencies to cancer. When a patient's tongue is covered in a grayish-white coating, it's a sign that patient has taken antibiotics that have killed some of the natural bacteria in the mouth, allowing fungus to settle in, Wolff said.
Jenny, always the center of attention, squatted down slightly in the center of the group, her impressive cleavage spilling out of her crop top as she puckered her lips up toward the camera. Megan, on the far right, put her drink to her lips and tossed her arm in the air in a totally effortless and carefree way. Then, on the far left, was Rebecca.
What's with the ads? By busymama7May 3, in The Chat Board. I tried to break her of it when she lived at home but didn't quite succeed.
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Girls do many things in photos that are attractive in photos, but they do also make some mistakes too. There are several things girls do in photos, that drive me nuts in a bad way. The biggest offender is "duck-face.
SHE visits about a once a day, when I'm checking my Yahoo e-mail: the young woman with her tongue hanging out. She appears on my computer screen, off to the left of the little windows where I and millions of Yahoo users enter our user names and passwords. She is one of a rotating cast of images that are supposed to say something about Yahoo, images of fun, perky people, whose presence is perhaps supposed to distract from the mundane act of typing your password for the umpteenth time each day.