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Find Out Who Was “Miss World” the Year You Were Born

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The idea of what’s attractive has changed significantly since 1951, the year when the first “Miss World” competition was held. We are fairly certain that our mothers wouldn’t believe what fashion idols we would end up admiring today, and we have absolutely no idea how the beauty standards will change by the year 2050. But in this article, you can find out what was considered beautiful the year you were born.

Bright Side encourages you to take a look at the list of beautiful women who have won the “Miss World” title up until 2018. You should be able to check your date of birth and the year your child was born.

1951

1952

May-Louise Flodin, Sweden

1953

1954

1955

Carmen Susana Duijm Zubillaga, Venezuela

1956

Petra Schürmann-Freund, West Germany

1957

1958

Penelope Anne Coelen, South Africa

1959

Corine Spier-Rottschäfer, The Netherlands

1960

Norma Gladys Cappagli, Argentina

1961

Rosemarie Frankland, Great Britain

1962

Catharina Johanna “Rina” Lodders, The Netherlands

1963

Carole Joan Crawford, Jamaica

1964

Ann Sidney, Great Britain

1965

Lesley Langley, Great Britain

1966

Reita Faria Powell, India

1967

Madeline Hartog-Bel, Peru

1968

Penelope Anne Coelen, Australia

1969

Eva Reuber-Staier, Austria

1970

1971

Lúcia Tavares Petterle, Brazil

1972

1973

1974

Anneline Kriel from South Africa took the title from Helen Morgan who couldn’t take on the responsibilities of the winner.

1975

Wilnelia Merced, Puerto Rico

1976

Cindy Breakspeare, Jamaica

1977

1978

Silvana Suárez, Argentina

1979

1980

Gabriella Brum from Germany resigned from the title 18 hours after the end of the competition.

Kimberley Santos from Guam received the crown from Gabriella Brum.

1981

1982

Mariasela Álvarez, Dominican Republic

1983

Sarah-Jane Hutt, Great Britain

1984

Astrid Carolina Herrera, Venezuela

1985

Hólmfríður Karlsdóttir, Iceland

1986

Giselle Laronde, Trinidad and Tobago

1987

Ulla Weigerstorfer, Austria

1988

Linda Pétursdóttir, Iceland

1989

1990

1991

1992

Julia Kourotchkina, Russia

1993

1994

1995

Jacqueline Aguilera, Venezuela

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

María Julia Mantilla, Peru

2005

Unnur Birna Vilhjálmsdóttir, Iceland

2006

Taťána Kuchařová, Czech Republic

2007

2008

2009

Kaiane Aldorino, Gibraltar

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

Rolene Strauss, South Africa

2015

2016

Stephanie Del Valle, Puerto Rico

2017

2018

So, what’s your impression? Where you able to notice which country had the most winners?

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DoorDash finally released more details about its new tipping policy

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A month after food delivery app DoorDash said it would change its controversial tipping policy, the company released more details about the planned changes — but there are still a lot of unanswered questions.

In a company blog post on Thursday, DoorDash CEO Tony Xu gave a timeline and more details about when and how the company will change its pay model to stop effectively pocketing workers’ tips.

The announcement comes a few days after Recode first reported that the company had continued to pocket drivers’ tips despite promising drivers nearly a month ago that it would share more details on changes “in the coming days.”

In the post Thursday, Xu defended DoorDash’s original tipping policy — saying that in many cases the company boosted drivers’ pay when customers gave little or no tip. But the CEO also acknowledged that DoorDash’s model had “the unintended effect of making some customers feel like their tips didn’t matter.”

Many drivers have voiced outrage over the tipping policy, which is still in place for most workers.

“They’re still stealing tips,” DoorDash delivery person Dawnielle Turner recently told Recode. “I don’t think [the company] understands how many people rely on this as a primary source of income.”

As part of its new pay model, DoorDash said it will increase minimum base pay (from $1 to $2) and will offer more performance-based bonus options to its drivers.

There are still unanswered questions about what DoorDash’s pay policy changes will mean for workers. DoorDash did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Here’s what we don’t know yet:

  • How exactly the pay model will change. The company says that its new pay model will result in higher average earnings for drivers, and that it will use a third party to verify that. That’s a good first step toward greater pay transparency, according to Sage Wilson, an organizer for labor advocacy group Working Washington.

But DoorDash still won’t give its drivers a breakdown with a tip amount for how much they will make for each delivery when they first accept an offer. Only once a job is done will drivers see how much they’ve been tipped. That means that drivers have to trust that the company isn’t factoring in a customer’s tip when it quotes them on base pay. To help clear this up, drivers have called for the company to disclose exactly how much it pays workers for distance travelled and time spent making deliveries. Competing delivery apps like Postmates and UberEats do this already, according to Wilson.

  • The date when these changes will become effective. The company said it will roll out the pay changes to all drivers next month, and it already starting to test the new model — but there’s still no exact date when it will be official. Considering the company has been slow to make changes at the same time that it has closed major acquisition deals and a new round of funding, workers have expressed frustration over the company’s opaque timelines when it comes to worker pay.
  • If it will provide back pay to its drivers. Many drivers have argued that they’re owed for the tips that DoorDash might have directed toward base pay in the past. When Instacart made similar changes to its tipping policy earlier this year, it retroactively compensated workers.

Overall, DoorDash’s announcement represents a win for drivers, labor advocates, and customers who have continued to pressure the company to change its pay practices. But it’s too early to say for sure if these changes will end up universally helping drivers.

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Digital Trends Live – 7.10.19 – Nintendo Switch Lite Confirmed + India May Ban Cryptocurrencies

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On today’s episode: Nintendo officially announced the much rumored Switch Lite; WarnerMedia makes HBO Max official, launching with Friends in 2020; India to ban cryptocurrencies – could impact Facebook’s Libra; team sets out to topple the land speed record; Overtock.com President joins to talk about their new A.R. feature; The best CPUs and GPUs on the market; Passwords vulnerability discussion with Keeper Security CEO; If you make a ton of PPT decks, you likely need a CMS – Shufflrr has you covered; Gaming Editor Felicia Miranda takes the cover off the Switch Lite and the best Prime Day deals to watch out for.

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25 Users Showed How Different Instagram Is From Reality, and It Can Make You Way More Confident

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According to the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH), Instagram is the most harmful social media for psychological health. Every day, we are disappointed when we start comparing our lives to the photos online without even thinking about how these perfect pictures were created. Fortunately, there are users who are ready to reveal what their lives look like without photoshop and filters.

Bright Side is happy to show the photos that will not only give you confidence, but will also improve your mood.

Before and after taken about 30 seconds apart

Nobody looks good in the morning.

Everything depends on the angle.

Trash looks bad no matter where it is.

“I love taking photos on the beach.”

It’s not just bodies and faces that get tune-ups on Instagram. The locals would be amazed to see the photo on the left.

Each successful photo actually means there were hundreds of failed attempts.

The photos I share vs The photos I’m tagged in

A black eye given by a unicorn

It appears that the rainbow is fake.

This is what’s behind a perfect life.

It’s always like this.

If people posted their real photos from the gym

10 minutes after cleaning and 10 hours later

Mud baths are attractive.

Behind the stage of perfect photo

Just imagine what the process looked like.

On hot days, you really need water-resistant makeup.

Before the party / after the party

When you are too hungry to arrange the food in a beautiful way:

This is the same girl.

There is something wrong with this photo.

Some people look like aliens in their photos.

It should be prohibited to tag people in photos.

Instagram vs Real-life motherhood

Do you prefer to post real or idealized photos?

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