Reading While Eating for March 16: Chatroulette Proposal and Baby Elephants in a Kiddie Pool

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A young boxer sits during the Wai Khru Muay Thai Ceremony in Ayutthaya province, 80 km (50 miles) north of Bangkok March 15, 2011.

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Wednesday’s links explain social media and offer some cheaper bridal options.

Plant-Bottled Pop: The latest thing in eco-friendly soda: Pepsi’s new bottle is made entirely of recycled materials. Watch out Coke, it looks like you’ve just been one-upped. (Consumerist)

Zoo Cuteness: The internet reserves many of its “aww moments” for baby kittens, but these elephants taking a bath could give any feline fuzz ball a run for their money. (Urlesque)

Runaway Returned: A British woman presumed dead has been located 57 years after she ran away from home. (Yahoo News)

Bargain Bridal: The average U.S. couple spends $27,000 on their wedding. Now, discount superstore Costco is offering a much cheaper wedding dress to cut the costs. (ABC News)

Inside a Nuclear Reactor: Still unsure what the four blasts from Fukushima-Daiichi plant entail? Take a look inside some of the world’s nuclear reactor plants. (LIFE)

Social Media Explained: The Internet can feel like a scary world of social networks. At least it can be explained in the simplest of terms. (BuzzFeed)

Sad for The Situation: You know who’s the bottom of the bottom? A certain Jersey Shore star Rebecca Black is tweeting that she pities. (Daily What)

Must See: Just when you thought nothing good could come out of Chatroulette, here is this love song turned marriage proposal. Too good to be….not staged? (YouTube Trends)