“Narcissists are not identified in a vacuum; the person you label a narcissist is usually someone who’s close to you, or a member of a tribe that you have been culturally encouraged or professionally incentivized to dislike.” In other words, calling someone else a narcissist may make you one. (I know you are, but what am I?)

+ FiveThirtyEight takes science questions from toddlers and then answers them for adults. So let’s do this: How much space does a fart take in your body?

+ Quartz: Why every newborn you see on Facebook is wrapped in the same baby blanket.

+ A police officer smashed through the window of a hot car to rescue a child. Only then did he realize it was actually a doll. (If it was an American Girl doll, his response was totally appropriate.)