BY Amy Zimmerman in General on Mar 08, 2013 |
Nothing says TGIF like some interspecies canoodling, imported from Australia for your viewing pleasure.And if you just can't get enough, check out Fuck Yeah Interspecies Friendships. Love is blind, y'all.
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BY Amy Zimmerman in Music Stuff on Mar 01, 2013 |
These three “I Knew You Were Trouble” remixes cover the entire Internet meme gamut, from LOL to wut?!? We don’t really know what’s going on here…the Internet made us do it.Via BuzzFeed and Gawker
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BY Katrina Pallop in Feminizzle on Jan 09, 2013 |
If you've been following The Battle of the Fake Geek Girl at all, you probably already know who ALB is. Her flaming pink hair of righteousness has been all over the Web since her succinct video takedown of misogyny in the geek world,"Fake Geek Girls" debuted. IRL, ALB is Angelina, a Canadian illustrator and blogger. She was kind enough to answer a couple of my questions over the Web (for we are nothing if not women of our time). Here's some of what she has to ... Read More
BY Katrina Pallop in General on Dec 26, 2012 |
As we usher in the new year, let’s look back and reflect upon the most meaningful moments of 2012. And, because I’m a millennial and apparently it’s all I’m good for, let’s define “most meaningful moments” as “awesome Youtube clips”. More specifically, Youtube clips featuring adorable children covering pop songs.
The Youtube cover song is a tricky landing to stick, but this year was chock full of ... Read More
BY Charlotte Dow in General on Dec 14, 2012 |
You may not know JennaMarbles by name, but you’ve most likely seen her on your Facebook or Twitter feed at some point in the last two years. Jenna Mourey, known as JennaMarbles on YouTube, is one of the video-sharing site’s most watched content creators. With five million subscribers and counting, she is the most subscribed woman on YouTube. Her videos, featuring observational humor, alcohol, and appearances from her adorable dogs, consistently ... Read More
BY Brittany Houlihan in General on Dec 10, 2012 |
Last week, a video called “The Flip Side (Bar)” went viral, parodying male/female dynamics in the club scene. The video depicts men acting stereotypically female, and vice versa. I love the video for three reasons:1) It gives humorous insight into the experience of being the other sex in a place where you are expected to embody every possible gender stereotype in existence. It’s easy to lose track, in this video, ... Read More
BY Emma Orlow in General on Nov 21, 2012 |
There’s always that one friend in the group who has the hangout house. Sophomore clothing designer, Chrissie Miller’s is known as Club Chrissie. In the beginning of October, Chrissie turned her clubhouse into the site for her new Youtube web series under the same byline. Produced by Pharrell Williams, the series, which is a mix of Pee Wee’s Play House and a Martha Stewart episode, follows Chrissie as she spends lazy days with one of her ... Read More
BY Erika W. Smith in General on Nov 07, 2012 |
9-year-old starting quarterback Sam Gordon is the star of the Gremlin youth boys tackle football team. Sam’s stats: 1,911 rushing yards, 8.2 yards-per-carry, 25 touchdowns, 65 tackles. According to Sam’s dad, Brent Gordon, there were 172 kids who tried out for a Gremlin team, and Sam tested the fastest in every single speed and agility drill. There’s no doubt about it: Sam is a football star.
Oh, yeah. And Sam’s a girl.
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BY Amy Bucknam in General on Oct 12, 2012 |
“I’ve decided to tell you about my never ending story,” reads a card in Canadian teen Amanda Todd’s hand in a soundless black and white YouTube video.
I remember watching this video years ago, feeling a chill come over me as I read the words written by Amanda in black marker on the cards she holds up to the camera. Half her face is out of the shot, but as the story progresses, you can still see the overwhelming ... Read More
BY Intern Scarlet in General on Oct 05, 2012 |
LA-based mortician Caitlin Doughty, best known for her quirky YouTube series, "Ask A Mortician," recently released a video telling morbid children, "It gets better."For those not familiar with Doughty’s series "Ask A Mortician," get familiar. It’s awesome. Once a month Doughty answers fan’s questions about death and embalming with down-to-earth, matter-of-fact answers, and her own special brand of snarky humor and silly ... Read More