Yup. Sounds about right. Also, high five Buzzfeed for sharing this advice that’s both universally true and free of social standards. Yes, she likes girls but it you don’t, it doesn’t make any of it less true.
When you are happy ‘The World’ sings. As do I. And apparently this band, The Family Crest.
Titled ‘Everything is NOT awesome’ as a piggyback off the popular Lego movie, this Green Peace video some how makes plastic building toys emotionally heart wrenching. As a global citizen, I care about the ice caps and have heard my whole life about how oil has been destroying them. I’ve seen images of the adorable animals literally on thin ice covered in oil. That said, I’m not a political person so I can’t really speak to this specific cause. But, in my opinion, Green Peace has definitely rose to new heights when it comes to tearing at your heart strings.
Taken by a travel flying through Frankfurt airport. Apparently, Germany’s landscape makes for the perfect desolate droid-filled future. But more importantly this fly-on-the-wall footage features live Star Wars set pieces in action!!!! As the Guardian notes,‘the farce is strong with this one.’
Loving this new(ish) song by Seinabo Sey. The video has a Bloody Mary meets Alice and Wonderland type thing happening. It works.
Stunning shots of a craftman making scissors, lacks commentary but beautiful nonetheless. As a kid, I hated metal scissors. They felt cheap and heavy next to the newer plastic handled ones. And they gave left-handed me the worst blisters. However, watching one of the last ‘makers’ of metal scissors at work makes me miss that mundane grade school tool that I so hated.
Every summer needs a soundtrack. This year this track by Alvvays titled ‘Adult Diversion’ will be mine.
The Tetris themes played on water glasses. Yes, apparently, there are still new ways to play.
Unfortunately, my dog isn’t nearly nerdy enough to pull this off, but just the mental image of her glaring at me from a Star Trek themed bed is completely hilarious to me.
How much do you know about Ramen? This much? Yes. No. I don’t know. I know it’s delicious and I will eat it always, everywhere I go. This video by PBS digital’s new channel FoodBuzz will school on the noodley mystery that is Ramen.