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Youtube is a video sharing smorgasbord, full of beauty gurus, gaming videos, celebrity news and then a ton of weird shit. I call the grey area of the website “The weird part of Youtube,” and that grey area of the popular website is where you find videos you would’ve never thought you wanted to watch but can’t stop watching it. Videos in this grey area include: Speed Eating 100 peeps in a little over 2 minutes, How to look like Drake, and How to make you...
Ever find emojis too bland for your lifestyle? Graffiti artist Claw Money, also known as Claudia Gold, has your back. She’s been super involved in the graffiti art of '80s and '90s, which catapulted her into more creative positions, like fashion director of Swindle Magazine and head of her own clothing line.  Now she’s entering iPhone app territory with Hi-Art, her new line of emoji-like stickers. The app is free and has plenty of free stickers within the app, making it totally worth the download. The sticker categories...
The Fourth of July, or what I like to call, the holiday where I take a day off to eat BBQ, drink margaritas, and wear primary colors, is one of my favorite days of the year. It goes without saying that this is not because I feel inclined to celebrate a bunch of white guys in wigs and the beginning of colonial America. As a matter of fact, neither do I enjoy U.S. patriotism nor do I believe that this phrase provides any security to...
You know how straightwhiteboystexting.tumblr.com has become the perfect response to any and all Tinder creeps that demand nudes? Lily Allen has crafted the perfect equivalent to shutting down internet trolls. Her new video for the song “URL Badman” literally had me laughing out loud and totally clicking with her descriptions of these goons. Not to mention, the song is catchy as hell. Allen’s critique on the hypocrisy of internet hate is 100% clear and accurate, whereas the video “Hard Out Here” was met with much more confusion (racial objectification...
The 4th of July is right around the corner. Americans across the country are breaking out the barbecues, stocking up on red, white, and blue paraphernalia, and trying to find the best vantage point from which to view the fireworks. (I recommend finding a friend who lives in a tall apartment building and hanging out on their roof.)  Now, I love a celebration as much as anyone, but I think it’s important that we remember that, much though we’d like to deny it, oppression is still...
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