We all know Starbucks is an overpriced, overhyped bourgeoise haunt at best—though it doesn’t stop us from relishing a salted caramel mocha or peppermint hot chocolate. In this video, Jimmy Kimmel strikes again with an experiment in social psychology: he asks people which of two identical cups of non-premium coffee is Starbuck’s new fix. Hilarity ensues.
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If you’ve elected to grow out your tresses in honor of No Shave November, Rhett & Link’s “How to Kill a Mustache” shows you how to trim the hedges with panache—and with respect for thy manhood, of course. For those of us who wanted to assay the testosterone coursing through our feminine veins, however, taking a(…)
For his latest number “Scream & Shout”, will.i.am recruits (former) pop princess Britney Spears to create a tune that has a slick beat and killer “Gimme More” sample but not much else going on musically. Ah, such is the state of the music industry—but we give Britney props for looking good and will.i.am brownie points(…)
In a social climate that unconditionally values extroversion, Susan Cain’s book “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” is a breath of fresh air. For those frustrated by the aggressive trajectory that seems to precede mainstream success, Daniel Widfeldt Lomas has created an animated video series, based on Cain’s groundbreaking work, that(…)
By Pavithra Mohan A self-proclaimed “New Orleans Beauty Guru”, actress and makeup expert Brie Lybrand posted an uncharacteristically sobering video on her YouTube channel MyRedSolara last week, proclaiming the following: ”My father, Steven Bressler, molested, tortured, and raped me from the time I was four till I was thirteen years old.” This heartbreaking declaration is delivered(…)