first things first.
People covering pop songs as trap songs is the best thing I have seen on the internet this whole year probably. This guy doing Bohemian Rhapsody?? I died.
Panic! At the Sysco
This probably didn't happen this week but I just saw it so it counts. Anyways, Panic! At the Disco, every 24 year olds lingering guilty pleasure, teamed up with Sisqo to create "Panic! at the Sysco" (insert eye roll emoji) and do this version of the Thong Song, arguably a classic.
What childrens nightmares are made of
Prepare to be terrified but also kind of intrigued by these pieces of jewelry made out of dismembered Barbies. I'm only mad that I didn't think of this idea first because I spent a good 2 years ripping Barbie's arms off. Also will someone please buy me a Ken-ass bracelet?
New Music Alert
Virginia Beach native JBdaPilot teams up with Phil Ade on a new song and it's actually fire. Not that it wouldn't be, JB consistently puts out good music. Not just saying that to promote a friend but because my musical opinion is very important and means a lot. So go to his SoundCloud and listen to him so when he becomes famous you can be like "omg everyone likes JBDaPilot now but I liked him 4 years ago."
Who marries Who (or whom??)
Bloomberg created this interactive chart that shows who you're most likely to marry based on both of your careers. It's super interesting when you spend some time on it. Apparently men in high leadership roles tend to marry women less successful than them, but women in leadership roles tend to marry up or marry someone at the same level in their career. Also apparently airline pilots have an affinity to marrying elementary and middle school teachers???
At the movies
If you saw The Witch, and didn't think it was good or scary enough, first I am very dissappointed that you were unable to see past the screen and really comprehend the premise of a scary movie such as this. But that's just be being judgmental about your taste in movies. For me, it's putting myself in the characters shoes that really tells whether or not that movie is scary. No spoilers, but just imagine living in the 1700's, being an extreme devout christian and thinking that you needed to spend your life repenting or else you will be damned to hell. Ok anyways. I will step off of my soap box and let you read this article by the New Yorker which sums up most of my sentiments very well.
If you haven't even heard of The Witch, here is the trailer. It's a good movie whether you define it as horror or not.
And lastly I'll leave you with today's New Yorker Cartoon following last night's GOP debate. It's always fun seeing grown-ass men acting like children :)
“You’re the one who said, ‘Let them watch the debates, it will be educational.’ ”
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