Miss Piggy slammed Kermit with that savagery: "You used to be a star... now you're just a tea-sipping, glorified meme"
The Muppets proved they can thrive just about anywhere, whether it’s out in space or the mean streets of Manhattan. But what happens when they’re put them on a stage and forced to duke it out using the power of rhymes?
Simple: You get the only rap battle that matters.
You too can get banned from a Walmart!
Remember a few weeks ago, when a woman was banned from a Walmart store for life after she was caught riding around the parking lot in an electric scooter drinking wine out of a Pringles cup? No? Well, that's pretty much all you need to know about that story to understand why Pringles tumblers are now available on Etsy.
Sold by The Cup Artist on Etsy, these 20-ounce tumblers are wrapped in a Pringles logo, and can be ordered in the Original red design, an Original blue starburst design, Ranch, or Sea Salt and Vinegar. Sadly, no chips are included in the order.
Pringles Wine Tumbler
Polar Vortex, You Are Very Cold. I hope my Tune does Warm You, or Make You Exit.
The Polar Vortex is brutal but science is fun. Saw a few of these in my feed today.
Imagine waking up after a nap to find out people—like, a lot of people—watched you sleep? That’s what happened to a Twitch streamer. Before you mention the creepiness of the situation, the whole thing was actually pretty nice, since fans kept donating and commenting on the video. You can watch a clip of the stream below.
As Mashable notes, there were 200 people watching as he slept, even after that whole time. As creepy as it might sound, the situation is actually pretty cool. First of all, it shows he’s popular enough that people are willing to wait for him to wake up and go back to streaming the game. However, there’s something even better: Fans kept interacting in the chat while he slept. They weren’t only posting comments and wondering what had happening, but also kept sending donations. That’s a pretty cool sight to wake up to, isn’t it? He thought so, and you can watch his reaction in a clip below, that shows the moment he wakes up and sees what has been going on in the livestream.
There’s nothing worse than opening up your Netflix account to find a blacked-out screen with the caption: “Too many people are using the account.”
Suddenly, your mind sifts through a mental Rolodex of every person you’ve ever known who may have obtained your password. But sometimes, instead of tracking down the culprits, it’s easier to simply boot them from your account, once and for all.
The folks over at Wired have put together a handy guide to kicking digital freeloaders from a number of streaming accounts. We’ve also gone ahead and added other necessary sites and social media outlets, so you’ll never have to deal with usage issues again:
On the Netflix home screen, navigate to “Account” on the top right. Next to “Settings,” select “Sign out of all devices.” You’ll receive a prompt that asks you to confirm whether you want to sign out. Once you’ve confirmed, this process may take up to eight hours before every device is fully signed out. In the meantime, sign back in, change your password under “Account.” Your account is yours once again and moochers will need the new password to log in. If you also want to view streaming activity, next to “Settings,” click “Recent Device Streaming Activity.” This will tell you when your account has been used and from where (so you can make some informed guesses about other users on your account).
From the home page, select your user name at the top right and a dropdown will appear. Select “Account.” Under “Privacy and Settings,” select “Protect Your Account.” You’ll receive a prompt to confirm whether you’d like to sign out of all devices. From here, sign back in, select “Account” again, and scroll down to find the option to change your password.
From the homepage, select “Profile” followed by “Account.” You’ll be taken to an “Account overview” page. Scroll down and select “Sign out everywhere.” You’ll immediately be signed out. Sign in again, go back to “Account,” and select “Change Password.”
From the Prime Video home page, select the “Menu” dropdown on the upper right-hand corner, followed by “Settings.” Select “Your Devices” and here you’ll find any device connected to Prime Video. Go ahead and select “Deregister” on any device you’re ready to kick out.
From a mobile device, on your profile, click the wheel next to “Edit Profile.” Select “Password” and enter your current password and new password. Once you save, it should automatically kick any existing device out of your account.
From the home page, click the dropdown arrow on the top right and select “Settings.” Select “Security and Login” on the left and scroll down to “Where You’ve Logged in” to view all the devices that have connected to your account. If you want to disconnect a specific device, select the three dots on the right and click on “Not You?” to secure your account. If you want to log out of all devices, select “Log Out Of All Sessions,” which will require all users to log in again. From the “Security and Login” page, scroll down to “Login” and next to “Change Password,” select “Edit.”
Have you listened to twenty one pilots' "Chlorine" and wondered who was offering up the mysterious introduction? Well, it looks like you're not alone.
Leave it to reddit to unearth exactly who spews, "So where are you?/It's been a little while."
Recently, Paul Meany of Mutemath revealed on his story that he is the voice at the beginning of "Chlorine," as shared by user iiDev.
Mutemath supported twenty one pilots on the Emotional Roadshow world tour's summer 2016 leg. , Meany was then included in Trench's production following the tour's conclusion.
Meany continued to spill details on his role with the album on Instagram live, using some choice analogies to explain the creative process that went into the album.
"The first song we worked on was 'Jumpsuit.' and then what turned into three songs, then four, then five,â Meany says. "Tyler finally called me in the spring of last year and was like, 'Man, let's just do all 14 like this.' I was elated. I was so excited."
Could Panic! At The Disco be headed to Broadway or were they just gifted the best possible fan art?
‘But was the cheese sandwich any good?’ – The best viewer reactions to Netflix’s Fyre Festival documentary
But was the cheese sandwich any good?
Thought you knew all there was to know about Fyre Festival, the calamitous, influencer-led fuck-up that left hundreds stranded on an island in the Bahamas in 2017? You ain’t seen nothing yet. This weekend saw the release of Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened on Netflix, a tell-all documentary digging into the development and subsequent implosion of Fyre Festival. And it’s one hell of a ride.
From botched deliveries to full-on fraud, the story of Fyre Festival goes a whole lot deeper than just some bloggers getting stitched up. Unsurprisingly, the film has elicited some fevered social media reactions.
This calm, knitwear-loving fella seems to be the only sane person in the whole doc, at times. Drafted in to help turn the festival from promo video to actual real event (or try, anyway), his quips have captured the hearts and minds of more than a few viewers.
Oral fixationsAlmost definitely the wildest part of the whole documentary comes when one of the festival’s team is drafted in to “take one for the team”. Wondering what that means? Well, festival founder Billy McFarland had ordered a festival’s worth of water to be delivered to the Bahamian island he was looking to host Fyre Festival on. Only, he hadn’t factored in customs charges. And it got held up at customs.
His solution? Send a partner to offer a sexual favour to the customs officials, in exchange for the release of the water. AND HE ALMOST DID IT. This is, apparently, real life. No, seriously. This happened.
The Run The Jewels rapper doesn't have all the answers, but he's asking some pretty damn good questions
If you’re a fan of Killer Mike’s music, you’re aware of his politics. It’s an integral part of who he is and one of the main reasons he soared to popularity alongside other Atlanta-based rappers Outkast. It’s also why Run the Jewels, his project with rapper El-P, has become such a huge success. They’ve managed to find the perfect balance between anthemic heavy bass-lines with lyrics that make you stop and pay attention. (MORE HERE)