We’ve seen the “Harlem Shake,” “Call Me Maybe,” “Gangnam Style,” and “What Does The Fox Say?” become viral dance crazes. Will “Cookie Dance” be next?
The new music video takes place at the home of “Chip Chocolate,” a rapper who “loves his batches…of cookies,” as he put it to TIME. While he takes a bath in milk wearing a giant chocolate chip cookie on a gold chain necklace, “sexy” Girl Scouts bake cookies on the kitchen counter, tossing around a white powder that we can only hope is flour. Guests are breakdancing all over the house until the cows come home (seriously, look out for the people in cow suits passed out by the pool).
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If Juicy J’s college scholarship can be applied to obedience school, then there’s a new frontrunner in the competition.
In this video sure to brighten your Friday, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi shows Miley Cyrus a thing or two about twerking, no Robin Thicke necessary. The internet’s favorite breed has a body built for rump shaking and luckily this pup’s parents don’t need a twerking tutorial and are willing to share their dog’s delightful dance moves with the world. Maybe next time Lily Allen should use an all-corgi backup dance revue for her videos?
The elite of Southern California indulge in all kinds of luxury activities, but this is perhaps the most puzzling.
Thanks to an intrepid Reddit user, we now know that a man in a yellow Lamborghini was blocking traffic because he had a bear in the passenger seat. Like, a straight-up, actual bear. The original poster, username everlonghesaid, didn’t specify where this all went down, but with the help of Google Maps a commenter identified the location as a street in Huntington Beach, California.
Then, because this is Reddit, a user named RandysWay popped up in the comments claiming it’s his bear and lambo, producing a picture of the car sitting in his garage. He claims a video of the whole fracas will hit the web shortly, though we maintain it’s just a clever way to get away with driving in the carpool lane.
A good “word of the year” will sum up our culture as it was during that particular orbit around the sun. Given that more and more tools are created every day that encourage us to focus on ourselves—to publicly share our opinions, our whereabouts, our calorie intakes, our playlists and our dogs’ mistakes—Oxford Dictionaries’ choice certainly seems to capture the zeitgeist: 2013 was a selfie year.
For those 9% of Americans who still don’t have a cell phone, this is how Oxford defines selfie:
(n.) a photograph that one has taken of oneself, typically with a smartphone or webcam and uploaded to a social media website.
Explaining why that word won the crown, Oxford editors note that usage of selfie has gone up 17,000% since this time last year. That’s according to their new word monitor, which scans web content and collects 150 million words each month. A dedicated…
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