YouTuber who idolizes PewDiePie finally got to meet himand feed him ‘weird’ snacks

In the video, PewDiePie said that to meet him, all you have to do is call him out on YouTube (in Saiman Says case, his video begging for a meetup with PewDiePie was viewed more than 250,000 times). The problem, Saiman Says remarked, was that I never thought this would happen, so I dont have anything in mind. PewDiePie responded by saying, You said you would have snacks for me. Thats why Im here. Im only here for the snacks. So, the two then chowed down on Indian favorites like bhel, khakra, and Jeera soda. For the most part, PewDiePie enjoyed the unfamiliar flavors, but at one point, he said, It kind of feels like Ive been invited by my …

Time To Get Weird: Weekend Horoscopes April 26-28 Betches

As April winds down and May roars in, it’s time to consult the stars on whether you should cut your hair, ghost that dude, or go on a lunch date with your mom where you absolutely know she’ll question your taste in men and inability to settle down for the tenth time. It may be vague, but let’s interpret the planets’ alignment in a way that’s favorable for us to either treat ourselves or eat only green vegetables all weekend. Will you join a SoulCycle class and become queen of workouts? Is your boss FINALLY going to let you sit in on department head meetings without being a bitch about it? Or will you take up a really interesting new …

John Oliver takes a hilarious dive into the weird and wonderful world of Japanese mascots

If you’ve never heard the name Chiitan before, you sure have been missing out.  In his own words, the Japanese mascot is a “0-year-old fairy baby” who “plays around super actively every day!”  As John Oliver points out in his deep dive into the world of Japanese mascots, Chiitan is a “giant otter wearing a turtle as a hat,” who posts deeply entertaining videos of himself behaving in rather strange ways.  Words can’t really do justice to Chiitan’s power to entertain. Just watch the video and see for yourself.  Original Article : HERE ; The Ultimate Survival Food: The Lost Ways

Inside the Weird, and Booming, Industry of Online Influence

In the past 10 years, “sponcon,” the business of getting paid to promote a company via your social media, has spread pandemic-like. Sponsored content may be obnoxious (and even morally questionable at times), but it's plenty legal—as long as influencers cop to the fact that they're being paid. The Federal Trade Commission says that if influencers have received money, gifts, or anything else that could affect how users view their mention of a brand or product, they should disclose it prominently in the post. Few do. Unsurprisingly, the agency isn't actively monitoring individual influencers. And the short life of stories on Instagram and Snapchat means it's even easier for covert #ads to simply disappear. Welcome to the weird—and booming—industry of …

25 Times Tinder Went Full Weird And Pun Crazy

Stay safe out Tinderers. You never know who could be lurking behind that next right swipe. It could be an irreverent word-vomiting monster with the punny maturity of a bored child. These particular Tinder moments did not fail to deliver on the laughs. If you’re looking for more Tinder gems, check out this list of funny, sad, and just dumb moments from the app.  1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25