So maybe you’ve heard about Sweden’s weird Twitter experiment, wherein they’re allowing perfectly average Swedish citizens to take over the country’s Twitter account for a week at a time. The nation’s current national Twitterer is a woman named Sonja, who seems mildly obsessed with Hitler and Jews and “The Little Mermaid.” Don’t believe us? Check out this Tweet…
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Well, well, well. Look who it is. Colin Powell, former Secretary of State under President George W. Bush, was on CBS this morning and added himself to the pantheon of “Call Me Maybe” covers. Technically it’s not a cover — he just sings a few bars with Gayle King — but its still clear the man knows his Carly Rae Jepsen from his Demi Lovato. Who knew? [Popdust]
So Andrew WK is pretty much the best dude. While I’m not a fan of his music — which consists largely of rock songs about partying – I can say with absolute certainty that he is genuinely as kind, smart, sweet and enthusiastic as one might hope their favorite Rock Star Who Sings Primarily About Partying might be. It comes as no surprise that Mr. WK would be totally into anything to do with fun, partying and generally having a good time. So of course he’s hosting a panel at this year’s My Little Pony conference.
Which is a real thing.
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I’m currently in mourning for “Game of Thrones,” so this faux “Missing” poster is making me really happy. (Speaking of “GoT,” check out an awesome compilation of Tyrion Lannister’s best lines from season two after the jump!) Keep reading »
I’m pretty sure that the best thing to come out of the nation’s obsession with mommy porn series 50 Shades of Grey is this video of Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb fondling ben wa balls on “The Today Show.” Ben Wa balls, of course, are shoved up inside your vagina to stimulate and encourage greater orgasms. I wonder if Kathie Lee took a set home…
Seriously, NME, aren’t you a widely regarded music magazine? How can you not tell the difference between Fiona Apple and Alanis Morissette? Aren’t you stuck in the ’90s anyway? Ugh. [Facebook via The Clearly Dope]