Maisie Williams plays kickass Arya Stark on “Game of Thrones,” but she also happens to have a little addiction to six-second video-making program Vine, too. In her latest, she reacts to the most recent episode of “GoT” — you know, the one where, like, SPOILER ALERT, a whole bunch of important characters died. Kind of a rough time, eh? [Vine]
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I haven’t thought much of Vine, Twitter’s six-second video app — until now. Fricking genius humanoid Ryan McHenry is behind the Vine meme “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal,” currently taking the internet by storm. I bow down to you, man. Click the Vine above to see it in action, and check out a few more after the jump. The rest of this series can be seen at the link! (Apparently, if you’re on Firefox, you can’t actually see these on our site. You’ll be able to see them at the link though. Site bug, blergh.) [Gosloving] Keep reading »
Dear Tori Spelling,
I try to ignore it whenever I see gossip stories about you. Why? Because you’re doin’ you and I’m doin’ me and what you do when you’re doin’ you is none of my biz. Usually this arrangement works just fine for you and me. But then yesterday, I got curious and watched a Vine video you posted on Twitter titled “This is how we sleep.”
It was a clever caption. It would engage even the most disinterested web surfer such as myself. I wish I never clicked on it. It made me feel deeply uncomfie, first and foremost, because I don’t want to see your husband naked in bed making sexy eyes at you. Ick. Weird. Then it pans to your sleeping dog and kids. Ok. Whatever. A lot of peeps sleep with their dogs and kids. I’m not judging.
The thing that made me regret watching your vid was the FUCKING CHICKEN IN YOUR BED. Tori, No. I know that you’ve been a celebrity your whole life, and you grew up with a warped sense of reality, but you must know that having a chicken in your bed is FUCKING GROSS. Keep reading »
Forget Instagram! Vine is the new social media hot spot. Six second videos from all your best digital friends? Sign me up. As long as they’re interesting, that is. As a general rule of thumb in social media, no one wants to see mundane posts about your Friday night viewing of “Bridesmaids” or a rundown of what you had for breakfast. And that’s no different with Vine—in fact, there’s even more to consider when sharing live-action shots. In Vine’s short life, I’ve already seen all types of overshares—from a fork-to-mouth video to a toothbrushing/flossing supercut. If you want to come off cool and savvy – and don’t want to scare away potential love interests, you who you might be interested in dating, shy away from these Vine faux-pas … Keep reading »