The folks at Reality Check Documentaries took the trailer for Netflix's gritty drug-crime docuseries DOPE and made it into a clever parody for the "Tide Pods epidemic." It works a little too well, imo.
The official trailer for #TideDoc a documentary exploring the struggles and lives of pushers and the police in their never ending cat and mouse game.
Previously: Now there's Tide Pods sushi and, yes, it's edible
My only complaint is that it doesn’t end with “And introducing Baby Yoda as…THE CHILD!” Nothing has ever spoken to me like this 80’s version intro for #TheMandalorian. Nothing. 🔥🔥🔥 Thank you, Gareth Wood.#StarWars pic.twitter.com/atT7ZZNu6X — 🎙Albert The Man(uel)dalorian (@albertmpadilla) November 30, 2019
Given that by the time we see a new season of Stranger Things the kids will probably be in college, this will have to do! That’s ok because, as Steve Harrington says, “Hair is here!” In this week’s episode, Mike investigates a crime, while Nancy wonders about the gift Steve gave her.
The meme machinery has been working overtime riffing on the Obstructor-in-Chief’s latest cartoonish attempt to save himself, his hastily Sharpie’d “I want nothing” memo. First it was the above Ramones-like track. Then came the Morrissey version, courtesy of the awesomely Twitter-handled RuPaul Giamatti: .@pattonoswalt made a tweet that showed Trump’s handwritten notes and the caption […]
Weighted blankets are officially a thing. And if you’ve ever tried one, you know there’s a reason for the fuss. Parents have known for generations that swaddling a baby has a profound calming effect, and the gentle pressure that blanket weights provide can have the same effect on restless sleepers. Pretty much all parts of […]
Walk through any office, and you will likely spot a few bobbleheads. These wobbly figurines are great fun to have around, although most celebrate people we will never meet. For something a little more personal, try Handmade Custom Bobbleheads. These mini caricatures are sculpted and painted by skilled artisans, based on any photo you provide. […]
In the early days of the web, everyone wanted a .com domain for their site. As a result, all the good ones got snapped up. But .com no longer has the cachet it once did. In fact, many new businesses and individuals are opting for other top-level domain extensions. One of the most memorable is […]