Image: Getty Images/Westend61 By Morgan Sung2018-08-13 23:59:14 UTC This is You Won’t Regret It, a new weekly column featuring recommendations, tips, and unsolicited advice from the Mashable culture team. Making playlists is a lot like journaling. I used to journal religiously — every night for almost ten years, I’d pick up a pen and fill dozens of notebooks with a recap of my day. I burned through almost 20 notebooks
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By Brian Koerber2018-07-30 23:48:22 UTC Sometimes good things really do last. Former president Barack Obama and vice president Joe Biden grabbed a quick and casual bite for lunch in Georgetown on Monday — and the libs were in love with the idea that the two still chill. Honestly, most people in D.C. were just looking for any form of distraction. According to the Washington Post, the two decided to have lunch
By Chloe Bryan2018-07-02 22:05:07 UTC [embedded content] During a recent trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain in California, YouTuber and skydiver Jeb Corliss took GoPro Fusion video of himself riding Goliath, a large and very fun-looking roller coaster that apparently reaches speeds of up to 85 miles per hour. (I have not ridden this roller coaster. I am jealous.) After the ride, Corliss stitched his footage together and stabilized it.
By Morgan Sung2018-06-18 23:16:30 UTC [embedded content] Last week, a hilariously creepy script made the rounds online. Writer and comedian Keaton Patti tweeted that he forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of Olive Garden commercials, and then asked it to write its own version. The script he posted had some funny gems like describing pasta nachos as “warm and defeated” and a character revealing her mouthful of “secret
Image: Olivier Douliery-Pool/Getty Images By Morgan Sung2018-06-05 00:39:25 UTC Trump’s tweet is just too easy to meme. In a heated tweet on Monday, the president claimed that he has “the absolute right to pardon” himself, which is a sentiment he claims has been “stated by numerous legal scholars.” He also clarified that he’s done “nothing wrong.” The tweet was quickly turned into a meme — after all, it sounds exactly
By Brian Koerber2018-06-04 22:54:05 UTC [embedded content] When a drone’s battery dies mid-flight, most models will slowly descend to safety instead of crashing. Unfortunately, that doesn’t really help if the drone is above a body of water when the battery goes. YouTuber DaveSvorking experienced this very scenario recently. But instead of witnessing his precious flying machine die a watery death, he jumped right into the lake — shoes and all.
Disclosure Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. By Morgan Sung2018-06-04 22:28:09 UTC Crayola is getting into the makeup game. Like Lunchables and Tamagotchis, Crayola’s 64 piece box of crayons was the envy of elementary school. If you walked into class with one of those, you were guaranteed to be one the
By Martha Tesema2018-05-27 21:16:48 UTC During Memorial Day Weekend, many people gathered in backyards to kick off cookout season across the country — but in Denver, some visited an unassuming backyard to witness an attempt to shatter the world record for tallest stack of waffles, which was previously at 51 cm. Journalist Elizabeth Hernandez was on the scene to cover the event for The Denver Post and thankfully, she live
Image: Getty Images For Entertainment Weekly By Martha Tesema2018-05-27 19:16:57 UTC Turns out, even years after Gossip Girl, Blake Lively has some secrets up her sleeve — and her husband, and Deadpool star, Ryan Reynolds doesn’t even know the half of it. Lively, who has been aggressively promoting her upcoming film A Simple Favor, tweeted a trailer that ends with the film’s tagline “what happened to Emily?” — which then
By Brian Koerber2018-05-14 22:52:08 UTC When the local police congratulate the entire class on their senior prank, you know they pulled off something great. The Cumberland High School class of 2018 in Wisconsin received props from the local police on Facebook on Monday after successfully pulling off an original and labor-intensive senior prank. A closeup of the Cumberland High School class of 2018’s senior prank. “It looked very, very real.