Celebrity

Is Rihanna Secretly Cosplaying Super Mario Characters Right in Front of Us?

Very clever, bad girl Riri. Today, a giddy Redditor said that his incredibly observant girlfriend had "discovered that Rihanna is systematically cosplaying as all the characters of Mario Party." Admittedly, the conceit seemed shaky at best. But then he provided proof: From Princess Peach and Princess Daisy to Toad and even Mario himself, a slew of photos seem to suggest that Rihanna—style icon and queen of fashion—has been trolling us this whole time. Take a look at the images above for confirmation, and then drop down to your knees and look to the sky and praise the genius powers of see more
Celebrity

McDonald's New Hipster Hamburglar Is a Lady-Killer, Apparently

The Hipster Hamburglar? As part of a marketing and branding revamp, McDonald's has given one of its iconic mascots—the Hamburglar—a makeover, reports Mashable. The character, who formerly had a more cartoonish appearance, has come back after an unexplained 13-year absence looking totally different. The new version now takes human form, is thinner, and has a more, well, hipster-y look, even sporting a trim beard (likely filled with poop germs). He also, nonsensically, is wearing a necktie over a striped Breton-esqe shirt paired with slim cargo pants and red high-top sneakers (with velcro fastenings?) that look kinda sorta like the see more
Design

We Found the New Sheets You've Been Meaning to Buy

If you're a fan of no-fuss, luxury bedding at a reasonable price, you've probably already heard of Parachute—a brand that launched a little over a year ago with Euro-inspired (i.e. no flat sheet) sets made of super fine Egyptian Cotton. Now, in addition to it's four original colors—white, slate, ash, and powder blue—Parachute has added navy. A full set in the classic shade starts at $269. The color (which is available across all products in both percale and sateen) is a great spring neutral—and an unexpected, crisp antidote to going for lighter shades in the warm months. see more

Another Dress-Shoe Brand Is Getting Into the Sneaker Business

At this point, we shouldn't be surprised that another shoe brand known for its handcrafted dress shoes and boots would get into the sneaker business. And like Tom Ford and Church's before it, To Boot New York is doing just that. see more
Celebrity

Joss Whedon Says He Didn't Quit Twitter Because of a Feminist Backlash

Joss Whedon has had a banner year so far, with the massively successful release of his comic-book blockbuster sequel The Avengers: Age of Ultron already under his belt. And yet earlier this week, the influential and popular director/screenwriter/producer/author/composer/actor up and deleted his Twitter account, seemingly out of the blue. What gives? While it was believed that this self-exile was because of criticism of his film—particularly, the alleged sexist undertones built in to the character Black Widow (played by Scarlett Johansson)—the reason, it turns out, is far simpler: ""I just thought, Wait a minute, if I'm going to start writing see more
Movies + TV

A New Indiana Jones Movie Is in the Works, Chris Pratt Already Cast by Fans

Just when you thought Hollywood had run out of movies to remake, reboot, and reimagine, Lucasfilm announced it's working on a new Indiana Jones. see more
Fashion

100 Days of Summer: Minimalist Running Sneakers Made in the USA

There are 100 days between March 12 and June 21, the official beginning of our favorite season. So every day between now and then, we'll be highlighting the products, places, and experiences we can't wait to use, visit, and have once summer rolls around. Days left: 46 Victory Sportswear was founded in the early 1980s with a desire to create stylish footwear for marathon runners that also delivered on the performance front. The brand got a reboot in 2013, releasing a tightly edited collection of slightly retro, high-functioning running shoes. The brand's commitment to craftsmanship, aesthetics, and domestic production has see more

Homophobic Woman Literally Suing All of the Gays

Well, this is ambitious. Nebraska resident Sylvia Ann Driskell has filed a lawsuit against literally all of the gays. In it, she doesn't ask for monetary damages or file charges that would put anyone behind bars. Instead, she simply asks for the court to rule, once and for all, whether dudes loving dudes and ladies marrying other ladies "is a sin, or not a sin." see more
Movies + TV

Rihanna's Met Gala Gown Gets Its Own Infomercial

There's nothing like the annual Met Gala to provide comedians with fodder for fashion jokes, and, as Jimmy Kimmel proved last night, this year's event was no different. Besides Sarah Jessica Parker and her "Heatmiser" headdress, the most outrageously attired attendee was definitely Rihanna, whose enormous fur-trimmed yellow gown looked pretty much like a bedspread to Kimmel (and possibly to you, too). The other crazy thing about Rihanna's gown, the host pointed out, is that it took a full two years to make. So instead of wasting all that time on a dress that was going to be worn see more
Movies + TV

"12 Angry Men Inside Amy Schumer" Is the Most Brilliant Thing You'll See Today

The unflinching brand of feminism Amy Schumer dispenses on her TV show might be most effective when she's not even on screen. see more
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