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On Wednesday, July 26, the "Real Housewives of New York" take us on the next segment of their contentious trip to Mexico.
The greatest Millennial love story is still being written. Michelle Arendas and Josh Avsec, the couple who flirted on Tinder for three years after matching, finally met. But this wasn't a standard "meet me for coffee" kind of thing- the two played a version of "The Dating Game" before meeting for the first time.
I've never understood children's toys that simulate the banality of adult life. I've seen toy vacuums, toy lawn mowers, and little kitchenettes. Why are we so interested in pretend chores as kids?
Mattel has taken things a step further with their newest Barbie playset. This Barbie comes with a cute little dog that winds up and walks on release. And better yet, every few steps it's drops out little brown tic tac shaped turds. How fun! They've really distilled the most joyous moments of dog-ownership, haven't they? The dog doesn't bark, or wag its little tail, or I don't know, lick Barbie's face when she gets home. It poops. Then Barbie uses her pooper-scooper to clean it up.
The greatest mysteries the world has ever seen appear obvious at first, but quite quickly become unsolvable riddles of twisting logic and double-speak. This video is one such mystery. On it's face, it is a video of a woman in full makeup getting a slug stuck on her face. Beyond this, there are no answers.
I, like many of you, was incredibly disappointed by the Discovery Channel's "Phelps vs. Shark: Great Gold vs. Great White." I, like you, questioned how it could happen in the first place and why barely a year into retirement Michael Phelps would risk his life for the often a let-down, #SharkWeek.
But, he didn't risk his life and he barely even came close to racing a shark. Internet backlash was so fierce after the "race" aired that the Discovery Channel issued a statement, "The show took smart science and technology to make the challenge more accessible and fun. All the promotion, interviews and the program itself made clear that the challenge wasn't a side by side race."
Summer is the season for live music. Everyone is on the road opening, headlining, and playing festivals with one another. This means we are bound to get some pretty epic collaborations and performances. One of the most impressive performances of this summer came during the Great Jones County Fair in Monticello, Iowa when Frankie Ballard joined Keith Urban onstage for a explosive cover of Georgia Satellites' 1986 hit, "Keep Your Hands to Yourself."