Katy Perry’s new track ‘Bon Appétit’ is just a nice song about food

Katy Perry’s new track ‘Bon Appétit’ is just a nice song about food

Pop music these days is saturated with songs about sex and debauchery, so it’s refreshing that Katy Perry’s new track “Bon Appétit” is just about nice food. SEE ALSO: Katy Perry just found out that her new haircut makes her look like Guy Fieri Here, take these lyrics from the third verse as an example: “Hope you’ve got some room,For the world’s best cherry pie/Gonna hit that sweet tooth, boy” Everyone likes cherry pie, don’t they? It’s universal. It’s nice that Perry’s decided to break the mould and just write…

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This toddler is cooking up a delicious storm on her YouTube show

This toddler is cooking up a delicious storm on her YouTube show

Caution: This is going to make you hungry. While you struggle to fry an egg, two-year-old Mazzy is helping out in the kitchen making an array of Asian treats, from Thai desserts to Chinese BBQ pork buns. SEE ALSO: Woman makes incredible meals using only random office equipment Watch her cooking and stirring her way through “The Mazzy Show” with the help of her parents, who decided to start the channel as a way to bond with the little one. Image: the mazzy show/youtube Her father Alex, who hails from…

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YouTuber faces jail time for his movie parodies, as angry studios say his videos hurt sales

YouTuber faces jail time for his movie parodies, as angry studios say his videos hurt sales

A popular Taiwan-based YouTuber, famous for his movie recap videos, is facing a lawsuit against local studios, which are accusing him of copyright infringement.  Chung Wei-ding, more famously known as AmoGood (谷阿莫), makes videos of big screen films, where he often humourously summarises their plot with quick-speaking voiceover. SEE ALSO: How one little screenshot drove YouTube to the brink He’s done parodies of local films, as well as Hollywood blockbusters like 50 Shades of Grey and Guardians of the Galaxy. This one, in his typical style, is titled “Watch Guardians…

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Trump thought being president would be easier than being a reality star businessman

Trump thought being president would be easier than being a reality star businessman

Donald Trump is 100 days into his job, which is arguably one of the most duty-filled, challenging, and nerve-wracking posts in the world.  SEE ALSO: Once again, Trump makes one of his old tweets ‘fake news’ Still, in an interview with Reuters, an unusually reflective Trump admitted he had the wrong idea of what the U.S. president’s office entails.  “I loved my previous life. I had so many things going,” he said. “This is more work than in my previous life. I thought it would be easier.” Let’s dissect this…

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Man photobombs live TV interview with spectacular Dr. Evil impression

Man photobombs live TV interview with spectacular Dr. Evil impression

Everyone appreciates a well-timed photobomb. Whether it’s a smiling horse, a shirtless Justin Trudeau, or even her Majesty the Queen, photobombs are the highest, purest form of internet currency. SEE ALSO: David Beckham Photobombs Londoners for Adidas Take the man below, for instance. During an interview between Pierre McGuire and Mike Sullivan at Thursday’s Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals game, he found himself centre of the frame. Rather than quietly ignoring the camera or edging out of shot, though, he decided to do this: The guy in the first row…

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Apple shares photos and video of its fancy new store in Dubai

Apple shares photos and video of its fancy new store in Dubai

On Thursday, Apple officially opened its brand new retail store in Dubai’s Dubai Mall.  While plenty of photos of the unopened store surfaced on social media, Apple has now shared some official photos, and a video, from the grand opening.  SEE ALSO: Apple finally made these apps free for all users Unsurprisingly, the location is beautiful and the store features a number of interesting technical solutions, including the 37.5-foot-high motorized “solar wings,” which cool the store when the sun is hot and open up in the evening when the air…

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This dad makes the most amazing Disney princess costumes for his daughter

This dad makes the most amazing Disney princess costumes for his daughter

This is one dad that’s definitely making his daughter’s fairytale dreams come true. Nephi Garcia, a father of three, is snipping and sewing his way to Instagram stardom, with incredible Disney costumes he makes for his kids. SEE ALSO: What Happens to Disney Princesses After ‘Happily Ever After’? From Belle to Snow White, he’s pretty much got them all covered. Image: designerdaddy/instagram A post shared by Nephi Garcia (@designerdaddy_) on Jan 29, 2017 at 8:17pm PST His dresses don’t just look incredible, they actually transform. Check out his version of…

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Behold, the boring machine for Elon Musk’s Boring Company

Behold, the boring machine for Elon Musk’s Boring Company

There will be a time in the future when everyone will be sick of “boring” puns in relation to Elon Musk’s new Boring Company. Alas, that time has not come yet.  And how can you blame us, when what appears to be a huge boring machine just appeared in SpaceX’s back yard with a big “The Boring Company” sign on it? SEE ALSO: Elon Musk teases ‘Model Y,’ says it’s coming in a few years Multiple photos of the machine appeared on social media Thursday, and though Musk himself remained…

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Here’s why police were able to illegally access the call logs of a journalist

Here’s why police were able to illegally access the call logs of a journalist

It shouldn’t come as a surprise that allowing for a privacy invasion might just result in one’s privacy…being invaded. On Friday, Australian Federal Police (AFP) commissioner Andrew Colvin admitted that an investigator had accessed the call logs of a journalist without getting a warrant first.  The country’s Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Act requires authorities to seek a Journalist Information Warrant before accessing records. Colvin told reporters the breach was a result of “human error.”  SEE ALSO: Your phone’s fingerprint scanner might not be as secure as you thought “It should…

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The Dvorak Keyboard Controversy / Chasing QWERTY

The Dvorak Keyboard Controversy / Chasing QWERTY

When I was first learning to type, many years ago, I asked the same question everyone else asks: why are the keys arranged so stupidly? Why aren’t they laid out in a more logical order, as in, just to take one random example, alphabetically? The answer I’ve heard countless times is that the first typewriter keyboards were arranged alphabetically, but that caused mechanical problems—once typists became reasonably proficient, the keys jammed frequently because the hammers corresponding to certain frequently used letter sequences were too close together. As a result, so…

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