You’ve made it to Friday again. Congrats! This week we learn what makes a teenage alter-ego go “Ew,” why a cat on a leash just does not work, why Facebook murders Snapchat, how to do “The Carlton” and how women can close the gender pay gap. Enjoy!
Jimmy Fallon and will.i.am Rap as Their Alter-Egos
Jimmy and will.i.am’s teenage-girl alter-egos (Sara and mir.i.am) rap about things they think are “Ew!”
Snapchat Murders Facebook
New York City filmmaker Casey Neistat decided to prove why the fuss over Snapchat is valid by doing a couple of experiments with a friend.
Simon the Cat Refuses to Dog
Cats should not be walked on leashes, and the this video of Simon the Cat is proof.
‘Carlton’ Does ‘The Carlton’
Alfonso Ribeiro finally gives America what it wants. Best known for his Fresh Prince of Belair character, Charlton, Ribeiro embraces the role that made him famous by doing his namesake dance on Dancing with the Stars.
Sarah Silverman Promotes Equal Pay
In an ad for the Equal Payback Project, comedian Sarah Silverman suggests that crowdfunding is the one way women can close the gender pay gap. Still, she decides the easiest way to be paid the same as a dude, is to, well, become a dude. This one is a bit NSFW, guys.