When Nicole Allen, a mother of a two-year-old from Dayton, Ohio, picked up a seemingly innocuous princess wand toy for her baby girl, she didn’t think much of its peculiar label “Evilstick.” But little did she know, the toy certainly lived up to its name. Upon closer inspection, Nicole found herself in shock after uncovering a disturbing image of a girl slitting her wrist hidden underneath its silver foil.
OK Go, Chicago’s alt rock quartet perhaps now better known for their eye-dazzling and seamles choreographies than the songs themselves, continues to live up to their stellar reputation as the maestros of viral videos in the latest music video for their upcoming single “I Won’t Let You Down.”
Sarah Elizabeth, a choreographer living with narcolepsy and cataplexy, initially set out to record herself practicing a Japanese dance sequence, but she ended up accidentally filming herself struggling to stay awake under the effect of her chronic sleeping disorder. Narcolepsy, what a bitch.
You certainly don’t need to be an automaniac to marvel at the cutting-edge technology of Tesla’s new Dual Motor Model S, the world’s fastest four-door sedan with all-wheel-drive, power acceleration of zero-to-sixty mph in three seconds and, oh yeah, a completely hand-free auto-pilot system.