It can’t be ignored anymore: Christmas is almost here and it’s time to settle down …to dedicate yourself to our unique American celebration of the day, in which religious feeling and buying things become one. In this weekof-Touch Adulte The guide is all Christmas time, with gifts from TikTok, explosive glitter bombs and a new holiday classic. But not the PlayStation 5. These things are exhausted.
TikTok Trend of the Week: “Hot girl sh * t”
“Hot Girl Shit” is the Christmas present we all needed. The TikTok trend appeared with the great Megan Thee Stallion, who famously said: “I can’t talk now, I’m doing hot girl shit”, in her song “Girls in the Hood”. However, TikTok videos that receive all the plays and shares show their subjects doing the complete opposite of what you might imagine as “hot girl shit.”
Like check out Riley Isaac is shaving, Singer “All About that Bass” Meghan Trainor checks her glucose level, Yoleenda Dong is brushing her device, and Justina Valentine washing her dog’s ass. Not only is it a perfect joke structure, but the subversion of the traditional gender roles of this hashtag adds about a million internet points. Spend the holidays watching these videos.
This week in music: the biggest battle front of the Christmas war
The Christmas war is heating up this time every year on the bloody line of Billboard popular music charts, in which normal songs fight crusty holiday toys for total streaming supremacy. This week, Billboard’s top spot belongs to the perennial Christmas warrior, Mariah Carey, whose “All I Want for Christmas is You” worm is number one with a bullet.
Number two, though, is the wonderful 24kGoldn “Mood,” a non-Christmas song that’s actually good. Number three in the charts is a scratch; for some reason, Brenda Lee’s “Rockin ‘Around the Christmas Tree” is the third most popular song in the country right now. Of all the Christmas songs, this one?
Close to Lee’s heels, however, is Ariana Grande’s “Position,” another non-holiday song. Completing the first five, another really horrible Christmas song, “Jingle Bell Rock” by Bobby Helms – don’t people know that there is a whole Motown Christmas album that you can broadcast? I look forward to the inevitable victory of secular music on December 26th.
Viral Video of the Week: Glittering Bombs Vs. pirate porch
People love YouTube engineer Mark Rober’s holiday videos. His the third annual holiday bomb video – where he builds incredibly elaborate glitter bombs, disguises them as expensive gifts, then leaves them on the porch to be stolen – was watched over eight millions of times on the first day online.
While I appreciate the over-engineering of packages – they, feature a custom circuit board that controls four spray-fart canisters, a massive release of biodegradable glitter, flashing lights and sirens, “Home Alone” sound clips and four iPhones to record from all angles …and the victim’s reactions are hilarious, the overall exercise is worrying. Sure, people shouldn’t steal packages, but the number of videos that contain children in them really makes you think Why People steal Christmas presents for a start – it’s hard there now.
I am a bleeding heart, but maybe publicly humiliated anybody is it bad even if it steals packages? I say I have mixed feelings. But you do and let us know what you think in the comments.
This week on TV: Jingle Jangle: A Christmas trip
You want to watch a good Christmas movie with your child, don’t you? But with so much Christmas slag produced each year, it’s hard to find one. What are you going to do, comb through thousands of insulting and insulting reimaginations of the story of Santa’s origin? Endless range of cheap rom-themed holiday coms, Binge LifeTime?
You would have been forgiven for skipping the whole holiday business, burning your Christmas presents and going out in a pack of smoke and never coming home. Fortunately, however, Netflix has arrived this year with such a good holiday movie that it will protect you from a holiday-inspired murder. Jingle Jangle: A Christmas trip is intended to join the ranks of basic watches each year, such as It’s a wonderful life, Rudolph the Red-Nased Ren, and Hunter’s night.
This movie It is Christmas. It attaches directly to the body’s Christmas gland, with its steampunk-meets-Dickens design, incredible musical numbers and legitimately affects the magical holiday story. Please watch this movie with your children.
This week in video games: looking for a PlayStation 5
If your child wants a PS5 this year, it would be better to take it like yesterday. The Sony game console joins those from Cabbage Patch Doll, Tickle Me Elmo and Furby on the list of Christmas toys that are so popular that you can’t even get them.
In search of evasive consoles, frantic parents, wives, lovers and singles camp out in front of their local GameStop, refreshing billions of times the websites of big retailers and committing bold, powerful robbery.
Nourishing frenzy is part of the legitimate desire for a hot new technological object, but there is another darker reason for the lack. The grins of the game use robots to instantly buy as many PlayStations as retailers make available so they can resell them on eBay, sometimes for more than double the original retail price. While retailers say they do everything they can to fight bot buyers, legitimate customers also turn to robots, because that’s literally the only way to get a PlayStation 5. Christmas is great, isn’t it? ?