This week's newsletter: Why influencers' massive giveaways sprees to gain fast followers feels so eerily familiar, and Karens acting up during the pandemic has blown up a new Instagram meme page.
Breathing is fleeting, drip is forever.
"I realized it was fraud because I don’t pay for my Netflix — my sister does."
This week's newsletter: How some social media stars are getting better at internalizing criticism — or just better at selling it, and parents running a psychological experiment on their kids for TikTok.
A Teen Claims Her Chanel Bag On Poshmark Was Never Returned. Poshmark Said It Has No Idea What Happened But It's "A Closed Case."
Poshmark said the case is now "closed," but the designer bag is still missing.
This week's newsletter: Curvy Wife Guy's wife @sassyredlipstick said she'll no longer follow through with her J.Crew promo content, and the unique conflict fans feel over C-list celebrities breaking quarantine orders to get together.
A Woman Got Locked Out Of Her Dog's Facebook And Facebook Is Asking For Her Dog's Driver's License To Access It
I guess Emily's only option is to teach her dog, Max, how to drive.
An 8-Year-Old Wrote An Original Song Called "I Wonder What's Inside Your Butthole" And It's A Quarantine Smash
Jolee Dunn's inspired lyrics go: "I wonder what's inside your butthole / Maybe there is astronauts / Maybe there is aliens / All inside your butthole."
Noncelebrities Are Participating In The Met Gala Challenge Since The Event Was Postponed, And Their Looks Are Incredible
"[The #MetGalaChallenge] is a really inclusive event so it’s not just for the celebrity fashion icons," one person said.
A Mom Who Used To Be On A Drum Line Dance Team Has Gone Viral After Doing A Wild Routine For Her Son's TikTok
Lia Davila, 48, told BuzzFeed News she even shocked herself dancing like that and had to "lay down right after."
This week's newsletter: The massive #AllInChallenge campaign perfectly matches bored famous rich people and their fans for charity, and the fallout of the @Taza quarantine scandal.
A Mom Is Out Of Work Due To The Coronavirus But Now Has A Business Selling Tiny Picnic Tables For Squirrels
Her squirrel furniture business is booming.
A College Student's Viral Tweet About The Stress Of Online School Shows How Education Is Being Impacted By The Coronavirus
Both students and teachers are struggling with burnout as they try to adjust to the new normal of online school.
This week's newsletter: When lifestyle and beauty gurus can no longer get spray tans, injectables, and other beauty upkeep. And one YouTuber believes her skills have become more "respected" during quarantine.
YouTubers Are Still Making Their Coachella Content Because It Took Weeks To Prep And Because It's Their Jobs
Coachella is "a way of thinking, not a destination," one YouTuber said.
The Pandemic Is Turning Some Doctors And Nurses Into Social Media Stars. But Some Aren’t Sure It’s A Good Thing.
Nurses and doctors have become a special sort of internet celebrity overnight. While it's providing emotional relief for both the content maker and viewer, some are unsure how to feel about it.
This week's newsletter: The resilience and shamelessness of turning these tough times into a social media marketing campaign, and a PSA about those infamous get-followers-quick "giveaways."
Three people who work the hardest in these tough times: 1. The devil 2. Kris Jenner 3. Fashion Nova.
A Family Shocked People By Tossing Their Teen Who Has Disabilities During A TikTok. Now They're Assuring Everyone She's Just Fine.
In an otherwise totally average TikTok, the Whitaker family's video has gone massively viral for unintended reasons.
The Family Of A Beloved High School Coach Said Goodbye Through A Glass Window As He Died Of The Coronavirus
"I genuinely believe I would not be who I am today without the model of leadership and integrity he showed me."