Sometimes churning storm and rush Republic is dying drowned Out with purity and light. This week, our temporary respite from despair comes from Korn Kid, the kid who loves corn so much, it might save the world.
What’s the deal with Korn Kid?
This week, the internet legend was born: Korn Kidd. The unbridled enthusiasm of this adorable little corn-loving fellow is the most important thing on eEarth this week, and he’ll definitely join the never-forgotten internet celebs and memes like the keyboard cat, the plank, and having ice water thrown over your head due to something to do with some illness.
I’m trying to get an idea of why this particular child is It captured everyone’s hearts – there are millions of videos of adorable kids getting excited, after all – but I can’t tell the unknown life Strength makes this video much better than others at making people happy. I’m glad he’s there, and that I can still feel something like joy. The child just loves corn.
This week in internet warnings
Since everything on the internet isn’t horrible Korn Kid, here’s part 5,361 in my 83,220 part series: Don’t Do These Things I’ve Seen Online.
J.K. Rowling targets online critics
Also, dDon’t write a 1,000-word novel in response to people who are angry at you online. and don’t Tell people that’s not why you’re writing it, Because we can all read. This advice is directed, of course, to Harry Potter Rowling, author of her new book, black ink heart, came is out this week.
The sixth episode of the Cormoran Strike series (which I was surprised to learn something), black ink heart It tells the story of a famous artist who is found dead after becoming a wake-up enemy, always online people with controversial opinions. Just like Rowling got herself on fire Tweets about converts online.
This is the kind of special goal that makes you shake your head. You could have kept writing books about elves or spaceships or something elseThe Harry Potter books are about, but she did it instead. You can eat as much corn as you want.
Is everyone at work a cop or a friend?
In this TikTok, nikolai_novikov advises dividing everyone at work into two categories: Policeman or friend. The idea, I think, is to look at everyone at work with skepticism until they prove themselves. This is a good start, but not enough. Fortunately, the comments section of the video is full of people offering tips for getting to know the cop, including co-workers who get angry at other workers for taking bathroom breaks, and the biggest cop who talks about playing golf.
Watching young people openly experience the nonsensical world of hiring and trying to make sense of it is wonderful…I think it’s because I remember my first “real” A job (in an insurance company or something like that) and how The solo and surreal were meant to spend Parts of my life are around people I can totally don’t relate in any way. I don’t remember paying particular attention to whether anyone was a “cop” or a “friend”, because I was too busy trying to do thatIME to pass faster and Escape planning. (hat to Daily dot Search)
This week’s viral video: The viral videos that are really good
this week viral video he is Around Viral videos. It’s totally repetitive, man. At that, YouTuber Lazar Lazar He spends eight minutes browsing the biggest viral videos of the past month. Despite the title, most of the viral videos are here it’s not Actually good, but I include this clip as an example of a type of online entertainment where the host interacts with other people’s content, which gives the general effect of watching bad TV with a friend.
While I don’t find this YouTuber interesting, insightful, or funny — he’s annoying with an annoying tone that makes clear comments on blurry videos — I’m clearly not the target market here. LazarLazar is very popular, so there is something young people love here; I’m just confused as to what it is. Anyway, watch the video and try to figure it out. Or better yet, check out my current favorite YouTuber, Look mom there is no computerAnd the If you love videos about repurposed old technology and can’t get enough of the oscillators in your life.
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