Mar 14

Five events everyone will be talking about tonight.
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Forward This Anti-Trump Video Along To Every Female Trump Supporter You Know

via: Youtube

A recent Washington Post

analysis f

ound that Trump had 28 percent female supporters. Let's hope this video, which highlights every vile thing Trump has said about women, gets that down to a much more reasonable 0 percent.


...Really, Forever 21?

via Forever21

Okay, so we've seen

Zara remove

a t-shirt reminiscent of a concentration camp uniform, Bloomingdale's apologize over an ad that suggested date-rape, and Target get dragged for Christmas apparel that poked fun at OCD


so it makes ZERO sense that retail giant Forever 21 would release a mens' shirts with the very creepy phrase "don't say maybe if you want to say no". Yes, this can be interpreted as an empowering quote, urging young people to abstain from following the "in" crowd. But, as the internet points out, it's also hella rape-y. Forever 21 has since released a statement apologizing over the wordplay:

“Forever 21 strives to exemplify the highest ethical standards and takes feedback and product concerns very seriously. With regards to the t-shirt in question, upon receiving feedback from our customers, we took immediate action to have it removed from our website. We sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by the product.”

The t-shirt is now removed from its online store. (Via:




@CelebsOnSandwiches Merges Pop Culture And Sandwiches

via @CelebsOnSandwiches

Cool Instagram account alert: Los Angeles-based director/artist Jeff McCarthy is serving up watercolor portraits of celebrities and political figures (Taylor Swift, President Obama, Bernie Sanders, Drake and Cam Newton to name a few) posted on top of delicious sammies. Follow @celebsonsandwiches here, but like, go eat lunch first.


Tinashe Drops "Bullet"

via: Google images


Break Out The Pinot Noir, The Season 2 Trailer Of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" Is Here


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