- Cash Me Ousside Girl, Danielle Bregoli set to earn $1 Million!
14 year old Danielle Bregoli, who rose to fame after a video of her asking her Mother to ‘Cash me Ousside’ on the Dr. Phil show went viral, is now set to become a millionaire by the end of this year, ‘cash’ing in on her internet fame. She already has a bodyguard, charges thousands of dollars for meet and greets, has appeared in a Kodak Black music video, has also signed a deal for a Reality TV show and endorses several products on her verified Instagram account where she has a fan following of 8.5 million. Considering that the middle school drop-out has violent spurts, a volatile relationship with her mother, frequent run-ins with law, a history of stealing cars and credit cards amongst numerous other problems, we can get a fair idea of the kind of behaviour our generation idolizes these days.
Source : dailymail.co.uk
- Technology that tells you when someone has a crush on you!
‘Ripple’ is a new wearable accessory that works by attaching the user’s back and shoulders, and vibrating when it senses courtship. The device monitors the environment around the user with the help of two built-in cameras and sends the user a signal when someone’s gaze lingers on them. If the device senses mutual attraction, the tentacles even move flirtatiously. Bye bye, Tinder!
- Can humans taste music?
Apparently some humans can! Lexical Gustatory Synaesthesia is a condition that is experienced by less than 0.2% of the world’s population and refers to when people can taste sounds. One such person who can taste sounds at an extreme level was made to taste some songs. The song “All Star” by Smash Mouth tasted like cream and chocolates and a few gummy bears here and there. “Wait and Bleed” by Slipknot tasted like lots and lots of solid, hard chocolate, like a Yorkie Bar and also somewhat like brown bread crusts. Although, she said that “Better off Alone” by Alice Deejay gave her the best kind of synaesthesia experience owing to its over production that lent it a very sweet flavour with some peas in there.
Source : vice.com
- A 20 year old just used Tinder to make money!
“Fake!” you’d say. But it is actually a true story. Maggie Archer from Missouri had a fool proof plan to use Tinder to make money. Her bio on Tinder read ‘Send me 5$, see what happens’. She said it was a smart idea as she wasn’t promising anything and just said ‘see what happens’. Surprisingly, a lot of men fell for the bait! She had received money from over 20 matches in less than a week. Even though she has now been banned from Tinder on grounds of violation of terms of service, she thought her story was too funny to not share. She also wanted to help other women make money on Tinder. Now even you can follow Maggie’s footsteps and make quick cash! But is it worth the risk of getting banned from Tinder for life? Choice is yours.