Peggy Hill is a goddess of domestication, just like Nicki Minaj.
Vulture has found a really good niche in the mash up space and they proved it again with combining footage of King of the Hill with Nicki Minaj's "Hey Mama". It's great.
"Hey Mama" is a celebration of nesting. Taking care of others and getting plenty in return. Who matches that more than Peggy Hill?
Vulture's mash ups continue to be super fun to watch. Like when Doug called Patti Mayonnaise his "Trap Queen" or when Miss Piggy demanded of Kermit that "B*tch Better Have My Money"
You're doing the world a service you clever geniuses.
For the love of god, swipe left.
Remember Martin Shkreli? You know that guy who bought the cheap, life-saving AIDS drug and then raised the price by 5000 percent?
Well, just like everyone you know, he's on Tinder and Eve Peyser matched with him. She recognized him and wanted to start a frank conversation about his business practices.
It went about as well as you'd expect.
Yeah, seems like a regular, misunderstood dude. Hope he finds true love on Tinder.
Every couple of years, like the Olympics or astronomy-based-end-of-the-world predictions, we get a new James Bond movie. And somehow, its theme song has become almost as much of an event as the movie release. Enter: Sam Smith's theme for Spectre — "The Writing's on the Wall."
The video is fine.
It inter-splices the bare minimum of the footage they can show pre-release and casts a moody shadow over the anticipation of Daniel Craig's return to the character. It also shows Sam Smith looking at ... something.
Like, what are you looking at, Sam?
Eyes over here, bud.
The song itself has split opinions with The New York Post calling it "boring and formulaic", where The New Yorker liked it just fine
Granted, he's got a tough act to follow.
Adele's 2012 theme for Skyfall was widely received as the gold standard of Bond themes.
What do you think? Like it? Love it?