Social media commentator Keith Fenimore takes his shots at what’s been trending this week. [April 13 – April 19]
 Condom snorting - two words I never thought I'd put together - has become the latest look-what-I-can-do Internet craze, where a condom is sniffed up the nasal cavity and pulled out through the mouth.
I'll go out on a limb and say, not what Trojan intended by “ribbed for her pleasure”.
 Twitter just upped the ante by launching #music, a new service that they’re hoping will change the way people find new music and follow artists.
Twitter really has revolutionized the use of the # sign. Just put it in front of any word and shit magically happens. Say… #makeAngelinaJoliebreastfeedahorse. Wow, it totally works!
 A company in Japan has taken gesturing technology to a new level, making it possible to turn a piece of paper into an interactive touch screen. This technology allows users to copy and store images and text from books, newspapers or even post-it notes.
Translate this technology to toilet paper and they'll clean up!
 Mike O'Brien is the quirky host of "7 Minutes In Heaven," an interview show that takes place in a closet. Jeff Goldblum stopped by as a guest and things got uncomfortable.
Before I saw this video, I would've said clowns tickling me while a Mariachi band played a Lady Gaga song at double-time was my greatest fear. That's just been replaced by standing within touching distance of Jeff Goldblum.
 Google isn't messing around when it comes to Google Glass. To ensure the glasses aren't resold on eBay, or anywhere else, they warn buyers, if sold, the product will self-destruct, rendering them useless.
Better known as the Macaulay Culkin package.
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