Social media commentator Keith Fenimore hits back at what’s been trending this week. [April 6 – April 12]
(1)Kate Upton shot down rumors via Twitter that she's been gettin' all up in it with P Diddy.
The fact that she’s still single doesn’t help the average Joe. If a guy with a net worth of $580 million can't score with her, what chance do the rest of us have?
(2)Heavy eyeliner-wearing rocker Alice Cooper has turned to Kickstarter to fund a horror-themed comic book series. So far he's raised more than 50K.
I miss the days when rockers were too drunk and high to have side projects. What's next? Dave Mustaine from Megadeth turning to Kickstarter to fund his own line of kickass, lacey throw pillows?
(3)Last week I reported that nerds are getting huge traction with memes like Vadering and Hadouken! Now, thanks to Vine, which is one of the most downloaded apps of all time, this geeky trend has been taken up a notch with stop-motion Quidditching.
Hey, Kate Upton - I found a keeper for ya! That is, if you're into a dude who wears pajamas and floats around what I’m assuming is his parent’s house, with a broom between his legs. Because that’s what the ladies like, right?
(4) To add another social media layer to this year's MTV Movie Awards, the network is going to have comedians create live gifs throughout the show, tied to mini-awards called Giffies.
With a good chunk of MTV’s viewers having an attention span of a gnat with a head injury, these 3-second gifs will seem like a mini-series to most watching.
(5) A French sports scientist dedicated 15 years of his life to studying boobs, examining 130 women with varying cup sizes. His controversial study, being talked about on Reddit, concluded that boobs may be better off without being confined by a bra.
This makes the guy who studied how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop look like an idiot!
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