Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones is known by many names — The Mother of Pepperoni, Lady Regent of The Seven Toppings, Breaker of Munchies, The Unburnt Crust, First of Her Parmesan.
I've heard a lot of different versions of Ramin Djawadi's Game of Thrones theme in my day—like this one—but never a rendition this smooth.
Everyone's back, and everything's different, and you can just tell that at some point soon, everything's going to fall apart. Welcome back to Game of Thrones!
I love it when people take boring, everyday objects and use them to make art. And what's more artsy than turning your house into a Roomba dance party?
Do you watch True Detective? You should be watching True Detective. It's really, really good. It's on Sundays on HBO, and they're just over halfway through the first season. I thought I'd see if anyone out there is watching it, and if so, what you think.
Not all pranks are created equal; some pranks require a ton of setup and expensive props. Surely there are also easy ways to prank your friends? Turns out yup, there are.
Lego Invasion: this cool video by AndrewMFilms proves that you should never steal all the golden bricks—that's when the entire Lego universe comes after you. You also get a bunch of cool items, though, so maybe you should steal the gold Lego bricks...hmm.
Kenny G may be the bane of self-respecting music fans everywhere, but you can't say the man doesn't have a sense of humor about himself.
Many of you might be trapped indoors tonight. You may be huddled up for warmth, trying to beat the cold weather with friends and board games. Well worry not, because this dog will keep you company.
Do you pronounce it "Roof" or "Ruf?" "Water" or "Wuhter?" Are little river shellfish called "crawfish" or "crayfish" or "crawdads?" Depends on where you grew up.
I'm sure you've always had a sneaking suspicion that the story of Christmas past is quite a bit different from the story of Christmas present. But how about Chanukah and Kwanzaa?
An emoticon future: check out this thought-provoking video by PBSoffbook, where they look at the history of the emoticon and where they are going. I for one want the future of language to be with ebooks and bots, but, y'know.