Little girl’s first sip of Coke blows her tiny kid mind


A little girl’s reaction to her first sip of Coca-Cola from McDonald’s is going viral after her dad, Reddit user Earthos83 posted this video on YouTube.

In the video, little Evie took a big sip of Coke, and immediately went into an elaborate convulsion of facial expressions before rolling her head back from pure shock/pleasure of probably experiencing a true sugar high for the first time.

After recovering from the initial shock, Evie seemed to be back for more of the notorious fizzy drink.

And we suspect it won’t be her last one. Read more…

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5 movies we’re looking forward to in 2017


We’ve already filled you in on the films we’ve loved so far in 2017, and below, we’ve highlighted just a few that you should start to get excited about for the back half of the year.


1Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Obviously we’re not going to make a “most anticipated” list without getting some Star Wars in there. While last year’s Rogue One took a detour into the past, The Last Jedi promises to pick up right where The Force Awakens left off, bringing back our new favorite characters and adding some new ones besides, all under the stylish direction of Looper and Breaking Bad‘s Rian Johnson. Not for nothing, The Last Jedi will also be Carrie Fisher’s final performance as Leia. Bring tissues. Read more…

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Watch Rey and BB-8’s first thrilling adventure in ‘Star Wars: Forces of Destiny’


“In the morning, you go.” 

You probably remember Rey’s admonishment to BB-8 after she saves him from a scavenger on Jakku in Star Wars: The Force Awakens — as if anyone could kick the adorable soccer ball droid out on the sand.

What changed her mind? It could have something to do with what happened next — a previously unseen encounter with a nasty creature called a nightwatcher worm, revealed in the opening chapter of Forces of Destiny

SEE ALSO: Who run the galaxy? Star Wars women get their own cartoon series and toys.

This is a series of Disney animated shorts focused on the women of the Star Wars franchise, and we’re premiering it exclusively on Mashable.  Read more…

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How iOS 14 will be Apple’s smartest software ever


We’ve repeated this many times here before, but there are a few truisms that can be said for any future iPhone: it will have the fastest processor, the best camera and at least one unique feature you can’t get on any other iPhone.

That’s as true now as it will be in 2020. But it’s time to add one more item to the list: intelligence. 

SEE ALSO: Future iPhones won’t have a charging port — here’s why

As important as processing power and superior optics are now, machine learning, artificial intelligence and personalization will also be paramount to future iPhones and iOS.

So much so that Apple is reportedly designing a new iPhone chip specifically for AI. This would not only help drive future advancements, it would do so while staying in line with Apple’s preference to keep Ai-powered personalization features on-device in the interest of protecting user privacy,  Read more…

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We bet you can’t find all the crafty cats hiding in these photos


Cats are the masters of hide-and-seek.

Whether they’re stalking through the undergrowth or sliding beneath carelessly placed piles of clothes, those whiskery queens of disguise know how to disappear when they want to.

SEE ALSO: Can you find the cats hiding in this Latvian mayor’s office?

On Sunday night, Twitter Moments rounded up 16 gloriously puzzling “spot the cat” photos. Some are fairly obvious, others take a moment or two, and a few are fiendishly difficult.

See how many cats you can find.

Spot the cat. We’re going to stay up all

— cat (@irnbrudreaming) June 8, 2017 Read more…

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Online courses for small business owners and wannabe entrepreneurs


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Whether you run a small business or are just working on a great side hustle, maintaining an exceptional online presence is crucial. Carving out time for online courses may seem like the last thing on your mind, but the more you know, the more you’ll be able to do.  

One University of Washington study found that 87 percent of respondents attributed improvement in their employment situation to their participation in an online course.   

SEE ALSO: Advanced Excel skills could still be the key to landing your next promotion Read more…

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Will Ferrell teases possible ‘Step Brothers’ sequel and OMG yes please


Will Ferrell’s prolific comedy career has blessed us with so many iconic characters. We would love to see some of them again.

SEE ALSO: Drake and Will Ferrell teach NBA stars some sick handshakes in hilarious sketch

In the video above, Ferrell answers some questions with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live and lets fans know which character he would most like to revisit with a sequel.

“We talked a little about Step Brothers so who knows,” says Ferrell.

Step Brothers 2 is a sequel that needs to happen. We seriously need to know what Brennan and Dale have been up to? Read more…

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Man pulls bizarre Princess Diana shrine prank on roommate, goes viral


There are plenty of pranks you can play on your roommates.

SEE ALSO: Dude turns his roommate’s FIFA obsession into a goofy Instagram art project

Many of these are well documented. There’s the classic “cover everything in clingfilm/wrapping paper” prank. There’s the one where you turn all of their possessions upside-down. There’s also that one where you place full plastic cups of water on every square inch of their bedroom floor.

To our knowledge, though, this may be the first someone has pranked their roommate with a fake Princess Diana shrine.

Roommate has date coming by later and asked me to clean bc he’s not home. So I made a Princess D shrine in his room

— Deep Web Italian (@Deno_Tron) July 1, 2017 Read more…

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Dude uses Google Autocomplete to help him fill out resumé, will definitely never get a job


Writing your CV is one of life’s necessary — but highly time-consuming — evils. And, many of us take all the help we can get. 

SEE ALSO: Irish teens sing ‘Despacito’ in Gaelic and they’re better than Bieber

London-based author Aaron Gillies decided to let Google Autocomplete give him a hand in updating his CV. The results were both brutally honest and hilariously weird. Sorry Aaron, but we’re not sure these skills are the right fit for any job. 

Gillies listed his date of birth as “born to love you,” a detail I’m not entirely sure any employer would be comfortable with. 

I needed to update my CV so I did it all through google autocomplete and soon I will have every job

— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) June 29, 2017 Read more…

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Language-learning apps that you need now


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Going on an overseas trip soon? Need to familiarize yourself with a local language?

Up your linguistic game with a language-learning app.

Say goodbye to feeling like Google Translate is the only person who understands you, and be the bilingual who makes heads turn. And no, it will not bring back those awful high-school Spanish memories.

Whether your only free time is waiting in a coffee line or you have a few minutes on your phone during the day, there is an app that can do the job quickly. Read more…


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