Today at Flavorpill, we imagined what it would be like to walk a mile in these wacky Lego stilettos. We read Roger Ebert’s predictions for the future of film — circa 1987 — and wondered if the man might be psychic. We watched a video of Amanda Palmer’s tweet medley at last night’s Shorty Awards. We tried to determine whether or not this cover letter was real. We decided that the next time we get mad at a roommate, they’re going to be on the receiving end of this Dexter-inspired prank. We virtually visited six of the creepiest places on earth. We got thirsty while reading The Hairpin’s roundup of simple drinks for dumb people. We learned some important things about internet safety. And finally, we discovered how much the emancipation of women in late-nineteenth-century America had to do with bicycles, thanks to this fascinating new book from National Geographic.
Written by Caroline Stanley