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I’m just here to convince people to use ‘conate’ in casual conversation.
Oh god, I needed this video in my life this morning. Watch as Uncle Roger (a character created by comedian Nigel Ng) hilariously critiques a BBC Food video about how to cook fried rice. Spoiler alert: the cook drains the rice in a colander and then rinses it with water. Oh, and no MSG.
If you sad in life, use MSG. If you happy in life, use MSG. Put MSG in everything, it’ll turn it better. You just get a baby? Put MSG on baby, it’ll be better baby, smarter.
On Instagram, Uncle Roger shared how to cook rice properly.
Uncle Roger have many white friend tell me they use saucepan. Saucepan? Haiyaaa. World War II is over, use technology. Proper Asian use rice cooker.
(via @jennyyangtv <— this thread is an entertaining read as well)
Source: The Death of Rice
Jon Hamm voices a father meeting his daughter’s boyfriend, flipping the stereotypes of the encounter on their head, in this adaptation of Sophie Kohn’s Daily Shouts column.
Here’s the original “Nations of the World” song, in case you aren’t familiar with the seminally insane 90s kids cartoon Animaniacs.
Whatever TikTok user came up with this dance to the song has done a better job of teaching British history than most school systems do:
replace the entire British curriculum with this TikTok pic.twitter.com/z9xgKwUm5B
— Róisín Lanigan (@rosielanners) June 29, 2020
I’m genuinely surprised by how educational this was. Like Britain invading Iceland during World War II? And here I thought they were loosening their grip by then!