Mash-Up Round-Up: GASP! There are Jews in Brooklyn!
The week of October 4, 2014 was: feeling weird but not terrible about Pharrell’s new video; probably not getting a cattoo; and thinking of breaking fast with Seoul Sausage. As we close our days of awe, we hope you remember: You can always lean on us.
Mash-Ups In The News:
Wondering where the chicken lettuce wrap started? Look no further.
via NY Times
A Korean fan of the Royals flies in from Seoul, brings them all the luck. They call it “Korean pixie dust.”
The NFL is just killing it these days! But seriously, if Tebow can bow, Abdullah can prostrate.
via The Week
Bummer, dude. No challah for you. Also, it’s New York.
via Jeffrey Tambor
She will feature women writers of color and she is awesome. This perspective might be good for changing how, say, people at the New York Times say idiotic things to women of color.
via The Toast
Speaking of, The New York Times made a discovery about its very own city, and it wants to share it with the world.
via NY Times
From the article: “A Korean series about an alien who falls in love with an actress is one of the most-watched shows in Hebrew and Arabic. Spanish speakers can’t get enough of a Thai drama about a maid who winds up working for a mafioso in Hong Kong. Japanese shows are most commonly watched in Lithuanian.” Well, duh.
via The Atlantic
Sesame Street is on a roll, you guys. And Mindy Kaling brings it.
via NY Mag
Take this real quiz for English language learners and good luck with that. (WTF)
Perfect. Just watch it.
via Key & Peele