Mash-Up Round-Up: Lance Bass Marries a Jew!
This week was avoiding flying manhole covers; praying Dead Nationwide Kid arrives in heaven safely; and getting saved by the bell. If you’re not going vegan with Bey, we recommend making meatballs this weekend.
Mash-Ups in the News:
What this says to us: We are ready to see our mash-up lives reflected; we are emotional to be more B.I.G than Long Duk Dong; and we are relieved to say that we too had smelly lunches and sometimes just wanted Lunchables.
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via The Internet
You know when people say “I don’t see race” and you are like, “What does that even mean?” The producer of shows such as Girlfriends andBeing Mary Jane thinks we should bring our whole selves to the screen.
Q: How does one fall in love?
A: Basically it’s an accidental collision. It is unpredictable and inescapable. So, always fasten your seatbelt.
via Washington Post
Good Southern Baptist Boy Marries Nice Jewish Boy. Lance had never met a Jew while growing up.
via Huffington Post
McDonald’s new ad campaign in Mexico disses tamales. Internet riots follow because tamales are the best.
A Jewish man in the Bronx and NASA helped make soy sauce the third most popular condiment in the U.S. after mayo and ketchup. We are feeling pretty bad for mustard right about now.
via The Atlantic
At the turn of the 20th century, plantation owners in Hawaii decided they needed white labor, so they brought in workers from Siberia. This was not a tropical dream for them.
Because they don’t have a word for depression. Instead they say “The water in my heart has fallen.” The lack of language for such mental health issues deeply effects how people deal with them.
As part of the time-honored tradition of proudly identifying all people who are a little bit Jewish and claiming them for our own (best captured in Adam Sandler’s Hanukkah Song) we say Julian is a Jew.
88% of millennials said they have or would date outside of their race. Yep.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is painted as a white man with a different face for his portrait. The age of photos makes it much harder to get away with this.