DEARBORN, Michigan — Khloe Kardashian set off an Internet firestorm Tuesday, when she posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing a niqab, or veil that covers the face.
Fierce accusations of “gross” and “cultural appropriation” ensued.
A photo posted by Khloé (@khloekardashian) on May 26, 2015 at 6:11am PDT
In some places, such a headscarf is banned entirely.
Pop culture fans, prepare yourself for the ultimate showdown of good versus evil.
Mashable is bringing the Mashable House to Comic-Con International: San Diego for the first time, with one goal in mind: Save. The. Internet.
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We're taking over Luce Loft in San Diego, California, from Friday, July 10 to Saturday, July 11, along with the biggest heroes and villains from pop culture, digital media and the Internet.
Every Friday is a holiday when you're a Destiny fan.
That's when Xur, Agent of the Nine, appears in a random part of the game's social spaces to peddle his rare weapons and armor. As long as you have enough Strange Coins, a rare currency that can be earned by completing Weekly Heroic Strikes (and from random loot drops), Xur has the goods for you.
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Xur deals in Destiny's so-called "exotic" gear.
Mount Shindake, a volcano located on the island of Kuchinoerabujima off the southwest coast of Japan, erupted on Friday morning at 10 a.m. local time
This video shows a scuba diver recording the eruption of Mount Shindake from off the coast of nearby Yakushima.
As of May 26, the Japan Meteorological Agency reported Kuchinoerabujima was at an alert level of 3 (out of 5).
It's not really summer without hot air, and we're not just talking about the weather
One of the unofficial signs of the season involves blowing up an inflatable pool raft until you're light-headed and red in the face. Fortunately, that pastime has slowly faded out with the improvements of portable inflation techniques
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But you're not a little kid anymore, and these aren't your dinky, little-kid floats.
Just when it looks like all hope is lost and our hero is falling to their death, a hand shoots out and grabs them.
You could name 101 movies where this happens without correctly guessing which one that statement actually refers to. The one-armed save, or last-second-hand-grab, is a trope so deeply engrained in action movies that one editor was able to cut together 101 different instances of it happening.
From Sheriff Woody to Batman, no character is above the last-second, unrealistic save, as evidenced by the entertaining supercut above.
Now if you'll excuse us, we're going to go watch Cliffhanger on loop for the next eight hours.