Lady Gaga unveils ‘GagaDoll’
Lady Gaga’sJapanese record label have unveiled a life-size doll of the singer, which plays the latest tracks from the ARTPOP album.
The ‘GAGADOLL’ is a lifelike replica of the ‘Applause’ hit-maker, capable of playing songs when you place your head against the doll’s heart.
Described as “the world’s first life-size human-shaped listening station”, check out the video to see how it was made.
Creepy…I wonder how long it will be before someone inevitably turns it into a sex doll?
A Harvard comedy group called On Harvard Time, which produces videos it posts on YouTube bought Yale sweatshirts and then proceeded to march onto the Yale campus where they posed as tour guides.
It’s not clear how they did this without the notice of the Yale admissions staff, but in the video, they attract a group of a half dozen prospective students and their parents and then proceed to give a Spiel that makes Yale sound far inferior to Harvard.
“Yale is in many ways Harvard’s little, perhaps less successful sister,” says one fake guide, who goes on to make fun of the excessive amount of Gothic architecture on campus and the Skull and Bones society.
“Yale students are stupider than Harvard students, Yale students are not as successful as Harvard students, Yale students are not as attractive as Harvard students,” he says, while the touring families look on, weirdly unfazed.
HARRY’S KNOWS IT’S SO HARD TO SAY GOODBYE… TO YOUR MOVEMBER MOUSTACHE
Well this is it. With the end of November comes the end of Movember. On December 1st, men around the globe will take a razor to their carefully crafted lip foliage and shave brand Harry’s wants to help them get through this tough time.
Sorry - Harvey Nichols
‘Tis the season to be self-indulgent as Harvey Nichols launch a new and limited-edition range of products aimed at festive shoppers. The ‘Sorry, I Spent It On Myself’ Gift Collection comprises a range of ‘Ultra Low Net Worth’ (ULNW) gifts for those customers who understand that a little something for their nearest and dearest means a bigger something for themselves.
Julia Bowe, Group Press & Marketing Director of Harvey Nichols, commented:
‘At this time of year it can be all too easy to get caught up in the spirit of giving. We hope that our new ‘Sorry, I Spent It On Myself’ Gift Collection will provide our customers with low-cost gifting options for others that will allow them to spoil themselves that little bit more this Christmas.’
With a varied and competitively priced selection, there’s something for everyone; a Plastic Door Stop for Mum; Non-Swiss Biro Pen for Dad; and nothing quite says Merry Christmas like a packet of Authentic Lincolnshire Gravel.