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I have no idea what this seven kinds of crazy young lady is on, but whatever it is, can I get some? Clearly someone f**ked with the batch of whatever she ingested, and we're fortunate(?) enough to witness her psychedelic-fueled trip to Pluto and back. She definitely didn't fail to get out of her mind (out of her damn body) for a music festival. I want the follow up to her episode though. Shit, I want the live-tweet recap. Anyone out there, please?

Anyways, as the Urban Outfitted, hipster-hatted, sloppily face-painted season of outdoor festivals like Coachella loom heavy on the horizon...what better way to get in the spirit of what will surely be many an episode of Milllennials experimenting with drugs for the first time, than to take a ride to outer space with this chick, right?

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Was really trying to sum up the rollercoaster ride that is Mac Demarco partaking in the ever sadistic, albeit highly entertaining Hot Ones challenge, in that headline.

If you're not familiar with our Canadian-based guest of the hour, DeMarco picked up something of a cult following for the very fact he so blatantly lives against the grain as a chainsmoking, shitty-beer-guzzling countercultural, anti-indie (even though he'd fall on the vein of 'indie rock) singer-songwriter with a talent for penning angsty though relatable, psychedelic lyrics.

Lyrics that have a knack for inviting you to breathe in a bit deeper and out even easier, as you float through a day's menial tasks with calm complacency. Check out his most acclaimed album to date over here, if you're at all intrigued.

But anyways that's just his musical background. You could hate the young dude's music, and still enjoy his pridefully weird, bizarre antics, during this 'interview.'

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This Guy Made a Song Out of Unicorn Picture and It's Perfect

A picture is worth a thousand words, but how many songs is it worth?

This unicorn picture aims to find out. Twitter user @andrewismusic made a picture of a unicorn out of music notes. That song, it turns out, sounds like how a unicorn looks, magical and classical. It's so cool. 

People love it too. Check out what people are saying. 


Some people are just kind of scared: 


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Genius Teenager Sneaks Into VIP Section at Concert By Editing Band's Wikipedia Page

Apparently Wikipedia's still relevant and serves a much higher purpose than taking up space in a works cited page starved for more sources cause Sparks Notes and Cliff Notes only took you so far. Yes. A trickster-destined purpose like getting a devious little fanboy into a concert by allowing him to go into the band's info and change it so that he's the newest member of the family. Job well done, bro. Hope the V-Neck outfitted, Fedora-capped, Axe body spray-suffocated VIP pit of pick-up line peddling goonery is worth it. But hey, lest we forget he's guaranteed to bump into some hot chicks that showed up with every intention to Insta-Snapchat the shit out of each other, cause the lighting is on fleek. 

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Int. High School Reunion — Night 

Hey, remember, Dom?

Yeah, that dude who wouldn't stop talking Rush and Dream Theater.

Well, this is his him now.

Holds up cellphone 

What is with nerds and Rush? They remind you of how talented Neil Pert is and that their songs are, like, "ridiculously technical," but almost always forget to tell you that their music is still dorky as shit. This video is no different. It's cool. It's impressive. It's very, very nerdy. 

Let's just throw this out in the universe: There's nothing wrong with liking Rush as long as you're cool with sounding like a nerd. 

Anyway, this is pretty cool and impressive, but still, yes, nerdy as hell. You know this guy thinks he looks like this:

via WFMU

When you actually look like this:

via gifsoup

So, I'll say this for the last time: Playing Rush won't get you laid. 

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The Chainsmokers Won a Grammy Last Night and Accepted Award on Behalf of David Bowie, and People Are Very Pissed Off

Last night we witnessed the devastating, rock bottom kind of momentous spectacle that was The Chainsmokers winning their first Grammy Award for their song 'Don't Let Me Down' with Daya. Some people are coolly proposing we're witnessing the mere death of American Pop Culture, so well, that's chill. To make matters even worse, the duo all but paddled up in their douche canoes to unacceptably accept an award on behalf of the late David Bowie. I know right? You've got to be shitting me. Then again we're still pretty fresh into 2017 here, so it wouldn't be right if the shitstorm failed to pervade for a bit longer.

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Cee Lo Green Dressed Like A Power Ranger Villain at the Grammys, So People Meme'd Him Into Oblivion

The Grammys were last night, and all anyone wanted to talk about is Bey—oh, my god. What the hell is going on with Cee Lo Green?

Appearing at the Grammys like Kal Drogo just dumped a bowl of hot gold on him like on Game of Throne, Cee Lo Green arrived dressed to the nines in gold. Why did he do this? We don't know. We could assume that it was to help avoid the conversations around his long-standing rape accusation and subsequent "it's not rape if the victim is unconscious" tweet. 

But hey, at least he got meme'd into nothingness. Check it out. 

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