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Sep 012014
 

Apparently you have been doing it all wrong! In Japan you need to be good at two things to be a good sushi chef… making sushi and being social. In the traditional way to eat sushi you converse with the chef over the Sushi while the chef is making the rolls.

Remember don’t shake it! Shaking is just for men to finish at the men’s room!

Coming to you straight from the sushi chef’s mouth, Munchies presents the dos and don’ts of eating sushi, as taught by Tokyo’s Naomichi Yasuda. Be warned: You’ve been doing it wrong.

 
How to Eat Sushi: You've Been Doing it Wrong

 

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Sep 012014
 

Wow! This little girl has an amazing voice.

Enjoy!

Jackie Evancho is an extremely talented young American singer. She is an American class over classical singer, who gained wide recognition loaded with huge success at an early stage. Evancho appeared on several singing competitions where she showed her musical calibers and won people’s hearts.

Evancho is from Pennsylvania. She has also made appearances on several tours with famous artists. She is the first solo artist to go platinum in US. Her dedicated singing began after she saw the film version of the musical The Phantom of the Opera in a movie theater. She loves playing musical instruments like violin and piano. Her powerful voice will leave you speechless.

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Aug 312014
 

How does the world’s favorite drug actually work?

Mitchell Moffat and Gregory Brown of AsapSCIENCE explain the brain-boosting effects and the mechanisms of caffeine addiction.

Millions of people around the world start their day on coffee. Many claim to be addicted to the dark brew. That may explain why coffee is the second most traded commodity in the world after oil. But how exactly does coffee work? What does it do to our bodies that makes us perk up? Asap Science explains the science of coffee in this new educational video.

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Your Brain On Coffee

 

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Aug 312014
 
Rubber Chicken A devout Arab Muslim entered a black cab in London. He curtly asked the cabbie to turn off the radio because as decreed by his religious teaching, he must not listen to music because “in the time of the prophet there was no music, especially Western music which is the music of the infidel.”

The cab driver politely switched off the radio, stopped the cab and opened the door.

The Arab Muslim asked him, “What are you doing?”

The cabbie answered, “In the time of the prophet there were no taxis, so get out and wait for a camel!”

 

 

Aug 302014
 

Moses Supposes is one of the most inspiring and classic tap dance routines of all time. It is danced by Gene Kelly and Donald O’Connor in the movie Singin’ in the Rain.

Brighten your day with this Anime tribute to Gene Kelly.

Not exactly the mash-up you’d expect, perhaps – but speaking as a long-time cinephile who has also been an advocate for anime for many years, I have to say it warms my heart.

A ghost princess comes upon Gene Kelly’s possessed dancing shoes, and the two get together for a little dance routine. It’s adorable, and if you’re into film history and the concept of geeks from vastly different generations recognizing each other, life-affirming.

That probably makes this sound overly important – but if the Doctor could bring fans together across time periods, I’d like to imagine he’d get them to make this.

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