Sleepy California and Little Gold Men
tastes like balsamic vinegar.
Two in five buy now, pay later shoppers borrow funds to clear the debt; One Direction fangirls created the internet as we know it; and Maude Apatow, inspired by Euphoria and dad Judd, is writing a project about her life.
NO ADDICTION REQUIRED: HOW FAKE DRUGS ARE QUICKLY KILLING GEN-Z, lamag
The pandemic left students from grade school to grad school isolated, bored, and seeking anything to get through the long days of quarantine; many turned to the web to purchase what appeared to be restricted brand-named opioids, like Percocet but contained deadly levels of fentanyl.
FAMILY SUES META, BLAMES INSTAGRAM FOR DAUGHTER’S EATING DISORDER AND SELF-HARM, nbcnews
The lawsuit, filed Monday, heavily cites the Facebook Papers, a trove of internal Meta research documents leaked last fall that revealed that the tech giant knew Instagram was worsening body image and other mental health issues among teenage girls in particular.
THE STATE FINALLY LETTING TEENS SLEEP IN, atlantic
Early start times make it nearly impossible for teens, whose body clock tends to shift to a later schedule at the onset of puberty, to get the recommended eight to 10 hours of sleep. But in California, a law—the first of its kind in the nation—goes into effect on July 1 requiring the state’s public high schools to start no earlier than 8:30 a.m. Both New York and New Jersey also have similar bills under consideration.
‘AFTER LOCKDOWN, THINGS EXPLODED’ – HOW TIKTOK TRIGGERED A BOOKS REVOLUTION, guardian
“We used to rely on millennials,” says the store’s 30-year-old manager, Peter. “But now the majority of our customers are teenagers, who have money and influence and want to find their own stories.
THE TIKTOK VINEGAR SPRITZ SHOCKINGLY DOES NOT TASTE LIKE COKE, gawker
If you spend any amount of time on TikTok, you’ve surely seen a viral clip going around of a girl recommending a “healthy coke” alternative consisting of: LaCroix with a splash of…balsamic vinegar. Surprise! It does not, in fact, taste “just like coke.”
It tastes like: balsamic vinegar. Whether it is good or bad depends on how much you enjoy the taste of balsamic vinegar. For example, would you like having balsamic vinegar as a drink in a large glass? If so, you might like this drink. If balsamic vinegar as a drink in a large glass does not sound good to you, you would not like this drink.
One last thought:
Unfortunately, I’m currently in the fifth season: covid infection sleepy :/