Supreme took the wraps off its SS19 collection this week, and as has become tradition, the accessories section is a thirst trap of bizarre products for discriminating collectors.
Last season, the New York skate brand treated its rabid fanbase to a Santa Cruz Chameleon 27.5-inch bike, male and female anatomy models, inflatable chairs, a Virgin Mary blanket and “F**k You” trays, to name a few.
Torataro, a 6-year-old drummer prodigy from Japan, donated all of his YouTube revenue so far to the people affected by the extreme torrential rains that hit western Japan last month.
The child drummer announced he would donate all of the income from his YouTube videos to those who were affected by the terrible weather in a video that showed him playing the viral hit song “Baby Shark” at 2x speed on July 15.
The internet is rife with young prodigies that excel in virtually every commendable talent known to humanity.
From an 18-year-old math wizard who finished his doctorate degree and became a UCLA professor to a 5-year-old painter of galaxies who sold over 100 masterpieces for thousands of dollars (part of which goes to charity), there’s room for countless names to clap for.