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Guy Fieri (Mayor of Flavortown) is spicing up Twitter timelines. Image: Matt Winkelmeyer / getty images  By Nicole Gallucci2019-07-08 19:54:48 UTC Guy Fieri has mastered the art of bringing his own personal flavor to Twitter. It’s only July, but the Mayor of Flavortown has already had a fair share of standout social media moments in 2019. It’s about time we celebrate his flamin’ hot online presence. When Fieri isn’t promoting

By Heather Dockray2019-06-24 21:25:16 UTC It’s Pride Month, the time of year when corporations do their very best to prove just how supportive they are. Rainbows are everywhere: in clothing stores, on public storefronts, and on nearly every brand logo on Twitter. And while some of the profits from specialty Pride merchandise do go to worthy nonprofits, other brands donate a paltry amount, and some merch is simply used to

By Morgan Sung2019-06-17 23:38:50 UTC Many YouTubers aspire to buy mansions. Elijah Daniel raised the bar and bought Hell.  Kind of.  The vlogger and comedian known for his crude humor and music tweeted about buying the town of Hell, Michigan on Monday. He noted that renaming the town to Gay Hell was a tongue-in-cheek response to the Trump administration’s ban on U.S. embassies flying rainbow flags in honor of Pride

By Heather Dockray2019-06-10 21:44:37 UTC Instagram has always been a safe haven for book lovers, a place where people can show off their private libraries full of white oak bookshelves, novels organized by color, aloe plants, and inspirational coffee mugs.  But there’s a deeper, stranger, and far murkier part of book Instagram, known colloquially as “Bookstagram.” Here, you’ll find some of the platform’s more eccentric thematic offerings — a satirical

By Morgan Sung2019-06-03 21:37:17 UTC The UK is pushing back against Trump’s visit by reminding him of his approval numbers and invoking the name of his longtime political critic.  Led by Donkeys, a group that often puts up guerilla installations protesting politicians who support Brexit, took a stance against the American president’s state visit by projecting messages across various London landmarks.  Most notably, the group projected an image of a

Heads up: All products featured here are selected by Mashable’s commerce team and meet our rigorous standards for awesomeness. If you buy something, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. By Miller Kern2019-05-20 21:05:19 UTC Springtime means bright blooms, longer days, and a new class that’s getting ready to graduate. For you that means watching a woman you’re proud of accept her diploma, which also means you need to find the

Image: Rich Fury/Getty Images By Morgan Sung2019-05-20 21:05:18 UTC Jake Paul, a 22-year-old millionaire who built a career out of peddling merch to children and being loud on the internet, took a brave stance against cyberbullying by calling out a reaction vlogger who made fun of him a few times. Fellow YouTuber Cody Ko is known for making videos reacting to cringey content, from ASMR influencers eating deodorant to Christian

Image: vicky leta/mashable By Morgan Sung2019-05-13 19:59:49 UTC May is National Masturbation Month, and we’re celebrating with Feeling Yourself, a series exploring the finer points of self-pleasure. It’s 2019, and people are finally starting to understand that it isn’t just dudes who are allowed to be horny.  While social media platforms lag behind on allowing sponsored posts for vibrators and other sextech, one sex toy company is getting around these

By Morgan Sung2019-05-06 23:42:55 UTC A woman was allegedly drugged during Jake Paul’s house party on Saturday, according to an investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Detectives are looking into a “possible single occurrence of unwillful impairment.” A guest reported to police that she may have blacked out after “something was put in her drink,” a police spokesperson told BuzzFeed. The complaint came the day after Paul hosted