If you're searching for good TV to spend a lot of time with on Netflix , welcome to another list of best shows you might have missed. Netflix periodically changes up its line-up of programs, but its excellent originals stick around. Hopefully you'll find a hidden gem or two here to keep you entertained at home. Now playing: Watch this: What's new to stream for March 2021 2:09 Read more : Bridgerton: That ending explained and all your questions answered CNET Culture Entertain your brain with the coolest news from space to superheroes, memes to robots. Call My Agent! Netflix Thinking about dipping your toe into more of Netflix's international content? French comedy Call My Agent! hosts an ever-growing list of famous actors playing themselves, from French stars to Americans like Sigourney Weaver (!) in the latter seasons. But we look … [Read more...] about 56 of the best TV shows to binge-watch on Netflix
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Bath bombs: they're not just for baths anymore. Thanks to "professional Lush enthusiast" @therosequeenn , the famed beauty products have taken on a purpose beyond making your bathwater smell like lavender. @Therosequeenn, whose real name is Andrea, films herself chopping up bath bombs for her Instagram. Don't worry; it's not as traumatizing as it sounds. In fact, the videos are incredibly satisfying — in a candle-carving , makeup-destroying , DIY-sliming kind of way. SEE ALSO: DIY Slime: Instagram's Most Satisfying Trend In each video, Andrea uses a knife to cut a bath bomb into relatively even slices. Then, she makes another set of lengthwise cuts and voilà! The bath bomb is a set of cuboid chunks. A post shared by ∘Andrea∘♚ (@therosequeenn) on Oct 16, 2017 at 1:20pm PDT So what makes these videos so damn good? According to commenters, it's about texture, sound, and symmetry. On Instagram, several people praised the way Andrea's knife cuts … [Read more...] about Watching bath bombs get chopped up is surprisingly satisfying
There is something undeniably mesmerizing about watching our favorite dishes made in their teeniest, tiniest form. From fancy Italian dishes to dessert specialties, there are so many mini food videos it's hard to know where to start. SEE ALSO: Baby snake holding tiny toy donut is unexpectedly cute Fear not - we've rounded up all the best tiny foods videos from around the web for your viewing pleasure. Tiny Lasagna This tiny lasagna is not only adorable, but it actually looks delicious. Mini Macaroni and Cheese This video had us at the five noodles...and the tiny cheese grater. Tiny steak and asparagus Welcome to a tiny fancy restaurant. Miniature barbecue A cheeseburger, potato salad, coleslaw, and cake all in one? This video is the tiny food Mecca. Behold: tiny donuts Here's a portion size we'd never feel guilty about. Or maybe you'd rather a tiny cake: What starts off as one slice of bread becomes a beautiful mini creation. … [Read more...] about Prepare to be entranced by these tiny cooking videos
The iPhone 12 is Apple’s smartphone standard bearer for 2021, and the phone that will tick the most boxes for the most people. But it’s not for everyone. As we noted in our review, the iPhone 12 is more expensive than its predecessor the iPhone 11 , which was hardly cheap itself. There are some, too, who will lament Apple’s continued move towards ever larger displays. For those who are operating on a strict budget, or who simply prefer the compact iPhone designs of yesteryear, there’s the iPhone SE (2020) . Having launched in the same year as the iPhone 12, it’s scarcely any older, and it’s still being offered as new. Here’s how this odd smartphone couple match up. iPhone 12 vs iPhone SE (2020) price and availability The iPhone 12 landed in shops on October 23, 2020. Prices kicked off at $799 / £799 / AU$1,349 for the 64GB model, and progressed up to $849 / £849 / AU$1,429 for 128GB and $949 / £949 / AU$1,599 for 256GB. The 64GB iPhone SE 2020 launched on April … [Read more...] about iPhone 12 vs iPhone SE (2020): double the price, double the phone?
How It's Made is the best show on television, and that's an objective fact. Fine, it's subjective, but my opinion remains the same. It's the (very safe-for-work) r/powerwashingporn of television in that it's boring, but comforting. I credit it with leading me to my number one favorite way to waste time on the internet: candle carving videos. SEE ALSO: 15 Power-Washing Porn Pics for Clean Satisfaction While perusing ripped How It's Made clips on YouTube one night in 2015, I came across one that highlighted the old craft of decorative, carved candles . In the clip, a skilled candlemaker turns a blob of warm wax into the kind of candle you might find in a display case in your aunt's living room. In just a few minutes, the carver carves ribbons of wax, a teeny windmill, flowers and birds. She even forms the leftover wax into candle shaped like a mushroom! It's delightful! In Cut & Carve Candles: Beautiful Candles to Dip, Carve, Twist & Curl , author Dana … [Read more...] about PSA: Candle-carving videos are the absolute best way to waste time on the internet