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I want to have karaoke night with these syrup containers from IHOP

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A nice karaoke night is a tried-and-true way to blow off some steam. The wonderful thing about karaoke? Anyone can do it. Even the primary skill you “need” to do karaoke — singing — is actually totally optional.

Turns out, you can even do karaoke if you are a bottle of syrup. What’s more, people will love it, which is what Jake Guthrie found out when he tweeted a video of an IHOP syrup bottle chorus “lip-syncing” (spout-syncing?) to “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

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I want to have karaoke night with these syrup containers from IHOP

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A nice karaoke night is a tried-and-true way to blow off some steam. The wonderful thing about karaoke? Anyone can do it. Even the primary skill you “need” to do karaoke — singing — is actually totally optional.

Turns out, you can even do karaoke if you are a bottle of syrup. What’s more, people will love it, which is what Jake Guthrie found out when he tweeted a video of an IHOP syrup bottle chorus “lip-syncing” (spout-syncing?) to “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

SEE ALSO: It’s…

I want to have karaoke night with these syrup containers from IHOP

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A nice karaoke night is a tried-and-true way to blow off some steam. The wonderful thing about karaoke? Anyone can do it. Even the primary skill you “need” to do karaoke — singing — is actually totally optional.

Turns out, you can even do karaoke if you are a bottle of syrup. What’s more, people will love it, which is what Jake Guthrie found out when he tweeted a video of an IHOP syrup bottle chorus “lip-syncing” (spout-syncing?) to “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

SEE ALSO: It’s…

LGBTQ youth need a proper sex education, too

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The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2.0, Mashable explores the state of sex ed and imagines a future where digital innovations are used to teach consent, sex positivity, respect, and responsibility.


After going through the grueling process of coming out to his friends and family in high school, Sean Joyce, a senior at Pace University, remembered finally coming to terms with his sexuality. Although he learned how to feel…

LGBTQ youth need a proper sex education, too

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The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2.0, Mashable explores the state of sex ed and imagines a future where digital innovations are used to teach consent, sex positivity, respect, and responsibility.


After going through the grueling process of coming out to his friends and family in high school, Sean Joyce, a senior at Pace University, remembered finally coming to terms with his sexuality. Although he learned how to feel…

LGBTQ youth need a proper sex education, too

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The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2.0, Mashable explores the state of sex ed and imagines a future where digital innovations are used to teach consent, sex positivity, respect, and responsibility.


After going through the grueling process of coming out to his friends and family in high school, Sean Joyce, a senior at Pace University, remembered finally coming to terms with his sexuality. Although he learned how to feel…

LGBTQ youth need a proper sex education, too

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The internet has changed how kids learn about sex, but sex ed in the classroom still sucks. In Sex Ed 2.0, Mashable explores the state of sex ed and imagines a future where digital innovations are used to teach consent, sex positivity, respect, and responsibility.


After going through the grueling process of coming out to his friends and family in high school, Sean Joyce, a senior at Pace University, remembered finally coming to terms with his sexuality. Although he learned how to feel…

China is capable of destabilizing or destroying Bitcoin, new research suggests

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In 2008, Bitcoin was envisioned by its pseudonymous founder Satoshi Nakamoto as a trustless, decentralized peer-to-peer electronic cash system. 

Ten years and numerous crazy price jumps later, Bitcoin appears to have withstood the test of time. But is it really decentralized and thus resilient to attacks?

A new paper, signed by researchers from from Princeton University and Florida International University, suggests that Bitcoin is largely at the whim of one powerful entity: China. 

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China is capable of destabilizing or destroying Bitcoin, new research suggests

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In 2008, Bitcoin was envisioned by its pseudonymous founder Satoshi Nakamoto as a trustless, decentralized peer-to-peer electronic cash system. 

Ten years and numerous crazy price jumps later, Bitcoin appears to have withstood the test of time. But is it really decentralized and thus resilient to attacks?

A new paper, signed by researchers from from Princeton University and Florida International University, suggests that Bitcoin is largely at the whim of one powerful entity: China. 

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4 toys to give kids a head start in STEM without screen time

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Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2018 and we have the entire internet to contend with.


Buzzwords like “STEM” and “STEAM” are everywhere these days. When it comes to educating young minds, learning these skills — science, technology, engineering, art, and math — can help prepare budding minds for the future workforce. More specifically, coding…