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The Marvel Cinematic Universe came to a head at the end of Phase Three, which featured The Russo Brothers’ pair of Avengers movies. Both Infinity War and Endgame were massive ensemble pieces, with the latter movie providing an end to beloved characters like Iron Man, Black Widow, and Captain America. And while Endgame has been universally acclaimed and is currently the highest grossing movie of all time, fans recently noticed a goof in the movie related to Chris Evans’ signature hero.

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YETI’s Ice Pink Color Collection Has The Cutest Cooler For Your Fall Road Trip

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If you’re embarking on a road trip this fall, it’s no secret that snacks are a major part of the overall appeal. They’ll be Insta-ready and well taken care of, thanks to YETI’s ice pink color collection. It has some of the cutest coolers that are both functional and picture-perfect. The collection includes a hard cooler where you can store all your food, plus cute tumblers and travel cups to enjoy a few Pumpkin Spice Lattes along the way. And if you take your best fluffy friend along for the fun, the collection even features coordinating pink bowls.

The best part about this new drop is the gorgeous pink hue. The icey color is inspired by the alpenglow that occurs first thing in the morning over the snowy Vancouver Island mountains, according to YETI. The exquisite sight happens when the sunrise gives the white snow a pink tint. Just like the ice pink glow only happens for a limited moment, this collection is only around for a limited-run. That means you’ll want to think pink and stock up while you can.

Get yourself a cooler that’ll keep your apple cider cold on long road trips up north or a lunchbox that’ll store all your pumpkin spice snacks for a hiking day trip. Whatever your fall plans are, any one of these eight ice pink YETI items will make your adventures even cooler.

1. This Roadie Hard Cooler

This pink cooler is the ultimate road trip companion. It’s lightweight, sleek, and ready for an Instagram close-up. It’ll keep your refreshments cool and snacks fresh for your adventure, and even fit behind the passenger’s or driver’s seat of your car.

2. This Daytrip Lunch Bag

Going for a quick day trip to check out the foliage? Well, pack along some tasty snacks and put them in this cute lunch bag. This fold-and-go bag design is perfect for any fall adventure you have planned, like a picnic with your partner. The insulated interior is meant to keep your food fresh for hours, so there’s no need to rush the fun.

3. This Daytrip Lunch Box

This lunch box has a water-resistant exterior that’s down for your outdoor adventures. That means your tasty sandwiches, granola bars, and chips will remain intact after hiking up a mountain to check out the surrounding views.

4. This Can Insulator

You never knew you needed this handy dandy can insulator. Pack along your fave 12oz slim can of seltzer or apple cider, because it’ll stay cool for hours in this insulator.

5. This Travel Bottle With A Cap

Anyone with wanderlust needs to have a reusable travel bottle on hand. This particular Rambler from YETI is perfect for people who love to hike and explore the great outdoors. The cap comes with an on-the-go handle, and when removed, reveals a convenient spout design. It comes in both an 18oz size and 26oz size.

6. This Travel Mug With A Lid

If your go-to fall drink is a Pumpkin Spice Latte, you’ll definitely want to get yourself this Rambler Mug. It comes with a handle that’s great for sippin’ selfies and a standard lid when you’re on the go. The insulation design is meant to keep your contents either hot or cold, so use your mug for warm pumpkin-flavored drinks and cinnamon oatmeal or iced chai lattes and your fave throwback cereal.

7. This Travel Tumbler With A Lid

Get yourself a tumbler that can go along for the ride. This Rambler Tumbler is perfect for road trips with your roomies. Not only does it have a MagSlider™ Lid for safe sipping while you’re on the go, but also a double-wall vacuum insulation. That way your hands won’t get cold or hot whenever you want to take a sip.

8. This Dog Bowl

Bring along your pup for the journey and make sure they stay hydrated with this dog bowl. There are two sizes of the Boomer Dog Bowl — four-cup or an eight-cup — depending on the size of your best furry friend.

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30 Times People Spotted Influencers Ridiculously Taking Pics And Submitted Evidence To This ‘Influencers In The Wild’ IG Account (New Pics)

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The modern world has a weird relationship with influencers. Some people love ‘em. Some hate ‘em. Others love to hate them (or hate that they love them). Whichever group you think you’re a part of, there’s little denying that influencers are here to stay in some shape or form for good. But they don’t lead the ‘perfect’ lives they want you to think they do. In fact, seeing how they act in their natural environment might just break every single illusion you ever had about them. That’s where the immensely popular ‘Influencers in the Wild’ Instagram account comes in.

The 3.5-million-follower-strong account is dedicated to collecting the quirky, goofy, and embarrassing side of influencers. Scroll down to see just how ridiculous these ‘perfect’ influencers can be, and upvote your fave pics and videos. You can find Bored Panda’s earlier post about ‘Influencers in the Wild’ right here.

Bored Panda wanted to learn more about the recent changes in the influencer industry, so we reached out to Brooke Erin Duffy, an associate professor at Cornell University who studies the intersection of media, culture, and technology. Read on for her insights!

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Duffy from Cornell University said that the coronavirus pandemic has sparked two interrelated responses in the influencer industry, neither of which is entirely new.

“The first involves ringing the death knell on influencers because of brands’ dwindling advertising budgets; the second stems from the belief that aspirational imagery and markers of privilege are less and less relevant in a moment of widespread social and economic upheaval,” she explained.

“The latter response, crucially, seems to be especially gendered. Indeed, while women influencers have long faced backlash for being what audiences deem inauthentic, excessively self-promotional, or ‘fake,’ the critical blowback seems to have intensified in the wake of the pandemic.”

According to Duffy, most of the influencers she’s interviewed believe that their careers are “profoundly unstable as they at the whims of audiences, advertisers, and crucially, platforms’ algorithms.”

The pandemic has exacerbated these issues and has caused some influencers to branch out and develop “different vestiges of their brand persona, most especially on TikTok.”

Duffy added that wider popular culture appears to be centered around influencers’ claims to authenticity or realness. “Photo manipulation has a long history in the media and advertising industries, but the critiques of influencers’ alleged photoshopping is deeply individual and hence personal,” she said.

The ‘Influencers in the Wild’ social media project was started on January 10, 2020. By the end of the month, it had already grown to 695k followers. Now, there’s over 3.5 million of them and the community just keeps on growing. Its success could be attributed to the fact that it posts honest, unfiltered content and asks its community to actively participate in what gets shown.

Forbes explains that influencer marketing is very powerful because it lets brands promote themselves directly to the target audience in a post-TV world where social media is more and more widely used. Marketing products through influencers is a question of trust and getting potential consumers to believe the illusion that social media stars actually like the product they’re advertising.

However, the influencer industry has been hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, forcing them to adapt. Economic difficulties mean that some brands have less money to advertise through influencers. Meanwhile, events continue to be canceled and travel isn’t as easy as it used to be. Travel and fashion influencers aren’t doing so well anymore.

However, other influencers saw a surge in attention during the pandemic. Categories like at-home fitness, gardening (or rather plantfluencing), and cooking took off as people are spending more time at home and are concerned about their health. Also, more social media stars are foregoing support from brands and marketing their own services. Now those are the kinds of influencers we can get behind. But it’d still be fun to see how they act in the wild, too!

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Blac Chyna Flaunts Her Status In Her Opulent Video For ‘My Word’ Featuring Too Short

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Blac Chyna is an actor, makeup brand founder, and star of her very own TV show, The Real Blac Chyna, whose second season is currently in production. But that’s not all. As of 2017, Chyna is also a rapper. Having released her debut single this past summer, she shared her song “My Word” this week alongside an opulent video.

The video finds Chyna tapping Too Short, Keak Da Sneak, and makeup mogul and YouTuber Jeffree Star. Chyna flaunts her wealth, cars, and Birkin bags while delivering verses about enjoying the finer things in life. “I’m rocking sh*t you b*tchеs never evеn heard,” she raps.

Ahead of the video’s release, Chyna sat down with Uproxx to discuss her semi-recent pivot to rap. While she’s put out a handful of singles so far, an album is not yet in the works:

“No, I’m not going to do an album right now. I’m just focusing on singles because I want people to understand that I’m serious about this and I want to put out visuals with each song that I put out so they can get used to my sound and they know, ‘Okay. Chyna’s taking it serious and she’s not just doing this because she’s old Blac Chyna,’ or anything like that. I’m just taking the proper steps to let people know, ‘Hey, I’m serious about this and this is something I want to do and I’m passionate about it.’

Watch Blac Chyna’s “My Word” above.

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