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April, 2021

There’s a name for the blah you’re feeling; it’s called languishing, so this Animal Feed comes as an antidote loaded with social media insights, F*cking Good Pizza, robots, feet, Mads Mikkelsen, and an armored knight determined to protect our safety. Sometimes you don’t need a knight or an armor to feel safe, sometimes you just need an Alber Elbaz chiffon dress.

1. Despite a string of controversies and negative sentiments about certain aspects of social media, roughly seven-in-ten Americans say they ever use any kind of social media site. The elderly love Zuckerberg and, in an effort to expand, Facebook is building an Instagram for kids under 13. (What can go wrong?) Sir Tim Apple, with an opposing vision for the future of the internet, strikes back with a brand-new privacy policyPew Research Center

2. We fell into the F*cking Good Pizza scheme, and the quest to find the origin of the place led us to a sketchy corner of the internet and a much more thorough investigation by Emily Friedlander. Vice

3. Adding is favored over subtracting in problem-solving. People (other people, not us) are more likely to consider solutions that add features than solutions that remove them, even when removing features is more efficient. Less is more. Nature

4. A conversation with the best dancer of all villains or why Mads Mikkelsen makes everything better. Vulture

5. Teaching a robot dog to pee beer is proof that the human race could achieve anything and also that we have trouble prioritizing. YouTube

EXTRA. Anthony Vaccarello wonders who won’t feel weird wearing a party dress in 2021; we know who we are. Michael Kors lights up Broadway and goes No Filter with NaomiThis cat doesn’t exist, but this one followed hikers to a 10,000-foot-tall summitAn interview with the man who keeps uploading feet to WikifeetTony Blair rocks a mullet while others repurpose horse tranquilizers as a healthy life choice. We (and perhaps Leanne Ford) will celebrate the whitest paint ever created until the next Animal Feed. It would’ve been the coolest thing of the year if it wasn’t for our press kit for Mans AW21/22—it comes with sunrises, sunsets, a tornado, and a playlist.

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