We've all been a part of group chats, some last forever and others are destined to live in the abyss of the scrolled down area of whatsapp. There's some generally unspoken rules and principles behind creating and maintaining them, but what if these have more in global politics than we think?
The use of certain words over time can be radically varied based on music and other elements of culture. Some start off ironic before transitioning into the mainstream vernacular. AK learns for the first time about his confronting yet surprisingly accurate nickname in London.
A close call with a catfish (where in fact the person wasn't actually a catfish) leads to a discussion of just how normalised meeting random strangers off the internet has become. Jarrod invents a concept that could change online dating forever.
"Singing the praises of German automotive engineering" is how the rap genius plugin describes the song lyrics: "In a German, In a German, In a German whip". This isn't an isolated occurrence as repetitive rap songs start to dominate the global charts.
AK, for once, manages to wake up in the single digits of the weekend mornings on consecutive days and feels good about being seen as a high achiever of society. Drawing inspiration of how others in the past have previously managed to change perceptions of themselves for the better (notably Justin Bieber and Jesus Christ), AK ponders how he might be able to reshape his image as a productive morning person.