Today's Hot Extra comes from the video for Fun.'s song We Are Young, which is only an okay song:
As an anthem, it doesn't have the same power as, say, Wavin' Flag or anything, but it's still better than Pumped Up Kicks, in the ranking of anthems/hot songs. If it matters to you, apparently the video is supposed to be an allegory of losing one's virginity, if comments on Youtube are correctly interpreting it.
As for the girl, I'm not exactly sure who she is. The question Who is the girl in the We Are Young video was asked on Yahoo! Answers, and the answers:
She's the image of porn star Lindsey Strutt.
Look at the video info. I LOVe fun. Omg im seeing them in march
Show why we are ranked about 375th in the world in terms of intelligence and productivity. Seriously, why log in to provide an answer if you don't know it?
Also: who knows what porn stars look like by heart?
So instead, I did a Google Image search of that picture up there to see what happens with that, but it was taking forever to load the image, so I gave up and instead watched this video of what happens when you do a Google Image search of a transparency, and then search that, and so on, recursiving yourself back to the dawn of time, or something:
Pretty cool stuff.
By that time, my image search had loaded and given me these results:
And if you look closely you'll see that some of those results are robots of some sort, and clicking that image led me to a site written entirely in a foreign language that featured pictures of robot action figures and umbrellas:
But they're scary foreign umbrellas, not good God-fearing American umbrellas, so I got really worried about what my search results might lead me to. Could I, by trying to figure out who this girl was, accidentally uncover some sort of Chinese plot to invade us with nonwaterproofed robots that require umbrellas to protect them from the rain, umbrellas which would (naturally) be equipped with pull-out swords?
I mean, if that's the case, don't I have a duty to try to figure out what that site says so that I can spread the word about the Swordfighting Chinese Robot Invasion, since Ron Paul's campaign literature doesn't mention that enough already?
So I was fully prepared to learn Mandarin Chinese and translate that page, but two things happened:
(v) I thought "What if that girl's not even 18? That makes this the creepiest possible way to spend a Saturday morning." and
(brown) Mr Bunches announced that he wanted to go play skee-ball, which sounded pretty fun to me.