Karina Garcia is the "slime queen" of the Internet, and she would take that as a compliment, as the 23-year-old former waitress is making six-figures a month with her YouTube do-it-yourself slime videos, according to CNBC. Garcia has posted more than 200 videos on YouTube, showing her 7 million subscribers how to make a $1,000 slime smoothie, edible snow slime, slime balloons, and slime bubblegum, to name a few, the cable business channel said. The Riverside, California, millennial has gone from taking her slimy hobby part time to a full-time venture as advertisers pay her big bucks to advertise on her YouTube channel....


Karina Garcia is known as the internet's "slime queen" — and that's a big compliment. In less than three years, the 23-year-old has turned her one-time hobby — posting DIY slime videos to YouTube — into a full-time career, and gone from waitressing to making millions. For those who don't know, slime — the kind Garcia whips up — is no longer something you dig out of a clogged drain. It's a puffy, viscous, often pastel-colored craft that you can make at home using Elmer's glue, water, 20 Mule Team Borax and the instructions of one of the internet's growing...


If you're wondering why this year's Shorty Awards will be unlike any other, then Gregory Galant, the co-founder of The Shorty Awards and MuckRack CEO, is here to tell you. Galant spoke with Elite Daily about its Creator of the Decade award and why it's the newest achievement to be recognized at this year's show. "While 10 years only represents an insignificant fraction of the time we humans have been in existence, it's a tremendous portion of the time we've been able to create content for a global audience, without the approval of a gatekeeper," Galant explains. "In fact, many of our...


Ellen and Reese Witherspoon Get Slimed YouTube star Karina Garcia taught Ellen and Reese Witherspoon how to make the perfect slime.


Read about Karina's Journey of becoming the "Slime Queen"