On this edition of Shift, we meet real life dolls - young women who don't want to act their age. We also take a look at interactive gravestones and head to the Netherlands in Exit to go cookie-hunting.
Real Life Dolls are young women who dress like dolls or Manga characters and share make-up advice in YouTube videos. Someof them have become international stars.
Venus Palermo from Switzerland makes herself up to look like a doll - she wants to look child-like and innocent as a statement against what she sees as an overly sexualized world. There's also a movement of young women who undergo cosmetic surgery in order to look as much like Barbie dolls as possible.
A growing number of stonemasons around the world are making interactive headstones featuring QR codes that allow the bereaved to call up memories of their lost loved ones with a Smartphone.
While Asia introduced "Quick Response" (QR) on headstones some time ago, Germany is still trailing behind. The only headstone in the country adorned with a QR code is in a private cemetery in North Rhine Westphalia. It was designed by Andreas Rosenkranz, a Cologne-based stone mason who's campaigning for a more contemporary approach to gravestones.
Dutch filmmaker Jelle van Dun is mad about traditional Dutch spicy cookies - but in his stop trick clip, he can never quite get his hands on them. He has own YouTube channel featuring about 50 videos which have been watched by over 1,5 million users.