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There was a soda jerk themed ice cream social in our office today! We got to make our own ice cream sundaes and wear funny hats. I bet that didn’t happen in Jamaica, Amelia. Click through to see what we wore to the party.
Back in 2008, Courtney Love claimed that someone had stolen Kurt Cobain’s ashes. A possible explanation for the missing remains may be contained in the pages of Nick Strauss’ book, Everybody Loves You When You Are Dead. The music reporter wrote that Courtney contemplated snorting Kurt’s ashes like cocaine. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? She might have pulled a Keith Richards. He admitted to snorting his late father’s ashes in his autobiography. That can’t be right. [Dlisted, Celebrity Mound]
Happy last day of August! Crap, I can’t believe it’s the last day of August! Where did the summer go? We are scrambling to get some last-minute use out of our warm-weather wardrobes, especially Amelia who is sitting on a beach in Jamaica. I’ll admit it, I’m jealous. Click through to check out our ensembles.
Gather ’round children and I will tell you the tale of old William Picklefingers. Legend has it that after burning his hands on the stove, he plunged them into a jar of pickles to ease the pain. When he pulled them out, his fingers had magically turned into delicious dills! These plastic pickle fingers are exact replica’s of Willy P’s! I swear! And they only cost $4.95 for a set of five! I don’t want flowers. I want a man who is willing to spring for pickle fingers AND show up wearing them on a first date. I would probably fall in love with. We should make dating more fun again by bringing back practical jokes. Like back in middle school, when a spitball launched at your head was the international sign for “I want to go with you.” Very romantic. [World Of Wonder] Keep reading »
Love it, hate it, or feel meh about online dating, if you play the game, you may find yourself in some awkward scenarios you failed to consider. And when I say game, I mean “Magic: The Gathering”. Say for instance, that you meet someone online who just happens to be a blogger. When you go on a date with The Blogger, you reveal your status as the world champion of “Magic.” I suppose you had considered that The Blogger may write about the experience. But not in an completely crappy, privacy-busting way, mentioning your first and last name for all the world wide web to gawk at. My apologies to the man who found himself in this awkward scenario. Just for the record, Jon and I were born in the same town in the same year. I know this because his date also posted his Wikipedia page. Hey, I’ll bet our parents know each other! But I digress. After the jump, some more weird situations you might find yourself in if you dare to date online. Keep reading »