“We are constantly told to buy more, buy, buy, buy! But do we really need it?”…
I’m always looking for motivational words to get me through the day, but I’ll be damned if I’m told one more time by some feel-good sign to “Live, Laugh, Love,” because what does that even mean? Click through for a few not-so-corny (well, somewhat less corny anyway) inspirational fodder for your home.
Is it a boy? A girl? A potato?
Bonus points for that brow cred.
Somebody call the wahmbulance.
If you’ve spent any time on the internet in the past few years, you probably recognize Damon C. Scott, whose viral vocals on the New York City subway have been uploaded to YouTube more times than anyone can count. He’s known for his stirring cover of Adele’s “Someone Like You,” but what most YouTube viewers don’t see…
Baby’s first boar bristle!
Their mother gets a lot of credit for her excellent taste, but Sasha and Malia Obama make just as iconic style choices as the First Lady. At the very least, I certainly wouldn’t hate having them go through my closet. Click through for 16 of the Obama
girls ladies’ most legendary style moments…
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I no longer have cats of my own, but I am extreme BFFs with the bodega cat who lives down the street from my apartment. If I were allowed to borrow her for an afternoon and take her home with me, I’d buy one of these fancy feline hoodies for the sole purpose of cuddling with her.
But still no cancellation yet.
If he put a love child in her, I will never forgive him.
It seems like every time I turn on HGTV, I’m greeted by another grinning couple on the screen showing off their 250-square foot house that they cram themselves and their three small children into, proudly declaring they are part of the “small house movement.” Despite their tiny digs, these people are always, always, very financially comfortable. Rich, even.
It’s not just concealer, it’s a MAGIC ELIXIR.
And they’re getting paid $7.5 million to write it.
Stabbing me right in the feels.
Who needs South Beach when you have “Shake It Off”?
THE PLOT THICKENS.
You can take the girl out of Michigan, but I’m not so sure you can ever take the Michigan out of the girl. I never thought this would be the case when I first left home, but the deeper I delve into building a life here on the East Coast, the harder I stubbornly cling to my…