I love you more than HazMat protective suits. More than smoking meth with my buddies in my parent’s abandoned house. More than even Skylar loves money laundering through the car wash. Yes, my love for you is breaking bad. That’s why I hope you’ll accept this “Breaking Bad” V-Day card. We’ve got crazy chemistry, bitch. [Butthorn]
So, apparently this video is a few months old, but I don’t care — YouTube user astrorice is an amazingly articulate and wise 13-year-old girl who impressed the pants off of us with her critical analysis of slut-shaming and rape culture. Astrorice, you inspire! Please watch, learn, and share. [YouTube]
Well, well, holy nerds, what do we have here? It appears that a bunch of bros have discovered an untapped niche — the plaid shirt-wearing demo. And here, they rap all about their love for the ubiquitous pattern. I’ll just be over here in the corner eating a P’Zone and crying on the inside. [YouTube]
The Internet has finally folded in on itself and pooped out the daddy of all Shit People Say videos: stuff that absolutely nobody in their right mind would ever say. I mean, nobody in the history of ever has actually wanted to burn a copy of a Nickelback CD, right? [YouTube]
Parenting, you’re doing it wrong. In one corner, we have Joan Barnett, a New York City schools employee, who was fired this week, after it was discovered that she faked her daughter’s death in order to extend her Costa Rican vacation. In the other corner, we have Brigit Hippen, of Hutchinson, Kansas, whose infant daughter died after she left a hairdryer running in the child’s crib to keep her warm on a cold night.
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A jewelry store in Greenpoint, Brooklyn (where I live!) is getting the gasface because of a pair of earrings it’s selling. The earrings (pictured), sold at Bejeweled, are being called Nazi earrings, but guess what people? They’re not. Already the story’s appeared on Refinery 29 and in The New York Daily News, with Jewish leaders like State Assemblyman Dov Hikind calling the sale of the earrings “sick, insulting” and “degrading.” Keep reading »