The weather is finally warming up, and skirt season has officially commenced! Personally, I’m not a big fan of pants, so this is always an exciting time of year for me. But along with the fashion and temperature benefits of skirt season comes a whirlwind of frustration, discomfort and girl problems. As I learned yesterday when Inappropriate Subway Man was disgustingly grazing my upper leg, there are quite a few unspoken downsides to letting your legs out for air. Here are 16 I think we can all agree on… Keep reading »
You’re an adult now. It’s time to stop jotting things down on receipts and scraps of paper you found in your junk drawer. Whether you’re a writer who always needs a notebook handy, a dreamer who finds inspiration in everyday life or just your average on-the-move guy or gal, your daily musings and messages deserve to live in a real journal (and no, stacks of napkins do not count). We found 10 awesome journals with statements of their own to help you get organized, and may even inspire you to clean out that junk drawer. Click through the gallery to check ‘em out!
The beauty of being a grown-up is that when you get cravings, you have the ability and means to drive yourself to the store (or, in my case, McDonald’s) to immediately satisfy those cravings. No such luck for three-year-old Connor.
When young Connor found himself without pancakes, he felt his only solution was to punch his brother Aiden in hopes that their father would immediately deliver him a platter of flapjacks. Needless to say, it did not work. Somehow, as his brother flinched and cried in pain, Connor managed to explain his dire situation very calmly to his dad, the whole time keeping the focus on the real problem at hand: he still has no pancakes.
I get it, dude. I have that same struggle every Friday night after I leave the bar.
When I was just a young, crayon-happy little blondie, my mother thought it was the cutest thing when I drew on anything— even more so when I signed my work with a backwards ‘K’ and upside-down ‘E’. The less legible it was, the more precious. Unfortunately, one Chinese businessman will no longer experience that joy when his four-year-old son puts pen to paper.
The aforementioned little boy, who was accompanying his dad on a business trip to South Korea, had a grand old time doodling all over his father’s passport when his dad was busy working. And this kid went to TOWN with his Sharpie. He turned his father into a hairy-looking demon man, drew what I can only assume to be some sort of cat and other blob people with lots of dark, rough squiggles that suggest he may be having some bad dreams lately. But that’s beside the point. Keep reading »
If you’re sick of watching porn and having to lower the volume for fear that your roommate/partner/neighbors will hear all of those sensual moans and groans, have we got good news for you! Keep reading »