Spring Break is that special time of year when young adults all over America get their first taste of total freedom, and the alcohol poisoning that goes with it.
During Spring Break, students seem to leave their brain in their dorms because making mistakes is half the fun! Just be sure not to post photographic evidence of it all over your Facebook wall. While it may be cool to you and your bros, a potential boss may not be so amused by it. Read more…
Oh hello, it seems you’ve caught me and my two gals having ourselves a little festivity, in honor of it being the summer solstice. We love putting on our party hats and celebrating the changing seasons. Who wouldn’t? Nature’s bounty is before us, as are my fabulous poodles. [AnimalsHavingParties]
Why do they even bother with bunnies on Easter? Unless, English Angora rabbits were the official Easter bunnies, then I would understand. But they’re not. Regular rabbits are, which aren’t nearly as fluffy in the face. I’m not a “squee-er.” In fact, I hate that word, but you can’t deny puppies with bunny ears. You just can’t. Actually, this is more than just an Easter video. Watch it year-round if you’re pissed about anything. Oh, and have a very Happy Puppy Easter! [You Tube]
“Disney Park Confessions” is a Tumblr blog documenting, well, confessions about Disney theme parks. When I first heard about it, I assumed there would be a lot of people admitting to doing naughty stuff in the Epcot bathrooms, but most of the confessions are a lot more innocent–and a lot weirder–than that. Click through for a roundup of some of my favorites… [Disney Park Confessions]
Participating in the Hipster Hunger Games might be no big deal if you’ve, like, already been a raw vegan or whatever. But for the rest of us who are off in our overly expensive apartments downing PBRs and listening to that really cool band you haven’t heard of yet, it’s going to be kind of tough out there. So you’d better watch this video from “District Silverlake” and prepare for the inevitable. “The Hipster Hunger Games: May the trends be ever in your favor.” [YouTube]
I do enjoy going to museums and galleries to get a closer look at art, whether it’s an iconic masterpiece produced by a long-dead Renaissance man or a modern work by an up-and-comer, but truth be told, I’m also lazy. Of course, some of the most amazing museums are right here in New York City, but $20+ price of admission and a long hike uptown are two factors that invariably make me want to gag. I fantasize about one day strolling through, say, the Château de Chantilly or the Leopold in Vienna, but those dreams are intangible for now.
Thankfully, the fine people at Google, bless them, have established what I think to be one of the most truly innovative ideas on the web: the Google Art Project, which allows users to look at works of art from galleries all over the world. Keep reading »