If we lived in Hungary, we might be celebrating Easter by getting buckets of water dumped on us. “The watering of the girls” is a fertility ritual where girls dress in traditional garb and men pour buckets of water on them as they pass. Kind of like a Christian wet T-shirt contest. As fun as that sounds, I think I’d rather paint my nails pastel and throw back a few Cadbury Creme Eggs in honor of Christ’s resurrection. [MSNBC] Keep reading »
Craziest. School. Project. Ever.
Gaby Rodriguz, a high school girl in Washington, faked a pregnancy for six months of her senior year as part of a school project on stereotypes. For the past six months, students at Toppenish High School in Washington thought Rodriguez, 17, was pregnant. Only her mother, her boyfriend, the principal, her best friend, a sibling, and a few teachers knew Gaby’s pregnancy was a fake. Keep reading »
Have a piece of Peep-za pizza pie! (And then say that five times fast.) How gross does this thing look? Pizza Hut’s food labs cooked up this pastel pizza made of Peeps and jelly beans to horrify us all before Easter. My teeth hurt just looking at it. [Foodbeast via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Holy “Twilight“-ization of pop culture, Edward Cullen! Vampires are used to sell everything nowadays — even teeth-cleaning. The UK’s National Health Service debuted a bodice-heaving, undead-themed commercial to lure toothy British dudes to the dentist. (According to Yahoo, 16- to 34-year-old men “are notoriously lax about their dental appointments.” Ack! These guys should come with warning labels.) As much as I think vampires are over, this ad is super-clever, no? [Yahoo] Keep reading »