A few days ago, I learned that a childhood friend of mine was pregnant and found myself unexpectedly exuberant over the idea of buying mini-things for a mini (and quite possibly bald) person who is to arrive in Arizona sometime around the ides of March. I thought this tiny soul should own my mini “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” shirt that I once dressed my cat Moskow in and an outfit that made him look like a panda, and my heart started racing in a new unfamiliar way. Lately, I feel like that female caricature that walks around with a cartoon clock ticking over her head and thinks her ovaries are a worthy dinner topic. I see a baby and I involuntarily gurgle, or at the very least talk in the same intonation I use for my cats (pitched perfectly high for their tiny little ears). In order to combat what can only be described as a genealogical disorder (i.e., the desire to have a baby before you have a mortgage), I have taken to interviewing women I know who have children. Keep reading »
It’s really easy to get a case of the earring blahs. You love a pair so much that you wear them everyday until they become boring to you. These Rosey Remedies Earrings will take care of your ailment, though. The mixed media — silver, black plastic, rhinestones, and faux pearls — all clustered together give the earrings a one-of-a-kind vintage feel. Yet, you can afford this treatment, even if you’re not insured.
Well, isn’t this disturbing? Copyranter says it’s an ad for Gossip News Magazine, which is maybe in Uruguay? In any case, the tag line reads, “The Other Side of News,” but the visual seems to suggest Lindsay Lohan needs to get her head screwed on straight. Finally, an ad we can agree with! [Copyranter] Keep reading »
Here’s another to add to the growing list of insanely cute marriage proposal videos
. (Keep up the good work, guys!) In this clip, a group of nerds somehow arrange some 100 cell phones so that they play wedding music and put on a sweet light show for one dude’s girlfriend. Trust us, it’ll make you smile. [Gizmodo
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Behold the first public Twitter booth brought to you by the Russians. R.I.P. phone booths. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »