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]
Have a great time partying it up this New Year’s Eve. You won’t see me there.
Instead of getting wildly drunk and making out with a random stranger, I’m going to do what I’ve done for the last four years: I’m skipping New Year’s.
There will be no wild parties with fireworks inside (yes, something that actually happened at one of my New Year’s Eve parties several years ago, and no, it wasn’t a good idea), I’ve taken to sharing the holiday ensconced in the woods with one of my close friends. Keep reading »
While sexy paper underwear may seem impractical, theyâ€™ve been selling like hot cakes in Kuala Lampur! The Chinese population in Malaysia just celebrated their â€œday of the deadâ€, the Qingming Festival, this past Friday. The holiday is commemorated with burnt offerings made at the graves of deceased relatives. And apparently this is the only time itâ€™s socially acceptable to buy risquÃ© panties for your granny, since the goal is to furnish your late family members with the things theyâ€™ll need in the afterlife. Aside from lingerie, cell phones, model houses, and paper money are also popular presents, so basically their dead relatives all must be rappers, right? [Inquirer.net] Keep reading »