death

You Can Now Buy All These Sexy Mannequins This Guy Left Behind When He Died

After electrician Mike Martin passed away at the age of 88 this past July, he left behind a seriously intense collection of busty mannequins that he kept in four different rooms of the home he shared with his wife Maxine.  More »


Man Leaves Hidden Love Note For Wife Before He Dies, In Case You Haven’t Sobbed Enough Today

Have you already drained your tear ducts today or is there more to wring out? More »


This ‘Jaws’ Fan Died As He Lived—Completely Obsessed With A Movie

We’re gonna need a bigger headstone ;) More »


Zaha Hadid, the Greatest Female Architect Ever, Dies at 65

Her complex, wavy buildings were light years ahead of their time More »


Empathy For The Devil: How To Hate Scalia Without Dancing On His Grave

When it comes to Scalia’s death, it seems everyone is getting it wrong. More »


Conservative Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Is Confirmed Dead At 79, Left Rejoices

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has been pronounced dead in Texas while on a hunting trip on Saturday according to Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.

Wildly unpopular among the liberal left, and to anyone who believes in gay rights, women’s rights and well, human rights in general, Scalia’s death hasn’t been mourned too much… More »


Goth Emojis Are Now Here For Your Ennui

Up until now, you were forced to scrap the sparse emoji graveyard of sad faces and friendly ghosts, but now, thanks to Nattskiftet you can download gorgeous Goth emojis from the App Store. More »


Deathbed Diary: Being Me

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. This is one woman’s story. More »


What Would Really Happen If Santa Slid Down Your Chimney?

My personal fascination with the chimney-sliding aspect of the Santa myth exists precisely because it’s almost realistic, much like his monogamy with Mrs. Claus, ethical treatment of elves, or the very meritocracy of a naughty and nice list. More »


Heroic Chinese Woman Believed To Be Dead For 10 Years, Found Living In Internet Cafe

Most of her food the past 10 years was provided by generous cafe customers, as well as the occasional cashier shifts she picked up along the way. More »


Emily Postmodern: #Mourning In The Time Of Social Media

What can we learn from the Victorians? More »


Would You Decorate Your Home With The Tattooed Skin Of Your Dead Loved Ones?

I don’t spend a lot of time thinking about what I want people to leave me when they die, mostly because I pretty much hope that everyone I know and love is going to be immortal and live forever. However, I know what I do not want. I do not want a single part of anyone’s… More »


Deathbed Diaries: It’s All Your Fault (RIP Jackie Collins)

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. It’s a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages. In fact, every day, three womenMore »


One Day Less: I’m Dying, What’s Your Excuse For Being An Asshole?

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately for more than 70,000 women (and men) in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39, they will add cancer to that list too, more specifically breast cancer. It’s a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages. In fact, every day, three womenMore »


Check Your Vibes: 10 Things I’ve Learned About Grief To Help Get You Through

 

A little over a year ago, my dad died very unexpectedly, something I’ve written about a lot on this site. As time has gone on, the nature of my grief has evolved (it still is), and I feel that so much has changed since that day in August since I first receivedMore »


One Day Less: Laughing In The Face Of Death

I was born a tenacious optimist and will always loop back around to the hopeful side of things when given enough time, candy and purses. To prove my point, here are my top ten perks of premature death. More »


One Day Less: Spinsterella

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately, more than 70,000 young women and men in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39 will add cancer to that list too. Breast cancer specifically is a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages than ever before. In fact, every day, threeMore »


One Day Less: Life With Terminal Cancer

Death and taxes are a fact of life. Unfortunately, more than 70,000 young women and men in the U.S. between the ages of 20-39 will add cancer to that list too. Breast cancer specifically is a growing epidemic striking more women per year and at younger ages than ever before. In fact, every day, threeMore »


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