Today is February 29. It happens only every four years, which means you get a pass to do something really weird, out of character or totally irresponsible today. So go ahead and live it up! Today doesn’t count! And in case you’re not sure what to do with your newfound freedom, we’ve got some ideas for you, after the jump.
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It’s eight days into the new year and since one of your resolutions was to get out more (I know, I’m psychic), why not treat yourself to a movie night? Maybe popcorn would get in the way of that resolution to cut down on carbs, but what’s a movie without 400-1,200 calories of comfort? This week, get a tour of European countryside with “Leap Year,” see if Michael Cera is capable of playing someone besides himself with “Youth in Revolt,” or catch a glimpse of our vampire-ruled future with “Daybreakers.” Keep reading »
This week everyone is talking about leap year day and women proposing. The March 10th issue of Us Weekly discusses female celebrities who proposed to their men — though they didn’t necessarily wait for a leap year to do it. Halle Berry proposed to David Justice in 1992. Britney Spears proposed to Kevin Federline in 2004. Pink proposed to Carey Hart in 2005. Are ya seeing a pattern? Keep reading »
Friday is February 29, or “leap day,” and on this extra February day, a woman is “allowed” to propose to a man, according to folklore hinted at in a NY Times article yesterday. Well, this quick mention made me curious, so I did a bit of research, after the jump. Keep reading »