4:14 pm, August 15th | by Colette McIntyre
For reasons unbeknownst to us, the rave reporters over at the Huffington Post have determined the average caloric intake of the Gilmore girls, TV’s favorite fast-talking mother-sister duo; we would ask them why they spent time calculating this but, as we all know, scientific inquiry answers to no man
4:45 pm, June 13th | by Colette McIntyre
Not only did Fredette invoke the good word of relationship counselor John Gray (PhD in the Science of Creative Intelligence from Maharishi International University in Iowa) during a House debate on Obamacare but he also explained how his “man’s brain” stops him from supporting Medicaid expansion.
4:00 pm, May 22nd | by Colette McIntyre
12:30 pm, March 1st | by Colette McIntyre
The booby-industrial complex has been taking some serious blows as of late: CBS issued a decency code for the Grammys that banned the “under-curvature of the breasts,” Seth MacFarlane’s crude Oscar song about actresses’ boobs (rightfully) sparked outrage, and now that bastion of intoxicated exploitation Girls Gone Wild has filed for bankruptcy. O, Misandry, when will it ever be enough?
12:45 pm, February 11th | by Colette McIntyre
News of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation astounded the world this morning. The 85-year-old pope announced his plans to resign on February 28th, citing his age and deteriorating health. Benedict will be the first pontiff since the Middle Ages to relinquish the position. While Benedict said he plans on continuing to serve the church “through a life dedicated to prayer,” we here at The Jane Dough think he is selling his future unemployment a tad short. We’ve all been there, and no matter how high-minded our original plans were, our unemployment usually ended up looking a lot more Netflix and Seamless-y.
5:30 pm, January 31st | by Colette McIntyre
Disgruntled HMV employees briefly took over the company’s official Twitter account today, live-tweeting their dismissal.
2:00 pm, January 2nd | by Colette McIntyre
Gwyneth Paltrow takes more than her share of media criticism — should the trend continue in 2013?
10:30 am, December 21st | by Colette McIntyre
Much like the men I schedule dates with through OkCupid, the Mayan apocalypse was a no-show. If you’ve spent this morning tearing down the complex water purification system you set up last night or trying to access your morning cereal from behind a wall of stockpiled soups cans, don’t feel too bashful! You’re not alone. In fact, over thirty Michigan schools ended their semester two days early, due in some part to the rumored end of days.
A Woman Helped Make Thanksgiving A Major Holiday, And Now A
n Alarmingly Precocious Child Young Lady Has Given Us Its Theme Song
3:30 pm, November 9th | by Sarah Devlin
“Why are there no good Thanksgiving songs?” you ask yourself. Wonder no longer.