3:30 pm, March 20th | by Colette McIntyre
Not only is today the first day of spring (which someone clearly forgot to tell the weather gods), it is also National Proposal Day, a holiday that isn’t a real holiday but it’s on the Internet and everyone is saying it and we probably all needed another excuse to make women feel like cobweb-covered old maids doomed to buying single grave plots and celebrating their cats’ birthdays anyhow.
5:30 pm, March 15th | by Colette McIntyre
Is that the Blarney Stone in your pants or are you just happy to see us?
1:30 pm, February 10th | by Laura Donovan
What’s worse than the stream of engagement alerts on the top right section of your Facebook newsfeed? Reading all about said engagements on the social media platform and being sent “you’re not invited” notifications to confirm you’re not, in fact, important enough to attend the big ceremony that has been flooding your feed.
3:00 pm, February 2nd | by Laura Donovan
With talk of a “Mean Girls” musical and almost a decade since the film’s release, I often feel we need to move on from the Lindsay Lohan comedy once and for all. She’s never going to make a comeback and we need to live in the present. Luckily, new Tumblr “Les Mean Girls” brings the Tina Fey movie to present day by integrating it with Christmas 2012 drama, “Les Miserable.” The memes are incredible, so here are some snapshots of our favorites.
1:00 pm, February 2nd | by Laura Donovan
11:30 am, February 2nd | by Laura Donovan
The troubled actress reportedly got the boot for refusing to cut down on her weed habits.
12:30 pm, January 26th | by Laura Donovan
“It was a very small sentence, but it was one of the most powerful sentences I’ve ever typed in my life”
1:30 pm, January 25th | by Laura Donovan
If you like it, you put a ring ON it, not IN it!
11:30 am, January 18th | by Laura Donovan
Before the days of iPhones, iPads, Instagram, and all that jazz we don’t really need, kids had to entertain themselves with hands-on products like coloring books and puzzles. One woman can still appreciate the good ol’ puzzle, even though there’s nothing quite as awful as having even a single missing piece. Amanda Worrington spent nearly a year and a half putting together a 24,000 piece puzzle, which she proceeded to glue onto her wall.
1:30 pm, January 11th | by Laura Donovan
“I’m still trying to figure out how I can do sushi.” Good luck with that.