This is a topic I increasingly think about (particularly when I consider the way I use Instagram and how Instagram makes me wonder if all the effort of blogging is worth it at all): The Blog Is Dead, Long Live the Blog.
This piece (which is funnier than the headline would suggest) made me laugh, because once upon a time I flew through PDX roughly every other week, and the carpet was always the airport’s most distinguishing feature in my mind: Travelers Soon to Be Greeted by New Carpet at PDX Airport.
Here’s a pretty solid parody of Taylor Swift’s 22. Sidenote: I just realized I’m exactly halfway between 22 and 32, and I’m not sure which version I identify more with. Wait, no, that’s a lie – clearly 32.
You know how, if you’re a food blogger, you write a post and try to come up with a clever little introductory hook before giving the recipe? Well, everyone can stop doing that now, because nobody will ever top this: Cuban Sandwiches: Don’t Mess with the Bey.
I waver between loving Twitter and thinking it represents humanity’s impending downfall, but whatever your position, you can’t deny the impact the site has made. Here’s a short look back at Twitter’s first 7 years.
I just saw trailers for two movies that I’m now dying to see: To the Wonder (looks beautiful) and The Place Beyond the Pines (valiantly attempting to make both Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper appear unattractive, to no avail).
After watching the Top Chef finale, I almost felt compelled to write something about it, but then I read this and realized there was no need: he sums up everything I felt perfectly. Love Kristen and Brooke, hate that they didn’t get a final challenge that really allowed them to shine.
If last season’s MVP of New Girl was Schmidt (by a mile), this year’s is Nick Miller. Here’s why.
This kills me because I was a sophomore circa 2006 and so many things about this are accurate: A Typical Night Studying in 2006. For instance: lofted beds, listening to the Fray, the Dell laptop, and AOL instant messaging.
Leslie and Ben’s wedding on Parks and Rec was one of the most adorable things ever televised. Here’s the story of her unique wedding dress, which could not have been more perfect. And I love that someone at NBC made a Pinterest board of the wedding.
I’ll be honest: Valentine’s Day does not bother me the way it seems to bother some people. I’m not depressed about it, I’m not offended by the crass commercialism of it – I’m just relatively indifferent to it. In it’s own cheesy way, I think it’s a fun day, and yet it doesn’t bum me out (too much) to be single on this year’s Valentine’s Day.
If, however, you hate Valentine’s Day, you could probably use a laugh. My number one suggestion is to tune in for the return of Cougar Town tonight (a hilarious and severely underrated show). And my number two suggestion is to peruse humorous Valentine’s Day e-cards. Here are a few I found that I thought were funny – enjoy!