1. To the friends who screwed me over, thank you. You taught me that people will always be selfish and always wanting to see the best in someone can only hurt you yourself.
A wedding is supposed to be one of the happiest days in a person’s life. It’s when two become one, and “I”s become “we”s.
Shutterstock Have you been single for too long you feel like you don’t want or don’t have the urge to change your status sooner?
Shutterstock They say scent can be one of the most powerful attractants. I’m totally down with this, because when a man smells like outside and soap, I’m always like “Damn baby, get in me right now.” So if you want your man to bone your brains out, here’s the fragrance you should wear.
Shutterstock For the longest time, I questioned the sanity of people who were perpetually drawn to staring at their pelvis.
What’s My Age Again? It’s true, nobody likes you when you’re 23. It’s the night before my birthday. I’m having a grand old time drinking wine and rejoicing in the fact that for 7 hours and 9 more minutes I am still technically 22.
Shutterstock I don’t remember when I learned to sit in a chair, per say. My spine was probably strong enough to hold up my weight when I was eight months old.
Let’s get right to the point: that dreamy idea that whatever you post on Facebook, Twitter, Insta, whatever, will not in actuality be used as character judgment material by others is tragically misguided.
Shutterstock I think lifestyle blogs, for the most part, are totally bogus. Like, sure, I occasionally expound some “wisdom” for you here and tell you how to decorate your house on the cheap or opine on the best beauty products for a twenty-something girl, but I would never want to funnel that into a blog.
There is a strange phenomenon that is plaguing the 20-something generation. And, before the inevitable freak-out over yet another article about those poor, poor 20-somethings and their plethora of #firstworldproblems, let’s get serious for a second.
Shutterstock India, the first culture in the world, the treasure house of ancient wisdom and scriptures, the birthplace of algebra, trigonometry and calculus, the inventors of Zero and the binary number system, the world’s first university, inventors of Yoga and Ayurveda and rightly called the cradle of human race.
Lately I have been feeling like I cannot escape the phrase “best friend.” It is all over social media, with quizzes on how well you know your “BFFL,” Facebook statuses about it, and instagram photos captioned #besties.
Flickr/ Peoples World In the last few weeks when the national discussion on race has been high due to the death of Mike Brown, we once again engage questions and conversations about how Black bodies, especially Black male bodies, are problematic.
Modern Family / Amazon.com 1. He’s hilarious. No matter how bad of a day I’ve had, my dad always finds a way to make me laugh.
Five novel recommendations for those who err on the side of unhappy (but not entirely hopeless) 1. Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami This is the story about a boy who loved a girl who lost her will to live because she loved a boy who lost his will to live.
These #MakeupTransformations Are Unbelievable! So Hilarious. bit.ly/1wkz7tn http://t.co/utxBiv96Wb— Barney Stinson (@stinsonsays) August 23, 2014 PHOTOS: #MakeupTransformation gets a hilarious makeover: on.ryot.org/1nmTAnN http://t.co/nVXNA2wuYv— RYOT NEWS (@RYOTnews) August 23, 2014 😂😂😂 http://t.co/yM2P8eT76I— Transformations (@MakeupTransmog) August 18, 2014 I tried.
People have been having supernatural run-ins for years. There’s so much lore out there. What’s real? What’s fiction?
1. I think that when you make yourself vulnerable, the thing that you do next is better. It’s not like you have to inflict pain on yourself in order to make yourself better, but I think it helps.
Eugenio Marongiu / (Shutterstock.com) 1. Most websites are designed only for straight people. When I used Tinder, over half of my results were straight women (I knew this because of mutual friends) or men.
LenLis / (Shutterstock.com) Spanish is one of the most beautiful languages in existence. If you speak Spanish, you can agree that not only is it the language of love, it is the language of creative cursing and expression.