"We go to my house, and she mentions that she sleeps with her boss regularly. Uhhhh...nope."
New relationship goals!
Surprisingly, the answer's not pizza.
Lesson learned: pain meds and emails do not mix.
The "self-esteem movement" is actually hurting us?
How can someone be so irresponsible?
Recordings of the night show signs of violence.
Nomophobia is a real thing and it’s not called “no-mo-phone-ia” for some reason. The fear of being detached from your...
Anyone can write well. All it takes is a bit of discipline and elbow grease.
Being a girl in a pair of shorts when it's hot, after dark, should not feel so scary. That's why I became a feminist.
Now, there are definitely some essential things that any smart roadtripper needs before they get going. As a pretty experienced roadtripper, I decided to give you guys the rundown on what you'll definitely need for your trip!
In honor of the 90's and its quirks, I put together a some of the weirdest products and childhood toys that are a bit of a head scratcher now.
In today's society, we're supposed to be always doing something. If we're not, we're lazy, but whatever happened to the beauty of Lazy Sunday?
I'm always on the Internet looking for "how-to" videos. Watching a video always makes it easier for me to follow along because I'm a visual learner. All you need to do is press play and you're on your way to some life improvement.
What is there to do when you’re stuck inside with no electricity or water or food? Obviously you kill all...
You may not realize that your boyfriend is the absolute worst. We're so fixated on all their good qualities that we have to shut out the bad ones and ignore them. Why would we want to admit that our boyfriend doesn't care about anything we have to say or that he treats waitstaff like their peasants?
Now if only everything I ever wanted was one dollar and could be dispensed out of a big red box! If I had it my way, there would be a vending machine for all the essentials of my life. Like, why aren't there Redboxes that dispense wine outside every Walgreens?
I think that whatever gets you through the day (that is healthy and legal) is good! And I support it, but what happens when that self-help tip because a self-hurt tip?
Sundays are a downer for some, but for some reason, I absolutely love Sundays. I love the coffee, the weather (no matter what kind), I love the TV shows, etc. I love it all.
I've been thinking a lot about holidays and how they change as we get older.
You guys remember t.A.T.u. right? You know, the Russian pop duo that sang "All The Things She Said" in the nineties?
I love online shopping. You don't have to go to a store and fight crowds. You can shop naked if you want to.
Today is 11/11, which was a golden day last year being 11/11/11. But you know what? I like chance and serendipity and all that jazz, so let's celebrate 11/11/12 because it's still cool.
One of the great struggles that we must face time and time again: Work vs Play. I mean, I’m sure that to some staying in to study doesn’t feel like work (and those are the ones who the other 99% will end up working for) but for the rest of us socially adjusted, it’s a bit more difficult of a predicament. So then we have to wonder, what are the X factors to debate over when making your decision?
I hate to pull a "kids these days, they're so crazy," because I've always hated hearing people say things like that. But holy sh*t, kids these days, they're crazy!
When I stepped onto my college campus fresh-off-the-boat (or FOB, as they call it) from some-obscure-country that I call home, I had no idea of the social niceties of dating in the states; my encounter with the opposite gender consisted of couple of weeks with a classmate in high school, who thought that drawstring shorts were most fashionable when paired with topsiders and gold jewelry.
Auditions for the 2012 San Diego Chargers Girls....
I decided to reactivate my dating profile last month out of 75 percent boredom, 25 percent desperation. And I’ve already experienced 100 percent failure. With helpful tips from an anonymous (and awesome) editor, I declared that I wouldn’t take everything so seriously this time. It’s just dating!
Recently, I had the chance to interview Lara Setrakian, a foreign correspondent for Bloomberg Television and ABC News. Lara is a young American journalist based in Dubai, but travels back and forth to the United States frequently. She has come to be regarded as an authority on the political situation in the Middle East.
Recently, Seventeen magazine put a brief archive of their magazine's 65 years! Covers include some 80s style tips (hilarious), Will Smith at his best, and the beginning of Brooke Sheilds' reign as top model. These covers are little mini time capsules, peaks into the past if you will. For more covers, read here
Freshman girls. Two words uttered with excitement by upperclassmen guys, but uttered with disdain accompanied with scoffs and eye rolls by upperclassmen girls. These perceived interlopers consistently dampened discussions I had with many of my friends around our upcoming sophomore year. Sound a little off to you?
Dear Tuffy Luv, Here’s my dilemma. I’ve been dating my boyfriend for about 7 months. He’s great, really into me and always doing anything he can to make me happy.
We've covered college rivalries centered around sports, location, tradition, gender (and many other factors), but what about academics? Besides social stimulation, isn't an education the reason we came to school in the first place? That's the way students at California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) look at things.
Until about 5 minutes ago, I thought Cinco De Mayo was a holiday to celebrate the invention of the pinata. Or tequila. Or those make-you-wanna-kill-yourself hangovers that only come from a full day of drinking tequila. What? That's pretty much what the holiday means to most college students, right?
Hello, 2009! We didn’t start the year off in the best way (laying on the couch, chugging water and eating...