Thankfully, there are plenty of websites all over the Internet that you can literally waste your life on.
The CC editors just can't seem to figure it out. We talked to our amazing interns and lovely writers and the best we could do is narrow the competition down to nine categories. So, we need your help! The Candy Guild Awards (yes, we're just like the SAGs) are upon us and it's time to cast your vote for the best Tumblr in each category!
These people are not real. I mean, just let their profiles speak for themselves. Why would you ever say that to anyone ever?! I HAVE NO EVENS. Like...no wonder these people are single. I just..can't.
I was open and waiting for fate to take me on some crazy journey that I would just say "yes!" to. But it didn't happen.
As someone who spends far too much time on the internet, I can assure you that there are plenty of awesome ways to waste your time online. Blogs. Online shopping. Facebook. Twitter. And of course, Tumblr, the little social network that could.
In a maze of Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, Stumble, the weary brethren (myself, included) struggled to understand the meaning of the seventh creation. Tumblr? A place to.... tumble? An ode to the gymnasts? A home for floor routine inspired decor?
We all know how hard it can be sometimes to express exactly how you feel into words. Like, for example, how you feel after you drunkenly tell your crush you like him or when you discover your new favorite sushi roll. These kind of complicated emotions are what What Should We Call Me is for.
I waste, like, a lot of time on the internet. I don't know what I would be doing if I didn't spend hours obsessively refreshing my Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. But out of all of those sites, I could quite literally spend days on Tumblr. So whether you've been in the midst of your Spring semester for a few weeks or a few days, I think it's safe to say we're all ready for a little procrastination.
Mitt Romney might have had some epic fails in the primaries this week, but we don't think he should feel too bad. Why? Because now his youngest and hottest son, Craig, has an entire Tumblr dedicated to him. That should make papa proud, right?
Earlier today the CollegeCandy editors were talking about how boring this summer has been in terms of celebrity freak outs. Think about it. Where are the Charlie Sheen-style rants? The Britney-circa-2007 breakdowns? The sext addict scandals so shameful they'd make even Tiger Woods blush?
If you're not on Tumblr yet (or have no idea what it is), you need to set one up and join the world wherein status updates and emotional blog rants meet funny videos, old movie screenshots, new music and the drama of anonymous comment boxes. There are literally millions of blogs to follow and you're definitely sure to find at least one that fits your interests, but if you're looking for a few more blogs to spice up your Dashboard, check out some of our favorites...
•When to talk about your lesbian past. •As if you needed any more reasons to love American men. •Where are your favorite shows actually filmed? •Is it us, or do these animals look high? •5 Books that will change your life •Guess the stars by their yearbook photos! •Whoa! One woman wore 365 layers of make up
Brace yourselves, because College Candy is now on Tumblr. (And by College Candy, I mean the behind-the-scenes goodness that we can't really show you here.)
When we think of social media sites, we think of one thing: Facebook. It’s where we post out status updates, where we post our pictures, and where we have obnoxiously long, unnecessary commenting wars with our BFFs. But I’ve got news for you ladies. Facebook is not the only social media site out there.
Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr have (sadly) become a drug to our generation (and to our parents, all of a sudden). While social media definitely has its perks, it also has many cons, and I’m not just talking about how easy it is for my entire family to become friends with me and comment on every one of my statuses.
We live in a social media obsessed world. There’s Facebook, Myspace, (although I wonder if anyone actually still uses it), Twitter, and many blogging platforms such as Tumblr, Wordpress, and Blogger. Although we upload our pictures to Flickr and Facebook all the time or write about our weekend experiences in personal blogs, there could be a possible downside to all of this internet exposure?
Ah, summer. There's something about this time of year that brings back memories of the beach, county fairs, baseball, and, of course, family vacations. Although at times, my family drove me crazy on those trips and I'd much rather have been anywhere else than with them, there are still tons of great memories of all those long drives.
I can’t believe 2008 is only a week away. It feels like just yesterday that I was sitting in my brot…