Like any college student (or anyone of our generation living in the digital age), I have a ton of music in my iTunes library – and I'm always adding more. I love finding new music from artists I've only recently discovered as well as those I've listened to for years, and the super-awesome website Beathound helps make that a whole lot easier.
Why do guys send pictures of their dicks? It's not like I've asked for this. It's not like I WANT to see him with his jeans around his ankles and his business in his hand. I know men have extremely fragile egos and I don't want to hurt feelings, but come on.
Liking her won't earn you any hipster street cred. But, gosh, sometimes it's fun to just geek out and sing into your hairbrush.
Some have speculated that Facebook's latest buy is an attempt to box out the competition. Others have also complained heavily that, under Facebook's administration, Instagram is ruined. While this may be true, Facebook, a billion dollar company, is pretty good at running the show. In fact, Facebook would probably successfully run several other companies as well.
Now, thanks to Vonage and their new Time to Call App (that makes international calls super easy and super cheap...what up, smart phone-using study abroad ladies!), you can win either a new iPad 2 or a $715 iTunes gift card. And nope, I'm not joking.
I love going to concerts, but I always manage to hear about them long after the tickets are sold out. Then I spend weeks hearing about how excited my friends are to see and another few weeks listening to them gush about how amazing was live.
This week, I'm in nostalgia/angry mode. Angry because my Dbag of an ex-boyfriend has decided to try to start calling me again (barf). Nostalgic because when I'm trying to blow off steam, I tend to go into organization mode and this time around, my music collection got my attention. While re-labeling my iTunes collection I came across an old favorite album of mine: AFI's 'The Art of Drowning.'
When you're little you always hear "Wait till your older" from piercing your ears to getting your first pair of heels to sending your very first sext. However, once you hit adolescence, it seems like you're constantly told to "act your age" or that you're "too old for" something. Just because you're in college doesn't mean you can't bask in things from the past ... Here are ten things you are definitely never too old for.
I love the convenience of watching TV shows online (besides that whole "burn my thighs" thing), but it can be a hassle sometimes when the season or particular episode isn't available on a particular site, forcing me to hunt across the internet for the show I want to watch. Which, turns out, is only available in Japanese.
As we all surely know, starting a new diet or exercise routine can be an expensive and time consuming endeavor. Gym memberships, personal trainers and private nutritionists have always come with a hefty fee, and women are often too busy to take the steps necessary for achieving weight loss.
• Thank God this is one award TSwift didn't take. • Where's Andrew Koenig? • Perfect waves while you sleep?! • People are scum. And here is your evidence. • So Billy Corgan is not with Jessica. I think. • No more sexy time in the iTunes store.
It's officially the future, people, and while there may not be flying cars just yet, the advancements in technology are plentiful. Especially when it comes to gettin' some. Yes, sex has gone tech, and I'm talking about more than those nakey photos you've been sending to the boyf.
...or Hanukkah...or Kwanzaa....or just because. Yes, it's holiday season, which means it's time to print out that list of wants you've been keeping all year and hand it over to mama so she can make all your dreams come true. We all know this time of year should be all about the giving, but we can admit that getting feels really freaking awesome, too.
Can you believe that Christmas is only 24 days away? And Hanukkah's comin' at ya in only 10? I know what you're thinking: Yes! PRESENTS!! Oh wait. That's not it. I mean, it is, but the big holidays also mean a whole lot of gift giving (it is better to give than to receive, after all...) and that can get quite stressful.