In elementary schools throughout suburban New Jersey, kids were forced to square dance during gym class. And you know what? It was weirdly awesome.
I blame that fucking cat. I wish I’d never heard about that cat. Trapped in that steel crate. I hope it’s dead.
Life. It could all be so simple, couldn’t it? Staring out the window as snowflakes go by, who is to say what brings life meaning?
The D.C. local hoped he’d be anonymous, but instead was caught in the embarrassing act. Who will save your soul indeed.
Reg and Shan have been living in sin, as the old prudes might say. What resentment lies with them on the couch, in the bed, in their hearts and minds?
When we think of crying, we see a face, contorted and downturned. But what about hands, gesturing wildly or grasping for something? What do they hold?
Will you ever feel like you’re good enough? With imposter syndrome, it’s hard to know what’s valid and what’s holding you back. But what if it didn’t?
A teenage boy. His pet dog. A final trip to the vet.
What if we told you there was a new weight loss plan that combined the science behind intermittent fasting with the biblical principle of Jubilee?