Many of us spend our nights drifting out to a sea of social media posts, autoplays, and binge-watches. But there’s more to life than this lazy river.
Deodorant commercials are sweaty. And sexy? And cheap. What do advertisers think you really want?
A Valentine’s dinner for single friends hardly seems like the time to kickstart a romance. But at the Olive Garden, anything can happen.
When it’s late on a weeknight and you just want to watch wrestling, but now there’s a salesman at the door and momma’s acting funny.
Middle management sure has a lot of confidence that happy hour is going to fix things. Thomas Viehe tells a story of a corporate happy hour going the way they always go.
“What are we?” The awkward, expectant pause of being in between the friend zone – friends with benefits – More than friends – dating.
No more pencils. No more books. No more teachers—hard stop. This time, it’s not because of summer vacation. It’s a dark time for American schools.
Yes, I think about our breakup. I also think about all the things you may have not said out loud.
Lauren went camping overnight in the woods with her boyfriend, and the scary sounds are really getting in her head. Is it a monster, or nothing at all?