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In this world we live in, there are wonderful crafts—the brilliantly executed, aesthetically pleasing DIYs we  long to get off of the internet to create ourselves with Popsicle sticks and hot glue guns  But for every amazing craft project, there is an ugly equivalent forged while someone was a bit tipsy on Cupcake wine.  Lucky Peach is no stranger to dualism: Bloggers Anna and Gabrielle have taken to celebrating  unfortunate  experiments with a monthly blog installation called "Deranged Crafts," in fact. Intrigued? This month’s recipe for...
To be blunt, we aren't big fans of Meghan Trainor around these parts: Her over-produced bubblegum pop tunes are catchy at best, and there are way better artists to listen to within that genre. But we'll admit we were initially happy when "All About That Bass" hit the sound waves: It seemed body positive and hopeful—and that's the kind of message we can get behind.That was before taking a closer look at the lyrics though. Sing it out about sassy curves girl, but why bring...
  Beet vodka only takes three days to steep, and the end result is a deep red infusion that’s slightly sweet, with an earthy aftertaste—it’s dangerously smooth and delicious. Bonus: The Romans believed beets were an aphrodisiac, so pour some out on Valentine’s Day and let this beet booze get you in the banging mood. Making the Beet Vodka Wash, peel, and cube three medium beets and place them in a dry, clean, half-gallon Mason jar. Fill the jar with a liter of vodka (we used Tito’s). Seal the...
Sex, lies, death, and some very upsetting character developments: The finale of Empire has arrived and it didn’t pull any punches. Split into two parts, the finale dealt with Lucious trying to bring everyone together for the launching of the IPO and his legacy show. Too bad everyone hates him. Hakeem gets punched in the face after dissin’ his father in a rap battle and ends up hooking up with Anika. Andre has given himself to God (and Jennifer Hudson’s voice), while Jamal…well he’s actually the...
While reading the March/April issue of “Lego Club” little girls everywhere will finally be able to answer one of life’s most pressing questions: What haircut looks best with my face shape? It’s obvious that Lego was simply trying to HELP their five-to-twelve-year-old audience solve a baffling beauty conundrum. Because WHY ELSE would Lego need to create Lego ladies—who, by the way, are not shaped like blocks, but instead like slender teens (who happen to have mad mascara applying skills). Also file under: Barf. While we one-hand...