BY Mary Grace Garis
on Jun 14, 2013
We interrupt our usual posts on gender roles, slut-shaming and kittens getting bubble baths to give you this special public service announcement.
The lovely individuals at Broken People have provided a video that addresses the silent social-life killer: Bitchy Resting Face. Bitchy Resting Face, sometimes more commonly known as "chronic bitch face" or simply "bitch face," is an issue that many women live with and silently suffer from. The worst part is that the average person can't tell if somebody has Bitchy Resting Face. Read More
BY Melissa Coci
on May 28, 2013
What would yours say? Comedian Ariella Scarcella, star of the Youtube channel Arielle Is Hamming, has answered the question with her latest video If Vaginas Could Talk. They'd complain about waxing, swamp ass, blood, and hot summer days. It gets a bit more graphic than that, but just watch it yourself and laugh your genitals off.
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Cat videos are awesome. But a cat dressed as a shark? On a Roomba? Chasing a duck? This is maybe the cutest, strangest, and funniest thing ever. And did I mention the dog dressed as a hammerhead shark at the end?
Whoever thought to costume and stage this insanity is brilliant. Check out the video below and prepare to have your mind blown by this hilarious cuteness. Read More
BY Teresa Lu
on Apr 05, 2013
I'll admit - I have albums upon albums of memorable face-warpy photos taken in Apple Photo Booth that I couldn't be more proud of. But I have never experienced so much giddiness and self-discovery as this girl is having in this amazing two-minute video:
The original video, uploaded in June 2009 by duckswithhooves, currently has over 3 million hits and it is still being obsessively duplicated throughout YouTube. If you're curious to see what her real face looks like, here is the same video, unwarped. Read More
BY BUST Magazine
on Mar 27, 2013
Comedian and NPR host Ophira Eisenberg’s debut follows her transformation from promiscuous slut to devoted wife. Her memoir runs the gamut of mating topics—from unplanned pregnancy to religion—though accounts featuring family are especially comical. “My brothers and sisters loved telling anyone who would listen how my mother cried and cried when she found out she was pregnant with me,” writes Eisenberg. “They took to calling me ‘The Mistake.’ Once I asked my mom about this, and she told me not to worry, we were all mistakes. Read More