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If you have not already seen the World Toughest Job vid floating around your news feed, take a look before you read on. It's pretty damn sweet.  This video is not only a clear reminder of the undeniable love and dedication required to be a parent and mother, but it is also a lesson about women's work. Labor has historically been divided along gender lines in families; women are in charge of the the home, and men handle outside work. Read More
Waitresses are terribly under appreciated -- not only are they bombarded with demanding customers, required to work odd and varied hours, and stink like cooking after their shifts, they also rely on tips to make a living wage, as they are paid next to nothing hourly. That's why watching this endearing waitress have the best shift of her life is so satisfying. Be prepared to smile and maybe shed a few happy-tears:  The Chelsea in the video is Chelsea Roff, founder of Eat, Breath, Thrive. Read More
You may have seen this video of a girl in her bedroom wearing a pair of oversized Stewie Griffin pajama pants, dancing to Run-D.M.C. The video is known on the internets as “weird girl dancing” and now has over 2 million views on YouTube.  The chick in the vid is Lauren Tallichet, who originally posted the video on her Tumblr. She has recently posted another, longer and more hilarious video featuring her in the same huge pants, promenading through a public park and a local CVS. Read More
Although I find that Carly Rae Jepsen’s song “Call Me Maybe,” perpetuates the stereotype that I have to wait for a guy to call me (if I am interested, I WILL CALL YOU!), I still find it incredibly catchy. And apparently Cookie Monster does too because, from the makers of Sesame Street, a new spoof of the song went viral this week. The version, “Share It Maybe” riffs off what Cookie Monster knows best—his love affair with cookies. I now know exactly how to serenade the person who stole the cookies from the cookie jar. Read More

Everything Is Terrible

BY Molly Simms in TV

There are many reasons I’m thankful that the Internet was invented. Read More