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If you're ever wondering where awesome gifs like these come from, the answer is, as usual: a weirdly sexist internet video!!        If you thought the nineties was all Bjork and Julia Stiles, The Wifey is here to set you straight. The gems are not purely visual, folks. Read More
We all have our favorite children's show theme song – one we've committed to memory over the course of many Saturday mornings. One we used to know by heart, and could scream along to while munching sugary cereal in front of the TV. Some of my personal favorites: the theme for Magic School Bus (a classic), Pepper Ann (my lips are moving along to the lyrics as I link this), and the more recent The Weekenders (DRINK THAT FROSTY CHUG-A-FREEZE!). Read More
"I’ve just found my new favorite thing." That’s what I thought to myself while watching Ingrid Jungermann sext “I want to respect you from behind” in her Web Series “F to 7th.” The episode--my favorite of the first season--revolves around Ingrid’s sexual relationship with guest star Ann Carr, when the women find out they were both wearing the strap on in the relationship, quite literally. “F to 7th” deals with Jungermann’s sexuality as a lesbian stepping closer and closer to middle age. Read More
Bad Lip Reading is back and as uproarious as ever.  The first time I watched Twilight I was helping out at a birthday party for 13- year- old girl, so I was without a doubt scarred for life. Robert Patterson was ruined forever. Thankfully, Bad Lip Reading came to my rescue. This video is the only way I could ever watch 7 minutes of the Twilight series without cringing.  The clip is full of hilarious lines and even a couple of tambourine song numbers. Read More
I just watched 3 minutes of Ilana Glazer rolling around a floor in bubble wrap and then smashing her face into a cake. I know you are probably thinking, "Why the hell would you watch that?" Well personally I will watch anything Glazer does, as a huge fan of her Comedy Central show Broad City. The show itself started off as a web series created by Glazer and co-star Abbi Jacobson about two girls living a hysterically real and yet completely absurd life in Brooklyn. Produced by Amy Poehler, Broad City is the love child of Girls and Workaholics that I never knew I needed. Read More
My first experience with a Walkman is forever burned into my memory. My mom and I went to some local mixed-media store that has since gone out of business, and I begged her to shell out the dollars so I could listen to my Spice Girls in isolated bliss. My player of choice was bright red and had a Mickey-head shaped window to view the magical spinning of those cassette wheels. I put on my headphones, pressed the massive plastic play button, and yelled to my mom "WOW IT'S LIKE MY LIFE HAS A SOUNDTRACK" with an enormous grin on my face. It was a magical afternoon. Read More
This is the cutest thing I have seen today: Major props to American Eagle Outfitters for making a fake line for animals (complete with a mockumentary) to help raise money for rescue organizations.    ...their creative team deserves to be showered in sloppy, wonderful, St. Bernard kisses.    Also, the “American Beagle Outfitters Dogumentary” is a must-watch! Really high caliber parody. Sample soundbyte: “Do you know what it is like to go to the mall, and all they have for you is Halloween costumes? That’s what [my dog] is dealing with. Read More
YouTube can be a major time-waster, or a super productive educator. Typically the difference in how you use it depends on what time of the day/night you're browsing, how many glasses of wine you may or may not have had, and how stressful your day has been. I don't think I have to outline the correlation between cat video watching and the number of times you made a mistake at work. Read More
Web series know-it-alls Comedy TV is Dead recently compiled a list of hilarious women in the genre. Over the past few years, web series have skyrocketed in popularity and it just so happens that women are the creative force behind many of the hits. Check out our top picks! 1.) L.A. Girls, produced by Tiffany Ariany, is a spoof of HBO’s infamous Girls.  L.A. Girls follows Hannah on her quest to become a successful actress in Los Angeles. Her life changes abruptly when her parents stop supporting her financially. Read More
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