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Sometimes having enough time to pull together a costume can be frustrating, and since Halloween is fast approaching, here are some DIY ideas to help you pull something together last minute. Read More
1. The Pill – Honor the pregnancy-free Halloween hook up with this simple pumpkin design. All you need to do is pour yourself a drink and carve a big ol’ circle. More ambitious pumpkin carvers can attempt to carve the entire pill pack. Pro tip: Sketch your circle before hand using the bottom of a glass.  2. The Vagina – Not all women have vaginas, but all women can have a vagina jill-o-lantern. Your living room window sill will never look more urethral. Looking to step up your game? Go for the more complex anatomic novelty – the uterus. Read More
It’s that time of year again… HALLOWEEN! People celebrate Halloween in many different ways, but I celebrate by doing my nails. Here are some of the cutest and easiest tutorials for the spookiest season of the year. Show off your creative side while still looking cute as hell.  To achieve this simple nail look, you’ll need a few things: black nail polish, white nail polish, top coat, and a dotting tool.  First, paint your entire nail black. After waiting a few minutes for it to dry, make two big white dots for the creepy eyes. Read More
Instagram user babystardust2014 is posting pictures for 31 days of Halloween. Alex Vause from Orange is the New Black and Ice King are some of our favorites!  The internet is filled with wonderful and joyous things. One of these things happen to be baby Halloween costumes. So if you have a small child, are friends with someone with a small child, or just like cute and tiny things in costumes, I suggest you take a look at these hilariously awesome DIY Halloween costumes! Warning: The following adorable children will make you laugh and smile a lot. Read More
If you were ever categorized as “basic” by the Internet, perhaps you are lamenting the loss of pumpkin in your diet this fall as you construct a less PSL-dependent existence. Whatever, HATERS GONNA HATE. The lack-o’-jack-o’-lantern food is a shame given the pulpy nutrients inside: one cup of cooked, mashed pumpkin has 245% of your daily vitamin A and 16% of your daily potassium (not that you were getting that in your latte). Don’t give up on that pumpkin. Read More
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