Oh, December. That time of year when your Facebook feed is filled with obnoxious memes about “The War on Christmas” (spoiler: it doesn’t exist), and how Christians are oppressed because they can’t say “Merry Christmas” (spoiler: that’s just a lie), and how everyone, regardless of their religion or lack thereof, should be honored and gracious when they’re wished “Merry Christmas” for the fiftieth time today. Read More Nobody’s Stopping You from Saying Merry Christmas, Facebook
This week’s dispatches have a totally cute picture of me as She-Ra. So read ’em!
I’m reaching the age where I’m caught between geezers and kids these days. Here are some things I don’t understand.
If you’ve seen the doge meme, you understand why I’m writing this. Photoshopped pictures of a surprised-looking Shiba Inu, layered with comments in Comic Sans, have become an obsession for some, and an irritation to others. This really isn’t about the meme, though. It’s about why Shiba Inus are hellbeasts who do not belong in polite society. Read More Nothing Like a Doge
Hello, my sparkling lovelies. I think Pinterest would like to help brighten your day, so let us take a look at some funny things I’ve seen floating about the place this week.
It’s 2013! So much has happened in the pop culture world since the beginning of January in 2012, and I thought it would be fun to take a walk down memory lane. Just think, a year ago today, you didn’t know that: Read More Pop Culture Things You Didn’t Know a Year Ago
If you have a connection to the Internet, you’ve seen this week’s takedown in at least 57,000 different incarnations. You know: “What my parents think I do,” “What my friends think I do,” “What I really do.” Read More Takedown: What You Think I Do
On the Internet, there are a lot of fights. That’s just the nature of the beast: you try throwing millions of people together behind the cloak of anonymity and see if you don’t get extreme opinions and extreme fights. One of the most memorable in my (and maybe your) little corner of the Internet is the fight over and meme-ization of lentils. Read More Say it Ain’t So: It’s Time for Lentils!