I’ve been digging through and clearing out the stuff I’ve left at my parents house, helping them convert my childhood bedroom into a guest room. I’ve been going through and documenting the things I don’t particularly wish to keep, but wanted to share before they got tossed. Thankfully, between the old notes from middle school, sticker collection, a journal detailing my Hamlet reading from the 11th grade, and mismatched Barbie shoes, a few magazines from the early to mid-2000s survived.
Here are some magazine ads that perfectly sum up the year 2004: Read More Magazine Time Warp: The Ads of 2004
Two weeks ago, I took a three-day trip to Las Vegas. I like playing slot machines while I am there (table games terrify me), and on this trip, I noticed that more and more celebrities are getting in on the gambling action. Read More Celebrity Slot Machines
I had a pretty shite weekend. I broke my toe and spent a goodly amount of time in bed, pain meds made my tummy sour so I couldn’t eat the soup my honey concocted for me, and I was too drowsy to even enjoy a full episode of Downton Abbey on DVD. The weekend was an all around blergh. Maybe blergh +.
But as lame as my weekend was, my friend Joel had one fit for the books. His boyfriend broke up with him. On his birthday. Via text message. Read More Death by Text: The Pathology of a Bad Breakup
Editor’s Note: Full disclosure, kittens: this review was done with a product that was gifted to me by Eden Fantasys, one of our soon-to-be advertisers! Also, possibly NSFW images after the cut. Read More Darling Companion: The Waterproof Jack Rabbit
Growing up, our cable package at home included HBO. I used to watch Fraggle Rock and the occasional kid movie, but for the most part I took it for granted those days. Read More Is HBO Worth It?
As I mentioned last week, I went on a quick jaunt to New York City. I lived there for grad school, and then went back six months later for an internship. I hadn’t been back since I left for good more than a year ago, so when one of my NYC friends invited me to her wedding, I knew I had to go back, not only to see everyone, but to soak up the city again. Read More How Long Will Sex and the City Stay Relevant?
I’ve recently been on a Sex and the City kick. It’s one of my go-to shows, kind of like Friends, Everybody Loves Raymond and Will & Grace – predictable, low-stress, mildly funny shows that cheer me up when I’m sad and provide me with much-needed stress relief. I call them my “fluff” shows, and I watch them when I don’t want to have to think. Read More Why I Hate Carrie Bradshaw