If you learn nothing else this week, remember this: It’s time stock up on purple. Why? Read on to find out.
Tag: mad libs
The bracket polls are now closed, and a team of elves are working around the clock to put all the qualifying ladies into the bracket.
I found today’s witty gentleman in the wild, wild internets through a link on Lifehacker. I sent off an email asking if he’d like to be a witty gentlemen for a bunch of bookish, clever women and his answer was an enthusiastic “yes.” Click through to find out more about him and get a link […]
Subject N insisted on being referred to as “Project Alpha” because he doesn’t like things in alphabetical order, but I do, so we’ll just go ahead and do both. Special thanks to Project Alpha/Subject N for answering these questions with absolutely no idea as to why he was being asked. He’s a good sport.
I met Subject M when he crashed my New Year’s Eve party many moons ago. See why I’ve kept him for around for 10+ years after the cut.
Tonight’s Witty Gentleman comes to us by way of Rosa, and you’re going to have lots of fun with him. Find out all his secret answers after the break.
Today’s witty gentleman happens to be a Persephedude who is married to one of our staff members. I got the email with the answers this afternoon and they gave me a chuckle. Without further ado, here’s Subject I, being adorable.
Tonight’s witty gentleman is a friend to all and filled with awesome. He also made me spit-take coffee all over my monitor with his answers. Get to know him and his fluffy perineum after the cut.
I realized in a panic yesterday that I forgot to recruit a fella to answer our potentially embarrassing and always delightful seven questions, so I sent out the emergency beacon. (It’s like the bat signal, but shaped like a pomegranate.) Two friends replied like the awesome dudes they are, so we’re set for the next […]
Today’s witty gentleman is an online friend (I know lots of our readers know him, can you guess?) who is both wise, wonderful and pretty hilarious to boot. Let’s see how he answered our new set of 7 questions after the break.
Kids’ Books I Like: Audience Participation
Good afternoon class. Today we will be discussing interactive books for young people. Some of my daughter’s favorite books are the ones that let her play along,
This Witty Gentleman defies simple explanation. Let’s just say that he always makes an impression. (And he writes comic books!) 1. You’re running for Mayor, what’s your campaign slogan? Vote ME for Mayor. I double dog dare you.
Top 10 iPhone Apps for Bookworms
First of all, I do not own an iPhone or iPad. This makes me sad, but thankfully the App Store is still around for me to read vicariously. If I did have an iPhone, you can bet a good number of these apps would make it on there: