Animals are lovable already, but they become irresistible when you put them in front of a mirror. Yet recently, when a couple women on my husband’s softball team canceled at the last minute and I was drafted to fill in, I changed my view.
When you’re not paying attention to content and you’re simply trying to indulge the delicate sensibilities of a society waiting to be outraged, you’ve already lost.
Thursday afternoon, I realize I’m a bit overdue for a visit to Anya, my favorite wax-wielding Russian. Please, God, don’t let this f*cker die.
Chris is a freelance writer and musician from Boston.. We named her Federika. I thanked Emily a thousand times, all the while thinking, Holy, shit, if this thing dies I am totally f*cked. Half-a$$ed home sesh it is! Because the only thing better than paying someone else to strip each and every hair from your lady parts is conducting the massacre yourself.
David Macaray is a playwright and author (“Night Shift: 270 Factory Stories”).
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As a guy who is usually in hot water, which I am using as an excuse for all my wrinkles, I recently found myself in the unusual situation of being in hot water because there was no hot water.
The federal indictment alleges that Sam-I-Am had full knowledge of the contaminated green eggs and ham and intentionally unloaded the product onto unsuspecting customers.
Emily surprised me with a new plant on my birthday. We listen — actually listen — and not just pause the game while we look glassy-eyed at her as she talks about her day or which friend is doing what.
Mark Cranslin, CEO and co-founder of several failed startups, announced to his friends today that his latest venture had also gone belly-up, but that he continues to be optimistic for the future.
Whenever people say, “There are two kinds of people in the world,” I cringe. Wait. Am I done yet?
Horse racing represents the two things I hate most: animal abuse and rich white people celebrating. Nevertheless, congratulations to American Pharoah on winning the equestrian Triple Crown.
Have we, as a nation, lost our bearings? Have we lost all sense of proportion? The jubilation and near-hysterical levels of enthusiasm in response to American Pharoah winning horse racing’s Triple Crown were not only wretchedly excessive, they were nutty.
The new modern man is here, so deal with it. Check out this video to see the confusion of these animals as they absorb the sight of themselves in the mirror. It’s such a cliché. Their priceless reaction will put a smile on your face!
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