We shook out your nominations and found five clear frontrunners for best umbrella (actually only one of them is clear). Which umbrella ella ella is your best bet? It's time to vote.
April showers bring landfills of cheap umbrellas ripped inside out by wind and wear and tear. You deserve a better rain-blocking device, so head for the comments and tell us which 'brella is best.
Welcome to toddler divorce court, where hearts are broken due to arguments about whether it's raining or sprinkling and the judge is a confused three-year-old who has no idea what's going on or why someone is screaming "You're not real and you huwt me!" Oh those tender, tender feelings.
Global warming isn't happening, you guys! That's why Colorado's on fire and the rest of the country is roughly the temperature of the inside of an Easy Bake oven, and the parts that aren't on hot or in flames are being rained on with the force of a peeing god who drank a Big Gulp during the first half hour of Magic…
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive for the UK Premiere of 'War Horse' in aid of The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry, at a central London cinema, London, Sunday, Jan. 8, 2012. (AP Photo/Joel Ryan)
We all know by now that too much rain can be dangerous to life and limb. But rain can also be dangerous to your psyche, and even if you're not at risk of flooding, you've probably recognized that constant rain is fucking depressing. Herewith, some tips for feeling better.
How, you asked, to stay chic during April's showers?
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Stephen Colbert has been fighting a one-sided war the past few weeks with Korean pop star Rain for the top spot on the Time 100, which determines the world's most influential person. Readers could vote online, and in the end, Colbert was beat out by Rain, who finished second. (First place went to video-game designer…