Do you remember the last time anything felt good? Of course you don’t, and that’s because it’s been a very long time since anything was good. I was pretty sure that portion of my brain that feels joy or pleasure or even mild contentment was removed by psychic surgeons in the dead of night sometime back in November.
I have some good news for all of you, and it’s not that today is Friday (which it is, and which is technically good news). No, the good news I have to share this lovely day is so much better than the mere fact that the weekend is upon us.
If you've ever spent time on any crowdfunding sites—from Kickstarter to Kiva—you know the amount of people seeking your money can be overwhelming. It can be hard to choose when often everyone on the site seems so deserving. (Well, it's probably less difficult to decide when you're on Kickstarter choosing between…
Psychology Today, which published Satoshi Kanazawa's incredibly offensive post on black women's attractiveness, has said he'll no longer be writing for them. Also, the site is "currently implementing measures to ensure more rigorous oversight of blogs prior to publication, including nights and weekends, when this was…
I love making out. Everyone loves making out. Unless it's with your sister—that's gross! And illegal! But there's a lot more going on behind the scenes of a smooch than just spit-swapping: brain chemicals flow! Bacteria goes nuts!
Rosie O'Donnell discussed Chris Brown on her radio show over the weekend, saying: "I just don't know why this kid seems to be held to a different standard than anyone else." Because, you know, other people throw chairs at windows, sending shattered glass down onto Times Square, and no one gives a shit!
Cover your eyes if you're questioning your commitment to Sparkle Nation, because this year's best gowns were a blinding bevy of sparkles, sequins and stars. And yes, they were good.
Remember that guy you made out with one summer at camp? Good Morning America thinks he may be your soulmate. The clip at left exposes the new "retrosexual" trend, in which people date past loves after finding them on Facebook.