And the weekend award for punning goes to Charmin, for tweeting (and immediately deleting) this brilliant ad in honor of the new Thor movie.
As evidenced by the Yale SWUG fiasco, reclaiming negative patriarchal terms can be a clumsy negotiation. There's often a fine line between re-appropriation and simply recirculating ideologies meant to keep women in their place, especially since the public perception of women who fail to fit into social norms isn't…
In Mandarin, the words for "January 4th, 2013" are pronounced a lot like the phrase "I will love you all my life," and so, logically, that means that January 4th is a lucky day to get married in China, kind of like how March 4th of every year is a lucky day to join the Army or leave your spouse in the middle of the…
Cats! Why are you so great?! Why?? If actually doing all of these New Year's Resolutions were this simple and adorable, I'd be all over it like a cat in heat.
Upon learning that someone is trying to insert "dadelor" into the English language, we have but one reaction: Make it stop. We get that all the good portmanteaus and puns seem to be taken in various corners of the Internet, but this is a bridge too far in the realm of weak punnery.
Jesus Luz nabbed the next campaign for the Argentine label Ona Saez, which counts soccer legend Diego Maradona among its past spokesmodels. The apparent theme for the shoot? All about Jesus. It's the punniest thing you'll see all week!