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Mr. Darcy Is the Most Eligible Bachelor Ever in This Hysterically Funny Pride & Prejudice Retelling

By Janet ManleyApril 19, 2016
No matter the specific details of any Pride and Prejudice remake, Darcy pretty much always ends up wet-shirted. Whether we are in Georgian England, or a zombie-pocalypse, or present-day London, there is something about Darcy's blend of hauntiness, keen letter-writing skills, and lamb-chops that... More  →
Mr. Darcy Is the Most <i>Eligible</i> Bachelor Ever in This Hysterically Funny <i>Pride & Prejudice</i> Retelling

Boss B*tch Book Club: Handmaid's Tale, Week One

By Emma W.April 15, 2016
I love this book so much. Thank you for giving me a reason to read it for the 5th time. Just have to read it like 50 more times and it'll be close to passing The Black Stallion for the book I've read the most. In my More  →
Boss B*tch Book Club: Handmaid's Tale, Week One

Blogging The Great Gatsby: Part 7 (The One Where PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING HAPPENS ALL AT ONCE)

By ElodieApril 14, 2016
To catch up on Chapters 1-6 of Elodie's absurdly funny Blogging Gatsby series, click here! Only The Great Gatsby can take a chapter filled with drama and death and somehow make it unfathomably hilarious. For example, here are three actual quotes that I had the... More  →
Blogging <em>The Great Gatsby</em>: Part 7 (The One Where PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING HAPPENS ALL AT ONCE)

Who Said It: Donald Trump or President Snow?

By Chelsea DaggerApril 13, 2016

Looking for an accurate summation of the surreal nightmare that is Donald Trump's vie for the presidency? LOOK NO FURTHER:

If your first reaction to that tweet is, "NOW WAIT JUST ONE GOURDDAMN MINUTE, DAGGER. Donald may be a racist, ... More  →

Who Said It: Donald Trump or President Snow?

From the Diaries of Minerva McGonagall: August 20, 1954

By Nicole DiekerApril 12, 2016
Dear Diary, Dougal has asked me to marry him. It happened just hours ago; I had gone to visit him on his father's farm so I could return the book of poetry he lent me. (T.S. Eliot, who must have known about the magical world, otherwise he couldn't... More  →
From the Diaries of Minerva McGonagall: August 20, 1954

The Patronus Test

By ElodieApril 12, 2016
When you inevitably run afoul of the hooded nightmare ghouls known as Dementors, how are you going to protect yourself? What shiny, corporeal form is going to be the only thing standing between you and a soul-sucking make-out session? Find out below. Trust me. You’ll be... More  →
The Patronus Test

BREAKING: We've Got the PIPING HAWT New Fantastic Beasts Trailer!

By ElodieApril 11, 2016

Last night at the MTV Movie Awards, something magical happened that had nothing to do with Alexander Skarsgard not wearing any pants: Warner Bros. released a new trailer for Fantastic Beasts! Unlike the teasers they've been taunting... More  →

BREAKING: We've Got the PIPING HAWT New <em>Fantastic Beasts</em> Trailer!

Who Is Your Shakespearean Alter-Ego?

By Kalina CiokApril 11, 2016
It’s inevitable. You *WILL* study Shakespeare at some point in your education. If you’re already past that point, hopefully you had a lovely teacher who made it awesome for you and helped you unlock that "I Understood a Shakespeare Joke" achievement (thanks, Teach!).... More  →
Who Is Your Shakespearean Alter-Ego?

Boss B*tch Book Club: The Handmaid's Tale

By Emma W.April 8, 2016
The people have voted: it's Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale by a landslide (or 14 votes, to be exact, because that idiom's always kind of annoyed me)! So, get thee to Barnes & Noble or your local library for a copy. I'll be reading from... More  →
Boss B*tch Book Club: <i>The Handmaid's Tale</i>