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If Our Favorite Harry Potter Characters Had YouTube Channels

By Lila SelleApril 9, 2018
In a perfect world, Hogwarts would have wi-fi, Fred Weasley would be my Facebook-official boyfriend, and Sleekeazy's Hair Potion would have long ago transformed the unholy catastrophe on top of my head into a flawless coif capable of melting the heart of every tank-topp More  →
If Our Favorite <em>Harry Potter</em> Characters Had YouTube Channels

If Fictional Characters Had Tinder

By ElodieApril 9, 2018
Given the haunted crypt that is my love life, it makes sense that I would eventually meander my way on over to Tinder, which is like the Taco Bell of dating. And having now swiped right and left  to my lonely heart's desire, I can confirm with absolute certainty that the si More  →
If Fictional Characters Had Tinder

12 Novels That Have Almost the Exact Same Plot as Popular Movies

By ElodieApril 6, 2018
I bet I know what you’re thinking: “Man, I wish I had more time to watch movies.” Doesn’t it feel like we used to have more time in the day? Seriously. I feel like I used to watch movies on Netflix constantly, and now I’m lucky if I finish ONE before I start anot More  →
12 Novels That Have Almost the Exact Same Plot as Popular Movies

Every Jane Austen Novel, Summed Up in a Single Sentence

By ElodieApril 6, 2018
I have a very specific idea in my head of people who have read every Jane Austen novel. They actually floss, and they know when to use a semicolon, and they can mentally calculate the tip without using the calculator on their phones. In short, they are simply a higher calibe More  →
Every Jane Austen Novel, Summed Up in a Single Sentence

Lord of the Flies, As Told in a Series of Texts

By ElodieApril 6, 2018
Lord of the Flies is one of those books that harkens back to a simpler (unspecified) time. It was a time when texting didn’t exist, a time when earnest youths could build a fire, a time when boys could be boys without worrying about things like MORALS or SOCIETY or THE DA More  →
<em>Lord of the Flies</em>, As Told in a Series of Texts

These Harry Potter Family Trees Are Siriusly the Best (TOO SOON?!?)

By reidfaylorApril 6, 2018
Ever wondered about Lord Voldemort's momsauce? Ever asked yourself, "What would Harry and Ginny name their as-of-yet-unborn fourth child?" Ever pondered who the most kidnappable Weasley was? THEN THESE FAMILY TREES ARE FOR YOU. Click through to have all of your most burning More  →
These <em>Harry Potter</em>  Family Trees Are Siriusly the Best (TOO SOON?!)

20 Questions You Can Ask About Pretty Much Any Shakespeare Play

By ElodieApril 5, 2018
There's going to come a time where you will find yourself in class discussing a Shakespeare play you haven't actually read. Perhaps you didn't quite understand the syllabus, or perhaps you were up all night binge-watching The Great British Bake-Off, in which case who can blame you? The good... More  →
20 Questions You Can Ask About Pretty Much Any Shakespeare Play

How Fictional Characters Would Ask You to Prom Over Text

By ElodieApril 4, 2018
As a general rule, you probably shouldn’t ask someone to prom over text. I’m not saying you have to make some big romantic gesture, but you should probably put a little bit of effort into the whole deal so you’re not just shooting them a “Prom? You and me? How about More  →
How Fictional Characters Would Ask You to Prom Over Text

The Most Relatable Characters in Classic Literature

By ElodieApril 3, 2018
Classic literature is like the broccoli of books: nobody likes it, but we’re all going to have to deal with it eventually. (And if you actually like broccoli, congratulations—you’re going to outlive me, and you ruined my analogy. Are you happy?) The problem with classic literature... More  →
The Most Relatable Characters in Classic Literature

This Is the Harry Potter Question That Keeps Me Up at Night

By ElodieApril 3, 2018
Maybe you’re a normal, well-adjusted, self-actualized human being who doesn’t spend every waking moment analyzing the finer points of Harry Potter. If that’s the case, you might as well move along. Go on, clear out. There’s nothing here for you. If you’re not one More  →
This Is the <em>Harry Potter</em> Question That Keeps Me Up at Night