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How NOT To Drive a Stick Shift

By ContributorApril 23, 2012
When I bought my first car, I was ecstatic. Overjoyed. Super-extra-amazingly happy.
Except for one little snafu:
I couldn’t drive it.
I had foolishly decided to buy a stick shift (also known as a standard or manual transmission.) My mom has had virtually nothing but a stick shift her... More  →
How NOT To Drive a Stick Shift

So You Want to Make a Viral Video

By ContributorApril 23, 2012
So you think that you have the brains, the talent, and the unbeatable big-head+British-accent combination to be the next internet sensation? Well then your confidence level is exactly at the delusional state we want it to be in! For while marketers in every... More  →
So You Want to Make a Viral Video

Teen Girl Band Cherri Bomb Rocks Out with The Avengers

By Brandon SpecktorApril 23, 2012
If you could date one Avenger, we asked 14-year-old Rena Lovelis of the all-chick rock group Cherri Bomb, who would your first choice be? "Oh, Iron Man" the spunky bassist answers without a second of thought. "He's got an iron butt!" Well played. The current lineup... More  →
Teen Girl Band Cherri Bomb Rocks Out with The Avengers

23 Ways To Tell Your Crush You Like Them Without Saying "I Like You"

By Lauren PassellApril 23, 2012
1. Say their name. If no one is around you, say baby I love you, if you ain't runnin' game. Beyonce is right about everything. 2. Give him/her your own nickname. Yeah, forget that stuff about saying her name. Say the special nickname that... More  →
23 Ways To Tell Your Crush You Like Them Without Saying "I Like You"

How Can You Tell if a Guy Likes You?

By ContributorApril 20, 2012
We always thought guys ignored us on purpose...turns out, they're probably just oblivious. Thanks Faye! Sparkitors How do you know if a guy likes you? That’s the question every girl wants the answer to. Now Sparklers,... More  →
How Can You Tell if a Guy Likes You?

Blogging Disney: Bambi

By Scott GreenstoneApril 20, 2012
Bambi marked Disney's first environmentally conscious film. (The Little Mermaid was going to be their second, but Walt Disney decided to change the storyline—the fact that Ariel was caught in a tuna net and ground up was deemed slightly too traumatizing for young audiences.) While... More  →
Blogging Disney: Bambi

Odes to Stuff That's Never Been Oded Before

By Rachel KorowitzApril 20, 2012
Any Tom, Dick, or Keats can write an ode about a Greek vase or a pretty bird or some other majestic thing or whatever. But what about all the non-majestic stuff? Doesn't it deserve to be ode-d, too? Ode to... More  →
Odes to Stuff That's Never Been Oded Before

Ask Jono: Making New Friends (Even In Terrible High School)

By Jon_SkindzierApril 20, 2012
Hey Jono! So I have a problem very similar to this girl whose letter you answered a while back.  Only thing is, I’m a high school freshman, not a college one, and I have no friends.  Of course, I have some people... More  →
Ask Jono: Making New Friends (Even In Terrible High School)

The Worst Possible Biopic Castings

By Melissa AlbertApril 20, 2012
In a casting seemingly based solely on somewhat similar facial hair, Ashton Kutcher has been chosen to play Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic about the Apple genius. This begs the question: 1) If we paste our beard hairs on ... More  →
The Worst Possible Biopic Castings

10 Badass Men Of Literature

By Molly HoranApril 20, 2012
When it comes to laughing in the face of danger, superheroes have their special powers (or at least special suits) to back them up—but the badass men of literature have to rely on their wits and their charm. Sherlock Holmes could definitely outsmart Iron Man,... More  →
10 Badass Men Of Literature