1. Fix Something. Together. Then you'll know if you can work together, or if you make each other want to @*&$#(@#^@&#$!ing kill each other. Stay away from things that can explode or damage polyester. In fact, try something that is impossible not to fix, so... More →
Frankly, I'm terrified of all y'all. Judging from last week's stories, you butts could get totally ILLEGAL up in this joint if you had to. Remind me never to kidnap your crush and hold him for ransom. (Wait—TOO LATE! Just kidding. Maybe.) I'm... More →
So I've been hyping The End Is Where We Begin by Thousand Foot Krutch for a while, and April 17th has finally rolled around. TFK's groovy brand of hard rock returns with a freakin' VENGEANCE on their latest release, which the band has called "the... More →
It’s that time of the year again. Midterms are over and finals seems as distant as the release of Catching Fire (why are you so far away, Catching Fire?!) And do you know what that means? You have free time. You forgot what it was... More →
It's springtime! Which means that it's time for college-bound students across the country to desperately make last-minute decisions regarding which college to go to, which will in turn affect the quality of degree you receive, how successful you are in life, who you will marry,... More →
So guys, big-ish news! I advanced to regionals in my forensics event, Informative Extemporaneous Speaking. I'm the only person in my school's history to ever make it past District, and I'm only a freshman! Okay, boasting time over. Here's the deal: my school's paper is... More →
All YA books have something to teach you—like "Vampires make good boyfriends" or "Gillyweed helps you breathe under water!" But some novels are more instructive than others; here are 10 that will not only help you survive everyday life, but maybe even come in handy... More →
The traditional high five is hopelessly uncool—as illustrated by the fact that Chelsea Dagger does it ALL THE TIME. If you want to update your hand-on-hand contact, check out our suggestions below. And stop high-fiving Chelsea, guys. Please.
1. Cut off your hand and attach a... More →
The film starts with the song "Look Out for Mr. Stork." It describes this world's system of childbirth: delivery by stork. A squadron of storks wing through the night, carrying sacks containing babies.
Question #1: Can you opt out of the stork system? What if you... More →
When I first joined Year Seven in secondary school (that’s 5th grade for you non-British Sparklebutts), I was in a dark place. I’m not going to go into details of why, but let’s just say that there were no unicorns, rainbows, or kittens in my... More →