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Pickup Lines that Are Doomed to Fail

By Jon_SkindzierMarch 14, 2012
As a general rule, most pickup lines are just awful, and you should realize in advance that they are doomed to fail. "Are you from Tennessee?" you'll ask, intending to tell some girl that she's the only ten you see, and she'll... More  →
Pickup Lines that Are Doomed to Fail

19 Things To Do With Your Extra Hour of Sunlight

By Josh PeriloMarch 14, 2012
Daylight Savings Time is amazing! It means we have an extra hour of sunlight every single day. So, what are you gunna do with it? Uh huh, I thought you’d come up blank. Thank goodness SparkLife is here to help you with some... More  →
19 Things To Do With Your Extra Hour of Sunlight

Open Thread for March 14

By SparkLifeMarch 14, 2012
MaidenWarrior says... For my Sophomore year Stagecraft class, we had to paint an image of our favorite CD cover (hand-drawn, not a photo) onto a wooden board that we had put together (drilling and painting and EVERYTHING) ourselves. I’m a person who is a... More  →
Open Thread for March 14

Zac Efron, Why Must You Torture Me So?! (A Trailer for The Lucky One)

By Chelsea DaggerMarch 13, 2012
Butts, if there was a 2-hour movie that consisted solely of Zac Efron lifting heavy sacks of fertilizer and throwing them into the back a truck, I WOULD WATCH THAT MOVIE EVERY SINGLE DAY. Fortunately for me (and all the other boss Zefron fans out... More  →
Zac Efron, Why Must You Torture Me So?! (A Trailer for The Lucky One)

Auntie SparkNotes: The Damaged Dreamgirl

By kat_rosenfieldMarch 13, 2012
Dear Auntie, I have this girlfriend and she's the coolest girl I've ever met. She's gorgeous and gets 100% on all her essays and spends her weekends buying records. But the problem is that she has Borderline Personality Disorder. Usually it doesn't affect our relationship too... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: The Damaged Dreamgirl

How to Write in a Group

By Josh PeriloMarch 13, 2012
The great wide world of professional writing is a rocky landscape scattered with jobs of all kinds. But if there’s one thing that is more important to remember than anything, it is that there is strength in numbers. And I’m not just talking... More  →
How to Write in a Group

Red Carpet Style at The Hunger Games World Premiere!

By Chelsea DaggerMarch 13, 2012
And where there's smoke, there's FIRE—or at least there was last night at the Hunger Games world premiere. (That was the best flame-related joke I could come up with, and it took me 47 minutes. GAH.) Yesterday evening, all your favorite tributes graced a dramatic black More  →
Red Carpet Style at The Hunger Games World Premiere!

4 Great Nonfiction Books About Being a Girl

By Emily WinterMarch 13, 2012
Apparently nonfiction helps our brains be better. So, are you a devout nonfiction reader? I'm not. Reading historical nonfiction makes me dream about Easy Mac. Reading nonfiction about the environment makes me concentrate—on burritos. But I have read a bunch of nonfiction about... More  →
4 Great Nonfiction Books About Being a Girl

Holding On: Chapter 18

By ContributorMarch 13, 2012
In Chapter 17, willwriteforhearts' main character, Alice, had just been kidnapped by Thomas, her mother's dangerous and unstable boyfriend. How will she escape? Can her brother save her before it's too late?--Sparkitors Curling up into a little ball, however enticing it may currently be,... More  →
Holding On: Chapter 18

My Art-Wrecking History

By ContributorMarch 13, 2012
Bookweirm gives us another hilarious look into her not-so straight and narrow past!--Sparkitors To all those art-loving Sparklers/Manklers out there: hold onto your seats, this may get intense. As you may or may not have noticed from my last post, I had... More  →
My Art-Wrecking History