When good girls go gangsta: xxblueeyesxx595has the scoop! –Sparkitors
One of the reasons T-Swift is my second favorite singer (after every member of the Wiggles) is because she isn’t afraid to make fun of herself once in a while. So you... More →
It’s with a heavy heart that I write my last SparkNotes article. For those who haven’t heard, I am leaving SparkNotes to pursue other career options. This decision was not easy, but necessary and perhaps long overdue.
Towards the end of Blogging Breaking Dawn, there were... More →
Confidence pants go on one leg at a time, just like all the other pants, but squeezing into them is much easier when you have a highly specific confidence mantra. Just copy, paste, fill in the blanks below and give a few... More →
We think your story is fascinating, SarahLynn003. Good luck! —Sparkitors
For most people, a coat, jacket, or sweater is simply a fashion statement, or something to wear when it gets cool. As a native Californian, I never had a high threshold for cold. Add... More →
This robot will destroy Montana, and then—with its hairless, metal tentacles—destroy YOU.
Oh ho ho harrr harrrr tharrrrr that was a good one. This is just a picture of some red soap in a bathroom. Weird, right? Thanks for the pic, abrainyoreo... More →
hermionerules5 wrote this cute story about being young and being—le gasp—homesick. —Sparkitors
I had never been to a sleep-away camp before. And now, at the age of 10, I was finally going to go to camp, accompanied by my best friend, Melanie.... More →
After our Promzilla! guide for the prom-bound girl, we got an interesting request: one of our darling Manklers wrote in to say, "Hey! What about some prom tips for the guys?"
WELL! What, indeed! And since you asked, we have answered—with a prom guide specifically for du More →
We're so jealous of readjohn3:16's talent! —Sparkitors
There are so many confidence pants pictures that have breakdancers in them that I thought, "Hey, it’s time for a breakdancing Confidence Pants story!"
(Well, first off, I should say that it’s technically not “breakdancing”—one should always call... More →