PrestigiousTimeLady is finally getting to the good stuff. Nothing beats some quality time with the Dark Lord's stomach muscles.—Sparkitors
Whoa. Last time around I asked for an answer to the question "Who couldn’t love Darren Criss?" thinking... More →
Could we borrow your neon green confidence suspenders sometime, anonymous Sparkler? —Sparkitors
The power of a crush is extreme. It can reduce my brain to a flaming pile of mush. It can turn short, nerdy guys into veritable gods by Facebook stalking standards. And,... More →
TheSillyGiraffe wants you to know that she's not talking about the dude with the white wig. —Sparkitors
It’s Crush Week on SparkNotes, and boy are there plenty of them. From hot gingers to the Sparkler/Mankler in the mirror, they have all been pretty impressive... More →
Much like terror threats, mineral hardness, and the worlds spiciest peppers, crushes deserve their own scale. Here's our fool-proof ranking system, listed from least to greatest levels of crushy, crushed-out passion.
Crush Level Mervin/Eunice: This is the ultimate friend crush.... More →
SarahBellum37 finally connected with her crush—thanks to the legendary perspiration of the sweatiest Sparkitor ever.—Sparkitors
It all started in band practice. Our AC wasn't working, so the director asked "Is anyone else sweating?" I replied "Yeah, I'm sweating harder than... More →
Keep your friends close, but keep your crushes closer,1chance14. —Sparkitors
The secret crush.
We've all had one. You know, the kind in which "secret" refers to the fact that everyone knows about said crush except the crush himself?
Yeah, that is the kind... More →
Dear Auntie,I have a friend, though she is really more an acquaintance. Last May she asked this guy out and he politely said no. My friend was heartbroken and was convinced that he was a horrible person, would never find love, and would die without... More →
acs14 isn't the tallest kid on the block, but she might be the smartest!—Sparkitors
As someone who belongs to the "5’3’ and under" population, I’ve heard a myriad of “politically correct” terms for us short people, ranging... More →
When packing up books to bring to the beach this summer (or the isthmus, if you're vacationing at the isthmuses) bring along Spellbound, the new novel by Cara Lynn Shultz. This romance novel with hints of magic has elements I thought were illegal... More →