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How to Take Over SparkNotes

By ContributorJune 9, 2010
Thanks to missmolly02481, we are now accepting mechanical horse bribes, in accordance with Step 6. — Sparkitors This will probably be the most important thing you read all day. In fact, it may be the most important thing you read for the rest of... More  →
How to Take Over SparkNotes

Three Rules for Saving Seats

By ContributorJune 9, 2010
We 100% endorse aditrs's rules. It'd be awesome if we could make 8 million copies of this list and distribute it to every New Yorker. —Sparkitors This post was inspired by a mini-spat a friend and I had over the issue of which seat... More  →
Three Rules for Saving Seats

Disney Princesses Who Rock

By ContributorJune 9, 2010
We love this post by ScrtShdwHntr, but we still want Ariel's hair. —Sparkitors After seeing peaceonearth34's post about the insanity of certain Disney Princesses, I thought, "The role models of my childhood are idiots." When I told my mother about this, she reminded... More  →
Disney Princesses Who Rock

Rebel's Rules of Movie-Watching

By ContributorJune 9, 2010
We can't remember the last time we watched a movie alone. It sounds like the most peaceful thing ever. Thanks for the suggestion, rebel_of_nowhere. We're doing it tonight! —Sparkitors Not every movie is suitable for every type of person in your life. While More  →
Rebel's Rules of Movie-Watching

Syzygy: Why the English Language is Awesome!

By ContributorJune 9, 2010
We plan on using this information to win every game of Hangman we play from this day on. Thanks, endlesslight44! We were playing Hangman in study hall when one of the boys said he had a word that no one would ever guess. He... More  →
Syzygy: Why the English Language is Awesome!

What I Learned in France

By ContributorJune 9, 2010
Flirting over mochaccinos at a French cafe? Psh, that's just another day for pastachelli. —Jealous Sparkitors My school does an exchange program with a high school in France, which I was lucky enough to... More  →
What I Learned in France

The SparkNotes Gleecap: Episode 22 (Journey)

By Emily WinterJune 9, 2010
It's the season finale! Holy smokes! And here's how it starts: Mr. Shue and the Glee club find out that Sue Sylvester will be a judge at regionals. Wait, what? How can someone from McKinley be an impartial arbiter? That's like entering a beauty... More  →
The SparkNotes Gleecap: Episode 22 (Journey)

How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies from Scratch in 22 Easy Steps

By Robert IsenbergJune 9, 2010
Set up iPod dock in kitchen and turn on loudest, craziest, and screechiest playlist. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Since this is your friend's oven, struggle for 15 minutes to figure out how to do this. Mishandle bag and send clouds of flour all over the place. Drop... More  →
How to Make Chocolate Chip Cookies from Scratch in 22 Easy Steps

Auntie SparkNotes: Big Mother is Watching You

By kat_rosenfieldJune 9, 2010
To us, diary-reading is an unforgivable crime, right up there with manslaughter. Sparkitors Dear Auntie Sparknotes, I think that I've been having problems with my mom. She made me give her my diary and tell her where I kept it. Now, I have to censor my own... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Big Mother is Watching You

How to Politely Refuse Dinner

By ContributorJune 9, 2010
We really could have used this article last week when Mom made “refrigerator surprise.” Thanks for the tips, crownoflaurel!— Sparkitors It’s happened to all of us: it’s dinnertime, and the food on your plate appears to be moving, made of human brains, or... More  →
How to Politely Refuse Dinner