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7 Rejected Thanksgiving Dishes from Literature

By ElodieNovember 22, 2018
There’s really only one day a year where it’s acceptable to eat mashed potatoes and stuffing. Obviously you can eat those things... More  →
7 Rejected Thanksgiving Dishes from Literature

Classic Novels, Ranked in Order of How Easy They Are to Study

By ElodieNovember 7, 2018

Some books are easy to read, and others? Well, others are difficult. In the time it took me to struggle... More  →

Classic Novels, Ranked in Order of How Easy They Are to Study

How to Break Up With Someone, According to Characters from Classic Lit

By Damien GaleoneNovember 5, 2018
Picture the European tundra, 300,000 years ago. The first paleolithic human asks the other upright-walker on a date. It goes well. Hunting.... More  →
How to Break Up With Someone, According to Characters from Classic Lit

40 Questions You Should Definitely Ask In Your English Class

By ElodieAugust 16, 2018
Contrary to popular belief, the worst thing ever is not spiders, or even death. The worst thing ever is required class participation.... More  →
40 Questions You Should Definitely Ask In Your English Class

Hilarious One-Star Reviews of Classic Novels

By ElodieJuly 6, 2018
One-star reviews online are a thing of beauty. Some of them are earnest, most of them make no sense, and all of... More  →
Hilarious One-Star Reviews of Classic Novels

7 Disturbing Details from Classic Novels (That You Probably Don't Remember)

By ElodieJune 21, 2018
Classic novels do this thing where they spend paragraph after paragraph describing the misty moors, or the history of Paris, or how... More  →
7 Disturbing Details from Classic Novels (That You Probably Don't Remember)