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The 13 Biggest Overreactions in Literature, As Told in Texts

By ElodieNovember 19, 2018
Characters in classic literature are good at a great many things, including but not limited to eating stale bread, wearing corsets, and... More  →
The 13 Biggest Overreactions in Literature, As Told in Texts

14 Shakespeare Quotes That Would Make Great Tinder Bios

By ElodieNovember 16, 2018
Anyone who has ever used Tinder has agonized over what to put in their bio. It needs to communicate that you are witty... More  →
Shakespeare Quotes That Would Make Great Tinder Bios

15 Ways to Break Up Any Argument at the Dinner Table This Thanksgiving

By ElodieNovember 15, 2018
You know as well as I do that Thanksgiving is not just a time for eating carbs like there’s no tomorrow—it’s also... More  →
15 Ways to Break Up Any Argument at the Dinner Table This Thanksgiving

The 7 Most Hardcore Deaths in Literature

By ElodieNovember 14, 2018
Fictional characters are always dying of boring things like shock, broken hearts, and long winters. That’s why it’s awesome when they die... More  →
The 7 Most Hardcore Deaths in Literature

All the Best Fictional Villains Summed Up in a Single Sentence

By ElodieNovember 13, 2018
People have spent entire books, movies, and prematurely cancelled TV shows exploring and explaining the inner machinations of literature's most notorious villains. But because... More  →
All the Best Fictional Villains Summed Up in a Single Sentence

How to Kiss, According to Shakespeare

By ElodieNovember 13, 2018
Kissing is pretty neat. Let’s not dive too deeply into the haunted crypt that is my love life, but suffice it to... More  →
How to Kiss, According to Shakespeare

7 Dirty Jokes You Didn’t Catch in Shakespeare’s Most Popular Plays

By ElodieNovember 9, 2018
Nowadays Shakespeare is considered the height of high-brow literature. But what you may not have known is that the guy was, at... More  →
7 Dirty Jokes You Didn't Catch in Shakespeare's Most Popular Plays

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