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It's Urf Day again! Oh, wait. I guess it was last week. Well, no matter. Because where I come from, it's URF DAY ERRYDAY! So enjoy these handy tips on how to make your life more eco-conscious.... (Click to see more)
Our test phrase is "missing my baby," and it is being run through various musical genres. Watch and learn.... (Click to see more)
It's that time again: Easter. Beyond chocolate, Jesus, and holdovers from odd pagan fertility traditions, Easter is full of an abundance of activities. This site polled dozens of working adults in the... (Click to see more)
One thing I enjoy doing is busting out my crystal ball and dressing in all sorts of ridiculous clothes as I divine the true wisdom of the stars. Then, once I do that, I write down some horoscopes, jus... (Click to see more)
I've done St. Patrick's Day bingo before, but it's different now. While some places are back in business like nothing ever happened, an abundance of locales are still hobbled by anti-virus precautions... (Click to see more)
The band KISS are known for their almost Star Wars-tier marketing of products with their gimmicks on it, and this is no exception. Ever wanted mashed potatoes to slip into your stomach, right from Gen... (Click to see more)
It's kind of like a horoscope. It's also not at all like a horoscope. Pick your favorite hot sauce, or one that's adjacent to it, since there's no way I could fit every hot sauce onto this chart. Thes... (Click to see more)
When you truly care about someone, you make sure they're provided with only the spiciest of hot sauces. Texas Red's new ghost pepper sauce will be sure to warm her heart, though it will also heat up o... (Click to see more)
Perfect for those occasions when you're just hitting the East Side of the LBC, and you notice an impromptu dice game being played on the side of the road.
If you know like I know, you don't want t... (Click to see more)
Sometimes, everyone has a bad day. It's the job of parents everywhere to let kids know that nothing's ever so bad that it couldn't possibly be worse. Thus, we turn to the old standards that we all rea... (Click to see more)