By Tara Cavanaugh
There’s tons of good reasons to get a dog. Dogs are amusing. They help relieve stress. They provide companionship and affection.
But there’s a particular benefit of owning a dog in your late twenties: They chill you the fuck out. Continue reading
She’s All That. Because high school is a perpetual party. Look at these guys. In real life, they were like, 29.
We’re kind of loath to offer advice to ALL teenagers. But we do have a few choice words for our former teenage selves.
By Samantha Howard, Lindsay Patton and Tara Cavanaugh
Being a teenager is not cool.
You like movies like She’s All That and Ten Things I Hate About You.** Because in the movies, the teenage years look like an endless party. In reality, it’s an endless amount of mortification: pimples, parents, failures and frenemies as you figure life out. No worries. Later in life, you’ll find that most of the people you admire, the people who are interesting, funny and stylish adults, were totally awkward teenagers. I think it’s because high school only allows you a few categories (sporty/artsy/brainy). But most of us are a few combinations of that, and as an adult, you really do get to find your niche, and you really do blossom as a person. So no matter what a sitcom or a teen rom-com movie says, you will *not* blossom during your teenage years. Not as a person. Sorry. You’re all ugly duckling for now. You’ll be a swan after college. (TC)
**THIHAY is actually a fabulous movie. As far as teen rom-coms inspired by Shakespeare go. Continue reading