Holidays like Halloween offer an excuse to purge unwanted items and add personality to your home. Even better — you can find plenty of cool stuff for $20 or less.
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When you’re hosting overnight guests, cleaning the toilet and bathtub are gimmes. What to stock in the fridge and whether to pick them up at the airport might not be as clearcut.
You know how you have “gaydar” that allows you to know intuitively whether someone is gay? Yeah, it’s bullshit.
There should be nothing creepy about toys like a Wolverine blow-up hammer — except when you see where the spout is located you’ll feel differently.
If you’re trying to get one over on a huge multi-million dollar conglomerate, you’d better have your story straight.
We’d probably be better off if these awful products didn’t exist. But their unintentionally hilarious commercials have made the world a much better place.
Even if you consider money the root of all evil, it’s a necessity. It’s also filthy and, at times, costs more than its worth. We’ll explain.
Making lasting changes aren’t easy. Well, unless they’re these five changes, which are totally easy to implement if you have an iota of self-motivation.
From the jingle to the production quality to the fact that it made us want to punch a hole in our computer screens, it’s awful in every way possible.
How good are these TV pitchmen (and women)? They make 30-second commercials feel like they last a mere 20 seconds.