Some people can get away with carrying one card and a house key, others cannot. More
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Tired of the same old party dress? Try one of these unique pieces. More
Need a little liquid courage to handle your extended family this Thanksgiving? Us, too. More
“Sorry, I can’t come. My dog’s nail polish is still wet.” More
Because you can’t play “Thriller” on repeat all night long. More
Bottoms up, witches! More
The end of August is officially here, and that means it’s time to fire up the barbecue and crack open a cold one. More
Once upon a time in Greek Life Land, entire cultures were reduced to “party themes”…
Am I the only one brave enough to say that girls-only baby showers are a total drag? I know that girl-exclusive baby showers are as old as time, but this is the new millennium, people. The more I observe in my social circles and on social media, the more I see coed baby showers popping up as an alternative to snooze-worthy ladies brunch showers, and I welcome the change with open arms. More
When you’re pregnant, there are hundreds of ways you can milk the situation, pun intended. Yes, I’m talking about baby showers and so much more. I always thought a baby shower was a baby shower was a baby shower—until I read on a previous Mommyish thread about the many different pregnancy celebrations that are popping up on Birth Boards.
Good god, my life is so boring. More
Is the second half of “#YOLO” the acronym “SALAD” (So Act Like A Douche)? Because I’m starting to wonder why the ones who popularized the phrase most/worst are the most obnoxious, unlikable human beings in America.
I blame the Smirnoff. More
What is it with people these days choosing to push boundaries with party themes? Sometimes, these ideas are playful and fun. It’s lovely. Sometimes, these ideas are terrible; for example, that sorority from Penn State who assumed all Mexicans are impoverished drug addicts. Not so lovely, and that is why they were publicly ridiculed.
Of course, not everybody learns the “be creative, not cruel” rule when it comes to parties; now, Flaunt magazine wants in on the good ol’ racist action, too. More