you can call me dogmouth if that's easier
Taglines still on the drawing board:
A dress made to turn heads! With its trendy zipper sewn inside-out on purpose, you'll wonder how this ever made it off the assembly line.
You'll be in the lap of luxury in this frock. Constructed with cheap synthetic fabric for built-in fly up protection. With its static cling, never worry about the wind showing your treasure to the world.
Gird your loins! Are you ready for the thinnest, most flimsiest gossamer fabric cut improperly across the fabric grain? Introducing a MadCloth exclusive: The FUPAnator! Now you can display your food baby and camel toe the classy way... with a nod and a wink. ;-)
The reviews for hilarious products are also pretty great: http://www.modcloth.com/shop/hairaccessories/claws-for-celebration-headband?view=reviews
Because cat ears are totes a must-have-classy-chic accessory every girl needs.
I do own a fair few things from Modcloth I'm happy with, but holy shit yes, those descriptions are two twee steps away from Anthropologie's (who still take the hilarity cake - Anthroparodie is one of my favourite things on the internet)
All this makes me feel better that the customs charges are too much for me to ever buy anything from Modcloth.
@Megasus Just to point out - the FDA does not actually do testing of drugs. The companies that are making the drugs are required to do testing based on all sorts of guidelines, then the FDA is supposed to review the results and either approve or tell them to go back and test more.
Sometimes, they'll approve a drug contingent on further testing or on monitoring it once it is marketed, because you may only be able to see certain things once a really large number of people have taken it.
Remember, though, that a 56% increase doesn't actually mean that 56% of people using the Nuvaring will get a blood clot. It just means that compared to the other birth control there's 56% higher chance of developing a blood clot. If the original birth control came with a TINY chance (say 10/10,000 = 0.1% chance) a 50% higher chance in the Nuvaring would mean 15/10,000 people = 0.15% chance. It's important to actually look at what these increases in relative risk mean in the context of the real risk numbers.
In the arms of an angel...
@I'm Right on Top of that, Rose Thank you! I'm so glad to see a bit of opposition to Cumberbatch's supposed hotness on the Hairpin finally. Because I really, really can't help but think he looks like Voldemort.
Make your very own Benedict Cumberbatch at home! Here's how:
(Step 1) Craft a life-size likeness of Michael C. Hall from soft butter
(Step 2) Leave said likeness in the sun for an hour
(Step 3) Add the spark of sentient life to the likeness.
God, thank you. Cumberbatch looks like a sloth.