I'm not taking no fuckin' responsibility for cats I don't know, man.

By Shara on "Cream To Cream, Powder To Powder"

Haley, thank you for filling the void that was left when Jane's How to be a Girl column ended. This advice makes so much science sense!

Posted on April 27, 2015 at 10:08 am 1

By Sarah Galo on A Celebration of the Best Ella Fitzgerald Songs

@LiterarySara Yes! The inclusion of all the verses doesn't seem to happen as often as it should. Sure, Barbra Streisand's version is good, but it's only three minutes versus nearly eight! Thanks for reading :)

Posted on April 24, 2015 at 12:34 pm 1

By GEEKitty on My 90s/00s Beauty Trends: Where Are They Now?

Uhm I still have a pink and purple Caboodles case. (I am 29 and proud!) I'll check and see if your lipstick is in it.

Posted on April 22, 2015 at 5:23 pm 1

By tofuswalkman on When You Put A Stripper Pole In Your House

those videos just blew my goddamn mind

Posted on April 22, 2015 at 11:43 am 1

By TenyaLuna on I Can't Wear Heels

I can wear SOME heels for SOME amounts of time, although the only shoes that don't seem to give me pain with my now lots of time on my feet job are clogs. But I also can't wear like ballet flats for any reasonable (say, 8 hour work day) amount of time either. And shoes tend to either end up being uncomfortable or not staying on my feet or both! Why can't doc martens just be professional?

Posted on April 20, 2015 at 6:15 pm 1

By KatyK on I Can't Wear Heels

Two years ago, I had a very conscious summer style: Male Preppy Villain from an 80's Teen Movie. Last summer it was Gothy, Slutty Summer Camp Counselor. But I love Slutty Babysitter. I want to hear more "looks" because they make getting dressed so much more fun.

Posted on April 20, 2015 at 5:01 pm 1

By shalalas on I Can't Wear Heels

Team No Shoes.

Posted on April 20, 2015 at 3:43 pm 5

By truelove on 32 Feelings & Then Some: An Inquiry into the Non-Legacy of Ani DiFranco

man this hits hard. i do think the greater number of outspoken queer musicians around these days does have a lot to do with it! (also that righteous retreat thing-- some sort of disconnect on her part manifesting there). maybe even just the broader acceptance of queerness is a part of her aging out though. when i listened to her in college (and secretly in high school) it was this key mode of self-identification (like watching the L word). It drew us homos together, made me feel a part of things before i could really be part of a queer community. i mean, i also just liked her. but i'm afraid listening to her now will punch me too hard in the chest. let's find out!

(broad city abbi shouting "i'm not a mom!" comes to mind here)

thanks, you guys.

Posted on April 20, 2015 at 1:08 pm 4

By Betsy Murgatroyd on "It’s perfectly possible that she will react badly."

This is one of those things where I'd just write a Dear John letter and move to another country because there is no scenario where this will not end badly. I was just like O.O when I read this letter. I'm okay with the bisexuality part but the sleeping with either of my parents would be a big no.

Posted on April 13, 2015 at 12:11 pm 2

By LilyB on "It’s perfectly possible that she will react badly."

Wait, wait. Dad and boyfriend each have pictures of the other and are at an "impasse"? So Dad is threatening to tell the daughter if boyfriend doesn't, and boyfriend is threatening to retaliate by telling Mom? Yeah I don't see this working out.

Posted on April 13, 2015 at 11:49 am 2