Stuff you should put on your to-do list this week.
“The best part of The Notebook was when the two old people laid down together and died at the end. After watching this POS, that’s kind of what I felt like doing, too.” Nick Honeywell hates some movies most people love.
“The sudden change in our local weather calls for pulling together our three main loves: people, food and music. In an effort to prepare, here are four menus, paired with some of the best dinner party music we know. Who wants to come over?”
“There are more trucker hats and bump-its than I’ve seen in one place. 99.9% of the men have short hair, and 0.01% of the women do. The skinny, disheveled hipster boys I’m used to are elsewhere.” Traci Cumbay reports from the CrossFit Games.
“Don’t let anybody talk you into anything less than the commode that can flush 18 golf balls. Throw away the plunger.” David Anderson makes a game of thrones.
“Pretend that this is the first time you have ever seen or heard of the item below and it is a new survival product on the market: the Tactical Adventure Medical Preparedness Outdoors Necessity (T.A.M.P.O.N.).” Creek Stewart wants you to be prepared.
“Any third grader could enumerate the disadvantages of having such a condition, especially is he has an degree in ophthalmology.” But James Morris‘s (thick) glasses are half full.
“Unfortunately, the relationship Cheryl and I had is no more–but the joint Netflix account we shared is still going strong! Yay! That means Netflix Instant Thursdays lives on!” Andy Bankin (and Cheryl) pick some movies.
“Before you invest time and money in a degree program, consider these 10 tips for making graduate school affordable.” Tara Campbell has your money-saving advice.
“Who doesn’t love a good mash-up? After all, there’s a reason why Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are turning 85 this year!” Corey Michael Dalton mashes up a Punchlist.