A sweet sixteen is a coming of age party celebrating a girl’s sixteenth birthday, primarily in the United States and Canada. The term “sweet” is indicative of the innocence and virginity of the girl before she becomes a woman. It is the age of consent in many states, hence it is viewed by many adolescents as an important milestone. Continue reading Tell Teleflora its 2022, not 1932
I can see exhibiting the tv during the Superbowl, to generate buzz for it, but why run an ad every night during Family Feud? The big prize on Family Feud is only $20,000, to be split by 5 people. Meaning, a contestant who wins big, only gets $4,000 individually. They’d have to win the jackpot 25 times to afford that television and the game show doesn’t allow it. Family Feud does not give rise to Ken Jennings millionaires. LG should be satisfied with pushing their $259 Stylo cell phone to LG audiences, not a tv that costs more than their condo. Continue reading What is even Wrong with LG?
Karen Carpenter sang “Rainy days and Mondays always get me down,” but I think my crisis is more existential. Every time I read or watch a biography, I mourn. I just finished Tab Hunter Confidential: The Making of a Movie … Continue reading Why do Biographies Always Make Me Cry?
For nearly a year, Starbucks has been gradually phasing out its traditional flat lid for the irksome sippy cup model. My local stores long carried both, but since last year, I’ve had to specifically ask for the flat lid. They … Continue reading Starbucks, Your New Lid Sucks
Getting our grump on. Why must trash be so dirty? Continue reading Trash Talk