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Sometimes you come across pictures so strange and twisted, you just have to share them with strangers via the internet.
With that in mind, I present to you Mary Jose Cristerna, aka “The Vampire Woman,” aka “The Woman Of Your Dreams.”
And by dreams I mean those things you never have anymore because seriously, good luck sleeping ever again.
I don’t care how cute you are or how attracted to you I might be. If you bring up the idea of a group date on the first date, thanks for playing try again later.
What is it with guys these days wanting to bring their boys on dates? The first date is reserved for the two of you.
You’re going out with a guy you don’t know, so why accept the added pressure of 10 other guys you do not know? You are trying to establish a connection with one person – which is difficult to do when trying to entertain 20.
Recently I dated two different guys who believed in this group date philosophy. One basically hinted he wanted to bring out his pals to find out how I would act in a social environment (or something) and the other sheepishly told me he wanted his friends as a security net because he has a hard time opening up to new people.
Both of these situations made me mad. Guy 1 was attempting to test me and guy 2 was afraid of me. I may be borderline relationship handicapped, but to me these don’t exactly spell out longterm relationships.
And I know it’s just not me who is encountering these spineless males- my sister just fell victim to one of these awful dates the other day. Her solo date was hijacked by a large formal gathering. And to what end? Awkwardness. Sheer awkwardness. She won’t be going out with him again.
Group dates are like a flashback to the 6th grade… when making a move was grabbing someone’s hand in the cafeteria. So, natrually whenever this group idea is posed to me, I can’t help but think to myself, “What time will your mom be picking me up?” Because it’s just that childish.
If you are incapable of making small talk with a girl for a short period of time, you probably shouldn’t be dating. (and should move out of your parent’s basement).
Bottom line for me: If I wanted to date your friends, I would. If you want to date me, grow a pair.
Does anyone have Mark Zuckerberg’s address? I need to know where to direct the mob. I get it, facebook services over 8 million people, but is there a reason we weren’t told about this?
Time to put those rumors of a facebook revamp to bed… or just jump ship and go to google +
Because The new timeline feature, yeah that one you hate, is now mandatory.
If you are unaware of how timeline operates, let me break it down for you. Now instead of just showcasing your most recent posts, the front page can be scrolled back months or even years at a time.
Some are offering this change will bring about a bit of nostalgia, but I whole-heartedly disagree. I worked very hard to get rid of some of the things I’ve done only to find not only will I have to painfully relive them… so will my friends.
Think about all the dirt this will reveal. Your timeline will remind of you breakups, money troubles, and all those frat party photos you thought you’d never have to see again. Yep. Depending on your settings, these black holes in your digital soul will show everyone – new followers and prospective employers alike – the parts of you that should have been banned to the deep recesses of the internet.
Thankfully for us, the users of Facebook are well versed in controversy (having an entire film dedicated to airing their dirty laundry) so they’ve offered us a buffer zone. What does that mean? Go start rapid fire deleting s#$% .
The clock is ticking. I know some people whose profiles have already been hijacked, but the official turn is next Tuesday.
Don’t let this catch you off-guard. Take some time to review your bad decisions. As terrible as it is to go through them, it will be way better for you to get to things before your interviewer does.
Because some people like a little coffee with their Kahlua.
Maybe you’ve already heard about this and I’m a little slow on the draw, but this is the best news ever. It’s the perfect idea. Get drunk at Starbucks, then sober up at Starbucks. They have everything you need now!
SEATTLE(AP) Starbucks, the company that proved there’s no such thing as paying too much for a cup of coffee, is expanding its experiment with wine and beer.
The company said Monday that it will start selling wine, beer and “premium” foods, like small plates and hot flatbread sandwiches, at four to six stores in Atlanta and another four to six in southern California by the end of the year. That builds on the company’s recent announcement of the same plans for about half a dozen stores in Chicago.
Starbucks first tested the wine and beer concept at a store in its headquarters city of Seattle in October 2010. It now serves beer and wine at five stores in Seattle and one in Portland, Ore.
The company hasn’t released numbers on whether the new drinks have increased traffic, but it says the change has been popular with customers.
Wine and beer lists will differ by region. The stores in Washington state and Oregon serve Dead Guy Ale and Stella Artois lager, among other drinks.
The coffee giant says the alcoholic offerings, which won’t be available until the afternoon, will help it attract evening customers and expand its appeal to community groups and book clubs looking for space to meet.
It could also be a way to attract higher-end customers, a tack many companies are taking as the middle class is squeezed by the weak economy. Starbucks said in a news release that it selected stores “where it is relevant for the neighborhood.”
PSHH. I was drunk at Starbucks before getting drunk at Starbucks was cool.
Will you be enjoying alcoholic beverages at the ‘bucks?
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The internet has become a virtual graveyard for past flings. Everything from facebook relationship status changes to pictures of you and your ex on that Hawaiian cruise serve as digitial memories of lost loves.
But should this evidence have an expiration date?
I once dated a guy who all but demanded I take down a picture I had on my Facebook of my ex. This created quite the uncomfortable situation as I didn’t see the need to get rid of it, and he took the picture as me still having feelings for old guy. It was a losing battle for both of us. I eventually took it down, thinking to myself, maybe this does send the wrong message, but I resented him for pointing it out to me.
When I break up with someone, my initial thoughts do not revolve around deletion. Sure we’ll cut off contact, but do I really go through my phone deleting every text message, defriending him on facebook? Absolutely not… because I have a life.
I can understand how if the break up is very painful or you were seriously hurt in the process, you might not want a person to pop up on your newsfeed – maybe you don’t need the constant reminder that someone you loved has moved on. I’ll give you that.
But how far is this supposed to go? A guy points out a picture that disturbs him, okay sure maybe it really isn’t a big deal and you take it down… but must we take inventory of any ties to past guys on social networking sites, photo sites, cell phone cameras? And what about email? Are you to sit there and search for any message, google chat, instant message that bears an old flame’s name?
I once dated a guy in the army and though we have ended things, I’ve kept every letter he’s ever written me in a little box. It’s not like I look at them all the time, but it was a special relationship, my first love in fact, and I can’t bring myself to throw them out. So it’s no surprise that when sorting the messy internet trail of my love life, I feel there’s an emotional importance in preserving digital memories as well.
Instead of going through this tedious process in an attempt to erase former suitors, maybe the key to the internet is to just stop doing any of this all together. No pictures, no relationship statuses, nothing that could tie you to another person indefinitely.
But let’s be honest, that is about as plausible as my new years resolutions: never going to happen.
So when it comes to ditching digital evidence of exes, what feels right? Do you have a timeline to get rid of said memories? Or maybe you don’t even care about this at all?
The only thing I can think of while he is singing is he sort of sounds like Roseanne.
If Steven Tyler the idol judge was watching this performance, it would be a unanimous no from the panel. How can we expect him to judge the quality of other performers when he does something like this?
Now, don’t misunderstand, I LOVE Steven Tyler. And when I was first watching this, I tried to persuade myself it wasn’t all that bad… but honestly, the more you see it, the more cringe worthy it becomes.
Maybe I’m just upset at his Patriot scarf, but I feel like he dropped the ball here.
What are your thoughts?
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