Category Archives: changing age

Tostitos Locos

Target supermarkets house some of the greatest things on this Earth. From Jumbo Push-Pops to baconnaise and Kevin James DVDs, few shopping experiences even compare. Thanks to Target, you could even win prizes! But not just any prizes: the best … Continue reading

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FaceApp: Episode I – The Mannequin Menace

So you know how FaceApp is currently both the dumbest and the best app? Dull selfies are transformed into absurd gems in a single tap and one can’t help but adore every goofy function the app has to offer. One … Continue reading

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Paper Gold: Brain and Face Maps

We’ve all experienced this. In a movie or a series, whenever someone reaches for something and looks at it, a picture frame, a piece of paper, it usually sucks. I tried to escape it but this week wouldn’t let me. … Continue reading

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Harry Potter And The Deathly Combovers

I don’t like Harry Potter. I haven’t read the books, not due to laziness but rather due to a sense that if everyone’s reading and liking something, chances are it actually sucks. Besides, when you know The Worst Witch has … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday J-Gar: Have your cake… and wear it, too.

I remember noticing, back when I was in secondary school, the proliferation of Simpsons folk-art. Stuck on every wall, it seemed, was a sugar paper poster with a badly-drawn Bart or Homer on it. Their wobbly but well-known forms would … Continue reading

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Msn On The Stars: “Are You Old?”

For Hotmail people such as I, there’s something irresistible about those msn.com articles, they’re like catchy pop songs: they’re dumb, they offer nothing but fast-food crap for your ears (or in this case: EYES) and their very existence make you … Continue reading

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