If you thought that hamsters were adorable creatures who love nothing more than to munch on veggies, sleep in a sweet little ball and perform acrobatic stunts while hanging from the bars of their cages, I’m here to set the record straight.
Hamsters are savage cannibals!
Do not let their…
I am so ducking done with you.
For years you’ve made my life a living he’ll…no, hell! I want to say hell, dammit!! No one ends a sentence with he’ll. Other than right there, of course.
I’d like to say you have made a fool of me for…
A thin layer of ice forms inside my veins
It creeps along the vessels, into the atrium and spreads quickly into my lungs
I exhale a frozen vapor and my throat catches on the sharp edges
It hasn’t always been this hard for us
Even laughter once muffled indifference brewing beneath…
Regrettably, I did not know you long enough to give you an endearing name, as I do for most of the tiny and adorable creatures I find in my backyard.
In fact, I only came to know of your existence after I had oh-so-cruelly snuffed it out.
Dear Open Letter Enthusiasts,
Today, Friday, April 2, 2021, is your last day to enter our first Open Letters Contest!
WAIT, WHAT?? There’s an Open Letters contest??
Yes, yes there is! Here’s all the information about it:
Get your entries in by midnight PST (GMT-7)
All approved submissions will be…
You are simply the cutest!!
I am having trouble containing my emotion over you.
I want to explain to you why…no…drop it…DROP….Drop...it…please. Good boy.
Now, where was I? Oh yes. I want to explain to you why you see me wringing my hands when I see you.
My father died on January 6, 2020, and I am grateful he didn't live longer than that.
I’m not a horrible person. And neither was he.
Let me be very clear about something; if my father could have had a long and healthy life, I would have wanted that. …
One-hit wonders, the pay-dirt of the ‘80s. It seemed like there was a new one every week.
In fact, some sources will suggest that the ‘80s absolutely obliterated every decade, from the ‘50s through to today, in the sheer number of artists who only charted once.
Other, more analytical, sources…