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Tag Archive | "Memes"

Word of the Week: Cinemadultery

Thursday, March 12, 2015

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photo via flickr These days, most of us watch TV on our own schedule, rather than sitting down in front of the box when the networks tell us to. In fact, plenty of people never even sit in front of a television set to watch their favorite shows! And plenty of us wait until an [...]

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Love Has No Labels

Friday, March 6, 2015

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“Before anything else, we are all human.¬†It‚Äôs time to embrace diversity.¬†Let‚Äôs put aside labels in the name of love.” No, it’s not skeleton porn. #LoveHasNoLabels is the new diversity and inclusion campaign by the Ad Council. ¬†There’s a dedicated website with a quiz, stories, tips, resources and the obligatory adorable video that will melt the [...]

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Jumping on the “Fifty Shades” Meme Bandwagon

Thursday, February 19, 2015

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Okay, we know we said we’d stop with the “Fifty Shades” posts¬†once the movie came out, but we can’t stop! We’re addicted. We’ve been enjoying the Shades meme wherein Christian Grey reveals his curiously singular tastes, and they turn out to be….an interest in, say, computer servers. So we thought we’d come up with a [...]

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How to Ruin a Date in 5 Words

Thursday, January 15, 2015

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Some hashtags come and go on Twitter faster than a teen boy on prom night. But¬†#RuinADateInFiveWords¬†is still going strong, and it’s been weeks now! That’s some stamina worth paying attention to. Here are some that have been posted just in the past hour or so: I’m not thirsty, Mr. Cosby by @JohnFugelsang¬†and¬†What size fursuit you [...]

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25 Romantic Comedies Turned Very, Very Scary

Tuesday, December 23, 2014

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We’re suckers for a good Twitter meme, even if they do make us feel like the clumsy kid who always gets picks last in gym class (i.e. when we contribute to a meme in what we consider to be a hilarious fashion, and are met with resounding Twitter silence). But like the clumsy kid in [...]

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Discovered Awesome New Anal Lube #Blessed

Tuesday, May 6, 2014

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Gun Oil lube is available at GoodVibes.com We laughed out loud at the recent NYT article poking fun at the many ways people use the hashtag “blessed” to describe strokes of luck or good fortune (and yes, the Styles section is one of our go-to reads on the weekend, we confess — especially since they [...]

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Top 10 Male Celebrity Feminists Andrew Garfield Could Learn From

Friday, April 25, 2014

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Emma Stone¬†went viral this week when she called out her boyfriend, Andrew Garfield, for his casual sexism during a Q&A session promoting The Amazing Spider-Man 2. When a little boy asked Garfield how Spider-Man got his costume, he said: “He made it. He made it with his bare hands. He sewed it… It’s kind of [...]

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The Whisper App Will Make You Despair for Humanity

Friday, April 4, 2014

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photo via flickr All the buzz right now about anonymous secret-sharing apps like Whisper, Secret, and Yik Yak makes us feel really old — after all, PostSecret has been doing this for almost a decade already. The main difference, of course, is that PostSecret requires you to put some thought into your secret: You mail [...]

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Bi-Curious George: The Best of #RuinAChildrensBook

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

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This week’s most fun hashtag trending on Twitter was #RuinAChildrensBook. Given that we each have two small kids and we’ve been writing about sex for fifteen years — often between diaper changes and school runs — this hashtag was practically made for us. Here are our favorite ruined book titles that we posted to Twitter [...]

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Which Disney Princess Are You? (Em & Lo Style)

Monday, January 27, 2014

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Results from the Zimbio quiz “Which Disney Princess Are You?” have been popping up in our Facebook feed this week. Most of them are as saccharine and subtly sexist as the Disney movies themselves: They’re just begging for a more honest edit, with a little tough love thrown in — one that reflects the disturbing [...]

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