Or maybe Ann Taylor is just doing their part to raise awareness for shark attack victims.
“Chandelier” — and its amazing video — might finally make America as obsessed with Sia as it should be.
Like any good boyfriend, the guy who works at the coffee shop you always go to knows exactly what you want and is eager to give it to you.
“I didn’t say, ‘Have you ever f*%ked a fat girl?’ I’m sure you have, every guy has. No. I’m saying have you ever dated a fat girl? Have you ever kissed a fat girl?”
No man will ever make you feel as desired and beautiful as the one who know he shouldn’t be with you, but is anyway.
Someone announces on Facebook that they’re starting some new diet or weight loss plan and you’re like “Mmhmm. Okay.”
Pro tip: Hiding in the bathroom from your toddler’s meltdown gives you a free minute to examine all your new gray hairs.
The 25-year-old says she wanted to present a more positive abortion story, but a lot of people are upset. What do you think?
Has social media’s “please look at every waking moment of my life” validation-fest made us disbelieving that there are flesh-and-blood humans doing things for no reason beyond self-satisfaction?
We assume we have to accept these lame things because “it’s just how dating works now”. Uh, no. Time to shut it down.