Beanie babies rose to fame around the same time the internet did, so you can only imagine how COOL and IMPORTANT it was to have a website all about our beloved beanie baby creatures.
I look at my phone again. I pick it up with both hands. You see, my phone is fragile now; it carries precious cargo — your “like” and my status.
Enough about married people. You guys already had your moment (and it was beautiful, it really was — hope you’re using that colander!) but it’s not about you anymore. It’s about engagements!
Which. Okay, creepy. Super creepy. Totally. I get it.
Apple’s lengthy history of near-plagiarism (let’s include the Apple-Braun comparisons currently making their way through the tubes) would not be so bad if they were not consistently and fervently fighting the same nature of innovation Jobs helped to birth.
Unlike my opponent, who has spent years enshrined as a cog in our broken political machine, I got my experience in the private sector. An extremely private sector. I’m talking about my bedroom.
“I work in marketing and it’s taking over my life, I don’t know how turn it off, seriously, someone send help.”
“Of course I didn’t notice that you resemble the Elephant Man in my profile picture; I was distracted by how thin I look.”
A friend and I would jokingly come up with fake xoJane headlines like, “Top 5 Moisturizers for People Who’ve Been Molested” or “It Happened To Me: My Boyfriend Lied About Being A Ghost!” So why can’t I stop reading xoJane?