Last week, Jay-Z and Beyoncé welcomed their first daughter into the world. On January 7th, Beyoncé Knowles gave birth to Blue Ivy Carter, proving one thing and one thing for sure. I really need to get famous.
Was she trying to send a message to Kanye?
Cardi made the announcement on her Instagram account with a pretty Beyoncé-esque maternity photo.
Below is a 50 question SUPER QUIZ that I administered to college sophomores in my Graphic Novels: Lit Genres class. They took it at the end of the semester, and whoever scored highest received tickets to Age of Ultron.
I wonder if these feelings of resentment and shame were what my parents had pictured when they first made the decision to rename our family. Were they excited by the prospect of a new life in the Western world, picking out newfangled names like jelly beans in the candy store, rolling each one around their mouth, feeling the way its sounds melted onto their tongue?
Real men tell us how they really feel about a tradition that’s rarely questioned.
“Kiss my ass.” —John Wayne Gacy
Benedict Cumberbatch is the star of the BBC show Sherlock and also of this one reoccurring dream I have where we ride unicorns off into the rainbow mist and make out under a shooting star.
In “The Seven” episode of Seinfeld, George tells his fiancée Susan that if they have a child – a boy or a girl – he’d like to name it “Seven,” after Mickey Mantle’s jersey number. Now, in real life, Israeli couple Lior and Vardit Adler are taking after George and naming their new daughter with a quotidian word: “like.” The inspiration for the name comes from the “like” feature on Facebook…
when you first fell in love with (insert dog name here) you two were inseparable.