The average American will consume more than 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving Day. To put it another way, that’s more than double our daily recommended caloric intake according to the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, who say that the average woman only requires 1500 calories per day and the average man only needs 2,000 calories per day.
Ah, it’s that time of year again -- the time where we all calmly shop in peace while sharing laughs and good times together. We are all sure to remember the holiday spirit by helping others and being thankful for what we have.
A recent article on Your Tango instructed its female readers to follow four rules when it comes to dating a “nerd.” The rules were pretty simple: 1) Appreciate him; 2) Never knock his nerdy tastes; 3) Take an interest in his nerdy stuff; and 4) Find common ground.
UGH, gay people, right? They just can't seem to keep their little same-sex-lovin’ fingers out of trouble! Well, now they've really gone and done it. Last year, New York State did something silly and passed the Marriage Equality Act, allowing same-sex couples to marry…each other! (“Oh no they di’int!” said Adam & Eve.) And because of that, it was obviously only a matter of time before we were punished with a natural disaster. (“Happiness? Equality? Totes my least fav things, lol," said Jesus.)
I consider myself to be at least averagely intelligent; however, I'm able to understand politics just about as well as I can speak German (I only know how to say “sabberst du oder hast du spass machen?” which I think means “Can we go snorkeling?” or “Do you have rabies?”).
It seems like the minute someone gains an ounce of attention, a Blockbuster hit or a paycheck over $100K, they feel authorized to provide the rest of the world with their omniscient advice and thoughts on life. But just because some celeb who's been through rehab 85 times is dishing it out doesn't mean we have to take it. So, here are some celebs who might be worth listening to -- and some who probably aren't.
Hi, my name is Alyssa, and I’m a horror movie snob.
Very few movies truly scare me, but a lot of them entertain me. For example, have you seen Cabin in the Woods? That movie was great. Sure, it was tacky and comical, but at least it was original and unique. But then there are completely bland, cliché movies, like Orphan, where you just want to be like, “Uh, maybe you shouldn't have adopted the CREEPIEST GIRL IN THE ROOM, who's dressed like she’s from the 1800s and painting disturbing pictures in the corner all by herself.”
But even though I’m a snob, I can appreciate and respect that not everyone has the same taste as me (that’s soooo big of me, right?!). So, I've created a guide to help you choose what horror movie is best for you this Halloween.
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