Gynomite is a real live couples and family therapist licensed in 2 1/2 states (seriously!) and she would love to take a crack at your emotional dilemmas. Write her at firstname.lastname@example.org- all emails stay confidential. You can also check her out on her weekly column over at Lemondrop. Today, Gynomite takes on what happens when you change your look and it doesn’t change your life.
I recently lost around 30 lbs that I needed to lose. My boyfriend didn’t pressure me to do it at all but was encouraging and he says he likes the way I look now, but I’m way more self conscious than ever about how I look naked. I feel like I have loose skin and still need to lose some weight, and he will kid me about it by saying stuff like “Where’s the rest of my girlfriend?!” when we’re about to get busy. I thought I would be really excited about losing weight, but I just feel worse than ever.
Now, for your outdated enjoyment, here is Andrew Dice Clay’s opening monologue from the 1992 MTV something Awards. This monologue got him banned from MTV for life. Luckily for MTV, that wasn’t a super hard promise for them to keep.
The website Cracked is the king of random lists. Today I was enjoying 7 Mind Blowing Easter Eggs Hidden in Famous Works of Art. My favorite one was all the examples of artists painting UFOs into the background of famous paintings.
And you could be like “oh the Swiss are just weird like that”, but this painting was done in Germany and basically shows the same thing:
Usually, pics of the Great Pyramid of Khafre are taken facing west. You wanna know why?
Jump to take a look at what the view looks like when you photograph this gorgeous beast of history from the east.
What’s the difference between these two posters, which are up in essentially every train station in my life?
The show itself is sold out (wah wahhh), but Comix is selling other awesome stuff for charity, go here to bid on it!
Nope, it’s not a band, it’s just one of the creepiest things I’ve ever heard of. And it falls from the sky.