Business Tag

In the age of virtual reality, it’s never been easier to avoid actual reality. It’s acceptable now to send digital messages over speaking face-to-face, to surf your phone while out on a date, and to wear earphones in both ears while driving (this one bothers me the most for some reason). But there’s a centuries old practice which still remains the most effective way to produce and cultivate relationships. Going out for beers. It’s simple, yet often overlooked. Having beers is a social convention that dissolves all differences and bringsRead More
If someone asks me what my father does for a living, I tell them he makes cake. Not intending to sound like a brat, but my father really does make dough. He’s a baker. Being the daughter of a baker, you can imagine the delicacies and delicious treats that are always within my hand’s reach. But eating my fill of chocolate goodies is not the only benefit I have. Watching my father run his establishment has provided first-hand knowledge and insight into what it takes to run a small business.Read More
The Malaysian flight isn’t the only big news in Asia. Recently, a man was passing through the security line at the Beijing airport. The line was a tad slow, so he started to complain. At first, it was stuff that we’ve all complained about. You know, things like how much security sucks and how it all feels like a waste of time. But this fine gentleman took it a step further. When he saw just how slow the security agents were operating, he asked one if he needed to “dropRead More

Posted On March 19, 2014By Hilary FitzgeraldIn Advice For Men, Advice For Women, Girlzone, Lifestyle

Please Stop Texting Your Boss

While I’m aware I’ll have to survive off fantasies of a world without texting, I know I can fight for one cause… Please, dear God, stop texting your boss. Why? Texting has already ruined every relationship in your life. Let’s go through a mental checklist: Lovers? Deleted your number awhile ago. Friends? Sick of the same stories. Parents? Don’t even call you anymore. You? It’s so over… (because you just killed yourself in a texting and driving accident) Did anyone text me? No. What about now? Hmm. Hmm. Hmmm. Oh now?Read More

Posted On March 10, 2014By Ascher RobbinsIn Internet, The Scene

This Website Will Change Your Life: The Useless Web

While Sophie’s first installment in this series of life-changing websites was on the serious end of the spectrum, this volume of the series is on the utterly inane and ridiculous side. While productivity and useful tools can certainly change your life, so can a website that can consume hours of your time doing unproductive things! Hey, nobody ever said “This Website Will Change Your Life” meant that it would change it for the BETTER. Alas, meet The Useless Web. The Useless Web is exactly what it sounds like: useless. ThisRead More

Posted On March 7, 2014By Allyson DarlingIn Advice For Women, Girlzone

Twenty Two Lessons to Learn in Your Twenties

Your twenties are a decade to learn, grow, and make mistakes.  Below are the most important lessons 

I have learned so far.   1.  Despite how much they are jiggled in your face like a shake weight, transvestites with prosthetic breasts and penises, will not enjoy you grabbing their breasts for a picture, even if they are working at a transvestite restaurant.   2.  Check. Your. Oil. When the lever on your oil gauge moves back and forth from empty to full, your car, also known as Betty, has notRead More

Posted On February 24, 2014By StaffIn Gallery

Steel Wool: A Photographic Phenomenon

Landscapes and portraits are just fantastic, but our friend Michael Williams does some crazy-cool tricks to make his photographs stand out. Michael uses steel wool to create some of the most breathtaking pictures we’ve seen…and we think that you’ll agree. Check out more of Michael’s captivating photography here.                    Read More

Posted On February 22, 2014By StaffIn Advice For Men, Manzone

Things Someone Should Have Taught You

-1- How to Sharpen a Knife with a whetstone First off, you need a whetstone and some form of lubricant.  Spit will work but you can use the special sharpening oil if no one ever taught you how to spit.  You can also you use sex lube.  I’m sure it will work.  Some stones will have more than one surface and which one you use will be determined by how jacked up your blade is.  If your blade looks like it was confused with a hammer at one point, then youRead More

Posted On February 7, 2014By StaffIn Gallery

Epic Powder

Winter in Colorado makes for some awesome powder days. Our friend Bjorn Bauer lives on the slopes, taking the sickest action shots you’ll find online. With the Olympics coming up, it’s time you appreciate the beauty of skiing and snowboarding. Enjoy. And please, check out all of Bjorn’s amazing work here.                            Read More

Posted On February 6, 2014By Renée RapinIn Miscellaneous, Rants

Act Like an Adult

So I’m going to assume most people reading this are over the age of 18. Therefore, you are an adult. Act like one. Here are seven situations in which I see people continuously act like lazy children and I CAN’T DEAL WITH IT ANYMORE.   1. Pick up after the messes you make. -We’ve all been there. You’re in a rush at the grocery store trying to make it home in time for the Bachelor. There’s that last item you need to grab so you run down the aisle withRead More

Posted On January 29, 2014By StaffIn Girls, Manzone

#WCW – Ashley Alexiss

It’s Wednesday and you know what that means: time for some hot women. This week, we’d like to introduce Ashley Alexiss. -Ashley Alexiss- Twitter: @AshAlexiss Instagram: ashalexiss Known for: Modeling, using social media in all the right ways, starting Cleavage for the Cure…which is definitely a cause we appreciate. -One of the most-active models on Twitter and Instagram, you should DEFINITELY be following Ashley Alexiss. Ashley is based out of Massachusetts, and is actually good friends with last week’s beauty, Megan (don’t worry, we have another picture of the both of them). AshleyRead More
As the New Year starts, many people are thinking about putting their best foot forward to find a new job or re-vamp their business attire. Business attire does not usually change often. Nevertheless, it can be used to differentiate between conservative, business casual, and in some places casual wear. To prove how little business attire really does change, I interviewed one of the top sales people at Saks Fifth Avenue, where I work. Throughout the decades, one of the main changes she has seen concerns medical students. Twenty years ago,Read More