Hey everyone, there's a new controversial blog post to get mad about! This particular rage-freakout-du-jour is wildly misogynistic and narrow-minded, and it makes a poor attempt to drag down all of the women in Toronto with comments like the "women are obese" and there are "too many Asian and Indian girls. But yikes, where to begin? Is it these cities that are "sucking," or is it you, bruh bruh?
Why First-Date Dinners Suck
Why Dinner On The First Date Is A Bad Idea - Men Should Not Ask Women To Dinner On A First Date
It comprises ten illustrated and rhymed stories, mostly about children. Each has a clear moral that demonstrates the disastrous consequences of misbehavior in an exaggerated way. Der Struwwelpeter is one of the earliest books for children that combines visual and verbal narratives in a book format, and is considered a precursor to comic books. Der Struwwelpeter is known for introducing the character of the Tailor or Scissorman to Western literature. Some researchers now see the stories in the book as illustrations of many child mental disorders that we know about today. Hoffmann wrote Struwwelpeter in reaction to the lack of good books for children.
Why College Guys Actually Suck
Sign in. Watch now. In this Hunger Games spoof, Kantmiss Evershot must fight for her life in the 75th annual Starving Games, where she could also win an old ham, a coupon for a foot-long sub, and a partially eaten pickle. King Leonidas of Sparta and his army of 12 go to war against Xerxes of Persia to fight to the death for Sparta's freedom. Over the course of one evening, an unsuspecting group of twenty-somethings find themselves bombarded by a series of natural disasters and catastrophic events.
For many people, rejection and disappointment are necessary evils of dating. These feelings can be discouraging, but a new study suggests that the emotions may be far more common than they seem on those loneliest of nights. In the study, the researchers found that roughly 50 percent of people have trouble finding or keeping a romantic partner. And if this characterization applies to your life, the study authors offer a glimmer of encouragement: It's not you — it's evolution.