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Vintage Photos of the New York Subway

TweetBeautiful old photos of the New York Subway System. Ask anyone who lives here, the most quintessentially New York thing [...]

Beautiful old photos of the New York Subway System. Ask anyone who lives here, the most quintessentially New York thing about New York is the subway system. Nowhere else in the world is there a rail system as dirty, with as many delays, homeless people, subway singers, and fashion whores touching up their mascara on their 9 AM train rides of shame. It is very New York, and it is glorious. The New ... More...


By • Apr 17th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


The Mullet Toss Isn’t What You Think

TweetI’m going to go out on a limb and say that you’re under the impression that a mullet toss is [...]

I’m going to go out on a limb and say that you’re under the impression that a mullet toss is the literal throwing of humans with mullet-styled hair. It’s not, but I’m betting a lot of the people involved in said mullet toss DO have mullets on their heads. Perdido Key, Fla. is well known for white sand beaches and turquoise Gulf waters. The sixteen mile-long island is home to B... More...


By • Apr 16th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL



Introducing: People of Panama City

TweetPeople of Panama City takes trashy to the next level. I may have lived in New York for the past [...]

People of Panama City takes trashy to the next level. I may have lived in New York for the past 7 years, but I will always, always be from Panama City, Florida. It doesn’t matter how long you are away, or if you never live there again, if you were born and raised in Panama City you will never escape. Personally, I never want to. I don’t know of any other place that is both so abundantly beautiful and ... More...


By • Apr 13th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


The Neon Giant Robot in Buenos Aires

TweetThis giant robot in Argentina makes people happy by changing emotions… and it’s neon. The robot is aptly named Coloso, [...]

This giant robot in Argentina makes people happy by changing emotions… and it’s neon. The robot is aptly named Coloso, and his job is to make the people of Buenos Aires happy. Built in 2012 by an art collective called DOMA, Coloso was originally meant to be used for entry into a design event. The giant robot was made of a wire frame standing 150 feet tall, and basically just looks like... More...


By • Apr 11th, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Dystopian Japanese Capsule Apartments

TweetThese dystopian Japanese capsule apartments are the picture of modern efficiency. Have you ever wanted to live in a washing [...]

These dystopian Japanese capsule apartments are the picture of modern efficiency. Have you ever wanted to live in a washing machine? If you have, keep reading. The Nakagin Tower, designed by Kisho Kurokawa is a result of the experimental architecture of the mid 20th Century.  It is made up of two separate towers and 140 prefabricated dystopian capsules that serve as tiny little apartments. The idea... More...


By • Apr 10th, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL


The Peanut Butter Facts: These Reeses Offer the Biggest Peanut Butter Bang

TweetIf you’re obsessed with Reese’s, the only peanut butter facts you’ll ever need to know are which varieties offer the [...]

If you’re obsessed with Reese’s, the only peanut butter facts you’ll ever need to know are which varieties offer the greatest peanut butter to chocolate ratio. I can remember my Reese’s cravings as early as the late 80s. I was basically a toddler, and addicted to the sweet peanut butter innards like it was kiddie crack. In essence, I think it may have been, because fast forw... More...


By • Apr 9th, 2015 • Category: Food, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Paradise Coast Festival Season in Florida

TweetIt’s festival season on the Paradise Coast of Florida. It’ll be warm. You can wear shorts non-stop. That’s all you [...]

It’s festival season on the Paradise Coast of Florida. It’ll be warm. You can wear shorts non-stop. That’s all you really need to know, but if you like, actually, need to know more… well, here you go: The Naples, Marco Island, Everglades Convention and Visitors Bureau is promoting a full schedule of spring art, sporting, and outdoor events and activities this spring for ... More...


By • Apr 7th, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL


Turtle Shaped Island That Only Appears in Spring

TweetThis turtle shaped island in China only appears in Spring. In case you didn’t know, Chinese people consider the turtle [...]

This turtle shaped island in China only appears in Spring. In case you didn’t know, Chinese people consider the turtle to be a sign of longevity, which is why every year they celebrate a turtle shaped island rising from the sea. Every spring in the Gorges Reservoir an island shaped like a turtle rises out of the Muodaoxi River. The island is hidden under the water most of the year because the wate... More...


By • Apr 6th, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Vacations


Five Grossest Hotel Photos Ever

TweetThese photos of disgusting hotel rooms will make you reconsider your vacation. A reason not to visit Uzbekistan. I have [...]

These photos of disgusting hotel rooms will make you reconsider your vacation. A reason not to visit Uzbekistan. I have stayed in all kinds of hotels, from The Ritz Carlton to tiny little shit-box motels on Panama City Beach during spring break. As such, I have had many experiences with hotel rooms included, but not limited to my friend getting drunk in New Orleans and peeing all over the king-sized bed ... More...


By • Apr 5th, 2015 • Category: FOOD AND TRAVEL, Hotels


Amazing Manhattan Rooftop Escapes

TweetThe best thing about Manhattan living is the view from the top, proven by these New York rooftops. I consider [...]

The best thing about Manhattan living is the view from the top, proven by these New York rooftops. I consider myself to be a southern boy for life, so living in Manhattan can be difficult at times. I try and escape upstate as much as possible, and have spent more than my fair share exploring central park, but I will never lose my love for nature, and unfortunately Manhattan is basically the oppo... More...


By • Apr 3rd, 2015 • Category: Cities, FOOD AND TRAVEL