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13 Things You May Not Know about The Monster at the End of This Book

Generations of kids have grown up watching Sesame Street. I mean, we ALL know Grover, right? Happy birthday to my oh so lovable pal, @BigBird! #HappyBirthdayBigBird pic.twitter.com/AkoKXF62aO — Grover March 20, 2018 For the true fans, there was also the delightful 1971 Little Golden Book starring Grover entitled The Monster at the End of...

9 Ways You Can Make a Complete Stranger Smile

We could all use a smile from a stranger these days. In fact, according to SCL Health: When you smile, your brain releases tiny molecules called neuropeptides to help fight off stress. Then other neurotransmitters like dopamine, serotonin and endorphins come into play too. The endorphins act as a mild pain reliever, whereas the serotonin is an...

12 Verbal Quirks That Are Truly, Uniquely Boomer

The internet is a great place to go if you want to feel horrible about yourself. For instance, if you happen to belong to the generation known as “baby boomer,” you can watch your entire existence get reduced a dismissive catchphrase. But there is SOME hope. For whatever reason, Twitter seems to be cataloguing a lot of boomer favorites...

15 Tweets for Both Cat People AND Dog People

When people ask me whether I’m a cat person or a dog person, I generally just say “yes.” Though I will admit that if I’m going to get one as a pet, it’s more likely to be a cat. I kinda dig their self-sufficiency. They’re got their own projects going on and I can respect that. In any case, they’re all...

Them Vs. Us – Young People are Comparing Themselves to Their Parents

It’s no secret that the younger generations are on a bit of a struggle bus right now as compared to how their parents and grandparents were doing at their age. The economy is turning, social norms are shifting constantly, and going back and comparing life points to those who came before is…frankly kind of hilarious. Which is probably...

10 Tweets That are Snapshots of What Parenting is Really Like

I have no idea what it’s like to be a parent. Based on my experiences with my nieces, it seems to be mostly blur of screaming and yelling at small people telling them not to scream so much. Which, don’t get me wrong, sounds amazing, but I think I’m good for now. At the moment I’d prefer to just read these tweets about...

15 Unforgettable Images For People Who Can’t Quite Let Go of Yesteryear

Do you remember before? I should hope so. If you can remember later, we need to talk and get you to some kind of scientist immediately. But if you’re like most of us, and can only recall what’s already been called, then you might just enjoy these posts that celebrate yesteryear. We can never go back, but that doesn’t mean we...

People Reveal The Things They’re Most Nostalgic About Right Now

It’s easy to fall into the trap of identifying some bygone era as “the good ol’ days.”  But it’s important to remember that that classification is entirely subjective. Often the times we yearn for seem simpler just because we were younger and had fewer responsibilities – or maybe we just lived in a bit of a...

15 Places That Are Clearly on the Cutting Edge of Bathroom Innovation

When I was a kid visiting my grandparents house, there was a little macrame picture hanging on the wall. It featured a kind of skinny little building on a hill, and beneath that, a short poem I’ll never forget: “On a cold dark night In a sleepy haze Be glad these ain’t The good ol’ days” I stared at that thing every...

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