• Abercrombie Can Go Fitch Itself

    I’ve never liked Abercrombie and Fitch for three big reasons: 1) They never had a lot of options in sizes. So, their clothes were tight on me, if they even fit me at all. 2) For the pitiful, uncreative product that you get, the clothes are quite overpriced. 3) Their ads always feature naked people. Why would a CLOTHING STORE need naked people to sell their clothes? It’s obvious, but I’ll state it anyway: their clothes aren’t that great, or even good. Photo Source Aww, the only thing that A&F has to excite people with is their rude, moronic public statements and nasty, sad, sexist (I can go on listing…

  • Facebook 101: Relationship Etiquette

      Let’s be honest, social networking can either make or break a relationship. “OMG, we’re Facebook Official?” Admit it, that’s a big deal in today’s technologically formulated society, and the way we conduct ourselves in the realms of social media gives our friends and followers a chance to make perceptions about our personalities and personal lives. With this being said, we should lay down some loose guidelines for Facebook relationship etiquette, which we will refer to from now on as FRE. The first rule of FRE: Refrain from posting intimate pictures of make out sessions or obnoxious statuses of affection. NO kissing pictures, the last thing people want to see when they…

  • What NOT To Wear: Weddings

    I know this should go without being said, and many of you will be thinking “well, duh,” but if there is one thing that really irritates me, it’s women wearing white dresses to a wedding that doesn’t have their name on the invitation. You scoff, but I have seen this happen on more than one occasion. Unless of course the bride and groom have made arrangements for the wedding party or the guests to wear white, it is simply not acceptable. This is coming from a person who gives very little thought to what others are wearing as long as they are covering the things that we all can agree…