• 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…

  • To The Guys: Stop Trying To Control How Women Look

    Alright, so, I should probably put it out there that I often find myself relating to Squidward. We both suck at the clarinet (I’ve never actually attempted to play, but I’m taking an educated guess here), and we both have a lot of pet peeves. If you’re not a fan of people who complain and rant a lot, you probably don’t want to read this. Although, I promise it won’t be that bad. Something that I’ve seen a lot of lately is guys making comments implying that girls do everything to please them, and I’m really tired of it. This may come as a surprise to some of you men…

  • Facebook Affection: A Rant

    Prepare yourselves, ladies and gentlemen, because I am about to rant your face off. Now, Valentine’s Day was a while ago, and on that fine day, your news feed was probably filled with unusually affectionate things. Of course, that is to be expected. However, then you come across the girl who writes things such as “Honestly, I don’t know what I would do without the best boyfriend in the world,” and “You make my days brighter and my heart feel like a butterfly in metamorphosis…blah blah blah.” You get the picture. Now, these kinds of comments are permissible on Valentine’s Day, but what pisses me off is the kind of…

  • A Rant On The Life Decisions Of My Peers

    BEGIN RANT. Last time I checked, I was ONLY 20 years old. So, how is it that every single time I log into Facebook, people that I know are getting engaged, married, and/or having BABIES? Since when did that become okay? That’s basically babies having other babies. I’m not going to say that it’s not possible to find someone this early in life, because I know quite a few people that have, but it just blows my mind that someone at the age of 20 knows who they want to spend the rest of their life with. What on earth is the rush to tie the knot THIS early in…