Whenever the media talks about single women—especially famous ones—it's typically to psychoanalyze why they haven't settled down or to present a laundry list of their past failed relationships. It's rarely a celebration of their accomplishments or a consideration that they might have chosen to stay single. They say that behind every powerful man, there's a powerful woman, but behind many a powerful woman is nothing but her own rear end. While the term "spinsterhood" is arguably one of the ugliest words in the dictionary, these fearless females have redefined it as a fabulous concept.
When I need love, affection, and a boost of self-esteem, I go to my mom. When I need candor, career counseling, and unconventional cooking advice (How do you brown rice? Add Coke!), I go to my dad. Dads (mine in particular) tend to have a more eccentric approach to parenting. From my own peculiar papa to Homer Simpson and his beer-guzzling ways, Dad is the one man who’ll always stand by our side. Here’s a salute to the silver-screen papas who’ve kept us watching and laughing and taught us just how far a father will go to prove his love. Related Stories: Father Knows Best: Four Heroic Dads Who Risked It All Daddy Dearest: Terrible but Lovable Onscreen Fathers TV’s Ten Most Empowering Women
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When I was a kid, fashion was of prime importance. Scrunched socks, pegged pants, and neon colors all ruled my wardrobe. However, more important than stirrups and bodysuits were my kicks. How I miss the days when Keds were considered haute couture. Related Stories: Eighties Flashback: The Best Toys of the Decade
Whenever I smell a cold rectangular pizza or tater tots defrosting in an oven, I’m immediately thrown back to third grade. In those days, Kindles and iPhones were not necessary to keep kids entertained; a mere bubble gum cigarette or Abba-Zaba was all we ever needed. As an eight-year-old, I got more excited about those treats than I ever could have about some new app.
Welcome to Movember, the time of year when men far and wide throw caution (and grooming) to the wind and let their whiskers run rampant to raise awareness and funds in the battle against prostate cancer. While mustaches today have become the signature trait of under-nourished indie hipsters, there is something elegant, dapper, and timeless about a man who rocks a well-kept ’stache. Here’s a look back at some of the most iconic soup strainers of all time.
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As a kid I rocked crimped hair and pegged pants. Yup, you guessed it, I was born in 1980s. Back then, toys were simple. They were USB-plug-free, and offered endless hours of wholesome amusement. If you listened to George Michael and Debbie Gibson, odds are you owned at least one of these classics.
Every day, children all over the world are asked, “What do you want to be when you grow up?