No corsets, no hatpins, and no crying.
Huffpo posted these rather humorous Real Estate Agent signs. We thought they were worth a looksie.
Street style fashion has been booming over the past year – begging us to look at virtual nobodies dressed in everyday street fashion. Oh, and we don’t mind looking. Thank you New York Magazine for introducing ‘Street Comber’, a street style site aggregator. Now it’s a one-stop shop for all our favorite fashion digs from the streets. They can be so mean.
It’s no wonder our parents told us to become doctors and lawyers. Being a rockstar is anything but easy in this financial climate. A new article in the NYT reports that 2010 tour sales have reached levels so low that many artists are opting to cancel shows entirely. Many claim this is due to musicians trying to recoup lost record sales through higher ticket prices. However, consumers are choosing not to buy anything at all. Unless it’s a lady gaga ticket – but really, can you blame them?
Most people know someone that met their spouse online. Just one generation ago it was not uncommon to date and marry your high-school sweetheart, but now meeting random strangers after reading a well-thought out profile is a new form of intimacy. But how much have our views on dating really changed? One thing that remains the same: meddling moms. Geri Brin, has set her son Colby up dozens of times. Now she has taken things to a new level. Introducing ‘Date my Single Kid’, a parent-driven site that allows you to create a profile of your son or daughter. Let the romance begin!
Having your mom pre-select the person probably takes some of the pressure off. Especially if you have the type of parent that would create an online dating profile for you. Best of luck to all you momline daters.
Strathmore stock? 60 lb? Frankly, you disgust me. There is always something new to be learned from this oldie but goodie. Specifically, that your business card, well…it’s nothing special.