5 Pizza Inspired Accessories for The Pie-Lover in Your Life

(Image Credit: Dolls Kill)

(Image Credit: Dolls Kill)

How awesome is pizza? So awesome, right? Well, as much as you may love it, there’s always someone in your life that loves it even more. Like, two to three times a day kind of love. So why not get them awesome for their birthday or even Valentine’s Day! It’s coming up soon! Here are a few ideas to get you started on the right pizza-centered track.

Pizza Necklace

What’s a better way to express their love for pizza than wearing it around their neck and keeping it close to their heart?

 

Pizza Sleeping Bag

It’s pretty pricey, but how awesome would it be to bring this awesome sleeping bag on camping trips or sleepovers? Pretty dang awesome is the answer.

 

Pastel Pizza Earrings

Is there a pizza lover in your life that’s pretty girly and likes cutesy things? Then these earrings are perfect for them! From far away, they barely even look like pizza!

 

Pizza Scarf
With winter fully upon us, what better way to keep warm than this adorable scarf? It even comes in a cute pizza box!

 

Pizza shirt

Do you have a pizza loving not-so-friendly friend that needs a gift this year? This shirt is sure to make them smile at least a little!

 

Well, there you have it. Just a few ideas to get you started as you search the internet for seemingly never ending pizza accessories. Good luck in your shopping and may the Pizza Gods smile down upon you!

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5 Struggles Only Impatient People Will Understand

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(Image Credit: Syda Productions)

We’ve all heard the saying: patience is a virtue. As true as it may be, some of us are just flat-out incapable of developing that quality. Life isn’t easy when you’re impatient, and other people tend to think that you’re unreasonably tense all the time. For those of you who don’t quite get this way of life, or for anyone who needs to know that they’re not alone, here are five struggles that only impatient people seem to understand.

  1. Online shopping is painful

Any inconveniences that are avoided through online shopping are almost immediately outweighed by the pain of waiting for the purchase to arrive. Instant gratification is our best friend. This means that the order status page will be refreshed at least 500 times before it gets delivered, and don’t even get me started on the horror of sites that don’t provide shipping status updates.

  1. Laid-back people are kind of terrible sometimes

It’s great that you’re so relaxed, really, but could you maybe try to be just a little more considerate of us timely folks? If I have plans with someone at 3:00, I expect them to arrive at 2:59. If I ask you a question over text, I’d love a reply within 5 minutes or less, ‘cause I know you have that phone in your hand at all times. That way, nobody has to get the “where are you?” phone call or double text, and I don’t have to break out in hives because I can’t wait around for another minute.

  1. Lines are dangerous

I’m not kidding. I’ve probably made some enemies in lines due to my impatience. It’s great to be friendly and all, but an ultra-chatty cashier is the absolute worst when I want to get in and out of somewhere in a hurry, and if you’re going to use coupons, do us all a favor and get them ready before you’re at the front of the line. I’m not willing to sacrifice my time so that you can save ten cents on your toothpaste.

  1. Waiting for your food is torture …

A hungry, impatient person whose order is taking forever to arrive is not someone you want to mess with. If I’m hungry, I need to eat right now. I physically don’t have the ability to enjoy myself until my meal is in front of my face. Until that point, you can find me watching the waiter like a hawk, and don’t bother with conversation.

  1. … and traffic is just as bad

The thing about traffic is that it’s unpredictable and out of anyone’s control. Maybe you’ll be caught up in the same spot for 30 seconds, or maybe you won’t move for another 30 minutes. Either way, you can’t do anything about it. If you’re stuck, you’re stuck. All the screaming and banging on the steering wheel won’t get you where you need to be any faster than if you were cool, calm, and collected (but everyone knows that’s impossible).

If you’re pestered by a hungry restaurant patron or hear a loud sigh behind you in line while you take your sweet time to pay, don’t take it personally. Impatient people can’t help it! We do what we can to not let things get to us, but it can’t be avoided every time. Just take any bad attitude with a grain of salt, and do what you can to keep us on time and running efficiently. Trust me, it will be appreciated.

The Top 3 Episodes of ‘Between Two Ferns’

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(Image Credit: Funny or Die)

Between Two Ferns is a Funny or Die production hosted by Zach Galifianakis. The show has some off-color humor and is not the normal style of  interviewing of celebrities we’re used to. Most talk shows joke around and ask about a celebrity’s personal life and career, while Between Two Ferns has Zach attempting to poke fun and the celebrities not having it. Here are just a few episodes where you can witness the hilarious sense of humor the show has.

  1. Barack Obama

One of the most popular episodes of the show is when President Obama stopped by. At first, Zach attempted conversation by asking if Obama was upset he couldn’t run a third term, to which Obama responded that him serving a third term would be a lot like a third Hangover movie. After joking, Zach finally gets down to business and says the only reason Obama stopped by was to plug something. Obama then eagerly begins encouraging young people to sign up for health insurance through Healthcare.gov. Despite the plug, the episode is definitely a must see!

  1. Justin Bieber

After a very eventful year for Bieber, he went on the show, where Zach poked fun at his bad behavior. For example, he lectured Justin on the peeing in a bucket incident by saying it’s fine to do so, just don’t post it on the “internets”. Eventually, the lectures turn to Zach getting frustrated and taking off his belt to beat Bieber. Bieber remains expressionless through most of the video up until the belt comes out.

  1. Bradley Cooper

Zach and Bradley Cooper have been friends since before working together on the Hangover movies, so when Cooper stops by, things get a little tense on set. But that’s mainly Zach’s fault for writing a concession speech for his friend for the Academy Awards. They get into an argument where Zach yells, “WHY DON’T YOU JUST JOIN THE BOY SCOUTS IF YOU WANT TO BE A PART OF SOMETHING?” Also, a fern is thrown in Zach’s face. Overall, the best and funniest episode. Even President Obama mentions how great Bradley Cooper was during his visit!

So if you like celebrities poking fun at each and trading  to each other for laughs, head over to Funny or Die and watch all 20 episodes of Between Two Ferns. Zach has many other guests such as Brad Pitt, Jennifer Lawrence, and Will Ferrell, and each episode is hilarious and entertaining.

Tara Talks: Episode Forty One (The One with New Year Resolutions)

IT’S A NEW YEAR AND THAT MEANS NEW RESOLUTIONS THAT YOU PROBABLY WON’T ACCOMPLISH!!

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Ashleeeybash: Red Starbucks Cups. Expensive Meet & Greets! CLIP-ON MAN BUNS?!

(Image Credit: Ashley Bulayo / The Daily Quirk)

(Image Credit: Ashley Bulayo / The Daily Quirk)

Weird and much random topics but look, this is all over my feed and this needed to be addressed. There’s the cup controversy (when it really isn’t that big of a deal), the crazy expensive meet and greets and clip-on man buns. Yes, clip-on man buns are a real thing. Do not ask me why. What are your guys’ thoughts on these? Let me know down below on what you think about these things and/or what I should talk about next week!

Tara Talks: Episode Forty (The One with Drawing My Life)

In the 40th episode of Tara Talks and because I just got stomach treatments again I decided to do a Draw My Life video for you guys! And because one of my friends wanted me to make a video that would make him cry but I don’t want anyone to cry because thats not good.

So here is part of my crazy life. I am not an artist so do not judge my stick figures.

ALSO…
I AM SELLING SHIRTS AGAIN! If you want to buy one …

https://www.bonfirefunds.com/taras-tummy

All of the money is going to help pay for my medical expenses.

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How to Survive the Winter TV Hiatus

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(Image Credit: chika_milan)

Winter is coming. No, not the season, as it already upon on us. I’m talking about the winter TV hiatus, a.k.a. the most annoying event to grace our screens until summer. This festering month of all Christmas movies all the time and endless reruns can be difficult for devoted TV viewers. And to make matters worse, it started early this year, with some shows going on hiatus around Thanksgiving rather than waiting until mid-December.

Because the winter hiatus will be longer this year, I wanted to make sure you were all prepared. Depending on your personality, there are a few ways you can survive this hiatus. Read on to find out how!

Binge Watcher

What better way to fill the gaping television-shaped hole in your life than with more television? Whether you stream episodes, watch DVDs or even visit a movie theater occasionally in order to force yourself out of the house, binge watching is one of the best ways to combat a television deficit. Just make sure you don’t use this time to catch up on this season’s shows. If you do that, you’ll only have more TV to mourn come June.

Social Butterfly

Unlike its summery counterpart, the winter TV hiatus is perfect for spending time with friends and family because it’s the holiday season. Both Christmas and New Years’ are coming up, so you can use that as an excuse for parties. Or if throwing parties isn’t your thing, simply gather friends for a low-key game night or hang out. If you’re really lucky, your friends are also suffering from the hiatus, and you can commiserate together.

Fan Girl/Guy

One of my favorite ways of enduring the winter hiatus is rewatching the shows I miss most. It’s guaranteed to be satisfying because it allows you to spend time with characters you love, even if the situations and plots are ones you’ve already seen. For twisty shows like How to Get Away With Murder or Quantico, rewatching will help you keep up with all the ridiculous plots. If rewatching isn’t your thing, try talking about the show with other people on social media or searching out fanfiction or fan art.

Do-It-Yourselfer

The key to a good hiatus is keeping yourself busy so you never miss your shows. Picking up a new hobby can be a great way to do that. Even better, if it’s something crafty, you can get everyone’s holiday gifts done in a jiff, or if it’s cooking/baking, you’ll have food for your holiday parties. Whatever you pick, make sure it’s something you enjoy or can learn quickly. Getting frustrated is not going to help you forget about the simple bliss of watching television.

Reader

A TV hiatus usually means I recover a few hours of downtime per night, and since I never seem to have enough time to read, I like to use the winter months to catch up on my book time. You can either visit the library or ask for books as presents. And if you watch a popular and long-lived show, like Doctor Who, you might just be able to find media tie-ins; books set in the same universe as your TV show.

 

Whichever of these personas fits you, make sure that you distract yourself over the winter TV hiatus. It’s the only way to keep yourself from missing your shows. But when that distraction inevitably doesn’t work, remember that the only good thing about the winter hiatus is that it isn’t as long as the summer one. All your favorite TV shows will be back before you know it!

Quirky Item of the Week: Shark Sleeping Bag by Chumbuddy

(Image Credit: Chumbuddy)

(Image Credit: Chumbuddy)

You’re never too old for sleepovers, you guys. Whoever said you are is a big fat liar or has never experienced a good sleepover. When I was a kid, my favorite part of a sleepover was snuggling up in my little cocoon (AKA sleeping bag) as my friends and I were laid out in almost every single inch of the living room. I never had the cool colorful sleeping bag, but mine did the job alright.

HOWEVER… If I had this Shark Sleeping Bag by Chumbuddy, I would be the talk of the party, or better yet, the life of the party. With Jaws, Shark Week and Sharknado bringing so much attention to sharks, this idea of an open shark mouth sleeping bag is just genius! I mean, sure, I’m actually really terrified of ever going into an ocean with thoughts that a shark will pop up out of nowhere but I can deal with this.

…What I can’t deal with is the price tag. Everything comes with a price. At least, that’s what Rumpelstiltskin from Once Upon a Time told me…but if you’ve got the dough and the appreciation of a great sleeping bag, go for it!

An Open Letter to Thanksgiving

Dear Thanksgiving,

Let me start off by saying it’s been quite some time since we’ve last reunited. Hard to believe a year has passed us already. Now, I’m not trying to butter you up or anything like that, but I admit you’re my favorite holiday throughout the season. Take that any way you’d like but I’m telling you the truth; however is something I want to get off my chest.

Must turkey be part of our diets all Thanksgiving weekend long? Think about it for a second. From Thursday to Sunday (depending on the amount of leftovers you have) we’re basically finding ways to get rid of turkey. The turkey is almost like that aunt who has overstayed her welcome. Seriously, though, when will you get the memo?

Don’t get me wrong, I love the fact that turkey is the main dish for your holiday, but after a while it loses its flavor. As my mother loves to say each year, “Thanksgiving keeps the family fed for days,” which I must agree with. You’re in our thoughts when we’re making soups, sandwiches and snacks all in the name of your leftovers.

I remember an instance where a friend asked me to come over for dinner once. Never being one to turn down a free meal, I agreed to stop by.  As I was hanging out on the couch my friend came by with a silver tray full of snacks. Salivating with anticipation, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on them. As she placed the tray in front of me I quickly looked at her with a look of disdain. I come to find out that the snacks were turkey kabobs on a stick. Keep in mind this was the beginning of DECEMBER!!! Thanksgiving, you were long gone by then. I almost had the right mind to walk out of her house and never look back!

Look, don’t take this too hard; I just needed to vent. Take some notes as to what your other counterparts are doing, like Christmas or Halloween. We get hyped for these holidays, but once they’re over THEY’RE OVER! They don’t linger around and overstay their welcome. Anyway, keep doing you, Thanksgiving. I look forward to being with my family and enjoying some football while grubbing on your turkey goodness.

Sincerely,

Randy

My Week Without Dr Pepper

Dr Pepper, DP, a pepper, the devil’s syrup, whatever you want to call it, I’m addicted to that beautiful brown fizzy liquid. And, really, there’s no way to rationalize how much of it I drink… The average American drinks about 44.7 gallons of soda per year, which is roughly about 15.5 ounces of the stuff per day. In all my glory, I drink a little more than double that average – sitting pretty at a nice 36 ounces of my beloved Dr Pepper throughout each day. Occasionally I’ve wondered if I’d be able to stop my soda intake and substitute it all for water. And I’m really not too sure. So what better way to find out than to torture myself for a week and actually do it? Here’s my log of my week without Dr Pepper (or any soda for that matter).

THE RULES:

  1. Cannot drink ANY Dr Pepper for a week. No exceptions.
  2. Must drink at least 36 fluid oz. of water each day.
  3. Cannot drink coffee or energy drinks. Cannot eat energy bars. No substitutions of caffeine.
  4. Must update my journey for my lovely readers often.

 

Friday, October 16, 2015.

5:18 p.m.

So far, I’ve felt pretty in control of my choice. I got water at lunch after literally having my cup under the Dr Pepper spout, but I decided I was better than that – old habits die hard.  Interestingly, I am already developing a headache, truly not sure if this is because I am stressed about work or because I am without my coping mechanism for the world. My little fizzy companion. I’ll keep an update on my headache and whether or not it strengthens.

I’m also kind of ridiculously tired. I got 8 hours of sleep last night, which is the equivalent to winning the lottery for a college student. I don’t know what’s wrong. Maybe it’s the lack of caffeine…? Oh no. I hope not.

I’ll check in after my next meal. And after I drink some more WATER.

 

7:32 p.m.

I came up to the soda machine and my mouth literally got ready for the sweetness it knew it was going to have. Then I filled my cup with water and I think a little part of me died inside. Worst of all, my friend got Dr Pepper. Yes, I would classify this as cruel and unusual punishment. It looked SO RIPE.

In case you were wondering, soda is ripe when it’s really sweet – oftentimes this occurs when the syrup in the machine is new. Usually it’s darker and fizzier. To give you a reference point, soda would be classified as unripe when all that comes out of the spout is seltzer water. And if you’ve ever experienced this, you know pain.

I have stayed strong thus far and have drank my 36 fluid oz. of water today. I’ve honestly drank more water today than I probably have in weeks. I’m so gross. But I’m going to get less gross each day!

The headache has gotten a little better, I don’t think it’s due to soda withdrawal. At least not yet…  But while it may not be my brain that’s begging for it, my tongue is in complete crave-mode.

I’m also still so very tired, but I must go on.

Will report on the morrow or if a serious craving comes along.

 

October 17, 2015

1:17 p.m.

The night went along pretty well as there were no serious cravings. Although, I did get a snack from a little eatery on my campus and I had to tear my eyes away from the soda case. It was weird to eat a buffalo chicken sandwich without my trusty doctor. But, I did it!

I worked this morning (I work at a café) and there is a soda case there as well. My eyes stole glances at the bottles in there. But, alas, I only sipped water. No fizz.

To be honest, this only drinking water thing continues to get harder. The more of it I drink, the harder it is to go down! It’s beginning to get kind of old. Having water used to be so nuanced to me. It’s weird that it’s normal now…. But, I’m sticking with it! Hoping that once I get over the hump, water will begin to go down like, well, water.

 

October 18, 2015

11:37 a.m.

Let me be the first to admit that last night was very difficult.

I was out getting pizza with some friends and what do you drink with pizza? Soda, obviously. But, no, I was being strong. I am doing this. Then, everyone orders soda and I’m last to order. It’s so hard to stay strong, the menu is looking at me with all the options and, if I wasn’t sweating, it felt like it. The waitress had gone over the drink choices just prior too. I was salivating at the thought of getting some Dr Pepper in me.

She asked, “And what could I get for you?”

Dr Pepper, Dr Pepper, Dr Pepper…. “Water.”

I had done it! I was still Dr Pepper free. BUT AT WHAT COST! Was I happy?

Eh. I mean, I’m happy I made the better and healthier choice. That doesn’t mean I wasn’t ridiculously envious of everyone else though. But, I’m getting through. I’m doing it.

I’ll continue to strive to keep my life watered down, in the best way possible.

 

11:41 p.m.

There were root beer floats in my dining hall today. If that’s not torture, I don’t know what is.

Moral of the story: I had a bit of one… BUT! The root beer we have has no caffeine and it was not Dr Pepper! Still, I am ashamed.

Hopefully, to make up for it, I am trying to drink the correct amount of water for myself to be a well-functioning human being – about 72ish fluid oz. I’m not quite hitting the target yet, but I’m getting close. Maybe water-drinkers will know: does there ever come a point where I don’t have to go to the bathroom constantly? Or is that just going to be part of my life now?

I have realized that I feel more awake more quickly, which I’m thinking might be due to my water intake. If that’s the case, I definitely want to keep drinking a higher amount of water. I really am feeling much better with my energy level and ability to focus. I’m super interested to test my awareness in class this upcoming week to see if I notice any change in there too.

This little stint of three days of furthered water drinking has definitely opened my eyes. And my urethra, apparently.

Please don’t condemn me for my moment of weakness! Ice cream AND soda? If you could’ve said no, you are a far greater person than I.

Will report tomorrow!

 

October 19, 2015

4:33 p.m.

Drinking water has gotten much easier in just the last day. Also, the bathroom visits haven’t been as regular. Not sure if this is just coincidental or if this means my body is getting more accustomed to the amount of water I’m drinking. Either way, I’m glad I’m not living in the bathroom as much.

The craving for Dr Pepper is definitely getting stronger, especially as people find out I’m quitting it cold turkey. They literally gasp. It’s kind of sad to think that’s how dependent it seems for me! The Dr Pepper still stares at me whenever it’s near me. I wonder when that will stop…

I’m super interested if it’ll taste better or worse than what I remember once I sip on it again. I hear horror stories from people who quit soda and then have it again and can barely stomach it. I couldn’t imagine feeling disgusted by my old friend. But who knows, it could happen.

I’m really impressed with myself for staying as strong as I have and for drinking as much water as I do now. Surprisingly, I’m not as desperate for soda as I thought I’d be at this point. And that’s a good thing. It shows that if you’re having trouble drinking too much soda and not enough water, you could definitely turn it around with just some willpower!

 

October 20, 2015

10:01 p.m.

As you could probably tell from my late log time, I’ve been having a pretty busy Tuesday. And I am so, so tired. It’s taking every ounce of me to not submit to the Dr or to grab a coffee! I’ve got a midterm to study for tonight and am stressing about other work, but I’m going to keep my promise to myself. No Dr Pepper. No caffeine.

Oh, how I want some though.

I have definitely not drunk enough water today either. Probably only 24 fluid oz. At this point, my body has gotten pretty accustomed to around 48. I’ve actually been drinking more liquid in general now that I’m not drinking Dr Pepper, which is interesting. Not something I would’ve expected. Anyway, it’s definitely noticeable. I am thirsty! Which, who knows, maybe I wouldn’t have even noticed had I been drinking soda still.

Water has become, at this point, something that I think about regularly: when will I get my next cup? I’m starting to want it in a way. Similar to how I always want Dr Pepper. Maybe this is just me trying so hard to drink more of it, or muscle memory, but either way it’s on my mind! I suppose that’s a good thing.

Wish me luck studying… without caffeine… I think a single tear just rolled down my cheek.

 

October 21, 2015

2:23 p.m.

 

I’ve been drinking a lot more water today – definitely coming back with some authority since yesterday’s lame showing. 60 fluid oz. so far! If this was a sequel from yesterday, it’d be called: “Water: Back with a Vengeance.” That was lame. Midterms have got me going crazy.

Every time I drink water I am more awake which is really interesting. Soda never really had this effect on me, it seems that soda only ever gave me a slow energy – a kind of energy that kept my eyes open, but didn’t exactly make me want to move around all that much.

And even more interestingly, I haven’t even been craving soda. It’s kind of sad to me, like we broke up and now I’m totally over him!

 

4:43 p.m.

Check me out, 72 fluid oz.!

 

9:11 p.m.

84 fluid oz.

This could quite possibly be the most water I’ve ever drunk in a day. It’s starting to go down a lot more easily and my frequent bathroom trips are diminishing. The craving for Dr Pepper is going away too. Still, when I go up to the drink machine, I think about it a bit. But I’m no longer salivating when I get up there. I feel good about myself!

 

11:49 p.m.

109 fluid oz. of water! I’ve hit triple digits!!

 

October 22th 2015

4:12 p.m.

The craving is back. And with brutality.

So, I had just gotten done with my classes today and I am really tired and literally all I’m thinking about is Dr Pepper. I deserve it. I’ve gotten through another day. I don’t think there’s been a sadder realization I’ve made in a long time than when I realized I could have none.

I brought my cup up to the drink dispenser and I felt the Dr’s stare. It literally felt like I was sinning by not taking the sacred liquid of my veins. I was disrespecting Dr Pepper by getting the arch nemesis water! But still, I stayed strong and let my unneeded and grandiose feelings get humbled as I sat with some friends and drank my water quietly.

I even went back for another cup of it because after the first one, I wanted more.

Water has got this weird hold on me. I really do feel good about myself when I choose it, but it was tough to do this time.

 

11:14 p.m.

I’ve just realized that tomorrow will be the final day of the Doug Patrick Soda Purge of 2015!

Will I drink soda again after Friday?

. . .

Probably.

Will I drink more water at the same time, though?

. . .

Hopefully.

 

October 23, 2015

1:00 p.m.

 

I am struggling. Soda is within my reach. One more day. That’s all I need to do.

This craving came out of nowhere. Three or four days in I was perfectly fine, but now it’s like I just started! Maybe it’s just because I know I’m so close to the end of this…

I shall stay strong. Water, my enemy and my greatest ally. We will get through this!

 

11:57 p.m.

 

I’ve practically done it!

 

October 24, 2015

2:09 p.m.

The purge has been over for a while now and I still have not had any soda! My craving has definitely subsided in strength since yesterday. Looks like everyone just wants what they can’t have! That’s not to say I’m not thinking about it, though. Because I am. Completely. It’s just, now, I feel like I’ve accomplished something. And I worry that the sweet taste of the Dr may not be as fabulous as I remember. That would definitely create some sort of emotional trauma, I’m sure of it.

Water really isn’t too bad after all.

I’ll have to report back later this evening when I have my first sip of Dr Pepper!

 

6:13 p.m.

Oh how I missed my sweet nectar. It’s even better than I remember.

I’m happy that I took a week off from Dr Pepper, but I am oh so glad to be back!

Tara Talks: Episode Thirty Eight (The One with Cool Dudes with Mustaches)

A while back I made a video about my Top 5 favorite dudes with beards so here’s the same thing but with MUSTACHES because it’s Movember. If you don’t know what movember is… It’s to help bring awareness for men’s health by guys growing out their beards and either they look super sexy or like a bum living on the subway. So yeah, here’s my top 5, Hopefully it’s better than my beard video.

I give you complete permission to judge choice number five but I totally had to bring it back. How can people just forget about how horrible that looked?? I still love him though so that’s okay.

If you want to see who my Top 5 picks were for dudes with cool beards, watch it here!

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What Your Astrological Sign REALLY Says About You

Horoscopes. Some people love them, some people put no stock into them. Sometimes, though, they are scary accurate. So there has to be some truth to the traits applied to us all based on our zodiac sign, right? Eh, maybe. Sometimes those descriptions are just a bit too sugar-coated…Cancers are the best cooks! Libras are the best lovers! Leos will perform the best in a marathon! And blah, blah, blah. What if horoscopes told us the downright truth? Well, if your horoscopes were like a blunt, bitchy friend, this is what they would have to say. Only continue if you can handle the truth. You’ve been warned.

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Ashleeeybash: Love is DEAD. Or… Is it?

(Image Credit: Ashley Bulayo / The Daily Quirk)

(Image Credit: Ashley Bulayo / The Daily Quirk)

2015 = the year love died. Or… Is it? So 2015 was a rough year for some relationships in Hollywood but hey, there are still those who pushed through it all and are STILL together. LET’S GIVE IT UP FOR THEM! ROCKSTARS I SAY! Continue reading

Ashleeeybash: Socalitybarbie pokes fun at social media & I don’t blame her!

(Image Credit: Socality Barbie/Instagram)

(Image Credit: Socality Barbie/Instagram)

Let’s be real. There will always be someone trying to be internet famous SOMEHOW whether it be through a viral fail video or Instafamous all because of their epic photos. I came across the IG handle “socalitybarbie” who basically pokes fun at it all. Just remember, not everything is as it seems on screen. Continue reading