I don’t think this means that Hunter Moore has magically turned into a decent human being and we can expect him to stop profiting off the misery and exploitation of others, but I guess if he is using his “fame” and notoriety to do the right thing we can hate him a teensy tiny bit less this week. More
I know I’ve done a couple of similar posts in recent weeks, but dammit if people aren’t hilarious on Twitter when it comes to the holidays, and I would be remiss if I didn’t share i with you. I’ve spent … More
I honor of HuffPo‘s Thanksgiving Argument Generator, I give you my eight fave Thanksgiving family arguments from Twitter, so we can all feel a little better about our own nutty families. More
At least 2 of the accounts I reported haven’t been suspended, despite having full blown, sexualised images of obviously young (as in
YOUNG) girls. I am going to link to the Twitter accounts, and I am also going to suggest
that you don’t look unless you absolutely, positively, definitely have to confirm that this is Twitter really not doing their fucking job.
Isn’t it the worst when people have ultra-personal conversations in places that abound with strangers? Actually, the worst is when they do it – then act like you’re nosy for listening. And by “you” I mean “me.” I’m only human. If you live in a big city, you’re almost certainly used to having no boundaries when it comes to the intimate conversations of strangers.
I think before people start pitching such a monumental fit over this and wringing their hands in feigned moral outrage they should wait and see what he teacher has to say. Was it not the best time? Yes. Does it mean Malik is some terrible human being? No. He is just a dumb teen, with a million watt smile who I’m sure is a nice kid. More
Vanity Fair’s Nancy Jo Sales, known for writing the Vanity Fair article that inspired the Sophia Coppola movie The Bling Ring, (The Suspects Wore Louboutins) has written another expose about the secret life of teenage girls that we all need to pay attention to entitled Friends Without Benefits. The article explores how social networking websites and internet porn are shaping the way that our kids, our girls especially, are having these websites drastically affect gender roles for young people. And it’s scary as hell. More
Despite the worst mommy hashtags and usual topics of contention, spotting bonafide sanctimommies on the interwebs can be quite difficult given how easy it is to mock their self-righteousness. I routinely come across alleged Facebook rants and satirical articles that are often hard to distinguish from the real thing. More
While there are some very nauseating mommy hashtags out there to signal a sanctimommy in your midst, don’t be fooled. Not all members of the mommy police traffic in #Momz4Life. Nevertheless, you can usually find them in their natural habitat — pretty much any social media platform — broadcasting judgement about other “whore” moms who can’t afford their children and “pawn” them off on others. All the while, Sanctimommy & Co just want the world to know that while you’re out with friends having a cocktail, they are at home reading to their child and putting their baby’s needs FIRST. No sudden movements, now.
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Parents, especially mothers, are super active on social media for good reason: an entire parenting community is there to troubleshoot breastfeeding struggles, swap colic advice, and perhaps sell you a discounted high chair at a fabulous price. But where there are mothers and fathers who can comfort you through a miscarriage, there are also a trough of annoying Internet codes for mommying, much akin to our favorite worst “mommy words.” Navigate the following Twitter hashtags with caution as they often accompany your fairly standard banal social media updates, only with poop, cleaning, and general unsolicited mom bragging.
I wish my own grandmother were around so she could spend time with my kids and get to know them and tell them all the stories she used to tell me when I was growing up. I think kids need grandmas, and they need to be around people who love them like only grandmothers can, totally unconditionally. Plus, the older I get the more I realize how much youth is totally overrated. Young people are boring. They are nowhere near as interesting or as cool as old people. Especially old ladies. So why do grandmothers rock so hard? More
Have you hired a neighborhood kid or a friend’s daughter or son to watch your kids this summer? If so, they are probably doing a pretty good job of it considering how many of them are tweeting all sorts of stuff about it on Twitter. Babysitting can be exhausting and boring and a lot of work, especially for kids who weren’t kids that long ago themselves. Looking for babysitting mentions I was totally shocked at how many times I saw “I LOVE babysitting” and even if the sentiments expressed were slightly negative, they were pretty hilarious. More
Teachers at the Red Balloon school in Brazil thought of an ingenious way to teach their students English. 8 to 13-year-old students are improving their English skills by correcting their favorite celebrities’ grammar mistakes on Twitter. More
What’s up with famous people making Twitter accounts for their infants and toddlers? Reading one of those is like watching bad stand-up comedy. It’s painful and kind of embarrassing and we all hate it, right? Melissa Joan Hart didn’t get the memo. She’s made an account for her infant, Tucker. More