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The Morning Routines of 12ish Women Weirdos

Everyone knows that mornings can be tough for women. After all, we females have to deal with kids, pets, and husbands. With wardrobes, exercise, and coffee. With cellphones and newspapers. And all of that while owning ovaries. Honestly,...Show More Summary

A Father-To-Be Taste-Tests Baby Food

By: Andy Kryza I firmly believe that in order to be a proper caregiver, it's important to fully understand what your dependents are eating. When I got a puppy, I felt it was my duty to taste the snacks my best friend most enjoyed. Now,...Show More Summary

Sarah Silverman Teaches Little Kids The ABCs And 789s Of Comedy

When you think of Sarah Silverman, "teacher" probably isn't the first word that comes to mind. However, when she's not bragging about "f@#ing Matt Damon" or hanging out with Jesus Christ," Silverman actually makes a fine educator. On...Show More Summary

Sht Parents Will Never, Ever Say

Parents of small children have a lot of stuff: plastic toys, endless homemade art projects, single socks, and of course, all the love in the world for their kids. What most of us don't have are things like time, energy and spontaneous movie nights. Show More Summary

A Toddler's Guide To Waking Up Dad: Slap Him, Hard

Who needs an alarm clock when your son can do the job? When 2-year-old Armin decided it was time for dad to wake up, he started by gently rubbing his father's head. When that didn't work, he switched gears and slapped dad's head and giggled. Hey, he had a job to do. Can you blame him?

25 Thanksgiving Jokes That Will Get You Through Dinner With Your Family

If returning to your hometown, having dinner with your extended family and eating yourself into a food coma aren't your bag, Thanksgiving can be a little uncomfortable. Luckily, these comedians know exactly how you feel. We rounded up...Show More Summary

The Importance Of Humor In The Toughest Of Times

It's one thing to maintain a sense of humor on a day-to-day basis, and another to be able laugh through a life-threatening diagnosis. Yet Alex Niles has managed to do just that as he battles stage IV gastric cancer. He joined HuffPost...Show More Summary

13 Netflix Movies To Watch With Your Family This Thanksgiving

When spending time with family for Thanksgiving, the most difficult decision isn't who's going to mash the potatoes or do the dishes, but what movie to watch together. You definitely want to avoid anything with too much sex (don't watch...Show More Summary

Swimming in a Sea of Men... Not as Sexy as It Sounds

I grew up in a very different environment than most kids. One where your backpack was filled with smocks, hardened paints, six different pairs of ballet shoes and tarnished Arthur Miller scripts. One where your best friend was a boy who wore shiny tap shoes, spandex and worked incredibly hard to figure out the best way to mime "flying a plane". Show More Summary

15 Emotional Stages of a Black Friday Shopping Trip

You’ve got your list in your hand and you’re in a crowd of eager shoppers, armed with coffee and the holiday spirit. For you, Thanksgiving week is but a blip on your long, well-scheduled hunt for the best Christmas presents ever. Black...Show More Summary

US vs. UK: Business Meetings Aren't That Different... Right?

With the exception of royalty, spelling and humour (humor), most Brits and Americans like to think of their countries as culturally rather similar. You would be forgiven for thinking this is most obvious in the globalized world of business. Show More Summary

The Worst (And Best) Advent Calendars

Advent calendars emerged in the mid-1800s to help young Christians count down the days until the Feast of the Nativity. The four-week Advent holiday is meant to inspire solemn reflection and meditation ahead of the birth of Christ. Early...Show More Summary

'SNL' Spoofs Obama Immigration With 'Schoolhouse Rock!' Cold Open

"Saturday Night Live" transported everyone back to their childhoods last night when it took on the classic educational program "Schoolhouse Rock!" for its cold open. The show spoofed the favorite "I'm Just A Bill" segment (because who doesn't love that song?) to comment on President Obama's immigration reform. Show More Summary

Cameron Diaz Answers Weird Questions In 'SNL' Monologue

Cameron Diaz hosted this weekend's episode of "Saturday Night Live" in promotion for the upcoming remake of "Annie." Diaz kicked off the show with a sub-three-minute monologue that felt like it had been cooked up an hour before she hit the stage. Show More Summary

Activist Comics: Constitutional Amendment

The Supreme Court doesn't seem to care about much besides the very richest when it comes to campaign finance law. In the 2010 decision Citizens United vs. FEC, the court ruled that no amount of money can corrupt a politician, hence there...Show More Summary

'Ouija' Parody Is So Perfect It's Scary

He didn't do it for the Vine. Social media star Nash Grier totally killed it in his recent parody of the horror flick "Ouija." Like the movie, the video focuses on a group friends holding a seance for their dead friend Debbie. In this...Show More Summary

Bill Maher Surprisingly Reveals A Plan To Save Christmas

From Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to Buddy the Elf, Christmas has had a lot of unlikely heroes over the years, but this may be the most shocking of all. On the last "Real Time with Bill Maher" episode of 2014, the host dedicated some time to outline his three-point plan for saving Christmas. Show More Summary

Bill Cosby Says He Won't Answer To 'Innuendos'

Before Bill Cosby took the stage at a sold-out theater in Melbourne, Florida on Friday night, he broke his silence on the recent sexual assault allegations. While speaking with Florida Today, the 77-year-old comedian addressed the claims and revealed his reason for silence. Show More Summary

Best Tweets: What Women Said On Twitter This Week

With the list of women coming forward with rape allegations against Bill Cosby growing and Uber threatening to investigate the private lives of female journalists, we'd say this was a pretty heavy week for women on Twitter. But levity found its way in to a few moments amid the chaos. Show More Summary

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