The worst part about traveling to me is the process (followed in close second by packing). Getting through the airport is a simple form of hell. Having to stand barefoot in security is bad enough, but the mere thought of my skin touching the seat freaks me out (FYI- I have the same problem with movie theaters). The short answer to this problem would be to layer on as much protective layers as possible, but in case you missed the memo, it’s hot out. So what does one wear when it’s 95 degrees and about 1000% humidity? Here’s a hint: It’s absolutely NOT a Juicy tracksuit.
It’s no secret that I love checking the crazy things people Google to find WhyDid. Sometimes they are just simple things like “what to wear to Soho House” or “what to wear to the airport.” Other times, the topics are a bit more obscure like “hardest nipples in Hollywood” and I have to stop to ask, “You touch your mother with those fingers?” This week was no different. As per usual, cameltoe tops the list and you guys really, really love Katy Perry. Well, I’m here to do what I do best and that is give the people what they want!! Here’s ten of this week’s more Googled topics:
Can I wear black to a garden wedding. I mean, you can. But do you really want to be that morbid girl wearing black at such a joyous event? Try these for guidelines instead.
Just as time marches on, so do the lists. You didn’t think that 2012 would be any less annoying than years past, did you? With the onslaught of new reality TV, celebutards, and fashion delinquents, the best is yet to come. Bring it on 2012!
Bubble Lounge. This may very well be one of the worst places in New York City.
Rainboots in the airport. Call me an optimist, but I think you, me and Terminal B are in the clear as far as rain showers are concerned.
Magazine covers that are so photoshopped I have to actually read the headlines to figure out who the covergirl is.
People who post photos of other people who could look like them (with enough photo filters and if I squint my eyes) and pretend it’s them. That’s just weird.
Can we stop speaking like valley girls and using abbreviations for everything? OMG, that’s AMAZE, obvs!
There are so many problems with this video (and yes, it’s for real). First of which: muffins and cupcakes are not the same thing. (Thanks, Cat).
ESPN commentators apparently need some geography lessons… not to mention some practice in current events seeing as they don’t know where West Virginia is, nor do they know who Michelle Obama is. As a matter of fact, all on air media personalities should probably do their homework before speaking. Don’t just talk for the sake of talking.