+Now this is a really cool visual trick. Stare at the red dot for 30 seconds and then look at a white wall. BAM!
+Urban Outfitters get nasty! I think these underwear are gross-looking, but of course I want a pair for myself anyway. (PS, why are underwear a “pair?” And pants? Is it because of the two leg holes?)
+If you were wanting to know about multi-color glitter nail polish, then you’ve come to the right place. Valentine Kisses does the best nail polish comparison I’ve ever seen in the history of nail polish comparisons.
+I will only ever get married if the guy is open to hanging this in our house. I’m thinking bathroom, maybe kitchen.
+If I ever get married, I think I’ll do it how Susannah Breslin did it–at age 43, in Las Vegas, a week after meeting the guy. (This article is GREAT, by the way.)
+A museum in Elgin, Illinois–my hometown–is going to have an exhibit on tattoos. How progressive! I actually have a City of Elgin tattoo and feel like I should stop by as a guest.
+For a nice reminder that you can lead nearly any sort of life you can imagine, read This is what’s possible.
+Ryan Holiday sounds interesting. I learned of him because he is writing a book about Tucker Max and Dov Charney (CEO of American Apparel) after being assistant to both of them. His blog is very reflective and he reads voraciously. Great name, too. Probably not his birth name, right?
+Speaking of Tucky Maxxxy and self-reflectiveness, this Forbes article by Michael Ellsberg was very enjoyable to read. Tucker is looking for a wife, only drinks a few days a month now, and spends quite a bit of time in therapy. I know I don’t know him, but I am happy to watch him mature.
+Ugh. Another “Can women be funny?” article, this time regarding Letterman. I almost don’t know why I’m linking it, other than out of annoyance. It’s real. I guess that’s why I’m linking. It is really real and actually true that many men just believe the blanket statement that females aren’t funny across the board. I have no urge to argue the point or pull out evidence on the contrary. All I know is that I have no interest in being close with those kind of men, and if those of them in high-profile comedy-related positions like this guy are called out publicly and made to feel some sort of emotional pain as a result, I don’t feel bad for them.
Maybe I should write a whole post about this. I think I will.
+Interesting post by Joanna Goddard: Do you ever worry about your partner dying? When I have a partner, I do. I’d imagine that inclination would become more tempting with kids in the picture.
+A lady married the Eiffel Tower and everyone knows about it except for me. Apparently being sexually attracted to an inanimate object is called objectum sexuality. Here’s an academic article on the topic.
Most of the OS people surveyed expressed a great depth of emotion and a great deal of commitment to their relationships and many feel that their feelings are somehow acknowledged and even reciprocated by the object lovers.
+And here’s a guy turned on buy balloons and popping them.