Cheating On Your Spouse Is Easy

With the internet, cheating on your loved one (more like roommate, if your cheating) is as simple as a few clicks. You hear all the time about people visiting sites like Myspace and Facebook. I’ve even seen quite a few episodes of Divorce Court mentioning Myspace as the reason the couple is considering divorce at all.

The Ashley Madison Agency is taking this to a whole new level. This is a website designed for the sole purpose of cheating. Their motto is “Life is Short. Have an Affair.” Wow, now this site is unbelievable. They call themselves the world’s premier discreet dating service and when I took a look at the home page, there were a total of 12,396 members online and 3,075,000 registered members. Thats a whole lot of cheating. Oh, I and I heard they have an ad spot airing during the Super Bowl. I’m interested in watching the registered users numbers rise.

I guess if you’re looking for a little “side action”, you can find a like minded person who’s looking for the same thing, but I think you should probably just get a divorce.

Mustaches of Historical Importance

Yosemite Sam

If you know anyone with a mustache or have one yourself, you know just how important they are to that person. What does your friend look like when they shave it off? Freakin’ weird huh? My girlfriend won’t let me shave mine off, but I don’t ever really want to anyway, because I wanna feel important just like all the guys listed in this Spike article, History’s 10 Most Important Mustaches.

Maybe my mustache will make me famous one day, who knows. So if you’re looking for a mustache to model your own after, check out the article. I definitely recommend Rollie Fingers if you’re in for the long haul, or Zorro’s if you’re looking for some quick reactions.

Fun winter crafts

Christmas is over, but that doesn’t mean the winter fun has to be over too…

To keep the cozy holiday season up until the very melt of the snow, here are a few projects that you can do as family. The snowglobes are my favorite- I have a bunch of handmade globes I made in my elementary school days. Good times. Good times.

“Hello- Santa?”

Remember all the hoopla surrounding Santa Clause when you were just wee high? All the excitement knowing that Santa was coming down your chimney to place your favorite, most asked for gift under the tree… Ahh, those were the good times, huh?

Thanks to the Tel Santa Service, your child can experience that on a whole new level. Your little one can call Santa and leave a message on his voicemail telling him exactly what they want. Then the service will email you (the parent) with the recording of their message so you know exactly what to get them for Christmas.

Brighten any child’s day…

Happy holidays!

And here you can find not one, not two, but three messages left from Alex’s little sister to Santa…

Laura asks Santa1

Laura asks Santa2

Laura asks Santa3

You’re More Artsier Than Me

I just came across this really cool artistic blog called WordTwo and had to share it. The site is in another language, but you can still check it out and understand it. Everything I’ve seen on the site is videos pulled from Vimeo, but it’s some really fun stuff to watch. Here’s an example of the type of videos you can expect to find there.


The Garden from Peter Bunzl on Vimeo.