Small College Kitchen has posted a vegetarian’s guide to Washington DC. As a vegetarian from Washington DC, I found this useful. As Google Analytics tells me that many of you also hail from DC, and I have this naive feeling that college-aged people are the right combination of ethical and crazy to become vegetarians, I suspect this may also be of use to you. Also, I love Baked and Wired a lot, so there’s that.
This blog post about reproductive-themed Etsy products had me inappropriately giggling in the library. I want a condom pillow so bad now.
Eat pancakes all day, err’day. These are kind of healthy, I guess. I’ve put them on my list of things to make when I have a kitchen, whenever that might be.
Can I ask you a question? Why are you not drunk right now?
Read on at Jezebel. (But actually, women pretty much get drunk the same way everyone does. That is, dripping vodka into our eyeballs with an eyedropper. Obviously.)
The Tangential (another blog which you should be reading on the regular, by the way) has a fantastic analysis of what your Starbucks neighbor’s body language means about your relationship. I actually wonder about this all the time. I used to sit in Caribou Coffee (where I assume the same principles apply) and wonder what it was about my sitting hunched over my iphone playing Bejeweled that made me so attractive to homeless people. Because, really.
Ke$ha is completely insane.