As someone with a heavy interest in traveling, I spend a lot of time examining other cultures and subliminally plotting future travel locations, which has led me to find some truly incredible places that aren’t cliché tourist traps. That being said, in a cruel twist of irony, I also happen to have severe anxiety. I mean, usually two or three glasses of wine is enough to curb it to brace me for social interaction, but some places I’ve seen are enough in pictures alone to make me feel like I need a Xanax or 12. With that in mind, here are six supposed “dream” destinations that are actually my tribulation.
At some point, most of us have partaken in the frothy bit of delectation known as beer. Beer is not only the oldest fermented beverage in the world, but remains the most popular, and the third-most popular drink overall, behind only water and tea. Given its prevalence, the history of beer is usually disregarded in lieu of getting hammered, but beer is much more than just the frat bro drink of choice. In fact, we owe civilization as we know it to beer.
In 2000, something that forever changed the very core of my being happened: VH1 released a made-for-TV holiday film called “A Diva’s Christmas Carol”. It’s a modern-day take on Charles Dickens’ classic, “A Christmas Carol”, only instead of it centering around some grumpy old man named Ebenezer Scrooge, it saw Vanessa Williams as the protagonist in the role of Ebony Scrooge, a termagant diva with an antipathy for all things Christmas. You may be under the impression that “It’s a Wonderful Life” is the greatest Christmas film ever made or maybe “A Christmas Story”. I’m here to tell you that you were wrong. “A Diva’s Christmas Carol” trumps ALL other holiday movies and here’s why.
In case you’re the most boring person ever and missed it, Britney Spears debuted the flawless video for her current single, “Perfume”, yesterday.
Wanna fuck me? Be sure to play one of these songs beforehand (plus feed me a cocktail or twelve).
Eventually they just gave up any hope of keeping me on the straight and narrow.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, part of Britney’s new single leaked. And it is as spectacular as you’d have hoped.
Let’s be honest: we all hate them.
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