You can do this.
There’s only a 25% chance of us being correct, so let’s see how this goes.
Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? No.
Seven people were shot, six fatally, on Wednesday at a home in Spring, Texas. Police took the suspect into custody shortly before 11 p.m.
Get ready to drop the beat.
Just listen to the cats. Always listen to the cats.
Plus Amy Poehler stole Seth Meyers’s credit card, an easy infographic to make sure you’re running properly, and the final mock draft before the 2014 NFL Draft begins tonight.
Everyone’s BFF deserves some homemade goodies every now and then! Some of these treats can even help keep your pup cool in the hot temps.
All hail the Crock Pot.
Plus 13 things you need to know about the 2014 NFL schedule, skin-care and hair-straightening pro tips, and Billy Eichner destroys art if strangers can answer Tyler Perry trivia.
The smell of thawing poop and dead leaves — still better than winter! By Dinosaur Comics.
April showers bring…. you no joy whatsoever.
‘Tis the season for half marathons.
Instagram’s classy Golden Retriever is winning the “BEING AMAZINGLY ADORABLE” game.
Ben Uyeda from HomeMade Modern shows how easy it is to turn a window or a wall into a beautiful and productive herb garden.
In honor of that awkward transition period between winter and spring.
It’s real, folks.
Can the really nice weather be far behind?
The birds will chirp, the flowers will blossom, and these are the YA books you should be reading in the park.
This is why some dogs can’t have nice things.
Flowers in a spring roll?! How fitting! It’s the first day of spring and it’s time for some flower power.
Plus the top 5 T.V. comedies you might be missing out on, an 8-bit “True Detective” theme song, and The Beibs acts a fool at a deposition.
All that glitters IS gold.
It’s time to dig out your sunglasses. Possibly. These pictures were all taken in the UK in the last seven days. (via gettyimages.co.uk)
This Sunday, groundhogs across the continent will be pulled out of burrows and tree stumps to tell you what the weather might be like. These are their stories.
Go to your room, February.
At least that’s the opinion of one analyst who attended a major retail industry trade show in Las Vegas.
You think you love summer, but you don’t.