Characters in children's entertainment are constantly finding themselves at the center of absurd controversies manufactured by misguided people who apparently exist solely to tear the joy out of everything they see.
Recent research reveals that you can improve your grades the study-less way by simply doing these things.
There is apparently no shortage of things I don't feel cool enough to own that have nothing to do with items you'd find in a Raymond Chandler detective novel.
Statistically, most people would rather get stabbed in the eye with a steak knife than talk to a car salesman.
Monkeys wearing bow ties are always welcome, but as soon as they're hunting with spears and cooking hamburgers, we start worrying about how difficult it will be to learn their language once they take over the world.
I's about time we retired these lame jokes and shipped them off to a hospice so they can die in peace after years of overuse. Their time is done.
Little Archie was a psycho.
We talked to four people living with Tourette's syndrome and discovered that, aside from their unfortunate condition, they're as normal and human as the rest of us, and sometimes, just sometimes, maybe a little bit more butterscotch dinosaur snatch.
Having a medically restricted diet is not all that bad. It's much better than having Fingers Falling Off Syndrome, or some sort of condition that makes all dogs hate you. But there's some things a lot of people don't get.
Much like your significant other, sometimes there is just no predicting what will set off a monumental disaster.
Understanding all the connotations a word has and picking the one that best suits your purposes is one of the most critical skills you can have when writing or public speaking.
As America starts looking more secular and less like Pat Robertson's 1950s-era dream board, I suspect a few of the sillier elements of Christian culture are going to disappear forever.
I've worked as a veterinary tech for seven years, and I've seen people make all kinds of stupid decisions with regard to their furry friends.