8 Things I Want to Teach My Sons About Women

Marie Roker-Jones realizes that there is a lot to teach her sons about women and she hopes she’s doing her best to raise men of character.

Crossing the Line: How I Met My Husband While Starring on an MTV Reality Show

MTV reality star Susie Meister explains why she “crossed the line” at her workplace and married a crew member from Real World Road Rules Challenge: The Ruins.

How to Pretend You’re from Cleveland

Interested in mingling inconspicuously with the natives from the Mistake by the Lake? Bridget Callahan’s got some can’t-miss tips for you.

What Your Sexy Animal Halloween Costume Says About You

Not sure what that girl in the sexy turtle costume is all about? Bitter know-it-all Bridget Callahan has the answers!

More Realistic Roleplaying Scenarios That Will Spice Up Your Sex Life

Tired of all those fantastic, impossible-to-implement roleplaying scenarios? Bridget Callahan has some more realistic ideas for spicing up your sex life.

Astrology for Bitter Single People Who Don’t Believe in Astrology

Is love in the stars for you? Bitter single person Bridget Callahan has the answers!

The Brady Bunch, Moons Over My Hammy, Space Aliens, and the World’s Fattest Woman

This one has it all: the Brady Bunch, Moons Over My Hammy, UFOs, and the world’s fattest woman.

Reasons I Have Rejected Guys Based on Their OkCupid Profiles

In her latest tongue-in-cheek post, Bridget Callahan offers a list of reasons for shooting down potential OkCupid suitors.

Sexual Fantasies I Have About Various Republicans

If Mittens believed in divorce, and got rid of that woman he calls a wife, then he might actually have a shot at winning this election. Which I definitely don’t want him to do, so I guess that makes me a fan of Anne Romney.

On Marriage: The Great Husband Tryouts

The old gals were all married. There were online photos albums attesting to this fact. Some of them even had babies!

On Internet Spam, Among Other Things

Christie Chapman rejoins the Moustache Club with a trio of heartbreaking microfictions about Wienermobiles, Internet spam, and hot college comedy.