3 Teen Shows So Hilariously Bad You Won’t Be Able To Stop Watching
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by Molly Burford
50m ago
In the ever-true words of Marie Kondo: “I love mess,” and these three teen shows deliver exactly that. All of these are honestly so beyond bad they actually are kind of addicting, so much so that you won’t be able to stop watching. (Warning: Spoilers ahead!) 1. 7th Heaven 7th Heaven | IMDb 7th Heaven was an American family “drama” about the Camden family. I put drama in quotations because it was actually comedic gold. 7th Heaven intended to portray a close-knit family that overcame obstacles and still remained loyal and loving to one another despite it all. The Camdens were made up of Rev ..read more
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How To Watch Bridgerton Season 1 And 2 Just For Colin And Penelope
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by Trisha Bartle
12h ago
Why watch all of Bridgerton Seasons 1 and 2 when you can just watch Colin and Penelope’s scenes? Whether you’re new to Bridgerton and just care about season 3’s Colin and Penelope (ahem, me), or you’re fan of the show who just wants to brush up on this epic friends-to-lovers story arc, you’ve come to the right place. Why go back and watch 16 full hour-long episodes from seasons 1 and 2 just for bits and pieces of our favorite Polin ship when you can fast forward to all the best scenes? Good news: I’ve compiled all of Colin and Penelope’s best bits from the previous seasons, all with timestam ..read more
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People Who Seem “Kind” But Are Actually Psychopaths Display These 4 Subtle Behaviors
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by Shahida Arabi
17h ago
Full-fledged psychopathy is rare, but some level of psychopathic traits is estimated to be present in 30% of the adult population by researchers. Here are six subtle signs someone may have psychopathic traits that you may mistake as just “kindness,” according to an expert and researcher specializing in narcissism and psychopathy. They are superficially charming and glib, yet you catch them in many lies and contradictory behaviors that contradict their seeming charm. One of the most arresting traits of a psychopathic person is just how charming they are! People who’ve been swindled by psychopat ..read more
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Making It Through The Storm: Overcoming My Battle With Eczema
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by Chloe Krammel
17h ago
Imagine playing whack-a-mole but on your face. Eczema is one fickle illness. Eczema, or atopic dermatitis as my dermatologist called it while handing me a steroid prescription, affects 10% of Americans. It took a slow cascade of events, a perfect storm if you will, until I graduated into that class of 10%. Full honors and straight A’s. It’s honestly pretty embarrassing that my descent to rock bottom begins with me in my pajamas, in a full face of makeup, eating pancakes in my kitchen. But now that I type this out, that absolutely sounds like the beginning of a twenty-something’s downward spira ..read more
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The Psychological Reason You Relate To Each ‘Sex And The City’ Character Is Wild
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by Molly Burford
17h ago
Are you a Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, or Samantha? Hard to say, right? Well, according to Jeff Guenther of the popular TikTok account @TherapyJeff, there’s a reason why you have trouble picking just one SATC character you relate to the most, and the reason is that Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha are based on psychologist Carl Jung’s interpretation of the personality. (For any non-psych nerds in the chat, Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytic psychology. He’s most well known for his work in developing theories related to personality, archetypes, and ..read more
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5 Movies Where The Main Character Was The Villain All Along
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by Sergio Pereira
2d ago
“You either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” Protagonist versus antagonist. Hero versus villain. It’s a tale as old as time, and the basic schematic of every story. Sometimes, though, clever filmmakers try to subvert expectations to make audiences question everything they have seen or believed up to a point. The quickest and most effective way to elicit an OMG reaction is through a game-changing revelation that the protagonist has been the antagonist all along. Sure, it’s the kind of twist that only hits hard on the first watch, but oh, it’s too juicy to ev ..read more
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6 Things Only People Raised By Emotionally Immature Parents Will Understand
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by Shahida Arabi
2d ago
The category “emotionally immature parents” can include a variety of different types of parents. It can include parents who had children at a very young age and were thus wildly unprepared for parenting, parents who dealt with untreated mental health or substance abuse issues, or even parents with narcissistic traits. Here are six traits and behaviors you may resonate with if you were raised by an emotionally immature parent.  You had to “parent” your parents, so your sense of childhood and adulthood are skewed. Childhood, what’s that? You grew up very quickly learning how to manage th ..read more
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Why ‘Shrek 2’ Is Way Better Than The Original
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by Jamie Lerner
3d ago
For many of us, it’s hard to remember a time when Shrek didn’t exist. Some of us weren’t even born yet! It’s now been 20 years since Shrek 2 was released, which means we’ve had two decades of jokes about Dulac, “Far Far Away,” an evil Fairy Godmother, the Donkey-Dragon romance, and of course, our favorite mean green smelly ogre, Shrek. With a star-studded voice cast, Shrek was able to transcend generations and become a lovable film for parents and their children. But now we’re all grown up and having kids of our own who we’re excited to bring into the magical world of Shrek. And as we rewatch ..read more
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‘The Lost Boys’ Fans Have Found A Mandela Effect In This Iconic Scene
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by Trisha Bartle
3d ago
Though The Lost Boys came out over 35 years ago, there’s still a very active fanbase of horror lovers who keep this vampire classic at the tops of their must-watch lists. And rightfully so! Few vampires are as badass as David and the rest of his gang of 80’s glam rock wannabe blood-suckers. Even with all the re-watching fans have been doing for decades, they’ve still found a Mandela Effect in one of The Lost Boys‘ most iconic scenes: When Michael eats Chinese food with David and the gang. Are you remembering this scene all wrong, too? A Mandela Effect is when a large group of people misremembe ..read more
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4 Love Lessons From ‘When Harry Met Sally’ That Still Hold Up Today
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by Molly Burford
4d ago
When Harry Met Sally is a classic for a reason and that’s because it’s perfect but also because it still endures after all this time. Here are four love lessons from When Harry Met Sally that still hold up today. 1. Find someone who can love you through all of your iterations. Throughout the film, both Harry and Sally change. Not only do they grow up, but they grow into themselves and begin to truly take ownership of who they are. The truth of the matter is that people will always change, including the person you fall in love with. The trick is finding someone who can love you through all of y ..read more
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