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Essay photo courtesy Pexels.This article originally appeared on VICE Canada.Anthony* is a graduate of a top-tier American university, a former adjunct at several American schools, and currently works at a college application consulting company based in Seoul. He holds two degrees, and his own SAT score was near-perfect. On a typical day, Anthony (whose name…
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Photo-Illustration: by Stevie Remsberg; Photos: Courtesy of the Retailers Pink is the basic black of beauty, appearing in blush, lipstick, eye shadow, and even eyeliner. Pink never goes out of style, but lately it’s been more popular than ever. The NPD Group reported that shades of pink lipstick have outsold red. When Kim Kardashian West…
Just before turning 20 last summer, self-described weirdo Juan Estela decided to investigate his past. He’s typically open about his strange personality, but the landmark birthday motivated him to determine how exactly he got that way. So he turned to his Tumblr blog, where from seventh through 11th grades he bookmarked funny six-second videos from…
No Comments » I just did a post about celebrity kids, but the real value is in athlete kids…. The reason is that celebs have these egos, I know athletes do too, but actors think of themselves as artists, with culture, who are paid fairly and not overpaid for their nonsense.. While athletes are ghetto,…
You may not have noticed this but we have become accustomed to a culture where every minute or so, someone pops out of nowhere and becomes a hit, a sensation. And although they become successful in their stint, most, if not all, don’t really last long.For those who do, their lives certainly become a compass…
Decorated in shades of jade, with bamboo rattan lamps, a restaurant called Lucky Lee’s opened this week just outside of Manhattan’s ritzy Gramercy neighborhood. The fast-casual eatery, which serves “feel-great food inspired by American-Chinese Cuisine,” per its Instagram, was launched by Arielle Haspel, a New York-based health coach and wellness blogger.A now-deleted Instagram post touted…
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Lucky Lee’s. Photo: luckyleesnyc/Instagram A new restaurant called Lucky Lee’s is at the center of an online firestorm. Owner Arielle Haspel, a nutritionist, is marketing the restaurant as a, uh, healthy alternative to other Chinese restaurants. The controversy is rooted in what’s seen as insensitive and racist language used in promoting the restaurant. The branding…
Source: StockSnap/Charlotte L. Jones To begin, a confession. My interest in writing for Psychology Today; to be considered a writer who merits wider attention; to be worthy of your time and focus and respect – all of those things are, at least in part, the acts of an Unhappy Achiever. Of course your time and…
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