Because it’s National Bad Poetry Day today, we thought we’d enlighten you with some of our laughable favorites.
These short bad poems are enough to make you giggle, but probably won’t get you a second date...unless that person shares your equally dreadful sense of humor, of course. In that case, the best of luck to you both! Either way, love (or some other strange thing) was in the air when these were written!
For the first one, lets be real..it is pizza...
Just to tell it like it is:
Sometimes food is bae.
Would you be mad if you got a bouquet of bacon?
If you’re visiting Charlotte, North Carolina anytime soon, we hope you’re thirsty!
Known as the Queen City, Charlotte has a fascinating history and a blooming cultural scene. Not to mention plenty of welcoming places for you to go with friends or your loved one!
We’ve put together a list of our top 5 bars for you to visit in the beautiful city, so check them out the next time you’re close by!
A popular and fun sports bar with free pool, 13 giant TVs for you to catch the latest games on, darts, foosball tables, giant Jenga, AND some of the best martinis in town! How could you go wrong?
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For the first time in the sportswear giant’s history, a transgender athlete is the star of one of their advertising campaigns.
Chris Mosier, the first transgender athlete to earn spot on the U.S. National team, has also become the first trans person to be featured in their own Nike ad.
Of his accomplishments, Mosier said, "Everything that I’ve done in the last five, six years since I started to transition, has been with a 'Just Do It’ mindset.”
This year, the Olympics have included more out LGBT athletes than ever before. Mosier's Nike ad aired on Monday night during the NBC's coverage of the Olympics, and this is beyond a wonderful way for a ...
In a bizarre twist of events, the beloved city of Cleveland, Ohio canceled their annual pride celebration.
And no one knows why.
Radio host Ken Schneck recently wrote an article for the The Huffington Post expressing why now, more than ever, the unexplained absence of pride hurts more than anything else for the LGBT community in Cleveland.
"I have never felt like I needed a Pride parade. Until it was taken away from me today. And now I need it more than anything."
This past Thursday, the renowned Cleveland Pride Inc., organizers of the highly anticipated pride event took to Facebook to announce that the parade, rally, and street festival had been canceled - only 2 weeks before it was all ...