Cameron Simcik is a graduate of Bucknell University. She has written for Her Campus and is currently the Philadelphia Travel City Editor for The Daily Meal and a contributing writer for TheFW and GuySpeed.
There's no denying Thanksgiving is a holiday that proves just how awesome Americans are. Think about it-- it's an entire day dedicated to stuffing ourselves with fantastic food, spending time with family and friends and watching football. But what really makes Thanksgiving the ultimate American hol
Veteran's Day is one of the greatest American holiday, because we get to celebrate those who have and are still serving our country. It's one of the greatest sacrifices; these men and women are leaving their loved ones to risk their lives for us. For that, we give them a sincere thank you.
After being hit with tons of political memes and autotuned debates, it seems like we'd been waiting forever for Election Day to arrive. There's only so much hilarity we can take, people! But it's already passed us by, and in the case you're just now emerging from a deep slumber, Obama beat out Romney. Although, word has it Morris the Cat fell short by like, 100 votes. Disappointing.
We've recently realized kids offer us some very valuable insight into life's strangest and toughest questions. For example: What do dinosaurs feel like? Answer: They don't like to be CRUUUUSHED! The guys over at Adult Swim's 'Thing X,' the new website from some former 'Onion' staffers, decided to pick the brain of a typical human child to see what really goes on in these smart cookie minds.
Our pets are good at tons of things, like getting stuck in jars and sneaking into pictures for awesome photobombs. They possess talents a bunch of other animals would envy. But did you know our four-legged friends are really, really good at playing dead?
Ever since news broke that Disney purchased Lucasfilm, AKA the 'Star Wars' franchise, tons of Disney-meets-Star-Wars art has hit the net. It's not only really cool, the art also helps us to picture what it'll be like when the sci-fi franchise is immersed in cartoon land.
We were first introduced to 'Grumpy Cat' a few weeks back, when her hilarious scowl face went viral. Of course this begs the question, "why so grumpy lady kitty?" Maybe "Tard" (the cat's real name) likes being known as the cat with a permanent case of the kitty cat blues. Or maybe she's just ticked her owner keeps sticking a camera in her face. Either way, Tard has gained an impressive fan base.
Hurricane Sandy was the sassiest of storms, to say the least -- the entire East Coast was affected in one way or another. Although the worst of the weather is over, Frankenstorm has still forced millions of people to stay inside and wait for outside damage to be cleared. Cue: major cabin fever.
Happy Halloween all you Halloweeners! Aside from the whole boatloads of candy thing, there are two awesome things we're excited about today: it's socially acceptable to dress up like a disgustingly gruesome zombie in public, and we get to nerd out over jack-o-lanterns. Could it get much better?! Surprisingly, yes.
We've said this before, and we'll say it again-- puppies and kids are a match made in adorable heaven, especially when they're playing together. How do they pull it off? We have no idea, nor are we questioning.
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