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Photo of the day: Time To Buy Cut-Rite

I was baking at my parents’ apartment recently and pulled out their wax paper to line a cookie sheet. When I tore some off, I noticed a message pierced into the paper that read “TIME TO BUY CUT-RITE.” They use a different brand than I do so I had never seen this before. The paper [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Private Parts in Public

This big guy stands in the lobby of the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle. As I walked around it the other day, I noticed something curious about his ding-a-ling — it’s a different color than the rest of his body. Which means that more than a few people have been rubbing it as they [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: Insert hands to dry

When I’m in a strange, public place, the last thing I want to do is insert my hands anywhere. I went to the public restroom at the Time Warner Center in Columbus Circle and finally got to use the Dyson Airblade hand dryer! Lots of people had mentioned it before, but this was my first [Keep Reading…]

Photo of the day: No Yes No No

That’s her response to the question, “Can I take you home?” Found in the ladies’ room at Clery’s Bar in Boston, where the An Event Apart after party was held.

Photo of the day: Be aware of glass door!!!

When Orian was apartment hunting last month, he saw this sign in a vestibule and snapped a pic. A couple things amused him: 1) the three exclamation points, and 2) that the person wrote “be aware” instead of “beware” (something I might not have picked up on). I have a hard time believing the sign [Keep Reading…]

In case of fire: Do Not Use Twitter

Last week this photo was posted to BuzzFeed and made the rounds on Twitter. It’s originally from johnpiercy on Flickr. I think it looks doctored, but John isn’t sure. It’s just too hilarious to be real! What do you think? P.S. If I was caught in or near a fire, I definitely WOULD use Twitter. [Keep Reading…]

@whitneyhess on Acela Express

When Jeffrey Zeldman uploads your photo to Flickr, you blog it. @whitneyhess on Acela Express Originally uploaded by Jeffrey Zeldman