The bar gets lower every year, and you still haven't managed to clear it. But this one. This is the year. You can feel it.
Blonde Pinocchio was a blatantly transparent attempt for Geppetto to cash in on the notoriety of his most famous creation.
How many times have we seen the same old Frankenstein’s monster? So get excited, because THIS Monster stabs.
International Wizarding Day of No Technology, a new celebration where Harry Potter fans don't use modern technology while we get a handle on this PR nightmare.
4. Classic from the literary canon that you just happened to casually reread recently. Because, everyone knows, you were an English major.
The toilet was pristine. I placed the back of my hand on the porcelain. Cool to the touch.
There is one sliver of happiness, and it can be discovered only in the pages of children’s books depicting the cross-sections of ships, old and new.
Goosebumps #11: The Currency Exchange For Monsters: Monsters Have Currency Exchanges, I Guess
The monster in the poem “dwelt in the moor-fens, the marsh and the fastness”--and guess what, that’s exactly where my monster dwelt.
Fennel: The least soluble kid in her grade. A boss baby who doesn’t care about boys or cornbread.
Your constant, unprovoked deductive reasoning is making the other guests uncomfortable. There is no mystery, Holmes. Just mimosas.
The person, be it gentleman or lady, who has not pleasure in 3,362 pounds of pure American muscle, must be intolerably stupid.