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Brush Up Before You Hook Up
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Brush Up Before You Hook Up

This post is sponsored by Crest There are worse smells to taste in someone’s mouth, surely. Tuna salad is near the vanguard of that foul parade but the stale residue of all the chocolates you’ve loved before isn’t that much sweeter, not when you’ve got designs on locking lips with […]

Super Bowl Party Prep With Vegetarian Sloppy Joe and Febreze AIR
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Super Bowl Party Prep With Vegetarian Sloppy Joe and Febreze AIR

This Super Bowl party prep story is sponsored by Febreze With me finally making the transition earlier this year, we are now a completely vegetarian household but that doesn’t mean the odors from our food are any less meaty. In fact, thanks to an extra heaping portion of sautéed garlic, […]

Four Seasons In Manhattan
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Four Seasons In Manhattan

WINTER The enthused clattering of a 5pm standing O had floating its way up into the blue sky bowl, the inverted dome from which the chandelier hung, like the death from a refined lady’s slender cigarette dangling from the tips of her black satin gloved fingers. Still, the able bodied […]

It’s The Small Moments That Matter on Valentine’s Day
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It’s The Small Moments That Matter on Valentine’s Day

This story is sponsored by Fracture. Yes, we were in Ireland and Norway and Italy and have retraced our dating steps on South Street in Philadelphia, but it’s the granular details, the moments in miniature from those days spent helplessly falling in love and later, traveling the world together, that […]

Nowhere To Run
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Nowhere To Run

I woke from a dream, startled and out of breath. Beads of sweat were pasted to my forehead. I couldn’t see a damn thing. The room was black and statuesque. Not even the neighboring cicadas were whimpering into the void. Only the patter of stray raindrops broke the silence. Reaching […]

The Crest of a Christmas Gift Wave
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The Crest of a Christmas Gift Wave

This story is sponsored by Crest In years past I’ve given him NFL football player’s jerseys. Well, jersey t-shirts because I’m not made of solid gold, ya know? There were also Star Wars and Lord of the Rings LEGO sets and Xbox One shoot ‘em up games (that I remain […]

The Jazz Player’s Drum Beat
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The Jazz Player’s Drum Beat

I feel shitty about it still. It was the opening night in New Orleans and for weeks there was giddy talk of a return to Preservation Hall. Me and the fellas. It was going to be epic. Only, by 8:30pm, as the party wound down, I had already retreated to […]

The Original Rad Dad In Amazon Appstore’s Rad Parents Club
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The Original Rad Dad In Amazon Appstore’s Rad Parents Club

*This post is sponsored by Amazon and their new Amazon Appstore Rad Parents Club You love your Amazon Fire device, I know you do, and I can’t blame you one bit. They are so slim, so sleek, so simple to use, and it is soooo easy to access the Amazon […]

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