Among the most-read articles of 2016 on McSweeney's Internet Tendency is this list by Susan Harlan, which includes many entries that will be more relevant than ever after January 20th.
• Thanks For Behaving So Predictably Badly Face
• A Smidge of Self-Awareness Would Not Go Amiss Face
• Please Stop Touching My Knee Face
Lots more over on their site. Reminder of the video that started it all for those of us frequently diagnosed with this malady:
• Alternatives to resting bitch face (McSweeney's Internet Tendency)
You need this. So do I.
In this amusing video, a man deliberately attracts the attention of police so that he may ask them the same nosy questions they ask of motorists, etc, in hopes of finding probable cause.
just a reminder that if your fellow self quarantining neighbors are being too loud you might be able to connect to their Bluetooth speaker pic.twitter.com/6zi0ozJoWc — Matt O'Brien (@matt_obrien) March 24, 2020 Love thy neighbor! To a point, anyway. Matt O’Brien suggests that if your neighbors are playing their music too loud for you to […]
If you’re routinely prone to being stressed out, hurried or generally made out-of-sorts by the hectic pace of the world and life changes, then…yikes. We don’t envy what you must be going through these days. Right about now, even the most zen and centered among us are bound to be feeling some level of anxiety […]
So…exactly how many times a day are you singing Happy Birthday to your sink? Unless you’re among the most germaphobic among us, it’s unlikely you ever thought the simple act of handwashing would start to take on such a central role in our daily lives. Of course, with all the touching and such, bar soap […]
Paralysis by analysis. It’s the phenomenon that happens when you’re so stuck on thinking through all the ramifications of your actions that you don’t actually take action in the first place. That can happen with all this free time you’re spending stuck inside your house. With literally every home-bound option available to you, it’s easy […]