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The Nightcap

Nightcap for August 23rd, 2018

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Try to love someone who you want to hate, because they are just like you, somewhere inside, in a way you may never expect, in a way that resounds so deeply within you that you cannot believe it. – Margaret Cho


Extreme Dating

Charles Darwin presented the idea of “Survival of the Fittest” in the mid-1800’s, and this concept has played out in just about every aspect of our lives ever since.

His theory comes to fruition in the workplace, in school, in sports, in politics, and even in interpersonal relationships.

Darwinism really rears its relentless, ugly head when it comes to online dating. It’s the reason we scroll past people’s dating profiles if a person is too short or too out of shape or doesn’t make enough money. And even if two people match online, they have to prove themselves worthy in real-life.

This one New Yorker decided to take “survival of the fittest” to a whole new level when she duped a handful of online men to go out with her. Only, what transpired resembled less of a date and more like a game show.

Watch the video here



Boss Blunders

The Office hasn’t been on-air since 2013, but the perfectly-assembled cast and the characters that they portrayed are still appreciated and relevant, years later.

Michael Scott, played by Steve Carell, was by far one of the most complex characters in the show. Blending cringe-worthy antics, awkward interactions. and a lovable innocence, he was the worst kind of boss.

You know the type – not actually good at their job, always trying to be “cool” but failing miserably, overtly hitting on co-workers way out of their league, telling terrible jokes or antidotes that never really make sense. Bosses like this are hard to deal with, but it’s significantly harder to navigate work-life when these personality-types are obnoxious AND well-meaning.

In this article, people share stories about their own “Michael Scott” type bosses. And, yes, they are about as cringe-worthy as watching Andy Dick do stand-up.


Water Balls

Having trouble getting your 8 cups of water a day? These water balls are not only a fun way to get your daily dose of H2O, they are also good for the environment.

Learn more here



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Written by Mcclain Warren


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