Articles by Jason Epstein
Whether you’re getting bored of the same old, same old or just want to expand your discerning junk food palette, secret menu items from fast food joints could be your road to salvation.
I once had a housemate who was on a work exchange program from Spain. He told me about this television show that was incredibly popular over there called Friends. Perhaps you’ve heard of it?
While other decades have their fair share of awesomeness, there was something about the spirit of the 80′s that can’t quite be explained, but that everyone who lived it knows all about. What was your favorite thing about the 80′s?
A woman loves when a man can provide for her. That’s a fact. And one of the most common things she’ll be surprised and pleased by is finding a man that can provide her dinner by making it instead of just ordering or paying for it.
Triple-A titles like Assassin’s Creed, Mass Effect and Call of Duty are well known around the globe. But some alternative games that have been made on a smaller scale with a smaller budget offer truly memorable game playing experiences, too.
Modern technology provides so many of life’s joys. After all, where would we be without Netflix on movie night or our GPS when taking a road trip? Still, there are some things about technology that just plain suck.
You don’t have to be a muscle-bound meathead from the 80s to be an action star anymore (though it doesn’t hurt) and you certainly don’t have to be young anymore.
As kids, we learned tons of important lessons that became the building blocks for the rest of our education. Most subjects were taught by our every day teachers, but there were also some cool things that got us out of our regular classes.
St. Patrick’s Day, the church festival holiday that originally was associated with the color blue (for serious) and created for a proponent of Irish Christianity spawns many celebrations around the world each year.
In a world of math tests, bullies and having to finish our broccoli, fads provided a fun way to forget about all the B.S. of being a kid. What was your favorite fad from childhood?
First dates are a delicate thing; your conversation topics, what moves are or are not made and the general vibe of your chemistry are all important. But where you are and what you do is important too.